In this week’s Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express

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This week we lead on a community has spoken of its shock after four friends were killed in a tragic quad bike crash while celebrating the youngest victim’s 16th birthday.

In news:

- A devoted auntie will take part in a gruelling eight-hour Thai boxing marathon to raise money for her nephew who has cerebral palsy.

- Police have vowed to clamp down on ‘intimidating’ antisocial behaviour in South Elmsall town centre.

- Hate crime “will not be tolerated”, a leading West Yorkshire campaigner has said.

- And a market trader braved a bath of custard on her way to raising money for her nephew who has cystic fibrosis.

In sport:

- Frickley Athletic were knocked out of the Emirates FA Cup at Chorley.

- Three members of Elmsall Road Club tackled the A19 at Crathorne, Teeside, and took an amazing 7:07 minutes from the old team record for the 25 miles.

- And a mixed martial artist has opened a new gym in Hemsworth.