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Mixed fortunes for Tower Hamlets at London Youth Games

PUBLISHED: 09:00 21 June 2017

Tower Hamlets judo team posing for a selfie at Crystal Palace

Tower Hamlets judo team posing for a selfie at Crystal Palace

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It was mixed fortunes for Tower Hamlets in their London Youth Games action this weekend.

Veras brothers pose for a picture with their coach and bronze medals at Crystal PalaceVeras brothers pose for a picture with their coach and bronze medals at Crystal Palace

The judo team, including the likes of brothers Luan, Liam and Luca Veras, landed bronze at the judo finals behind Hackney and Greenwich in Crystal Palace.

The boys landed a handful of medals in the 34kg category, as well as the 30kg and 46kg events, which proved vital in the final positioning.

Meanwhile, the girls’ handball team were not so successful and failed to win a game at their finals at the Copper Box Arena, although they managed a 2-2 draw against Islington.

They lost to Redbridge (10-2), Croydon (4-0) and Newham (7-3) to go crashing out of the competition.

Tower Hamlets girls' handball teamTower Hamlets girls' handball team

Tower Hamlets teams will be back in action and looking for success in the road cycling and sailing events, which take place at the Lee Valley Velopark and Queen Mary’s Reservoir this coming weekend.

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