The Kent Trust for Youth Sport keeps a close eye on all of its recipients, however after the cheque presentation Molly was but a mere shadow on the mats during training. Ranked 11th in the world, Molly returned to Walderslade Judo Club where she grew up to receive a cheque from KT4YS and Questor Insurance. The shy 15-year-old off the mats is a dedicated and committed Judo player on the mats, ensuring that no-one is left standing in her way.
Andrew Lawrence, CEO said “I am very pleased that Questor Insurance is able to support Molly through the Kent Trust for Youth Sport. Molly works hard at school during the week, trains harder during the evenings and competes even harder at weekends! She is a determined young lady and I look forward to seeing her progress.”
Simon Philip, Chair of KT4YS, said “As one of the youngest in the Cadet age group, Molly is already showing her true potential. She medalled at a World Tour competition last year in Croatia and was selected to represent Great Britain in the European Championships this year. The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are firmly in her sights.”
Read Molly Harvey’s biography here
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