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Association training day

Saturday the 28th of August saw the first association training day since lockdown finished. With the last eighteen months putting training on hold, it was good to finally get back on the mat and trains with our many friends from all of the association clubs.


In addition to training, several students from West Sussex took their gradings. Congratulations to the following students:-

Juniors

Zack Banks - 2nd tab Yellow belt.

Orlando Farci - Orange belt

Gianluca Farci - Orange belt

Molly Lashwood - Orange belt

Michael Wright - Brown/White belt

Seniors

Anthony Wheelan - Yellow belt


SATURDAY 15TH APRIL 2017

ASSOCIATION SEMINAR WITH HANSHI COSIMA COSTA

On the 15th of April, the association held a seminar at Medway Park Leisure Centre. There was a very good turnout with over 50 members from across the many clubs of the association. The association was honoured to have Hanshi Cosimo Costa travel from Sicily to teach. Sensei Jim Kirkham and Sensei Dave Haddell were also teaching. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day with lots of valuable knowledge being passed on. Below is a photo of the attendees.

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19th OF MAY - GRADINGS

Several students from the West Sussex clubs took their gradings on the 18th of May. Sensei Jim Kerkham travelled down to grade the students and they all performed admirably. Below is a picture of the proud bunch.




















Back row - Sensei Sid Martin, Sensei Phil Moore, Ed Stone (Orange), Chris Fuller (Orange), Sensei Jim Kerkham


Middle row - Aaron Banks (Brown/Black stripe), Ptolemy Shurman (Green/White), Blake Makinson (Yellow), Charlie Scott-Reid (Purple/White)


Front row - Max Quin (Yellow), Joe Carroll (Yellow)

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CONGRATULATIONS TO SENSEI’S SID MARTIN AND ROD CULLEN

Congratulations to Senseni Sid Martin and Sensei Rod Cullen for passing their 4th Dan grading. They both worked very hard other the past few months preparing for their grading, and put in maximum effort on the day and earned their 4th Dan’s. Well done, your students are very proud of you.


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