New Wu Style Tai Chi Classes at the Dojo

Great news!!!!, from the first of February EGH Judo will be offering Wu Style Tai Chi Classes at the dojo. The classes will be run by Mark Langweiler. Mark has over 25 years experience of Wu Style Tai Chi. Classes will run every Wednesday at 6.30pm until 8pm. for more information please contact Mark Langweiler on 0753 248 3160.

EGH Judo Mini Mon & Dragon Demonstration

Great news! EGH Will be holding a Mini Mon & Dragon Demonstration on the 1st of October 2016. Mini Mons are Judo competitions aimed at beginners. They are organised to encourage children’s competitive Judo in a friendly and supportive environment. They are suitable for complete beginners with orange belt being the highest grade allowed. Players will be placed in groups …

Rio Olympics Judo Timetable

If like us you are excited at the prospect of watching some of the greatest judo players (Judoka) on earth at this years Olympics, including Wales’s very own Natalie Powell, here is a complete schedule of the Judo starting on the 6th August. Rio Judo Timetable

New 5 to 8 year old classes

Great news! From the 1st of August EGH will be offering a brand new class especially for 5 to 8 year olds. The class will be tailored specifically for the youngsters, with basic Judo skills and games aimed at developing balance, coordination and Judo movements. Classes start at 5.30 to 6.30 and as their skills and confidence develop they will …


Congratulations to Carter & Valerie who competed in Newport today, Valerie took a hard fought Silver medal. Carter not only took a well deserved Gold medal but also won the player of the day award. Well done both!

New Venue for EGH

Some exciting news, EGH judo are moving! The coaching team have been working extremely hard to prepare the new venue at Rickards Street Pontypridd for the first lesson on Thursday 5th May. Lots of Cleaning and painting going on. We hope everyone will join us at the new venue.

This article is stating the obvious – after school sports boost children’s results. Why is Judo not encouraged in more schools? It helps to develop strength, stamina, co-ordination, confidence, the list goes on & on. Now research suggests that sports also help to boost children’s academic performance. “After-school clubs, based on school premises, seem to be an easy vehicle …


Congratulations to all the players who medalled at the Pontardulias Judo tournament Ben Nicholas – Gold Max Masuku – Gold Holly Devall – Gold Louis Burnell – Gold Atlas Nicholas – Silver Ethan Evans – Silver Valerie Masuku – Silver. Very well done to you all.