Members of the J & M Judo Club are back home from Portage la Prairie with some medals. 

They took part in the Portage Judo tournament this weekend where Kerwyn Klywak earned one silver in the Under 21 73kg division. He also received bronze in the Under 18 55kg and in the light weight Newaza grappling.

Gage Brown took bronze in the Under 14 42kg division and Cooper Brown earned bronze in the 46kg.

Athletes were under the instruction of coaches Jon Hensrud and Trevor Phinney.

Over 100 athletes from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario competed.

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