Zac stars as Fenland BCKA fighters pick up dozens of trophies at Peterborough Series

Kim Smith, Amjad Mustafa, Kelsey Lock, Zac Culpin, Abi Daulton, Matthew Lazenby and Hannah Cameron.

Kim Smith, Amjad Mustafa, Kelsey Lock, Zac Culpin, Abi Daulton, Matthew Lazenby and Hannah Cameron. - Credit: Archant

Fenland fighters won trophies in almost every category they entered at the competition at the Deeping Leisure Centre, with youngster Culpin crowned as the competitor of the day.

The club’s next outing is for its England squad fighters who will compete in the World Championships at the end of October.

Results:

KATA:

Traditional Kata’s – Open Hand – Under 16 years old - 3rd Hannah Cameron

Traditional Kata’s – Open Hand – Over 16 years old - 3rd Zac Culpin

Traditional Open Weapon Kata Over 16 Years Old - 1st Zac Culipn

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POINTS FIGHTING:

Mini Pee Wees Mixed Under 3ft 8″ All Grades - 2nd Harvey King

Boys 4ft 4 Beginners - 1st Leon King

Boys Under 5ft 2 Beginner - 1st Elliot Morgan-Smith

Boys Under 5ft 2 Intermediate /Advanced - 2nd Elliot Morgan-Smith

Boys over 5ft 4 Advanced - 2nd Matthew Lazenby

Girl’s Under 5ft 2 Intermediate/Advanced - 1st Kelsey Lock

Girls Over 5ft 4 Intermediate - 1st Abi Daulton

Girls Over 5ft 4 Advanced - 1st Abi Daulton

Ladies Under 69kg Advanced - 2nd Kimberley Smith

Mens Under 64kg Advanced - 3rd Louis King

Mens Under 74kg Beginners & Intermediate - 3rd Amjad Mustafa

Mens Under 74kg Advanced - 3rd Zac Culpin

Men’s Under 84kg Beginners / Advanced - 1st Zac Culpin

Mens Over 84kg Advanced - 3rd Jordan Noble

Men’s Veterans Under and Over 79kg - 2nd Amjad Mustafa

CONTINUOUS FIGHTING:

Boys Continuous Under 55kg, Under 60kg and Under 65kg Intermediate / Advanced - 2nd Matthew Lazenby

Girls Continuous – Under 45kg Intermediate / Advanced - 1st Kelsey Lock

Girls Continuous – Under 60kg & Under 70kg Intermediate / Advanced - 2nd Abi Daulton

Adults Continuous – Men’s Under 95kg & Over 95kg Intermediate / Advanced - 1st Jordan Noble

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