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ANNUAL AWARDS

At the end of each calendar year we like to have a party and awards night, to recognise the contributions made to our club by so many members and other volunteers. Below are the names of the people who have been presented with trophies to acknowledge excellence in some aspect of our sport.

Thank you very much to our club Welfare Officer, Gill Asgari, for her excellent work throughout 2009.

Huge thanks to Vernon De Silva & Belinda Gee for their fantastic fundraising and premises work throughout 2011.

In 2012 there was a special award for the achievements within high performance, of Nekoda Davis. She has had an outstanding year, breaking into the senior international circuit, despite being of Junior age. We also honoured Belinda Simpson, Gill Asgari & Cristina Rocha for the continued hard work behind the scenes. Thank you and well done to one and all.

Picture below: our 2015 award winners. What a wonderful bunch!


Best Boy

 - This award goes out to the boy at Ealing Judo Club who has the best results in competition throughout the year. Our medal table is tallied using the Olympic system.

2003 - Joe Wood
2004 - Joe Wood
2005 - Taku Kawamoto
2006 - Ken Kawamoto
2007 - Ken Kawamoto
2008 - Akhil Bist
2009 - Akhil Bist
2010 - Mason Gulaidi-Barber
2011 - Mason Gulaidi-Barber
2012 - Mason Gulaidi-Barber
2013 - Cameron Harvey
2014 -  Luke Davies
2015 - Luke Davies
2016 - Luke Davies
2017 - Silviu Nastasa
2018 - Luke Davies
2019 - Luke Davies

Mason is the first boy to win this award three years in a row. This is an outstanding achievment and evidence of the hard work Mason has put in over that 3 year period. In 2018 Luke Davies became the first boy to win this shield a total of 4 times. 

Best Girl

2003 - Gloria Obianyo
2004 - Phoebe Harris
2005 - Phoebe Harris
2006 - Harkirat Sekhon
2007 - Harkirat Sekhon
2008 - Harkirat Sekhon
2009 - Lucy Chamberlain
2010 - Lucy King
2011 - Sofija Bojat
2012 - Nekoda Davis
2013 - Megan Walmsley
2014 - Harkirat Sekhon
2015 - Jess Gordon-Brown
2016 - Jaap Kaur
2017 - Jaap Kaur
2018 - Jaap Kaur
2019 - Maya Aubert-Gomez

in 2014 Harkirat became the first person ever to win the 'Best Boy/Girl' trophy 4 times.

Spirit of Judo Award

2003 - Elliott Chamberlain & Diane Davis
2004 - Ardavaan Mohammadi, Johanna Barnes & Taku Kawamoto
2005 - Akhil Dhokia, Rifqa Samad & Megan Howard
2006 - Evelyne Faury & John Hough
2007 - Phoebe Harris, Akhil Bist & David Sookias
2008 - Sevani Vartanessian & the Corrigan family
2009 - Rifqa Samad & Misha Kljutic
2010 - Erik Gee & Ndu Wodu
2011 - Michael O'Toole & Harkirat Sekhon
2012 - Daniel MacKenzie, Mr Mansouri & Marija Bojat
2013 - Blake Inniss, Sofija Bojat & Emma Martinelli
2014 - Poppy Love, Rhys Connor & Hollie Walmsley
2015 - Salah Rabia, Blake Inniss & Rhys Connor
2016 - Maya Aubert-Gomez, Peter Davies & Vladimir Oleinic
2017 - The Birri family, Showgo Kimura, Antonio Greco & Sofia Krunic
2018 - Maya Aubert-Gomez
2019 - Maddy Birri & Nekoda Davis

Asgari Teacher's Trophy

This trophy is awarded to the people who have gone above and beyond the call of duty when helping others to learn.

2003 - Sam Wood & Soraya Asgari
2004 - Phil Barnes
2005 - Neill Cook
2006 - Soraya Asgari
2007 - Soraya Asgari & Conor Corrigan
2008 - Soraya Asgari & Lyam Quin
2009 - Harkirat Sekhon & Daniel Vary
2010 - Daniel Vary & Misha Kljutic
2011 - Daniel Vary & Nekoda Davis
2012 - Daniel Vary & Ndu Wodu
2013 - Daniel Vary & Sammie Grant
2014 - Ben Andersen & Sammie Grant
2015 - Sammie Grant
2016 - Sammie Grant & Luke Davies
2017 - Sammie Grant & Luke Davies
2018 - Luke Davies, Ryan Burt & Elena Bob
2019 - Antonio Greco, Silviu Nastasa & Luke Davies

Attendance Award

2003 - Soraya Asgari
2004 - Soraya Asgari & Lucy Chamberlain
2005 - Taku Kawamoto, Ken Kawamoto & Lucy Chamberlain
2006 - Taku Kawamoto, Conor Corrigan & Rohan Bist
2007 - Taku Kawamoto
2008 - Rohan Bist
2009 -
2010 - Akhil Bist & Daniel Vary

EJC Bravery Cup


Above: Showgo with the Bravery cup for 2009.

2003 - Lucy Chamberlain
2004 - Sam Wood & Juliet Aaltonen
2005 - David Sookias & Kai Butcher
2006 - Keiko Kawamoto
2007 - Laurence Legon & Showgo Kimura
2008 - Hanna Toogood
2009 - Showgo Kimura
2010 - Sofija Bojat & Vishay Karia
2011 - Lilia Gee & Sasha Derkach
2012 - Hanna Toogood
2013 - Nekoda Davis
2014 - Blake Inniss & Julia Scardone
2015 - Sofija Bojat & Chloe Page
2016 - Blake Inniss & Francesca Birri
2017 - Sophie & Charlotte Wilkinson, Tohgo Kimura & Ryan Burt
2018 - Hollie Walmsley & Joe Greatholder
2019 - Anton Derkach & Ryan Burt

Club Captains (New in 2008)

2008 - Rifqa Samad & Rohan Bist
2009 - Phoebe Harris & Daniel Vary
2010 - Allegra Inniss & Conor Corrigan
2014 - Charlotte Potter & Scott Turner
2015 - Charlotte Potter & Ryan Burt
2016 - Jenny Abrahamsson & Ryan Burt
2017 - Francesca Birri & Cedric Aubert
2018 - 

International Excellence (new in 2014)

2014 - Nekoda Davis
2015 - Nekoda Davis
2016 - Nekoda Davis & Sofija Bojat
2017 - Nekoda Davis
2018 - Nekoda Davis, Natasha Glassford, Luke Davies & Giovanny Antalika
2019 - Natasha Glassford

Outstanding Contribution to Ealing Judo Club (new in 2014)

2014 - Gill Asgari, Belinda Simpson & Sara Morris
2015 - Anthony Wood, Louise Birri & Simon Birri
2016 - Nicky Partis & Salah Rabia
2017 - Lee Bartlett & Salah Rabia

Most Improved Judoka (new in 2017)

2017 - Ellis Davies, Mounir Baaziz & Silviu Nastasa
2018 - Connor Gossedge
2019 - Sophie Wilkinson & Adam Burt

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