Success on mats for Marham
ANOTHER early Sunday morning start as Marham Judo Club set off at 6am to travel to Leicester for a judo competition.The club entered 13 competitors and proudly returned home with 10 well-deserved medals.
ANOTHER early Sunday morning start as Marham Judo Club set off at 6am to travel to Leicester for a judo competition.
The club entered 13 competitors and proudly returned home with 10 well-deserved medals.
Gold medals were won by Jenna-Jaye Nicholson, Elinor Glynn, Sophie Buller and Zachary McCallum.
Jenna-Jaye won all three fights, demonstrating her superior skills as she masterfully controlled all of her opponents with ease.
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Silver medals were won by Rebekah Grant, Adora Storton, Matthew Parrott and Chris Parrott. Adora showed great determination in all her fights and demonstrated her groundwork skills.
Bronze medals were won by Andrew Carruthers and Neith Charlesworth. This was a first competition for Jake Wade; he held his own and fought really well.
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It was also great to see Thomas Turner back competing on the mat after recovering from injury.