Titan Judo Club have enjoyed a busy and successful end to the season with two gold, one silver and three bronze medals from three major events over the last few weeks.

First up, the Clydebank Leisure Centre-based club made the trip through to Livingston at the end of October for the Cherry Blossom competition.

Titan youngster Amber Fraser, 8, impressed throughout as she won all four of her bouts to clinch a fantastic gold medal in just her second ever competitive event.

The following weekend, two of Titan's more experienced judoka travelled down to compete at the Welsh Open Championships in Cardiff - the club's penultimate event of the year.

Emma McCabe, 13, and Sophie McNeill, 14, gave a good account of themselves in the national event as they both made the step up to compete in new weight categories, with Sophie also moving up to a new age group.

Sophie came up against the current British number one fresh from a training block in Japan in her opening bout and it proved to be a step too far on this occasion as she fell to a narrow loss.

Emma also faced a number of tough bouts over the weekend but came out on top to clinch gold and secure her place as Britain's number one in her weight division.

Clydebank Post: Emma, centre podium, impressed in Cardiff to be crowned the Wales Open 2019 championEmma, centre podium, impressed in Cardiff to be crowned the Wales Open 2019 champion

Titan then rounded off their year at the Scottish National Championships at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility in Motherwell last weekend.

Over two days of competition, the club had six young judoka competing with one fifth place finish, three bronze medals and one silver.

Ethan Lambert, 11, and Lucy McCabe, 8, were unfortunate to finish the weekend with no wins just valuable experience while Zak Cuthbertson, 10, finished fifth to narrowly miss out on a medal.

Paige Gilfillan, 13, produced an excellent display of judo in her pre-cadet category to clinch bronze for the club's first medal of the weekend with Sophie also taking bronze in both cadet and junior categories.

In a reversal of roles from the previous week's Welsh Open, Emma lost out in the final as she finished the day with silver.

With the Scottish Grand Prix events running over the course of the year, young judoka earns points throughout with both Emma and Sophie crowned overall Grand Prix Champions to finish the year in some style.

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