July Hall of Fame Winners
Chad Sugden’s impressive victory over UK Number nine ranked Scott Blackledge at a packed Harvey Hadden arena has propelled two slick into the top ten himself.
Finley Bass is up to a UK high ranking of 10with three months still left of the season.
Amelia Chrispin finishes first at the York Junior Triathlon.
Her win not only means that she has won the girls Yorkshire Junior Triathlon Series, but has qualified to take on the best in the UK at the National IRC's at the beginning of September.
Another trophy for Ed Howlett as he adds the regional Winton Trophy to the RAF Spitfire Cup.
European Championship Number three for James Brincat Smith and a medal to bring home Silver in Squat with a nice 355kg.
It looks like the Newark Rugby Club girls are after world domination, first off Abby Hammond stars for Western Australia now its Jasmine Brankin representing UK at the world rowing championships in the Ukraine.
Balderton cyclist Isabel Darvill has broken into the top ten at the elite nationals, finishing ninth at the Barnsley national criterium race on Friday
Newark Hockey Club’s Hannah Laughton has been selected to play at the England Hockey Futures Cup. The four-day training camp is organised by England Hockey as part its player pathway and the 16-year-old.
Newark Rowing Club girls coxed fours finished a magnificent fourth at the British Junior Championships, the highest ever placement for a Newark team. Congratulations to Lily Crane, Anna Shaw, Maisie Archer-Dytch, Milly Tunnicliff and cox Milly Lyons.
Amy Hunt won gold at the European under twenty athletics championships in Sweden, her time for the 200 metre 22.94 just outside a championship best. Twenty Four hours later she made it double gold by running an excellent second leg of the 4 x 100 metre relay team.