In this week’s Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express

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This week we lead on a spate of vandalism and antisocial behaviour at Havercroft and Ryhill Community Centre.

Also in news:

- Councillors hopes of moving the town’s market into the town centre have moved a step nearer.

- Wakefield Council is improving roads, parks and buildings as part of a £1.2m investment programme in the South East.

- Work to demolish the former Minsthorpe Swimming Pool as part of a plan to regenerate the south east will get underway next month.

- A South Kirkby care home has made “significant” improvements after health inspectors gave it the worse possible rating a year ago.

In sport:

- Frickley Athletic climbed back up the Evo-Stik Premier League table when they were back to winning ways at Mickleover Sports on Tuesday.

- A late winner by Nash Connolly gave Hemsworth MW revenge for a cup defeat by AFC Emley earlier this season when the two teams met again in Division One of the Toolstation NCE League at the MDC Stadium last Saturday.

- Upton ARL put in a strong defensive performance to deny Hull Isberg any points in their first round Yorkshire Cup encounter on Saturday.