'˜We want to hear the news important to you... today!'

We here at the Worksop Guardian pride ourselves on bringing our readers the best in sports news from across the area.

Wednesday, 18th July 2018, 9:02 am
Updated Wednesday, 18th July 2018, 9:07 am
Lee Westwood Junior Golf Championship 2017, Trish Westwood pictured with from left Lewis Harrison and Josh Gill

The Guardian has had a close relationship championing its teams, individuals and those people playing a supporting role behind the scenes and we want that to continue - with your help.

No sport is too big or too small and each one as significant as the last as we want to pack these sports pages with the news and views important to you and of interest to our community.

It is no exaggeration to say the area is brimming with sporting talent from rising table tennis star Sam Walker to one of the world’s leading golfers in Lee Westwood and everyone and club in between.

Lindrick Golf Club, A57, Worksop. Lee Westwood Golf Academy.

So, whether you’ve had an incredible trophy-laden year, defied the odds, seen signs of progression or simply had a season to savour with your team-mates - we want to hear your story.

So why not get in contact with the Guardian’s sports team today via email at [email protected] with a brief summary of the news you want to share with us.

Also, please remember to include a telephone number so we can get in contact with you if we need to follow the story up further to get the full picture of your achievement.

We’ll consider each story on its merit and publish the best in print and online to give you - Worksop’s sports stars - the recognition and publicity you deserve.

Worksop Ladies Hockey Club firsts
Worksop Wanderers v Croat Crusaders. England's no. 3, Sam Walker in action at the Redlands Table Tennis Centre in Worksop on Saturday.