Fenland martial arts stars begin club’s title defence with silverware haul

Martials arts stars from the BCKA show off their silverware after the first event in the Peterboroug

Martials arts stars from the BCKA show off their silverware after the first event in the Peterborough series. - Credit: Archant

MARTIAL arts stars from the British and Chinese Kickboxing Association began their Peterborough Series title defence with an impressive showing in the first event.

The BCKA, who train in Wisbech, March, Chatteris and Whittlesey, were named grand champions after dominating last year’s contest.

And they made a strong start in this campaign, with Fenland fighters bringing back a large haul of silverware from Werrington Sports Centre.

Jazmyn Evans, Charlotte Cameron, Freya Molloy, Scott Wesley and Wayne Whitehead led the way by triumphing in their categories.

Coach Andy Whitwell said: “We had a great day and I’m very proud of all of our fighters who, as usual, put in 100 per cent effort.”

Full results

Jazmyn Evans u4 ft Girls - Intermediate points Champion

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Harley Hilliam u35kg boys - Intermediate continuous 3rd

Edward Paddock u35kg boys - Advanced continuous 2nd

Edward Paddock u40kg boys - Advanced continuous 2nd

Jaden Harris u5’2” girls - Intermediate points 2nd

Jaden Harris u5’4” girls - Intermediate points 2nd

Jaden Harris u55kg girls - Intermediate continuous 3rd

Charlotte Cameron u5’2” girls - Intermediate points Champion

Charlotte Cameron u55kg girls - Intermediate continuous 2nd

Freya Molloy u 5’4” girls - Intermediate points Champion

Jess Child u69kg ladies - Advanced points 3rd

Billy Rosser u65kg men - Beginner continuous 3rd

Cairan Veni o80kg men - Intermediate continuous 2nd

Scott Wesley u74kg men - Intermediate points 2nd

Scott Wesley u84kg men - Intermediate points Champion

Wayne Whitehead u84kg men - Intermediate Champion

Tom Street u64kg men - Advanced points 3rd

Lee Graham o84kg men - Advanced points 2nd

Ritchie Walton o84kg men - Advanced points 3rd

Aaron Godden u79kg Veteran - Advanced points 2nd

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