Well done and congratulations to all three AJC players who entered the Highland Budokan Grand Prix on the 16th April 2016.

Brandon Fullerton won Silver in the Boys u34kg.      Phil Jack won Gold in the Men's Open.     Nathan Staudt won Silver in the Men's u90kg.

Good luck to Brandon Fullerton, Phil Jack and Nathan Staudt who have all entered the Highland Budokan Grand Prix held in Inverness this Saturday, 16th April 2016.

Photographed above left to right are Brandon, Phil and Nathan
From 4th April 2016, Aberdeen Judo Club will be collecting judo fees at mat side in the games hall for each session you attend.  
The Beach Leisure Centre will no longer be responsible for collecting judo fees. 

On your arrival, please first report to the centre's reception desk to let them know that you are part of the Judo Club. 

We will be looking into monthly payments at a later date. 

Should you have any questions, please get in touch with: Jean Davidson, Club Secretary, email: [email protected]

Coach Martin Howie leaves Aberdeen for a 2 month holiday of a lifetime whilst visiting and spending time with family.  Martin has taken along with him his judogi and is hoping to take part in some judo.  We all wish Martin a safe journey and look forward to his return in May along with stories about his travels and visits to other judo clubs.

Martin (middle) is pictured along with coaches Fergus Pirie and Jason Moore during their last judo session together at Aberdeen Judo Club.

Congratulations and well done to Brandon.   Five well fought fights to win the Gold Medal at the Ultimate Open Grand Prix, Meadowbank, Edinburgh. 

Brandon first entered this competition back in 2014 and won Bronze, the next year he entered again and won Silver, this year (his third time entering) he won Gold.

Brandon is photographed along with his grandparents Mike and Diane Fullerton and coach Fergus Pirie.