Players from both Cedars and Castle judo clubs joined together for an evening of fun with a mixed team event.
Everyone from a complete novice to a 6th Dan took part making the evening a great spectator event.
We had three teams each comprising 16 players.
Congratulation to those players from the Club who took part in the recent East Midlands Area Open Championship.
Silver Medal – Taraa-Rebecca Hayer
Bronze Medals – Gurleen-Sabrina Hayer, Liyana Subendran and Sujana Subendran
Congratulations to all those from the club that recently graded.
A 100% pass rate and another black belt at the club.
Silver Medal – Jordan Millerchip
Bronze Medals – Jack Wallace, Liyana Subenran and Varun Subendran
Congratulations to all those from the club that competed in the Area Mini Championship, held in Digby, Lincolnshire.
Gold – Lola Sayers.
Silver – Grace Abela-Georg and Alfie Sayers.
Bronze – Jasmin Brogan, Gio Brogan and Isaac Abel-Georg.
Congratulations to those players from the club who recently won medals at the Area Open Low Grade and Open Grade Championship.
Gold medals were won by Maaya Hayer; Blake Wass and Ethan Wass.
Silver medals to Chloe Rudge and Cara Stamp
Bronze medals to Lola Sayers and Asha Lad.
Well done to all.
Congratulation to Luke Dexter on winning Silver at The AJA National Championships held in Birmingham
A great result for Luke at his first senior National event.
Congratulations to all those that took part
in the recent Grading’s
Players from our club had kindly been invited by Barlestone Judo club to join them for an evening’s judo under the instruction of guest coach Tom Reed, European cup gold medalist, Commonwealth silver medalist and Rio 2016 Olympic squad member.
The evening was a great success with all learning some new techniques and variations.
Pictured below, Tom Reed (Centre) with players and coaches from Cedars and Barlestone Judo Clubs.
Congratulations to those from the club who competed at the recent National Open Championships, held in Birmingham on the 19th October 2014.
Luke Dexter won silver in the Mens U66Kg category with Balalaz Kelemen winning the bronze in the Mens U88Kg category
Congratulations to those that took place in the Senior Grading held in Birmingham on 12th October 2014.
Luke Dexter went from Junior Blue to Senior Orange.
Asha Ladd went form Green to Blue.
Balaz Kelemen went from Blue to Brown.
Marc Evan went from Blue to Brown.
Congratulations to those from the club that took part in the Area Low Grade Event. The results were as follows:
Balazs Kelemen – Gold in the mens under 75Kg category
Maaya Hayer – Gold in the girls under 50Kg category
Taraa-Rebecca Hayer – Gold in the girls under 28Kg category
Gurleen-Sabrina Hayer – Bronze in the girls under 25Kg category
Congratulations to all those that took part in the Cedars and Castle mixed team event.
A great evening was had by all players with some excellent judo on display from players of all ages and grades.
The teams where made up of players from both clubs with all working well together and giving great support to their fellow team members.
Cedars would like to pass on their thanks to Castle for hosting the event.
WELL DONE TO ALL WHO TOOK PART.
The results were as follows
Congratulations to all those from the club that won medals at the recent Area Open Event. The competition attracted a very large entry from all over the country with the standard of fighting being of the highest quality.
The club did very well with a mixture of our lower and higher grades competing.
Maaya Hayer took two silver medals one in the low grade under 50kg class and the other in the open grade under 50kg class.
Taraa Hayer took two bronzes one in the low grade under 30kg class and the other in the open grade under 25kg class.
Toby Mason took bronze in the low grade under 45kg event.
Molly Goodman took bronze in the low grade under 30kg event.
Gurleen Hayer took bronze in the girls open grade under 25kg event.
Luke Dexter took bronze in the boys open grade middleweight event.
Simon Nurse took bronze in the mens Lightweight event.
National masterclass with Lewis Keeble and Nekoda Davis
Junior and Senior players from Cedars Judo Club along with other players from around the UK attended a day of judo at a Masterclass session under the excellent instruction of Lewis Keeble and Nekoda Davis.
The day involved standing and groundwork techniques and was rounded off with the opportunity to put what had been learnt into practice with some free fighting practice.
The day was a great success and the club would like to pass on a big thank you to Lewis and Nekoda.Photo below – Players from the club with Lewis and Nekoda.Left to right: Front: Luke Dexter and Simon Nurse. Back: Jas Hayer, Lewis Keeble, Nekoda Davis and Tony Jones.
Congratulations to all those members that took part in the AJA National Championships held in Birmingham on the 23rd March 2014
The Club took 7 of its players and we returned with an impressive haul of 7 medals and places in the National Squad.
The results were as follows:
Gold medals and title of National Champions went to went to Blake Wass (Boys u32kg), Luke Dexter (Boys u60kg), Katy Darcy (Girls u65kg), Harry Jones (16/17 yrs L/W) and Asha Lad (Ladies u52kg).
Marc Evans won a Silver medal in the Mens U90kg with Bryn Jones taking the Bronze in the same event
All the medal winners will now be part of the British team with some going on to represent the UK in Holland later in the Year.
Congratulation to all those from the Club who recently graded – March 2014
Well done to all those from the club that took part in the Area Closed Championship on the 2nd February 2014.
Venue: William Bradford Community College, Earl Shilton, Leicester.
Many thanks to all those who took part – We had a great turnout with 22 clubs and 168 entries
We had a great judo session on Friday 8th November when Barlstone judo club came over for a visit. We were also honoured to be joined by Neil Adams MBE, 8th dan, World champion, 5 times European champion and two times Olympic silver medallist along with his wife Niki (another judo Olympian) and their kids.
The coaches (Wayne Lakin and Toni Robinson) at Barlestone both started Judo at the Cedars a long time ago and it was nice to see them back for the evening. Thanks to all those Barlestone players that came over, we will return the visit early in the new year.
Congratulations to all those form the club who recently graded.
The results were as follows:
MAYA BETTONEY – WHITE + 2 RED
WILLIAM WOOD – WHITE + 1 YELLOW
MATEUSZ MOSLISZKO – WHITE + 2 YELLOW
LEON BETTONEY – WHITE + 2 YELLOW
JOSHUA MEAD – wHITE + 2 YELLOW
EVAN MEAD – WHITE + 2 YELLOW
RILEY FLUKE – WHITE + 2 YELLOW
SZYMIN MOSLISZKO – FULL YELLOW
TOBY MASON – FULL YELLOW
SAM STAYTE – YELLOW + 2 ORANGE
KATY DARCY – GREEN + 1 BLUE
LUKE DEXTER – GREEN + 2 BLUE
Congratulations to those from the Club that fought in the AJA Open National Championships.
Sunday 20th October 2013 – Birmingham
We took four players and came back with 4 well deserved medals.
Harry Jones – Gold – Mens U66kg
Katy Darcy – Gold – Girls U65kg
Blake Wass – Gold – Boys U32kg
Luke Dexter – Bronze – Boys U60kg
Senior Grading – 13th October 2103 – Cannock
Well Done to those from the club who took part in the recent senior grading. This was one of the toughest gradings for several years with all members performing well:
Simon Nurse went from novice to senior yellow belt
Neil Patridge went from novice to senior orange belt
Asha Lad went from senior orange to senior green belt
Harry Jones went from Junior brown to senior green
Congratulations to Harry Jones on winning Silver in the Mens Lightweight event at the Bushi Open Championships held in Birmingham on the 6th October 2013.
Harry was the lightest player in his category and had to work extremely hard for his trophy in this very tough event – Well done.
Congratulations to all those that took part in the Area Open Event held on the 22nd September 2013
Venue – William Bradford Community College, Earl Shilton, Leicester.
The results were as follows:
Gold medals: Emmie Allsopp, Szymon Mosciszko(x2), Ethan Wass, Austin Bettoney, Harry Jones and Bryn Jones.
Silver medals: Lexa Mosley, Jazmine Crawford(x2) Riley Fluke, Blake Wass, Simon Nurse, Neil Patridge(x2), Spencer Allsopp, and Harry Jones
Bronze medals: Caitlin Nurse, Leon Bettoney, Cody Moseley, Spencer Allsopp, Katy Darcy and Simon Nurse.
Participation certificates: Evan Mead and Joe Crawford
WELL DONE TO ALL
Congratulations to Luke Dexter and Matt Bratton who both took medals at major National events.
On the 19th February Matt competed at the British Judo Associations English Open Championships held in Sheffield. Matt completed in the black belt over 100kg class and after a series of very competitive fights won through to gain the silver medal.
A few weeks later on the 17th March Luke competed in the Amateur Judo Associations National Championships held in Birmingham. Luke competed in the Under 55kg event and won the silver medal. Off the back of this success Luke will be going to represent the AJA in an international event to be held in Holland on the 11th and 12th May.
Congratulations to all those that took part in the Area Open Championship held at Earl Shilton on the 28th April 2013.
With over 200 entries from clubs all over the country the standard of Judo was exceptionally high – Well done to all competitors and thanks for the support from coaches and parents on the day.
Congratulations to all those players that recently graded. The results are as follows:
Ethan Wass – White belt + 1 Yellow Tab
Blake Wass – White belt + 1 Yellow Tab
Sam Stayte – Full Yellow Belt
Luke Dexter – Orange + 1 Green Tab
Katy-Rae Darcy – Full Green
Matthew Bratton – Black Belt Second Dan
Apologies there was a problem with the camera memory card and the photo taken was unusable.
Congratulations to all those from the club that took part in the Area Closed Championship held on 3rd February 2013.
Venue: William Bradford Community College, Earl Shilton.
Gold medals were won by Emmie Allsop, Blake Wass (x2), Harry Jones and Luke Dexter. Silver medals were won by Riley Fluke, Ethan Wass (x2), Spencer Allsop, Emmie Allsop (x2), William Wood and Marc Evans. Bronzes were won by Piper Allsop, William Wood, Riley Fluke, Alana Richardson and Spencer Allsop
WELL DONE TO ALL.