Ikkyo Awards Night

Student of the Year – champion of champions - Steven Bailey

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Grading with Sensei Poynton : Dec 2011

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CHAMPION! – KUGB Student Champs!

What an excellent result, with 15 medals there’s almost too many to mention!
Special congrats to Rosie for winning the ladies kumite! And to Matt Foster for getting silver in the junior kata. Massive bunch of bronze medals to Rosie, Kat, Kate, Karen, Graham, Tim, Kerry (4 medals!). Tyrone and Steve performed well in some tough categories.

Course with Sensei Lyndon Davies

 

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North West Open 2011

Congratulations to everyone who competed at the North West Open! Well done to Steven Bailey, Anya Edwardes, Rosie Reading, Meleri Pryse and Colin Ferguson who, along with 9 of our University Club members, all competed at the North West Open in Atherton. A special congratulations to:
Meleri Pryse who won Gold in Five Step Kumite, Gold in Ippon Kumite and Bronze in Ladies Kumite;
Anya Edwardes who won Silver in Five Step Kumite and Silver in Ippon Kumite; and
Our University Team Kata made up of Tyrone Robinson, Timothy Hudson and Kerry Thomas, who won 4th place in the Mixed Team Kata event.

Student Champs

Congratulations to the Uni team for performing so well at the KUGB Student Championships. Alex, Tyrone and Graham brought home 1st place in the Team Kata with Ciaran, Tim and Kerry coming 2nd. Ciaran then went on to win the brown belt Kata event too. Fantastic result guys!

Congratulations to everyone for doing so well at the Kyu Grade Champs

A good turn out saw us coming home with some good results. Scott Fleming won gold in the Men’s Kata, and also won silver in the team kata alongside Tim Hudson and Kerry Thomas. Scott, Tim, Nat Wright and Mark Reading took bronze in the Men’s Team Kumite, and Nat and Samuel Pike took gold and silver in the ippon kumite. Well done!

We’d also like to say a big well done to Anya, Rosie, Christopher and Ryan for also doing very well but unfortunately came home empty handed… this time. Let’s hope you get the luck you deserve next time.

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