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Karate kids floor rivals.

Home advantage helped Cramlington-based Hokojun Judo Club claim 12 medals at a tournament staged at the town's Sports Club.

Teams from Battle Hill, Seishin Judo Kwai, Bushido Judo Kwai, Fordley Judo Kwai and Gosforth took part in the event, Hokojun winning four gold medals, five silvers and three bronzes.

RESULTS - Under-eights, under-24kg: Gold Louie Schofield (Seishin), silver Jac Cotcher (Battle Hill), bronze Leon Devlin (Bushido). U-28kg: Gold Luke Clarke (Gosforth), silver Joe Cotcher (Battle Hill), bronze Kyle Lucas (Bushido). Over-28kg: Gold Thomas Dougdale (Bushido), silver Emeka Obasi (Gosforth), bronze Natasha Smith (Battle Hill).

Eight-14 U-28kg: Gold Kay Wardroe (Seishin), silver Ryan Price (Seishin), bronze Frazer Burns (Hokojun). U-33kg: Gold Chris Young (Battle Hill), silver Ross Corden (Hokojun), bronze Callum Thompson (Bushido). U-37kg: Gold Ryan Griffiths (Fordley), silver Jordon Cotcher (Battle Hill), bronze Shannon Lockwood (Seishin). U-40kg: Gold Tim Dugdale (Bushido), silver Hamish Duff (Hokojun), bronze Darren May (Bushido). U-45kg: Gold Jacob Brown (Battle Hill), silver Daniel Wynn (Battle Hill), bronze Tasmin Brown (Hokojun). O-50kg: Gold Chris Reay (Hokojun); silver Alex Cook (Fordley); bronze David Neder (Fordley).

15-17 years: Gold Chris Reay (Hokojun); silver Kyle Griffiths (Fordley), bronze David Neder (Fordley).

Senior Open: Gold Darren Schofield (Seishin), silver, Ken Schofield (Hokojun), bronze Russel Dawson (Hokojun).

Kata - junior: Gold Darren May (Bushido) and Callum Thompson (Battle Hill), silver Glen Young (Battle Hill) and Simon Page (Hokojun), bronze Chris Young (Battle Hill) and Callum Thompson (Battle Hill).

Senior: Gold Karen Mitchell (Hokojun) and Simon Page (Hokojun), silver Ken Schofield (Hokojun) and Kev Corden (Battle Hill).
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Title Annotation:Sport Grassroots
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 24, 2004
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