Megan shines for East Coast Hunstanton at Mercia open

East Coast Marital Arts Academy would like to congratulate our squad team on their success at Mercia open

East Coast Marital Arts Academy would like to congratulate our squad team on their success at Mercia open

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East Coast Martial Arts Academy, Hunstanton, tasted success at the Mercia open karate championships on Sunday.

There were 49 medals won and a Grandchampion.

Their next competition is the World Games in Germany in July.

Medals: Megan Over gold in forms, weapons & creativity, silver sparring and overall Grandchampion; Natasha Southerland gold in forms & weapons, silver in sparring; Rory Sewell gold in forms & weapons, silver in sparring and creativity; Matt Wood gold in weapons, silver in forms send bronze in sparring; Alisha Savery gold in creativity, silver in forms & weapons and bronze in sparring.; Oscar Curtis gold in forms and bronze in weapons; Izzy Noakes silver in forms and bronze in sparring; Sam Pickard gold in forms and silver in weapons; Tyler Forshaw gold in weapons & silver forms; Cheyanne Forshaw gold in sparring & bronze in weapons; Shannon Forshaw bronze in creativity; Amalia Miller silver in sparring and forms; Daniel Douglas silver in weapons; Sonny Smith bronze in weapons; Nula Granger-Townsend silver in forms; George Woodhouse silver in sparring & bronze in forms; Zak Moore gold in forms and bronze in creativity; Michal EVžen Wilfling bronze in weapons and sparring; Thomas Moores gold in sparring and bronze in forms; Georgia Moores little dragons medal.; Alice Tuck silver in forms and bronze in sparring; Joshua Tuck bronze in weapons and sparring; Christopher Tuck bronze in forms and sparring.