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Superstars

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The Townsend Thoresen Junior Superstars Championship
Presented by Ron Pickering and David Vine
This year's finalists compete in eight events at RAF Cosford and Patshull Park, Shropshire. For the first time the finalists will automatically qualify for next week's UK Superstars.
The competitors:
Paul Berry, under-18 judo champion from Manchester
Paul Donnelly, winner Northern Ireland and North West England. Gaelic football medallist
David McArdle, winner Midlands, Wales and West of England. A bi-athlete at Millfield School, Somerset
Stuart Pearson from Cheam, Surrey. His sport is water polo
Martyn Tomney, winner of Scotland and North East. Rugby union and athletics
Paul Trotman from Long Buckby, Northants. Rugby union, baseball and soccer
Glenn Wallis, winner London and South East. Number two in Great Britain's under-21 judo squad
Chris Whur, county triple jump and pentathlon champion from North Humberside
Produced in association with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc

Contributors

Presenter: Ron Pickering
Presenter: David Vine
Competitor: Paul Berry
Competitor: Paul Donnelly
Competitor: David McArdle
Competitor: Stuart Pearson
Competitor: Martyn Tomney
Competitor: Paul Trotman
Competitor: Glenn Wallis
Competitor: Chris Whur
Production Team: Peter Fitton
Production Team: John Leggett
Production Team: Liz Gladwell
Television Production: Peter Hylton Cleaver

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