Club History

Shuzoku Judo Club was established in 2010 formally known as Leighton Corinthians Judo Club established in the early 1990's. The club traditionally runs on Saturday mornings and teachers from the age of five upwards and boasts a club membership of over 60 players.

The club is run by Judo coaches and competitors Kyle W.F Perry and Robert Aston. The two started their Judo career as young boys at the club and have been dedicated members ever since. Shuzoku has quickly become one of the largest clubs in the Home Counties and brings in medals from all round the UK.

We have one of the largest mats in the area and produce some of the highest ranked players in the county.

Medal Rankings

Here is a list of our students medals rankings:

Name Gold Silver Bronze 4th Bronze
Phillip Kirby 1
Ross Buchanan 1
Sophie Hawes 1
Zara Buchanan 1
Adam Pointer 1
Barney Grant 1
Sam Keating 1
Skye Berryman 1
Finley Simone 1
Jessica Hawes 1
Daniel Bryans 1
Jared Walsh 1
Jordan Bryans 1
Joseph Baggott 1
Michael Howson 1


Judo Coach & Competitor Kyle W.F Perry

Kyle W.F Perry

Kyle has been a part of the club since he was about 10 years old. He took to the sport very quickly and has been hooked ever since.

He is a 1st Dan and also trains at his second home The Budokwai London and is currently being trained by former European Champion 2012 Darcel Yandzi.

Current Achievements

London Kuresh Gold Medallist 2011
Southend Championships Gold Medallist 2011
Kent International Championships Bronze Medallist 2012
Western Open Silver Medallist
Northern Open Bronze medallist 2012
Judo Coach & Competitor Robert Aston

Robert Aston

Rob started Judo when he was around seven when the club then was run by his Dad – Paul Aston.

Rob also trains at Renzoku Judo Club Milton Keynes and is currently trained by Judo's Northern Home Counties representative Dave Clark. He became our clubs first 1st Dan and is our clubs theory expert.

Current Achievements

Northern Home Counties Gold Medallist 2009
Competitor in the National Team Championships 2009
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