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.