At the Northern Home Counties GB ranking event Comberton JC picked up two gold medals!
Both Ben and Jessie managed to win their weight categories earning them 100 points towards improving their GB ranking before the British championships in December.
There is more information on our facebook page Double gold today at the NHC open for Ben and Jessie 🥇🥇🥋💪🦍Comberton Judo Club
Just a reminder that judo will be at 7-8pm for all kids (age 5-13 years old) throughout August. These new summer times will start tonight and run for 5 weeks.
On the 5th September the class times will go back to usual.
We hope to see many of you there each week at 7pm if you are not away on holiday!
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Comberton Judo Club Newsletter April-June 2019
Updates on what's happened at Comberton JC over the past three months, plus events coming up in the next quarter.
Please find below our entry form for the out kids competition on the 18th Feb 2018! There are also some pics to show just how friendly it is and how well it's run!
We hope everyone has had a good break over the festive period and we know you're all desperate to get back on the mat so here are the dates!
4th Jan - all Thursday classes start
10th Jan - full-time training starts back again with the 1.30-3.30pm class and weekly randori.
Our 2018 calendars are up on the calendars page, it is going to be a busy year!
Team trophy -
1st place - Comberton (86 points)
2nd place - Saffron Walden (58 points)
3rd place - Walton (57 points)
4th place - Kumo (49 points)
5th place - Melbourn (42 points)
Individual medals -
Evie - gold
Charlotte - gold
Iestyn - gold
Jessie - gold
Emy - gold
Ben - gold
Tatiana - gold
Hercules - silver
Tony - silver
Carys - silver
Tara - silver
Jamie - bronze
Anna - bronze
Toby - bronze
Emma - bronze
Sammy - 5th
Polly - 5th
In total we won 74% of our fights where it wasn’t two Comberton players fighting each other.
Plus two other AASE players representing their clubs:
Dylan Anderson - bronze
Noah Aldous - bronze
To see photos from the day click here
Please see below the newsletter highlighting what we have achieved since March.
The Eastern Area Open is a British ranking event for Pre-cadets, cadets and seniors. This weekend we had three players competing plus two who recently finished AASE with us.
On the Saturday Rosie fought in the cadet open weight for girls and won a bronze medal. On Sunday was the senior and junior event, Ben Caldwell secured a silver medal in the under 60's for seniors, Jessie won a bronze in the under 63's for seniors and Toby won silver in the under 90's. We think this should leave them 4th, 8th and 21st in the senior British rankings respectively.
The junior was fought by Jessie, Toby and Rowan who won bronze, silver and gold respectively.
In total this weekend we won 1 gold, 3 silvers and two bronzes with a very small team.
Of course the club contributed to the refereeing and officiating as well with both Mark and Tasha referring at the event and Sally and Leigh working on the tables.
Photo's courtesy of Ian Caldwell.
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As part of the changes to Comberton Judo Club we have now successfully changed our team kit.
For the performance players we now have Under Armour that is black and sky blue, you can see how cool it looks in the pics below. The club will order this kit 3-4 times per year, the next mass order will be in October.
Because of the cost of Under Armour kit we decided to have a second option. We have t-shirts that cost just £10 with the gorilla log on the front and the "come to judo" logo on the back. In time we'll be expanding this range with hoodies and other items of clothing. If you have a wish list let us know!
If you would like to purchase any kit please contact one of the coaches who will give you more information. The t-shirts we already have on bulk so you can buy one whenever you like, UA kit needs to be ordered.
This is our news page, we update as much as we can but our Facebook page and twitter are normally much faster!
Did you know?
We also have a blog that our children complete at whilst at competitions. Click here to visit it.