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 a teenage driver who mounted a kerb and killed a carer has been jailed for 30 months.

Also in news:

- Discount retailer Aldi has revealed plans to build a new store on the former South Elmsall fire station site.

- Former miners are invited to a day-long festival to commemorate 30 years since the end of the year-long strike of 1984-5.

In sport:

- Frickley Athletic missed a chance to pull further clear of the Evo-Stik Premier League relegation zone when their five-match unbeaten run ended with a home defeat against Barwell.

- Hemsworth Miners Welfare moved to within a point of the Toolstation NCE Division One leaders by stretching their unbeaten run to 16 matches.

- Upton ARLFC defied atrocious conditions to pull off an impressive win at Sharlston Rovers in the Pennine League’s Premier Division.

- Action photographs and a full report from Hemsworth RUFC’s battling display at high-riding Castleford.

- A full round up of junior soccer news.