Kyu Gradings March 2014

Updated: Dec 12, 2021

Congratulations to all students who passed their kyu gradings!


The weeks following the grading should not be viewed as rest periods - your training should continue regardless, remember Funakoshi Sensei's words on karate being like boiling water. Visit your dojo as often as possible and practice as the work for your next grading has begun already. To progress, from yellow belt onwards, a student should be attending twice a week.


For those students who were awarded the quarterly trophy, it was a real red letter day. The trophies, as always, were given out for a multitude of different reasons.


Congratulations to all trophy recipients who were:-


CLUB TROPHY WINNERS

AMPTHILL NOT AWARDED

BRICKHILL MAREK CIPAR

BUSHFIELD LIWIA LEDWON

CEDAR STIA RALEIGH

CLAPHAM DANIEL PALCU

KEMPSTON ROY CURRIE

RISELEY NOT AWARDED

BLETCHLEY JOSHUA KAIGG

NEWPORT PAGNELL TYLER BATCHELOR

NEWTON LONGVILLE NICHOLAS ALLEN

WOLVERTON NOT AWARDED


DON'T FORGET!

The next course is on SUNDAY May 18th at 14:30 - it is the CFTS Executive Course given by Renshi Kidby, Shihan O'Reilly and Shihan McClagish.


Make a note of the date and remember that it is on a Sunday and not a Saturday like previous courses.

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