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MICKLEFIELD JUDO CLUB

events

Below is a list of competitions the club hopes to enter.  If the event is hyperlinked, this is what the club is definitely doing and there is Coach cover for the day.  Volunteers at the table are at hand to assist entries, but if you would like to make an entry personally, please follow the links below and notify the table as soon as possible.

14th April:  BSJK Yellow, Orange and Green Belt Championships

20th & 21st April:  N.I Open

27th April:  Eastern Area Senior Ranking

27th April:  High Wycombe Red Belt Rumble

4th May:  Bill Nobbs Memorial Team Event

18th May and 19th May:  London Open 2024 (Minors, Pre Cadets, Cadets, Juniors, Seniors)

25th May:  High Wycombe Masters

22nd and 23rd June:  Danny King Team Championships

29th and 30th June:  Kent international u16s (Yellow – Black belts)

30th June:  Kent International Juniors, Seniors and Masters

6th July:  National Team Championships

7th July:  British Masters

13th July:  Dan Grading

13th July:  Craig Fallon Cup

14th July:  NHC Split Grade Open (Don Werner Memorial)

31st August and 1st September:  NHC Open

8th September:  Bishop Stortford Alex Jackson Red Belt Championships

12th October:  Rod Lane Senior Low Kyu Grades

26th October:  Dan Grading

16th November:  High Wycombe Mini Mon

7th and 8th December:  British Championships (Pre Cadet and Cadets)

14th and 15th December:  British Championships (Junior and Senior)

judo jiu-jitsu join together for a session: 23rd march 2024

Saturday 23rd March saw Micklefield Judo Club run our first event in our new venue at Sir William Ramsay School.  Over 30 Seniors from both judo and BJJ came together to take part in a joint masterclass.  Led by coaches from MJC and Carlos Peixoto lead coach from Positive Strength BJJ Demian Maia Jiu-Jitsu UK.

Attendees participated in a 2 hour session aimed at sharing skills from both disciplines and creating partnerships to build skills across both sports.  Feedback was very positive and plans are being put in place to run a regular session every 2 months.

This session was then followed by a First Aid revalidation event where attendees participated in a three hour masterclass to enhance and renew their skills in this area.