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Sunday, 19th October 2008

MSMAS Judo medals again, this time at Clacton Open ...

The 100% Medal success run continued at the weekend at the Clacton International !!

 

Shelley was competing again !!

 

 

Close on the heels of her medal success at 'the Nationals' she took on a mixed field of Competitors at this Annual event, which attracts Players from across the UK and Europe.

 

 

Battling her way through to the Medals she was able to try for Silver, after losing to a 6ft+ Dutch girl ...

 

 

Taking the Silver by winning with an Ippon against a 'Pinewood Girl', who tapped out after just 10 seconds in Shelley’s relentless hold down.

 

 

Therefore, another Medal, just before Shelley turns Senior later this year.

 

 

What a run !

 

 

Keep it going girl .........!

 

 

 

 

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