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Judo joy for Wymondham

PUBLISHED: 14:48 11 June 2010 | UPDATED: 15:26 14 July 2010

WYMONDHAM Judo Club hosted a junior competition at the weekend, attracting almost 70 competitors from six clubs.

Bungay-based Black Dog club had the biggest contingent and came out top with nine gold medals, with host club Wymondham taking eight.

WYMONDHAM Judo Club hosted a junior competition at the weekend, attracting almost 70 competitors from six clubs.

Bungay-based Black Dog club had the biggest contingent and came out top with nine gold medals, with host club Wymondham taking eight.

Wymondham coach Chris Claydon said it was a chance for inexperienced low graders to get a taste of friendly competition.

“Well done to everyone who took part. There was some really good judo.”

The competition was held at Ketts Park hall on Saturday and was a fund- raising event towards the cost of running the club minibus.


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