A LITTLE Sutton ju-jitsu club made their mark with a series of fine displays at a combined martial arts course held on the Wirral.
The Bugei-Ki-Ryu Ju-Jitsu Club attended the event at Bidston Tennis Centre, which featured a collection of youngsters from different martial-art backgrounds and gave them the opportunity to train and compete against rival clubs.
Former Little Sutton instructor Philip Rhodes, alongside the club's current instructor Eric Marshall, was present to demonstrate techniques to juniors and seniors.
Rhodes was impressed with the organisation of the course.
He said: 'It was a huge success, giving instructors from different backgrounds the opportunities to share good practices from warm up activities through to techniques and drills that the students could practice.
'The event was well supported from Little Sutton students as usual as well as students from across Merseyside.'
Little Sutton dominated the seven-to-eight years category with Connor Hope defeating clubmate Reece Kanu in the final.
The course also gave the youngsters the chance to witness four chief instructors from ju-jitsu, judo, kung fu and weapons demonstrating their own styles.