March Pro Martial Arts School teaches a lesson to its opposition at tournament

PUBLISHED: 11:05 04 October 2016 | UPDATED: 11:05 04 October 2016

The March Pro Martial Arts School.

The March Pro Martial Arts School.

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A March Martial Arts school has scooped a huge haul of medals after a successful outing at the annual Pro Martial Arts Championships.

The local club took its stars to Grantham for the competition last weekend and returned to Fenland with a whole host of gold, silver and bronze medals, including a gold for Angel Hare, who was taking part in her first tournament.

The team, which was kick-started by coach Michael Davidson in 2014, took part in various categories including pad work routines, grading syllabus pad work, grading set formations as well as light continuous kickboxing in both junior and adult categories.

Michael said: “A massive well done to every one that took part and went along to support the team on the day.”

Medal winners:

Junior pad work:

Ellie Duff & Amy Moore - Silver

Adult pad work:

Ricky Duff & Paul “Jock” Gibson - Silver

Paul Haddow Snr & Stuart Harris - Bronze

Junior grading pad work syllabus:

Angel Hare and Brendon Allenden - Silver

Ellie Duff and Amy Moore - Bronze

Adult grading pad work syllabus:

Shelley Ives and Ryan Whitham - Gold

Selina Bower and Ashley Bullman - Silver

Paul Haddow Snr and Stuart Harris - Bronze

Mixed grading pad work - beginner to orange:

Stuart Harris and Luke Ives - Gold

Ashley Bullman and Paul Haddow Jnr - Bronze

Mixed grading pad work - brown belt and above:

Michael Davison and Paige Harris - Silver

Junior light continuous kickboxing:

Cadet Girls: Angel Hare - Gold

Ladies Light Continuous: under 65kg:

Bridget Oliver – Silver

Men’s Light Continuous - over 90kg (novice):

Aaron Connor - Bronze

Paul Haddow Snr - Silver

Men’s Light Continuous - over 90kg (Advanced):

Stuart Harris - Bronze

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