Girl power for Melbourn

PUBLISHED: 13:21 07 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:01 11 May 2010

MELBOURN players brought home the best individual results so far this year with three golds, two silvers and one bronze from Kumo Thetford. Katrina Scales kicked things off with three wins to take a silver medal by demonstrating impressive judo movement i

MELBOURN players brought home the best individual results so far this year with three golds, two silvers and one bronze from Kumo Thetford.

Katrina Scales kicked things off with three wins to take a silver medal by demonstrating impressive judo movement in attack, defence and groundwork.

Rachel Clapham and Dina Parcell took gold and silver respectively in the girls' under-eight group and Imogen Ranner won a first class gold medal in the eight-to-eleven year olds category.

Leah Parcell only had one other girl in her category who she beat comfortably earning another gold medal for Melbourn.

Oliver Fisher represented Melbourn boys admirably and as a relative beginner did well to win two contests and a third place bronze.

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