Shiro No Judo Kent run Judoka of the week and Judoka of the month for our Junior members.
To be eligible for this award our Judoka's have to show that they can adhere to the Judo code throughout the lesson .
The Judo Moral Code is a set of ethics created by the sport's founder Jigoro Kano. He believed they were vital in the development of judo players and individuals both on and off the mat. The code itself is made up of 8 parts:
Self-Control and Discipline .
KENT CLOSED JUDO COMPETITION
Having entered six members of the club to take part in the Kent Closed Judo Competition the this year fro the first time. The results where very good the Girls managed to take two silver medals and and four bronze. all the girls where invited to the next Kent Squad trials which took place on the 14th of April .
This is a very good achievement for our club this year and we wish all the Kent Squad all the best for the future .
26th May 2019 Manor Fields Family Fun Day .
The Christopher Hopkinson Memorial Judo Seminar at Shiro No Zen Judokwai.
Sunday 26th May 2019 Venue: Manor Field Hartley Kent Eligibility: All club members Entry Fee: A donation to enter The club has been asked to put on a Judo display on Sunday the 26th of May at Hartley Manor Field Kent.
The display will consist of a demonstration of Ukemi waza (Break-fall techniques)Tachi-waza (throwing techniques) Osaekomi-waza (Ground Hold Techniques) All club members are eligible to take part and promote the judo club in a positive manner. We are looking for volunteers of all ages to take part (Weather Permitting).
Depending on how many volunteers we get I propose to break the display down in to the following:
The display should not last any longer than 30 minutes