Exmouth judo triumph
PUBLISHED: 15:03 11 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:09 10 June 2010
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THE young Judo officianados who train at John Goldman's Exmouth Judo centre gathered together to see who would receive the prizes at the centre's annual end of year awards. Town Mayor, Councillor Joy Whipp was present to hand out the honours.
THE young Judo officianados who train at John Goldman's Exmouth Judo centre gathered together to see who would receive the prizes at the centre's annual end of year awards.Town Mayor, Councillor Joy Whipp was present to hand out the honours, this the second year running that the town leader had carried out this engagement.Amongst the awards being handed out were Pupil of the Year, Spirit of Judo, Effort and Etiquette, amongst others.The Mayor opened the evening with words of praise for all the youngsters involved in the sport.She highlighted that it gave the youngsters such a good grounding and it was very clear that, not only did they discover and develop various skills through judo, their presence at the centre was also having an effect on the way that the students conducted themslves and she congratulated each one for taking up the sport. On the night there was nobody left to go home empty handed for each student was presented with a certificate of achievement together with a Christmas present.The main awards were handed out as follows:Breakfallers of the year, Megan Humphrey and Katie Broom.Spirit of Judo, Charlie Clarke.Effort, Mark Wright.Competitor, Ned Mills.Most Improved, Brooke Bradley.Etiquette, Carley Rice.Perseverance, Anna Oliver.Pupil of the Year, George Cheshire.Pupils of the term, Megan Humphrey and Danny Kelly.
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