was so nice to see all the children do so well at the judo match against
Salisbury Cathedral School on 29th September at All Hallows. Final score: All Hallows 11 - Salisbury 9. Nick Lowe, who ran the competition, praised the children, acknowledging the positive way in which they conducted themselves and how they bonded as a team. "It was very inspiring to see how much the children had learnt over the years and in some cases a few weeks. I was thrilled to witness their energy and determination to win that was clearly on display. Long may it prevail!"
a 30 minute workshop, where the children from both schools, including other All
Hallows club members received instruction on current judo techniques /
strategies plus the rules of the game. Once the teams were placed in fighting order,
the match got underway. Contest times were limited to a maximum of 2 minutes. In some cases, this went slightly over as a winner needed to
emerge and on a number of occasions, the match was won within a few seconds of
the start. 20
All Hallows children took part in the team.