PUBLISHED: 11:04 22 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:40 06 May 2010
Stevenage Judo Club won seven medals – two golds and five silvers – at the recent Herts HSJA schools championships. They had nine entrants out of more than 200 and the Stevenage players had a tough task competing against established players from all over
Stevenage Judo Club won seven medals - two golds and five silvers - at the recent Herts HSJA schools' championships.
They had nine entrants out of more than 200 and the Stevenage players had a tough task competing against established players from all over the county. Pictured are: Tom Smith 50kgs, Shane Thresher bronze 55kgs, Tobie van Zwieten bronze 55kgs, Lewis Fisher bronze 50kgs, Dennis Fisher bronze 42kgs, Charlene Patsanza bronze over 40kgs, Scot Edis 34kgs, Liam Wickham gold 44kgs, Nathan Gardner gold 27kgs.
Stevenage Judo Club has an established reputation at British schools' competitions. They welcome new members to their club training sessions at Camps Hill Junior School in Chells Way on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6.30-8pm.
Stevenage took competitors to the Bedford grading on Saturday and seven moved up a belt.
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