Sho grading results

Congratulations to the following players who successfully completed their Judo Kids grading this week:

  • Oliver Bernere – 2nd Sho
  • Connor McCormack – 1st Sho
  • Rebekah Bernere – 1st Sho

We will hold a Mon grading in July.

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Catching up…

Although the last 12 – 15 months have been hard, it has been great to keep in touch with so many of you – either via social media or bumping into you in the street etc.

We thought it would be nice to briefly update on what some of the club’s former faces are now up to…

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Sho gradings this week!

Don’t forget, Sho gradings for players aged 5 – 8 years will be taking place this week!

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Return to adult judo likely to be delayed

John Buchanan Choke

Messages from Government today indicate that it is likely that lifting of final restrictions covering gatherings, sports participation etc. are likely to be delayed following a rise in positive tests, largely linked to the new Delta variant. Reassuringly hospital cases, whilst growing, are not increasing at the same rate,

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Don’t forget, Thursday judo is back!

After a successful resumption of Tuesday sessions, Thursday judo returns this evening!

Normal session times of 6-7pm, 7-8pm will apply.

Just a reminder, that sessions currently are for -18s only and a Covid declaration is needed for each session – you can make this online here.

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Welcome back after half term

Hope everyone had a good half term break, and enjoyed the sunshine.

If you are training tonight, don’t forget to complete your Covid declaration at https://app.proactivereporting.com/covid19/form/7Tdc1Zb0utBR9ghk (paper copies are also available at the Club).

Everyone aged 16+ who is remaining at the Club is also required to leave contact details for Track and Trace –

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Don’t forget your Covid declaration!

Training tonight?

Don’t forget to complete your Covid declaration at https://app.proactivereporting.com/covid19/form/7Tdc1Zb0utBR9ghk (paper copies are also available at the Club).

Everyone aged 16+ who is remaining at the Club is also required to leave contact details for Track and Trace – this can be on paper but is easier for us to manage if you simply scan the Club’s QR code using the Covid-19 app.

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Will adults be able to return to training in June?

Under the Government’s plan to exit coronavirus restrictions, it was envisaged that all restrictions in England would be lifted on 21st June, meaning that adults could return to full contact training from that date. (Currently adults could train indoors, with no contact other than people from their family group.

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Court Lane Judo Club secures sponsorship from Window Workshop

We are delighted to announce that we have recently secured a sponsorship deal with leading double glazing firm Window Workshop Hampshire.

Based in Waterlooville, the family run business offers all types of double glazing installations and solid conservatory roofs across Hampshire, West Sussex and Surrey.

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Guilty Pleasures #1

A particular joy over the last couple of years has been rediscovering sumo. First broadcast to British audiences by Channel 4 in the 1980s, with commentary by Syd Hoare (a Judo 6th dan) major tournaments are now broadcast by NHK World, or can be viewed on YouTube.

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