Chelmsford Shotokan Karate Club and our medal winners are in the Essex Chronicle Newspaper today (31 July 2014) - both on the Back Page and on Page 63.
Photograph: Essex Chronicle Back Page - (L-R) Aya Rainer, Mia Hillsden and Teah Pope. All three won individual medals and collectively they won the Team Kata Event to be crowned in the second year in succession as National Youth Champions.
Photograph: Essex Chronicle, Page 63 - 'Team Chelmsford' - the squad that went to the National Youth Championship -
Back row (L-R) Megan Naylor-Jones, Eric Austin-Coskry, Teah Pope, Richard Naylor-Jones (Coach), Aya Rainer, Matthew Dowling and Jack Hillsden. Front row (L-R) Alexander Lockett, Mia Hillsden, Anya Dunbar, Romilly Pope and Rachel Cohen - missing from the 13 who entered were Jamie Lottering and Leah Rodrigues.
Photograph: The Essex Chronicle Article, Page 63 that was below the Team picture
The article explains the recent Competition success we have enjoyed at the Karate Union of Great Britain (KUGB) National Youth Championship earlier this month. Both photographs published are excellent and were taken at our Chelmsford Dojo at Dovedale Sports Centre.
The Essex Chronicle is a weekly newspaper and this article was published this week in the Thursday July 31, 2014 edition (Price 90p).
Well done to everyone!