May Wall of Fame Winners
Team performance of the month
Playing three games in five days Collingham under eighteens won a hard fought Steve Etcall Memorial Cup Final two-nil against Sleaford to make it four trophies of of four. After a week’s rest they win an unprecedented fifth trophy.
Newark Flowserve win the East Midlands League Cup In a penalty shoot out against Clifton, the two sides had failed to find the net in 120 minutes.
Newark Rugby Club run in four tries to beat Nottingham Casuals and win the NLD Shield.
Newark Flowserve Reserves win the Notts Senior League Division Two Championship.
Individual performance of the month
Amy Hunt runs 11.38 seconds, a PB for the 100m to become number 2 on the UK age 16 all time list and promptly followed that up with 11.31 at the European under 20 championships making her the eight fastest junior in the world and the number one European.
Oliva Mathias wins the European Sprint Triathlon held in Poland.
Lauren Owens wins double gold in the 100m hurdles and Pole Vault at the Lincolnshire County Championships. Gold too for Ethan Lincoln in the U13 hurdles and Craig Rodwell in the hammer.
Three more gold medals at the Notts event; Amelia Crispin in the1500m new PB (4m49). Luke Sayer Triple jump with a new PB of 11.25m and Zoe Smith in 70m hurdles in 12.41,
James Brincat-Smith wins a bronze medal at the World Power Lifting Championships in Japan.
Sam Hardy retained his national school’s title while the ever improving Chloe Davies finished runner up in her age group.
Lynn Combes was part of the Midlands O45s hockey team that where crowned Regional Champions 2019
Newark Golf Clubs Paul Bagshaw kept his cool to win the Notts Open in a play off!
Moment of the month
Bradley Wells gives Flowserve’s young mascot his league cup winners medal.
Becky Gallop finishes 27th at the Orston Spring Dash, she is thirty weeks pregnant.
Jess Weaver presents out going head coach Nark Dobb with her England shirt, in turn Mark presents it to Newark Rugby Club.
Overseas star of the month
Finlay Gould winning the Whitley Bay Rockcliff player of the year for the under twelves.
Abbey Hammond, the ex Newark Rugby Club star now living in Australia has been selected to play for the W A state team under 18's and will be flying out to Sydney in July for the tournament.
Star(s) of the Month