Double first for Hunstanton East Coast academy

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East Coast Martial Arts Academy (known as Hunstanton Tang Soo Do) would like to congratulate students who entered the Unity International Games competition in Newark.

Very tough competition came from the likes of Jessie Jane from Britain’s Got Talent, stuntman/actor Luke Scott and actress Zara Phythian.

The students that managed to bring back trophies were: Jessica Douglas 1st in musical weapons and 3rd in musical forms, Rory Sewell 1st in creative weapons, Daniel McNeice 3rd in weapons, 3rd in fighting, Oliver Gathercole 3rd in forms and 3rd in fighting, Megan Over 2nd in fighting, Keiron Forshaw 3rd in fighting, Shannon Forshaw 2nd in weapons and 2nd in creative weapons, Cheyanne Forshaw 3rd in creative forms, Luke Toner-Walsh 2nd in forms, Michal Wilfling 2nd in forms and 2nd in fighting.

The next competition is in Holland on October 17. If anyone is interested in a free trial session please call Ian on 07806622154.

East Coast Martial Arts have a full-time school in Hunstanton and have classes running six days a week. Other classes are in Wells, North Creake, Burnham Market and Docking.