Lock claims three titles as Peterborough BCKA produce impressive Norfolk Open showing
- Credit: Archant
Adam Lock led the way as Peterborough BCKA fighters returned home from the Norfolk Open with a handful of medals.
Lock won three titles, while Zac Culpin clinched two titles. Eddy Paddock, Sam Spencer and Colin Lock also clinched championships.
Executive instructor Andy Whitwell said: “The whole team fought well but I was especially impressed with Tasha Matthews, Claire Patient and Sam Spencer who had very tough fights.”
Results: Tag team Age 7-9 Nicholas Shackalis & Ashton Brannigan - 2nd.
Points: Nicholas Shackalis -155cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd; Kelsey Lock -165cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd, -155cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd; Jamie Kynaston -155cm (Under 18 months training) - 2nd; Eddy Paddock -155cm (18 months and over training) - Champion; Sam Spencer +165cm (Under 18 months training) - Champion; Zac Culpin Traditional Kata (4th belt and over-over 17years) - Champion, Men -75kg (18 months and over training) - Champion; Colin Lock Men 75Kg+ (no details of over or under 18 months training) - Champion, Men veterans (35 years +) - 3rd; Adam Lock -155cm (Under 18 months training) - Champion, -165cm (Under 18 months training) - Champion, -155cm ( 18 months and over training) - Champion.
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Continuous: Ashton Brannigan -35kg All levels - 2nd; Kelsey Lock -35kg All levels - 3rd; Adam Lock -40kg All levels - 2nd; Tasha Matthews -45kg All levels - 2nd; Sam Spencer Boys - 60kg All levels - 2nd.
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