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Students make the grade at Wicklewood

PUBLISHED: 15:54 05 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:20 16 September 2010

Some of the students after the grading at Wicklewood.

Some of the students after the grading at Wicklewood.

THE Ko Yama Ryu Goshin Jitsu Club held its annual summer grading at Wicklewood Village Hall recently.

Joining the regular club instructors, Kate and Oliver Garwood, was sensei Dave Redding from Norfolk Tomiki Kwai.

THE Ko Yama Ryu Goshin Jitsu Club held its annual summer grading at Wicklewood Village Hall recently.

Joining the regular club instructors, Kate and Oliver Garwood, was sensei Dave Redding from Norfolk Tomiki Kwai.

With 27 students present the day got off to a flying start with a fantastic display of ability from the lowest grades and youngest students.

The second two classes grading had a tougher time as they are getting closer to the coveted black belt. With smiles all round, the club had a successful day with everyone sporting their new belts.

Anyone interested in Goshin Jitsu can visit the club website for further details www.koyamaryu.com

Mat One (left to right )

Front row - Jamie Watson, Alexandra Wolstenholme, Haidee Ford, Ellie Florence, Jack Vincent.

Second row - Max Tofts, Kirsten Angus, Alex Angus, Molly Young, Jade Hanner.

Back row - Sensei Kate Garwood, Cameron Goldie, Ashleigh Goldie, India McDermott-Brown, Tom McDermott-Brown, Sensei Dave Redding and Sensei Oliver Garwood

Mat Two

Front row - Owen Sully, Mia Thomsett-Hurrell, Sophie McLennen.

Back row - Sensei Kate Garwood, Peter Kentish de la Iglesias, Alice Charlish, Sam Thomsett-Hurell Sensei Dave Redding and Sensei Oliver Garwood

Mat Three

Front row - Joseph Ireland, Kayley Ford, Megan Wolstenholme

Back row - Sensei Kate Garwood, Charlie Stratton, Nathaniel Jones, Mark Ford, Oliver Charlish, Sensei Dave Redding and Sensei Oliver Garwood.


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