|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on September 21, 2015 at 6:35 AM|
Peterborough area BCKA clubs have been very busy over the last few weekends, as always our fighters performed superbly with many medals and trophies being collected at the three Championships.
I am very proud of our fighters who compete again this weekend (Saturday 26th September) in the BCKA Tri-Series. The Tri-Series is a new event where Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire clubs compete against each other in a league system to determine who is the best fighter of the three counties; first and second place in each category will compete in a ‘Fight Night’ for the Grand Champion belt and is going to be a great event.
If anybody would like to join our clubs and have the chance to compete at local, national and international level tournaments, contact Senior Executive Instructor - Andy Whitwell on 07969 792286 or check the website www.bcka-peterborough.co.uk
Below are the details of each competition entered over the last 3 weeks:
High Peak Championships (Revolution martial arts) - held on Sunday 6th September at Chapel Leisure Centre, Chapel on Le Frith, High Peaks Derbyshire.
There was a massive turnout of fighters, some of which we had met at the Irish open, the level of fighter was outstanding.
Girls 13-16 -55kg Points - Silver
Girls 13-16 -55kg Continuous - Bronze
Girls 13-16 +55kg Points - Champion
Girls 13-16 +55kg Continuous - Bronze
Men's -75kg Points - Runner Up
Men's -75kg Continuous - Runner Up
Ladies +65kg Points - Runner Up
Ladies +65kg Continuous - Bronze
Boys 13-16 -45kg Points - Champion
Boys 13-16 -45kg Continuous - Champion
The Norfolk open – held at the Stalham sports centre, Stalham, Norfolk.
This event was slightly quieter than usual due to four more major championships throughout the UK, however the standard of fighter was still very good and our club fighters performed very well to dominate the event.
Boys 165+ U18 months training - Champion.
Boys 165+ O18 months training - Champion.
Boys 165+ U18 months training - 2nd.
Boys 155- U18 months training - Champion.
Boys 165+ O18 months training - 2nd.
Girls 165+ U18 months training - Champion.
Ladies 65kg+ U18 months training - 2nd
Ladies 65kg - 2nd.
Girls 165+ U18 months training - 2nd.
Ladies 65kg+ U18 months training - Champion.
Men 85kg- U18 months training - Champion.
Men 85kg+ U18 months training - Champion.
Men 85kg+ O18 months training - Champion.
Men 85kg+ U18 months training – 2nd
Men 85kg+ O18 months training - 2nd.
Men 75kg+ O18 months training - 3rd.
FSK Grand Championships was held on 13th September, at George H Carnall Sports Centre, Manchester.
The Annual event is the longest running tournament in the UK and this was the 28th consecutive year. A good turn out with the majority of Fighters to attend the WKC World Championships in Portugal next month.
Ashton Brannigan was unlucky to find himself in a very large section but fought very well and has gained some valuable experience ready for International events in 2016
Girls 13-15 -50kg Points - Champion
Girls 16-18 -55kg Points - Champion
Girls 16-18 -55kg Continuous - Champion
Girls 13-15 +50kg Points - Champion
Girls 13-15 +50kg Continuous -Silver
Men's -75kg Points - Champion
Men's -75kg Continuous - Champion
Ladies +60kg Points - Silver
Ladies +60kg Continuous - Bronze
Boys 13-15 -50kg Points - Champion
Boys 13-15 -50kg Continuous - Champion
Boys 16-18 -60kg Points - Bronze
Boys Under 13 -35kg Points - Runner Up
Boys Under 13 -35kg Continuous - Runner Up
|Posted by email@example.com on March 23, 2015 at 12:30 PM|
Great effort from our fighters over the last two weekends!
We entered the Norfolk Open on 15th March with our club fighters and one International competitor (Eddy Paddock) and the squad fighters attended the Wkkc English national championships on 22nd March -
The team did Peterborough BCKA proud and we are looking forward to the BCKA Nationals on May 16th
Other news: Congratulations to BCKA student & Wisbech instructor Simon Munday who qualities as a WKC national referee on Saturday in Manchester. Well done Simon
Age 7-9 Nicholas Shackalis & Ashton Brannigan - 2nd
Nicholas Shackalis -155cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd
Kelsey Lock -165cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd
Kelsey Lock -155cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd
Jamie Kynaston -155cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd
Eddy Paddock -155cm (18 months and over training) - Champion
Tasha Matthews Kids -165cm - 2nd
Sam Spencer +165cm (Under 18 months training) - Champion
Zac Culpin Traditional Kata (4th belt and over-over 17years) - Champion
Zac Culpin Men -75kg (18 months and over training) - Champion
Colin Lock Men 75Kg+ (no details 0f over or under 18 months training) - Champion
Colin Lock Men veterans (35 years +) - 3rd
Adam Lock -155cm (Under 18 months training) - Champion
Adam Lock -165cm (Under 18 months training) - Champion
Adam Lock -155cm ( 18 months and over training) - Champion
Claire Patient Ladies - 2nd
Ashton Brannigan Kids -35kg All levels - 2nd
Kelsey Lock Kids -35kg All levels - 3rd
Adam Lock Kids -40kg All levels - 2nd
Tasha Matthews Kids -45kg All levels - 2nd
Sam Spencer Boys - 60kg All levels - 2nd
Wkkc English national championships
Cadets, Continuous -45kg -Champion
Cadets, Points - 45kg - Champion
Cadets, Points -50kg - Champion
Cadets, Continuous -50kg - Silver
Juniors, Points -55kg - Silver
Juniors, Continuous -65kg - Champion
Cadets, Points -60kg - Champion
Cadets, Continuous -60kg - Champion
Ladies, Continuous -70kg - Silver
Men's, Points -70kg - Bronze
Men's, Points -75kg - Silver
Men's, Points -80kg - Bronze
Men's, Points -70kg - Silver
Men's, Points -75kg - Bronze
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on February 5, 2015 at 10:20 AM|
Well done to our Squad fighters that attended the first event of the new season - WKC English Championships (light contact) in Manchester on 1/2/15
The following members fought well in each section to collect the following medals and qualify for the WKC World Championships in Portugal in November:
Jaden Harris Cadets 13-15 -50kg Silver
Jaden Harris Junior 16-17 -50kg Champion
Eddy Paddock Cadets 13-15 -50kg Silver
Freya Molloy Cadets 13-15 -60kg Champion
Leon Gold Men's -70kg Silver
Chelsea Munday ladies -65kg Champion
|Posted by email@example.com on February 5, 2015 at 10:15 AM|
Peterborough BCKA are pleased to announce that two of our members collected titles at the Peterborough Evening Telegraph sports awards, the other finalists collected 'Highly Commended' awards in very competitive sections, well done to all!
Eddy Paddock - Young sportsman of the year - Winner
Freya Molloy - Young sportswoman of the year - Winner
Jaden Harris - Young sportswoman of the year - Highly commended
Leon Gold - Sportsman of the year - Highly commended
Andy Whitwell - Coach of the year - Highly commended
Peterborough BCKA - Team of the year - Highly commended
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on January 22, 2015 at 6:00 AM|
Peterborough BCKA are please to announce that the Peterborough Evening Telegraph sports awards, to be held at the Cresset, Peterborough on 30 January will feature a selection of our team members.
The following members were nominated in the voting for Sports person of the year in their categories.
Eddy Paddock - Young sportsman of the year
Freya Molloy - Young sportswoman of the year
Jaden Harris - Young sportswoman of the year
Leon Gold - Sportsman of the year
Grant Brown - Sportsman of the year
Andy Whitwell - Coach of the year
Also Peterborough BCKA has made it to the final of Peterborough Evening Telegraph sports awards - Team of the year
Eddy, Freya, Jaden, Leon and Andy collected enough telephone votes to make it to the final three, unfortunately Grant fell slightly short of the final three, but will attend the awards as part of our team along with Chelsea Munday, Courtney Brown and Simon Munday.
We hope to have a few of these finalists collect the title, it would be especially nice to win the team of the year as we are going against teams such as Peterborough United football club, Peterborough Town cricket club and Peterborough Lions rugby club.
Watch this space for an update after the presentation and good luck to all.
|Posted by email@example.com on January 3, 2015 at 11:35 AM|
A brand-new club is opening on January 5, 2015, I'm fully expecting this to be a very good and successful club.
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|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on October 22, 2014 at 7:55 PM|
Six Peterborough BCKA Fenland fighters gearing up for WKC Championships with medals on their minds
Between Peteborough BCKA competitors Chelsea Munday, Freya Molloy, Jaden Harris, Eddy Paddock, Leon Gold and Grant Brown have, in 2014, collected an impressive 52 titles, 25 of which have been at British or European level.
So it should come as no surprise that executive instructor Andy Whitwell thinks his fighters all have a great opportunity to win medals at the championships, which takes place in Albufeira from November 1-4.
He said: “I am confident that they will do very well, they are six of the best.
“These students are on top of their game and are by far the best fighters in their categories in this area.
“The loyalty and dedication shown by these members make them a pleasure to teach and work with.
“We are all part of a great team working closely with the England squad, pulling in the same direction and I believe this is the backbone of Peterborough BCKA and the reason why we are so successful.
“Without loyalty and respect the team would not enjoy the current results.
“I cannot praise these fighters enough, they are all single-minded in the pursuit for excellence and by training as often and as hard as they do, being as focused as they are, they are giving themselves a great opportunity to win a medal and possibly come home as a WKC World Champion.”
Courtney Brown of Whittlesey also qualified for the championships but recently had a baby daughter so can not make the trip.
The kickboxers are looking for sponsorship to help fund their championship dreams.
If anyone can offer assistance to members of this team, contact Andy Whitwell on 07969792286 or e-mail email@example.com
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on October 22, 2014 at 8:00 AM|
The Peterborough BCKA club have six of their fighters preparing to take on the world.
Representing England in the WKC World Karate and Kick-boxing Championships in Portugal next month will be Chelsea Munday, Leon Gold, Jaden Harris, Grant Brown, Freya Molloy and Eddie Paddock.
The championships take place in Albufeira from November 1-4.
Proud coach Andy Whitwell said: “It’s a great achievement to have six fighters from one club competing and I am obviously very proud.
“And I am confident they will do very well. They really are six of the best.
“I cannot praise them enough. They are all single-minded in the pursuit for excellence and by training as often and as hard as they do, and being as focused as they are, they are giving themselves a great opportunity to win a medal and possibly come home as a world champion.”
To qualify for the WKC World Championships fighters had to win medals at the WKC British Championships.
And there were in fact seven Peterborough fighters who achieved that but Courtney Brown from Whittlesey is unable to travel due to family commitments.
The six making the trip have won an impressive 52 titles in 2014, 25 of which have been either British or European. A further 21 titles were gained at open competitions.
The outstanding students train five to six times a week and apart from improving their skills they also do a lot of road running and circuit training.
Whitwell added: “And it is not only on the competition mats where their success has manifested. Many of them have also had sports awards presented to them and this is a direct result of the performances within martial arts and I am proud to say that I have been a big part of their progress and development.”
Freya Molloy is the reigning Peterborough Telegraph Junior Sportswoman of the Year and Chelsea Munday and Eddy Paddock were runners-up in their categories, while Jaden Harris was voted Ken Stimpson School Sports Personality of the Year and Paddock the Sir Harry Smith Community College Sports Personality of the Year
The six are always on the lookout for sponsors and if anybody is willing to help they can contact Andy Whitwell on 07969792286 or e-mail email@example.com
Major honours won in 2014
BCKA Nationals: Gold (1)
WKC British Championships: Gold (2), Silver (1), Bronze (1)
WKC European Open Championships: Bronze (1)
WKKC English Championships: Silver (1), Bronze (1)
WKC British Championships: Bronze (1)
WKC European Open Championships: Silver (1), Bronze (1)
WKC British Championships: Gold (1), Bronze (3)
WKC European Open Championships: Silver (1), Bronze (2)
FSK Grand Championships: Gold (2), Silver (1)
WKKC English Championships: Gold (1), Bronze (2)
Irish Open: Bronze (1)
BCKA Nationals: Gold (2), Silver (1)
FSK Grand Championships : Silver (1)
WKC English National Championships: Bronze (1)
WKC European Open Championships: Silver (1)
BCKA Nationals: Silver (2)
FSK Grand Championships: Bronze (2)
WKC British Championships: Gold (1), Silver (1), Bronze (1)
WKC European Open Championships: Gold (1), Dilver (3)
WKKC English Championships: Gold (1), Silver (1)
BCKA Nationals: Gold (2), Silver (1)
WKC British Championships: Gold (2), Silver (2)
Irish Open: Gold (2)
WKKC English Championships: Gold (2), Silver (1)
BCKA Nationals: Gold (4)
WKC European Open Championships: Bronze (2)
FSK Grand Championships: Gold (1), Silver (1)
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on September 2, 2014 at 3:25 AM|
Great news from the FSK British Championships which was held at George H Carnall Sports Centre, Kingsway Park, Urmston, Manchester on Sunday 31st August.
All Peterborough fighters are on top form, winning numerous 'open Championships' and British titles this year already and on Sunday the fighters took part in the prestigious FSK British Championships.
The fighters are training extremely hard and I believe that if they keep calm and focused at the world championships in Portugal at the end of next month, all have the potential to become world champions.
I am very proud of all of the fighters and we are now looking for new starters to learn from our squad and maybe go on to become world champions too, however fighting and competing is not compulsory as we offer kickboxing purely for fitness training too.
We are now looking to recruit the next wave of potential world champions, Contact Andy Whitwell on 07969792286 for further details
Boys U13 45kg Continuous Silver.
Boys 13-15 45kg Points Gold.
Girls 13/15 50kg Points Gold.
Girls 16/17 50kg Points Gold.
Girls 13/15 50kg Continuous Silver.
Girls 13/15 50kg Points Bronze.
Ladies 60kg Points Bronze.
Men's 75kg Points Runner Up.
Men's 75kg Points Silver.
Girls 16/17 +65kg Points Silver.
Ladies +60 Points Bronze.
|Posted by email@example.com on July 28, 2014 at 5:40 AM|
The event on 20th July was held at George H Carnall sports centre in Manchester and was the WKC European Open Championships, points and light continuous categories from 5 years to Veteran.
Seven Peterborough Fighters took part in this event gaining an impressive 13 medals, with one European Champion in Freya Molloy.
I am very proud of this group of fighters, individually they are doing well but as a team they are encouraging each other and training hard together, 2014 is proving to be a good year for us, the bond in this team is extremely strong and the support for each other and from the traveling army of parents and friends makes Peterborough BCKA a force to be reckoned with at any and every event we attend.
European open championships results:
Jaden Harris - Girls 13-15 -50kg, Light contact - Bronze
Jaden Harris - Girls 16-17 -60kg Points - Silver
Jaden Harris - Girls 13-15 -50kg Points - Bronze
Eddy Paddock - Boys 13-15 -45kg -Light contact - Bronze
Eddy Paddock - Boys under 12 -45kg - Light contact - Bronze
Freya Molloy - Girls 13-15 +50kg - Points - Silver
Freya Molloy - Girls 16-17 -60kg Points - Gold
Freya Molloy - Girls 13-15 +50kg - Light Contact - Bronze
Chelsea Munday - Girls 16-17 -65kg - Points - Bronze
Leon Gold - Men's -65 kg Points - Silver
Leon Gold - Mens -70 kg Points - Bronze
Grant Brown - Men's -70kg - Points - Silver
Courtney Brown - Mens -75kg - Points - Bronze
The competition on 27th July was the Peterborough Interclub Championships, hosted by Clifton Findley
This was a friendly get together from mostly Peterborough Fighters and although a quite small event the quality of fighters there was very good.
Competitors were matched up to create some excellent fights with the 'main bout' being between Peterborough BCKA Grant Brown and Joe Cheetham of Verve kickboxing, Grant won a thrilling fight of two rounds to collect the trophy and the prize money that was put up by the organiser.
As expected, our fighters dominated every category and crowned champions of 13 categories, from the 15 categories entered, proving once again that Peterborough BCKA are the strongest team in the area!
Taylor Evans - 8 year old - Points Gold
Braydon Evans - 9 year old - Points Gold
Jazmyn Evans - 12 year old - Points Gold
Ashton Brannigan - 8 years old - Points Silver
Ashton Brannigan - 9 years old - Continuous Gold
Kieran Wright - 9 year old - Points Silver
Kieran Wright - 8/9 years - Continuous Silver
Ali Mustafa - 10 year old - Points Silver
Eddy Paddock - 12 year old - Points Gold
Eddy Paddock - 10-12 years - Continuous Gold
Jaden Harris - 14 year old girls - Points Gold
Freya Molloy - Ladies - Points Gold
Freya Molloy - 14 years old girls - Points Silver
Vincent Spencer - 15 - 16 year old - Points Gold
Vincent Spencer - 16 year old - Continuous Gold
Chelsea Munday - Ladies - Points Bronze
Grant Brown - Mens - Points Gold
Grant Brown - Prize Fight - Champion
Ritchie Walton - Veteran Men - Gold