WORLD No 9 Ben Fletcher delivered a masterclass at Banbury Judo Club.

The 27-year-old, who competed for Great Britain at the Rio Olympics in 2016, provided tuition to about 45 judoka.

Fletcher, who now represents Ireland, is targeting a second Olympic appearance next summer in Tokyo.

The session came after several Banbury members competed at the Northern Home Counties Kyu Championship in High Wycombe.

Two of them came face-to-face in the under 81kg bronze medal contest.

Iain Osenton beat clubmate Martin Thompson to take third place, while he and Nathan Britton-Copping earned points towards gaining their black belts.

Ian Honer won two of his three fights, but the one defeat came against a competitor merged from a different weight, so he took gold in the under 100kg class.

David Strachan came away with a bronze in a closely-fought over 100kg category.

Every competitor finished with two wins and two defeats, with positions determined by the speed of the victories.

The haul was completed by Hannah Mohammad, who took silver in the under 78kg section.