Judo players from around Northamptonshire competed in the British Schools Championship, with some of them returning home with medals.
Karis Haughton-Brown, who lives in Northamptonshire and trains out of Vale Judo Club but represent a school outside the area, won a superb gold medal in the under 70kg category.
Rory Tyrrell, who attends Lodge Park Academy in Corby, took won silver in the Years 10-11 under 50kg category and Megan Price, who goes to Huxlow Science College and trains out of Shudan Wellingborough Judo Club, won silver in the Years 10-11 under 63kg category while Billy Price was ninth in the Years 8-9 under 66kg.
Players from Kettering Premier Judo Club were also out in force.
Millie Hillyard (Southfield School) was seventh in the Years 10-11 under 57kg, Ewan Hull (The Ferrers School) fought in the Years 10-11 under 73kg, coming ninth.
Oliver Reading represented Bishops Stopford School in the Years 8-9 under 50kg and was ninth while Wallace Oakes (Brooke Weston Academy) was fifth in the Years 6-7 under 42kg category.
All players fought fantastically and were supported by their club coaches, even though they were representing their schools on this occasion.