Stout Hearts of Oak

HEART OF OAK Judo Club took part in the invitation event in Tunbridge Wells at the weekend, taking a 15-strong squad with an average age of eight. For the boys team, Hawk James, Malik Forbes and brothers Kayde and Keon Sylvester all secured gold medals. S

HEART OF OAK Judo Club took part in the invitation event in Tunbridge Wells at the weekend, taking a 15-strong squad with an average age of eight.

For the boys team, Hawk James, Malik Forbes and brothers Kayde and Keon Sylvester all secured gold medals.

Shinobi Irons took a silver medal alongside his team captain Amir Ahmed, who displayed a budding confidence in his judo to secure a sudden-death bronze medal.

In the girls' event, bronze medals went to sisters Anusha and Ahalyaa Ravichandran as well as the four Anegbeh sisters Angel, Crystal and twins Mercedes and Summer.


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Thea Sylvester fought in a higher-weight class than normal, but still brought home a well-deserved gold in the company of heavyweight Azvini Ravichandran, who also took gold.

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