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The 62nd Macau Grand Prix has come to an exciting end with British drivers Alexander Sims and Sam McLeod claiming the third and fourth positions, respectively. A total of 24 drivers, including a third Briton, competed in the world-class event last weekend, which represents the climax of the Formula 3 calendar.

Britain’s Got Talent favourites Flawless are ready to light up British Basketball’s major Finals in 2016. In a series of special one-off performances, Flawless will firstly headline the entertainment for fans at the BBL Cup and WBBL Trophy Finals on Sunday 17 January at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham.

Council staff are broadening their horizons and helping the local community as part of the Employee Volunteering Scheme. A scheme run by the City of Wolverhampton Council allows employees to take up to two days of paid volunteering leave providing it fits in with business requirements, is of benefit to not for profit organisations, and is within Wolverhampton.

The rugby world is in mourning following the tragic death of All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu. The former New Zealand winger, the star of the 1995 World Cup, was 40.The All Blacks team doctor said it was an unexpected death, according to a report from New Zealand television station 3News. But it has also emerged that Lomu was on the waiting list for a second kidney transplant after his first, in 2004, failed in 2011.

Warwickshire County Cricket Club have announced the appointment of Neil Snowball as Chief Executive. He will commence the role in January 2016, replacing current Chief Executive Colin Povey who is retiring from the position next month. Neil is currently Chief Operating Officer of England Rugby 2015 Ltd, the Organising Committee for Rugby World Cup 2015.

The race continues to reach the prestigious 2016 BBL Cup Final at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham on Sunday January 17 as the last remaining teams all continue to dream of stepping out in front of another huge crowd at the venue. One of the most eagerly anticipated dates in the British Basketball calendar, this season's first piece of silverware will be handed out to one of five clubs still left standing.

Amongst a star-studded room of internationally renowned high-achievers,at the Sunday Times & Sky Sports Sportswomen of the Year, in association with Vitality, one of the outstanding winners, on a night of outstanding winners, football coach Annie Zaidi, stood out receiving the Helen Rollason Award for Inspiration award as the first South Asian and Muslim woman to acquire a Level 2 coaching badge from the Football Association.

Birmingham-based mechanical building services provider J S Wright is packing an even bigger punch after teaming up with a budding world boxing champion. The award-winning contractor, which has its headquarters in Aston and offices in Bristol and London, has marked its 125th anniversary this year by becoming the official sponsor of rising local star Tommy Langford.

Proposed plans for the new Erdington Leisure Centre have been shared as part of a public consultation process. The £6.5 million investment will include a six-lane 25m swimming pool, learner pool, workout studio for classes, gym, sauna and steam facilities, changing facilities plus a community room. The new building will be located on Orphanage Road in Erdington and work will start in spring 2016.

An all-star line-up of footballing legends has been announced to play at the David Beckham Match for Children in aid of UNICEF at Old Trafford. Some of the biggest names in football will come together for the one-off match on Saturday 14 November 2015 to raise awareness and funds for UNICEF‘s work for the world’s most vulnerable children.

A rowing club for 80-year-olds, a sailing project based in a canal in central London and a boxing club that has cut village crime are just a few of the 91 local schemes that are looking forward to making the most of a £6,039,499 million National Lottery funding boost. Projects from every region in the country are eagerly anticipating their share of the Sport England funding, which will go towards building up and maintaining sports clubs and groups that are helping people to stay active.