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Taw Kwon Do success for West Norfolk school

Mark Farnham Tae Kwon-Do schools. TAGB Midlands Championships 2014 on Sunday 15th June 2014 at the Worcester Arena.
Back, from left: C.Simpson, J.Benefer, A.Hardy, C.Palmer (Thetford), J.Russell, Front: T.Ward, H.Russell, H.Bunting, L.Hardy, C.Pearman.

Mark Farnham Tae Kwon-Do schools. TAGB Midlands Championships 2014 on Sunday 15th June 2014 at the Worcester Arena. Back, from left: C.Simpson, J.Benefer, A.Hardy, C.Palmer (Thetford), J.Russell, Front: T.Ward, H.Russell, H.Bunting, L.Hardy, C.Pearman.

The TAGB Midlands Championships at Worcester Arena proved hugely successful for the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon Do.

They came away with 20 medals, including a massive 11 golds.

More than 500 competitors took part in 16 fighting areas with 23 students from Mark Farnham Schools in action.

Due to the high volume of competitors, 16 fighting areas and more than 100 officials were needed.

Although the event was a classed as an area championship for the middle of England, clubs from further afield including Wales attended in disciplines ranging from pattern, sparring, destruction and team sparring.

Mark Farnham Schools are now preparing for their next event – the North Midlands Championships in Derby next month.

There was a massive haul of medals for Lynn, who entered 14 students and achieved 17 awards.

Anyone interested in learning a martial art in a fun and friendly atmosphere should contact Mark on 07771 644460 or visit www.mftkd.co.uk.

Lynn School results: Jack Benefer men’s black belt, sparring 3rd; Harvey Bunton boys red belt sparring 3rd; Alaina Hardy ladies yellow belt sparring 2nd, team sparring 3rd; Lauren Hardy girls black belt sparring 3rd; Jonathan Mendes boys blue belt sparring 3rd, team sparring 1st; Chloe Pearman girls blue belt sparring 2nd; Harry Russell boys blue belt sparring 1st, team Sparring 1st; James Russell boys black belt sparring 1st; Nick Shea men’s black belt sparring 2nd, patterns 1st; Charlotte Simpson ladies black belt sparring 1st, patterns 1st, team sparring 1st; Tristan Ward boys blue belt sparring 3rd.

 
 
 

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