Here's a selection of some of the best sporting pictures this year from across the Horsham district

It's been another memorable year for sport in the Horsham district and we have searched our archives for some of the best pictures that have captured it.

Wednesday, 19th December 2018, 2:54 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 10:57 am
Horsham v Roffet

See if you or anyone you know has made it into our collection that show either big stories, memorable moments or amazing accomplishments from teams, individuals or clubs in our patch.

Sussex's Rob Cross got the year off to a fairy tale start by winning the 2018 William Hill World Darts Championship. The St Leonards thrower, who used to play for Roffey in the Sussex Super League, saw off 16-time world champion Phil Taylor by seven sets to two on New Year's Day.
It wasn't such a good New Year's Day for the Horsham goalkeeper Brannon Daly, who was stretched off in the Hornets' memorable 2-1 win over Bostik League South Division leaders Lewes. Charlie Harris scored and then took over in between the sticks for Daly, who went on to miss the rest of the season with the knee injury.
Concerns were first raised over the delays of Broadbridge Heath Football Club's new ground. The groundworks started late back in January and an estimated completion date was then given of August 4, 16 months after the project was approved. More were yet to come.....
Horsham Hockey Club's ladies secured a return to the pinnacle of hockey by winning promotion back to the Investec Women's League. A 4-2 win over Reading meant they would return to the national stage with a top-two finish in Division 1 of the South League.
Darren Boswell wheels away to celebrate after netting Horsham's winner in their 3-2 success over VCD Athletic at Culver Road.
Former Horsham overseas Jofra Archer became a million dollar man as he signed for IPL side Rajasthan Royals. The Sussex bowler was snapped up for $1.1million in the auction - 17 times his reserve price.
Capel boxer Ben Jones hinted he may retire after he lost his big British Beef fight with Commonwealth featherweight champion Reece Bellotti. Live on Sky Sports and in front of a 9,000-strong crowd at the 02 arena, Jones was knocked out in the sixth round.
Slinfold Tennis Club had the grand opening of their brand new facilities at Hayes Lane. A 200,000 state-of-the-art eco clubhouse, three new all-weather courts and refurbished floodlights saw a new era begin for the club.
Former Collyer's pupil Brad Hall piloyed the two-man bobsleigh team to a 12th-placed finish at the Bejing Winter Olympics. The Crawley AC athlete then saw equipment problems dash their four-man event hopes. He had been tipped for a podium place.
The big freeze hit in March which led to a large number of sporting postponements. Steve Robards took this picture of Loxwood Football Club's snowy pitch.
Horsham Hockey Club has a fright under the lights at Christ's Hospital in a rare evening game. It was one to forgot for the South Premier Division 1 side as they slipped to the bottom of the table with a 4-1 defeat to previous basement boys Henley.
Former Haywards Heath junior Marco Penge made a spectacular return to his old club to win a first stage qualifying event for the PGA EuroPro Tour.
There were high fives as Horsham YMCA as they beat Littlehampton 2-0 to take their unbeaten run to six games. It moved Peter Buckland's side up to second in the SCFL Premier Division.
Former Pulborough Rugby Club player Jess Breach and West Chiltington's Maddie Hinch won bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games. Breach secured her medal with the rugby sevens and Hinch placed third with her hockey team-mates. Jade Lally was seventh in the discus.
What a picture! There was no campaign on ice - it was all opened after Horsham Rugby Club retained the Bob Rogers Cup for the fifth consecutive time. They overcame Hove in the final with a thrilling 37-35 victory.
Hundreds of runners took part in the annual Barns Green Half Marathon and 10k races in September. It was the 36th year of the half marathon and the winner was local man Neil Boniface.
A full-capacity Horsham 10k was led home by Andrew McCaskill in 34min 08 sec with the ladies' race being won by Katie Morgan (39-17).
Hundreds of runners took to their heels for the inaugural RunWisborough event. The 10k race was won by Horsham Blue Star Harrier Luke Burgess in a new course record of 35min 08sec.
Roffey captain Matt Davies and Alex Collins celebrate during their ten-wicket success over Hastings & St Leonards. The skipper admitted for the first time after the match that they were Premier Division title favourites.
Former England cricketer Sir Ian Botham and European Tour golfer Andrew 'Beef' Johnson swung by Mannings Heath as part of a charity golf challenge.
Tom Haines took the praise as he scored a superb 120 not out for Horsham Cricket Club in their six-wicket win away to Eastbourne in the Premier Division.
Horsham's parkrun event celebrated its 200th event in June with a special beach party theme. A total of 655 runners took to their heels in the park donning fancy dress.
April saw ground works starting to take place at Horsham Football Club's new ground at Hop Oast. Contractors started shape roads and entrances after extensive levelling and pre-works had taken place.
Wisborough Green Cricket Club celebrate a wicket in their 11-run away win against local rivals Barns Green.
Slinfold Cricket Club's Kemar Small bowls Goring opener and captain Alex Maynard, but they couldn't prevent Goring lifting the Division 3 title that same afternoon.
Jade Lally retained her British Athletics Championship discus crown in Birmingham in July. The winning distance of 56.81m saw her qualify for the European Championships and World Cup.
Roffey Cricket Club reclaimed the Sussex League Premier Division title in August - their fourth time at landing the crown in five years. In a hugely successful year, The Boars reached the semi-final of the ECB National Club Championship, quater-finals of the ECB National T20, final of the Sussex t20 Cup.
Horsham Rugby Club opened their brand-new artificial grass pitch at Hammerpond Road with a club fun-day ahead of the new London 2 South East season.
Horsham Football Club's new home continued to rise from the ground with this iconic image of the new stand with HFC visable in the club's traditional colours.
Alfold's Johden De Mayer and Tiago Andrade celebrate a goal during a fine start to the season for the promoted club. Playing at the highest level for the first time in their history, 'Fold are battling it out at the top of the table.
Charlie Harris netted a stunning free kick as Horsham came up just short with their FA Trophy run ended by Bath City. The Hornets suffered a 2-1 defeat to the National League South side in the third qualifying round.
Broadbridge Heath's new ground continued to take shape in December but they have been hit by further delays. They are now hoping for a January handover with the date put back at least five times already.