Elizabeth Phillips - Gold
Rachael Hill - Gold
Stuart Pateman - Gold
Megan Duffy - Silver
Peter Vincent - Silver
Leigh Patrick -Silver & Bronze
Daniel Hemming - Bronze
Lucy Day - Bronze
Chloe Tooby - Bronze
John Walters - Bronze
Heather Goodman - Bronze
Aaron Harrison - Bronze
Emily Hull - Bronze
Rachael Falloon - Bronze
Nicholas Johnson - Bronze
Jemma O'Dwyer - Bronze
BJC players fighting independently
Jack Anderson - Gold
Ebony Drysdale - Silver
Ryan Daugherty, Mark Dawes, Gemma Marshall, Lorcan Williamson, , Ben Whittle
Lauren Coles, Nicholas Martin, Sean Brabham
Players of note:
Jack Anderson - Player of the day (Sat)
Stuart Pateman- Player of the day (Sun)
Megan Duffy - Ippon of the day and first Ippon of the tournament (Sat)
Nicholas Martin - Ippon of the day (Sun)
Ryan Daugherty fought well even though he was very poorly.
Mark Dawes fought well and above his weight after a very difficult day, involving problems at the weigh-in and the added pressure of a late start time which meant delaying the team coach.
Leigh Patrick had a very late start to her group, still fighting at 7.30pm and managed to take a Silver in her group (junior U78kg) and bronze on the ladies U78kg
There was a Team event on the Saturday for the younger players, but unfortunately Elizabeth Phillips was the only available player at the correct weight. She joined a mixed team, fought well and won her fight but her team ultimately failed to progress to the next round.
The weekend was very enjoyable and Team BJC performed well both on and off the mat. We were well supported by the parents, especially Dougie Harrison who acted as a recorder, and Dave Tooby who did an invaluable job helping with coaching.
The event was an ideal standard for the Team, with quality players and consistent IJF refereeing. The venue was very impressive which encouraged the players to perform at their best.
In summary we were very proud to be coaching such a well performing and well behaved team.
Andy Marshall & Les Eacock