Latest news in the world of Judo within the Yorkshire and Humberside area. 

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This years Championships were held at the Richard Dunn Sports Centre at Bradford on Sunday 8th March. There was a good entry of nearly 200 (166 actually competed).

This year the Area committee had changed the format for the Senior event  by including a section for 2nd Kyu and below and also making the 1st Kyu and above  section Points Scoring, and although the entry was still a little on the low side ,both  seemed to be favourably received by Clubs, Coaches and players.

Their was some excellent competitive judo on display throughout the day from both the Junior and Seniors players.

On behalf of the Yorkshire & Humberside Area Committee could I thank all the Clubs and Players who supported the event.

A special thanks to the Table Officials, Referees and First-Aid for their hard work and dedication on the day, REMEMBER all these people are volunteers, without them  competitions could not take place.

 

Peter Simpson

(Y & H Area Events Manager)

October the 5th saw Sean Nuttall and George Launders take a day long kata course at the EIS in Sheffield. A good number of players of all levels enjoyed the light hearted and modern approach to Nage-no-kata that Sean and George use to present this kata.

Thanks to George and Sean.

Rotherham Tigers judo club have had their last ever session at the Rotherham Herringthorpe Leisure Centre and after more than 30 years will be moving to a new home.

Herringthorpe is closing and a brand new leisure centre is opening in the centre of Rotherham 

This complex does not open until the 29th of October so until then the Saturday session will continue curtesy of the generosity of Sheffield Judo club who have made their Grimesthorpe Rd dojo available.

Juniors 1:30-3:00

Seniors 3:00-4:30

Judoka from any club are welcome to join our training sessions.

The 1st session at the new complex will be on Saturday the 1st November at the same times.

Our friends from all local judo clubs are more than welcome to join us.