Tuesday, 28th July 2009

MSMAS Judo host George Ellis ~ BJA Regional Development Officer (South East)

George Ellis, the new BJA Regional Development Officer for the South East joined our Youth/Senior Mat for an evening of Judo at our Honbu Dojo...


George, a proficient 1st Dan lightweight Judo Player and Member of Dartford Judo Club, joined our Mat last night for an evening of Judo at MSMAS.

It was a delight to see him mixing with our many YuDansha and Kyu Grades to experience first hand a typical Judo session at MSMAS.

Finallly he took part in a randori Session with a number of our Youth Players, all about 60Kgs, much to their enjoyment...

After the Judo, a meet to discuss our future plans and our keen desire to interact fully with the BJA as they move ahead towards 2012... 


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Wednesday, 10th April 2013

MSMAS Dojo ~ Training Times / Special Events / Diary .....

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Tuesday, 9th April 2013

MSMAS Dojo ~ Continues to offer 'FREE' Judo to Junior/Youth aged 8/18 years ...

'FREE' Junior/Youth Judo ~ Available to young people across Sussex at The Mid Sussex Martial Arts School (BJA No: 2075)

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Monday, 8th April 2013

MSMAS Dojo ~ Instructors Roll

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Sunday, 7th April 2013

MSMAS Judo ~ Medal success @ 2013 BJA Sussex County Judo Trials

A small MSMAS Junior & Senior Judo Team of just 6 Players, 3 Senior & 3 Junior attended this years BJA Sussex County Judo Trials, yet with only 6 they came home with 6 Medals to enjoy yet another 100% medal success day resulting in 3 x Sussex County Judo Champions & 6 x Sussex County Judo Players ...

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Monday, 1st April 2013

MSMAS Dojo ~ Marks loss of Hiroaki Izumi Shihan with 'JYG Aikido'

On March 1st 2013 we lost Hiroaki Izumi Shihan, today, April 1st 2013, just one month on, the ever growing list of 'Jin Yuu Gi Aikido' across the globe will remember.

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