With a number of impressive medal wins, the visit of a former World and Commonwealth champion and hosting their very own judo festival, February really was a month to remember for Titan Judo Club in Clydebank.

First up, coach Joe Timney was there to support Lucy McCabe, Ethan Lambert, Paige Gilfillan, Sophie McNeill and Aiden Ellis as they travelled to the Hibari-Kan Grand Prix in Wishaw on February 11.

Sophie put in a great performance to secure gold while Aiden, competing in his very first Grand Prix, and Ethan both came away with a deserved bronze.

Titan then welcomed more than 130 judoka from all over the country the following week for its judo festival.

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Run by volunteers, the day was a huge success with the club hoping to deliver more throughout the year.

Back to competitive action, youngsters Emma McCabe and Sophie McNeill then travelled to Walsall to take part in the English Open.

One of only four ranking events towards gaining entry to the British team, it was a highly competitive weekend as both girls performed excellently with Sophie winning -48kg bronze before Emma went on to clinch -40kg silver.

Former World and Commonwealth champion Graeme Randall MBE then visited the club to round off the month with a hugely successful training session that saw judoka from all across Scotland take part before presenting coach Paul McGuinness with his sixth Dan in judo.