In today’s Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express

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In today’s Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express our top story is how your household rubbish will help create jobs, generate electricity and boost recycling at a £750m waste plant in South Kirkby.

Also in news:

- Caring grandma Doreen Butterfield is urging the community to help save a charity that supported her granddaughter when her mum died.

- Councillors have deferred controversial plans for a showmen’s site on green belt land in Fitzwilliam.

- In sport:

- Frickley Athletic are up against one of the top sides in the Evo-Stik Premier League this Saturday when they visit Ashton United.

- Promotion-chasers Hemsworth Miners Welfare were held to a goalless draw by Bottesford Town in Toolstation NCE League Division One for the second time this season.

- Upton ARLFC’s young team battled hard in a defeat against Fryston Warriors who avenged the previous week’s loss in the Pennine League’s President’s Cup.

- A full round up of all the latest junior sports reports, plus pool and darts news.