Duo take gold medals JIU JITSU

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

JACK Gal­land and Eve Mid­dle­ton led the line as the Hilling­don Brazil­ian Jiu Jitsu Club seized a plethora of medals at the Bri­tish Open.

The duo came in first place in their re­spec­tive 13 and 15 year-old cat­e­gories, win­ning gold, while Krzysztof Tunkiewicz also claimed first place in the over-40 cat­e­gory.

Hilling­don were well rep­re­sented through­out the Open with nine en­trants in to­tal, Rodger Mid­dle­ton fin­ish­ing as run­ner-up and claim­ing a sil­ver medal. An­dras Sze­les and Fiona Mid­dle­ton com­pleted the honours, with both tak­ing bronzes.

And the club cel­e­brated their suc­cess with the visit of pre­vi­ous Bri­tish Open cham­pion Ross Ni­cholls, who was in­vited to join in the fes­tiv­i­ties. ADRIAN Feek im­pressed for Hayes’ Bath Road Cy­cling Club in Ox­ford­shire.

Feek mas­tered tricky weather con­di­tions to record a time of 24.51 in the Fairly United CT ‘10’ out at Wit­ney.

His Bath club-mate Gra­ham Giggs rode in the Read­ing CC ‘50’ on the Sun­day at Farn­ham record­ing a time of 1.58.28 tak­ing 7th place.

The mid­week 9.2 mile time trial on the roads of Black Park and Pinewood cir­cuit saw nine Bath Road­ers ride, the fastest be­ing Giggs (22.18).

Richard Will­cox (23.46), Stu­art Jack­son (23.55), Feek (25.09), Leon Thomas (27.40), Lewis Sey­mour (28.03), Colin Mann (28.39), Nick Mann (30.14) and Dave Giggs (32.07) were also in ac­tion.

A HILLING­DON boxing duo chalked up an­other cou­ple of wins this week.

Tommy Tear, trained by Les Southey in the bor­ough, recorded his eighth victory on the trot.

Hayes fly­weight Ra­mash ‘Rambo’ Ah­madi also had that win­ning feel­ing af­ter knock­ing out Ja­son Bar­ton in the first round. EAST­COTE Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion are on the look­out for new ta­ble ten­nis play­ers ahead of the new sea­son.

The club, which plays on Mon­day and Wed­nes­day evenings, have eight teams across the Wem­b­ley & Har­row Ta­ble Ten­nis League.

Con­tact Eve and Ge­orge Gibson on 01895 636 106 for more in­for­ma­tion.

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