Ju-Jitsu - Students make the grade

PUBLISHED: 10:08 17 March 2006 | UPDATED: 21:46 28 May 2010

SENIOR students from Fenland Ju-Jitsu took part in a landmark grading session on Sunday. The local grading was the first since sensei Martin Hunnable was licensed by the British Ju-Jitsu Association (BJJA) to carry out 1st kyu senior gradings. Hunnable sa

SENIOR students from Fenland Ju-Jitsu took part in a landmark grading session on Sunday.The local grading was the first since sensei Martin Hunnable was licensed by the British Ju-Jitsu Association (BJJA) to carry out 1st kyu senior gradings.Hunnable said: "I was as nervous, if not more so, than the students but once again they didn't let me down and they all put in excellent performances."Ten students graded on Sunday and all were successful. They were: Yellow belt 6th kyu - Neil Lythaby, Kaylee Butler, Chris Askew and two students (names withheld); Orange belt 5th kyu - Robert Higgins and Robert Taylor; Blue belt 3rd kyu - Hans Schunmann, Lee Jarvis and James Hankins.Anyone who would like a free trial of ju-jitsu with fully qualified and insured, experienced, friendly and CRB checked instructors, whether it be for fitness, fun, confidence or self-defence can contact Martin or Lisa on 01945 861291.- More information is also available on the website at www.fenlandju-jitsu.co.uk


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