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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