Awards handed out at Bassingbourn

PUBLISHED: 09:44 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010

BASSINGBOURN Judo Club has handed out prizes at its 2008 annual awards ceremony. Some very good performances over the year made it once again difficult in deciding on the award winners. Jamie Caldwell picked up this year s best beginner prize. The club sa

BASSINGBOURN Judo Club has handed out prizes at its 2008 annual awards ceremony.

Some very good performances over the year made it once again difficult in deciding on the award winners.

Jamie Caldwell picked up this year's best beginner prize. The club said he was "far the most outstanding beginner, being very much a natural to judo and picking up the techniques very quickly".

At the other end of the age groups Russell Holway picked up the club person of the year award for proving yet again his invaluable input to the club which included gaining his junior coach award and also passing on his experience to the younger members of the club.

Russell is only the second person in the club's history to achieve this prize two years in succession.

The other award winners:

Michael Brandon - most improved award

Kamie Lowe - dedication award

Thomas Wright - merit award

Samuel Etheridge - merit award

Mike Bygate - merit award (Senior)

Adam Dixon - attendance certificate

Russell Holway - attendance certificate

Oliver Holway - attendance certificate

Adam Golab - attendance certificate

Mark Golab - attendance certificate

Matthew Tiffin - attendance certificate

Jamie Caldwell - attendance certificate

Places are available for new junior and senior members and anyone interested in joining should call Geoff on (01763) 247592.


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