MELBOURN Judo Club had 26 members enter grading at the weekend with a 100 per cent achievement rate. Conducted at the Royston Leisure Centre four examiners undertook the three hour long appraisal and the achievements are: From novice to first Mon Red Bel
MELBOURN Judo Club had 26 members enter grading at the weekend with a 100 per cent achievement rate.
Conducted at the Royston Leisure Centre four examiners undertook the three hour long appraisal and the achievements are:
From novice to first Mon Red Belt: Danny Burns, Raya Iglesias.
From second to third Mon: Leah Parcell.
From novice to third Mon: George Colson.
From third to fourth Mon: Nick Mason.
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From fourth to fifth Mon: Patrick Goan, Ross Ellis, Jarrod Attriedes, Ben Cooper, Imogen Ranner, Tom Smith.
From fourth to seventh Mon: Josh Sole.
From fifth to sixth Mon: Matthew Coote, Liam Traverse-Healy, Anand Solanki, Navin Latchman.
From sixth to seventh Mon: James Long, Rajiv Latchman, Jo-Ley Attriedes.
From eighth to ninth Mon: Lewis McCracken.
From tenth to eleventh Mon: Kim-Michael Sorensen.
From 11th to 12th Mon: Charlie Triggs.
From 12th to 13th Mon: Dominic Hill, Emma Reid.
Senior: Gerhard Oberholzer was promoted from 2nd Kyu to 1st Kyu.
On Sunday, Emma Reid and Dominic Hill both won silver medals at the Clacton International event.