Parkmains High School, Barrhill Road, Erskine, PA8 6EY
Sunday 9th February 2020
Sunday 26th January, 2020
Age Band ’AA’ – Year Born – 2010, 2011, 2012 Players must be 8 old years on the day of competition
Age Band ‘A’ – Year Born – 2008 – 2009
Age Band ‘B’ – Year Born – 2006 – 2007
Age Band ‘C’ – Year Born – 2004 – 2005
Open to all senior players 3rd kyu and below including novice (white belt) grades as long as they have a valid full license on the day.
This is a development competition aimed at low grade and/or inexperienced competitors. If you are uncertain about whether the event is suitable please discuss with your Coach or contact Clyde Judo Club for guidance.
All competitors will be weighed in on the day and split into pools of 4 or 5 if possible. Please put in actual weights below to help us make this easier on the day.
All junior players will be grouped with similar ability
Trainee officials will be used for this event under supervision. Please be conscious of this and make every effort to encourage their participation.
Any player not eligible to compete is welcome to try refereeing/timekeeping on the day, please let us know in advance if you are bringing any such players.
Mat side Coaching
Will be permitted through out, and we welcome positive encouragement of all players.
Video recording of some fights may take place at this event; photographs may also be taken for promotional purposes including publication on websites and social media. By signing the entry form you indicate your acceptance of these conditions and parents (in the absence of any expressed objection) provide their consent to the taking and use of photos/videos.
The Decision of the Tournament Organiser is final.
The event is run in line with JudoScotland/BJA Child Protection Policy
All information supplied will only be used for event organisation purposes and names/clubs will be published in advance of the event.
This is a major European event with something like 1200 competitors attending across the usual individual categories and a team event on the Sunday.
This competition is a major showcase for British Judo and, more parochially, a number of parents from the club will be competing and it will be great if we could get as many people as possible along to cheer the action.