Following last week's feature in the South Woodham Focus Magazine on the 'Young Shotokan Tigers Shine bright for the Mayor' the Essex Chronicle have published a report in this weeks newspaper.
The article "Club Host festival of karate' is an excellent report on the competition for children aged 4-15 years old and explains that Chelmsford won six titles (Golds) plus four silver and eight bronze medals! there was a demonstration by Chelmsford's Raquel Amaro (European Kata Champion- ESKA) and Jamie Lottering (KUGB British Students Team Kata Champion), moneyraised for the KUGB's Annual Chosen Charity 'The Zachary Geddis Break the Silence Trust' - all in the presence of the Mayor of Chelmsford Councillor Bob Massey.
A big thank you to everyone to all the Competitors, Clubs and Coaches, the officials and helpers, the supporters, all our sponsors (* see below) and our special guest the Mayor of Chelmsford Councillor Bob Massey.
The article is on page 82 in the 14th November 2019 Edition and you can buy a copy of the Essex Chronicle for £1.70 from retailers in the Chelmsford area.
Thank you to the essex Chronicle for publishing this article.
(*) Shotokan Tigers Competition Sponsors: Asha Style, Church and Hawes, Finishing Touches, JCY Steel Supplies, Kamae Martial Arts Equipment, Regashi Karate Academy, Senshuken SKC, ST Clothing, Stock SKC and Wok Inn.
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