MARTIAL ARTS: Big haul of medals as BCKA stars begin 2018 in style

PUBLISHED: 15:18 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:18 28 February 2018

Successful Fenland BCKA fighters are, back row, left to right, Abi Daulton, Eddy Paddock, Mike Dunk, Colin Lock, Jordan Noble, Jaden Harris, Kim Smith, front row, Hannah Cameron, Lexi Dunk and Jay Dunk.

Successful Fenland BCKA fighters are, back row, left to right, Abi Daulton, Eddy Paddock, Mike Dunk, Colin Lock, Jordan Noble, Jaden Harris, Kim Smith, front row, Hannah Cameron, Lexi Dunk and Jay Dunk.

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Fenland BCKA fighters scooped 16 medals at the recent WKC English Championships.

Eddy Paddock was most successful club member with two gold medals and one silver.

Colin Lock completed a golden double while Jaden Harris, Hannah Cameron, Kelsey Lock and Eliott Morgan-Smith also grabbed a first place apiece.

Harris, Kelsey Lock, Jay Dunk and Freya Molloy all won silvers while Dunk and Morgan-Smith added a bronze medal each.

Paddock and Harris then collected silver medals at the WAKO British Championships, while BCKA have been successful at the Peterborough Series.

Abi Daulton, Jordan Noble, Colin Lock, Kelsey Lock, Jay Dunk and Mike Dunk all won gold at that event.

Other medallists were Kim Smith, Cameron, Amjad Mustafa, Lexi Dung, Morgan-Smith and Paul Bryant.

Club chief Andy Whitwell said: “We have once again proved what a talented team of fighters we have in the first events of 2018.”

Fenland BCKA clubs:

March - Neale Wade Community College, Wimblington Road on Mondays (6.30pm – 8pm).

Wisbech - Thomas Clarkson Community College,Corporation Road on Tuesdays (6.30pm – 8pm).

Chatteris - Cromwell Community College, Eastwood on Thursdays (7pm – 8.30pm).

Whittlesey - Sir Harry Smith Community College, Eastrea Road on Fridays (6.45pm – 8.30pm).

For further information contact Andy Whitwell on 07969 792286 or email bcka.wizard@gmail.com

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