1st, Mark Dobb wins the Volenteer Coach of the year award while the under Fifteens win the Junior Team of the year at the Nottinghamshire Sports Awards Ceremony.
Tim Burch is enrolled on the wall of honour and Jacob Hage is a finalist in the junior disabled category in a fantastic night for Newark Sport.
Back to the rugby girls, Jess Weaver and Maddie Crofts are selected for the England Midlands under 18 team while 7 for 17 star Jess Brown gets selected for the under 15's.
4th, Gold medals for Ben & Anna Smith in the Nottinghamshire Schools Cross Country finals, Amelia Chrispin gets a bronze in her age group. Over at the Lincolnshire event Amber Owens wins a silver.
In another memorable day for Newark AC runners Linton Taylor comes home tenth in the British Universities Cross Country.
4th, Jess Reed collects her second and third gold medals at the Nottinghamshire ASA, this time in the 50 & 200 metre freestyle. Newark Swimming Club members achieved 26 club records and six youngsters qualified for the Midland Championships.
4th, Ed Howlett wins a bronze medal in the GB U23 Championships, while James Rutherford finishes in 13th place.
5th, Newark Town Sunday reach the final of the Notts Junior Cup with a 3-0 victory over Major Oak.
5th, Finlay Cranidge finishes 2nd overall in the latest round of the Nottingham Outlaws BMX series.
8th, Ed Howlett is one of the three men's foilists selected for the Cadet World Championships to be held in Plovdiv (same place as the European Championships) in the first week of April.
11th, Newark Hockey men win 6-1 against Buxton to move within one victory of promotion.
12th, 7 for 17 star Jess Brown scores a hat trick as Newark under 15's beat Lutterworth 22-0 to reach the national semi finals for the third consecutive season.
12th, heartbreak for Newark Hockey Clubs over 40's as they lose a penalty shoot out 6-5 to Norwich City in the quarter final of the all England Cup. The match finished 2-2 in normal time.
12th, Ed Howlett had to be satisfied with a bronze medal and a medal for best U18 fencer at the Liverpool Open.
12th, Daniel Chambers stars for the County Basketball team on their trip to Dublin.
18th, Newark Hockey Clubs ace goal scorer Laura Donaldson suffered a neck injury which caused the match at Ashfield to be abandoned, she was the subject of a tackle & landed on her face, which jarred her neck. She eventually went by ambulance to KMH.
18th, Southwell Rugby Club do the double over great rivals Newark with a 27-15 win at Park Lane.
18th, All in a weekend for Jaguars Wheelchair Basketball Club, Carlisle away on Saturday for Jags 1 and Lancaster away on Sunday for Jags 2. Two defeats but brilliant commitment.
19th Notfast Ladies veterans finish an excellent 4th at the end of the East Midliands Cross Country League season.
21st, Newark Town produce their best performance of the season at Clay Cross Town to reach the semifinal of the Floodlit Cup, the 2-1 victory comes three days after they suffered a 6-0 defeat at the same venue.
22nd, Newark Flowserve reach the semi-final of the Notts Senior League Cup, Tom Potts scores twice in their win at Ravenshead.
25th, Newark Hockey men beat Mansfield 5-1 to seal promotion, win their last two matches and they are champions.
25th, a last minute Katie Sandell goal salvages a vital point for the hockey ladies in their top of the table clash with Nottm University.
25th, A fantastic day at the English indoor championships for 6 for 16 star Amy Hunt winning the gold medal in a new championship best time of 7:43 which qualifies for England selection at the U18 international in Cardiff next week.
25th, Some great running from the twenty one Newark Athletic Club members that took part in a very muddy and testing National Cross Country Championship at Wollaton Park. A proper cross country course with hills mud and water. First home for Newark was Amber Owens who finished 29th in the girls under 17 race.
25th, Adam Holland wins the Inaugural Winter Track Marathon at Warrington in a time of 2.45.00
26th, Newark Rugby Clubs fly half Matt Law plays for the Midlands under 18's against the North scoring two conversions.
26th, Isabel Darvill finishes second in her first outing of the season at Dalton Barracks Oxfordshire.