Brotherly love: Kickboxer Grant claims family bragging rights as BCKA dominate

KICKBOXING brothers Grant and Courtney Brown met for the first time in open competition - and it was Grant who secured the bragging rights.

The Whittlesey pair, who represent the British and Chinese Kickboxing Association, clashed in the under-74kg advanced men final at the second round of the Peterborough Championship series.

Grant’s victory was the highlight of a triumphant meet for the BCKA, who train in Wisbech, March, Chatteris and Whittlesey. The Fenland fighters dominated their categories to leave the club in prime position to retain their title.

The impressive showing was part of a memorable fortnight for the BCKA, who also took six members to a charity event called ‘Fight for the Century’.

Two students, Zac Culpin and Rob Clarke, have also passed their first degree black belts after a successful grading at Corby.


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Anyone wishing to join the BCKA should contact Andy Whitwell on 07969792286 or visit www.bcka-peterborough.co.uk

Peterborough Championship Series - Full Results.

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Jazmyn Evans - girls under-30kg - 3rd

Edward Paddock - boys under-35kg intermediate - 3rd

Charlotte Cameron - girls under-50kg intermediate - 2nd

Harry Nunn - boys over-70kg advanced - champion

Zac Culpin - boys over-70kg advanced - 2nd

Points

Braydon Evans - boys peewee - 3rd

Freya Molloy - girls under-5ft 2in intermediate - 2nd

Jaden Harris - girls under-5ft 2in beginner - champion

Lauren Dixon - girls under-5ft 2in beginner - 2nd

Harry Nunn - boys under-4ft 4in - champion

Scott Wesley - under-74kg intermediate men - 2nd

Wayne Whitehead - under-74kg intermediate men - champion

Craig Whitehead - under-84kg intermediate men - 2nd

Courtney Brown - under-74kg advanced men - 2nd

Grant Brown - under-74kg advanced men - champion

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