Judo: Pride youngsters pick up medals

PUBLISHED: 10:00 24 January 2018

Youngsters from Wembley's Pride Judo Club face the camera at the London Development competition

Youngsters from Wembley's Pride Judo Club face the camera at the London Development competition


Wembley’s Pride Judo Club saw eight of their young members in action at the London Development event at Docklands.

The competition was for red, yellow and orange belts and all eight Pride judoka came away with medals.

Ruqayyah Mubanga won silver after a spirited final in her first red belt competition, as Nimrod Lazer and Arianna Fuller took bronze on their debuts.

Milad Ahmadi also fought hard to win bronze, while Philip Myint showed strong judo to add another bronze.

Older brother Stephen went one better to pick up silver, while Teddy Green took bronze in one of the larger categories, having five bouts on the day.

Kaua Da Silva Busti was in outstanding form, winning bouts with Ippon, and took a fantastic silver after the final could have gone either way.

Pride Judo Club are based at Vale Farm Sports Centre, Wembley, HA0 3HG. Email for more details.

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