Davyhulme karate students make the grade

Successful students, from left,  Jack Tatham, Emily Roberts, Milley Carey, Harvey Larkin, Jack Mulligan, Harry Bradshaw, Jacob Hamey and James Goode. Adults: Vicky Goode and Mark Larkin. They are pictured with Sensei Shipton and Sensei Tarrant

Successful students, from left, Jack Tatham, Emily Roberts, Milley Carey, Harvey Larkin, Jack Mulligan, Harry Bradshaw, Jacob Hamey and James Goode. Adults: Vicky Goode and Mark Larkin. They are pictured with Sensei Shipton and Sensei Tarrant

First published in Sport

Eleven Gendai Martial Arts students recently made Davyhulme club history by successfully grading and getting their new belts at a grading event.

Never before have so many Gendai students from the Davyhulme club successfully graded. The grading is a result of the hard work both the students and tutors have put in at training sessions held at Davyhulme Youth Club.

Sensei Colin Tarrant, who headed the grading panel, said he is extremely proud of each and every one of them. He added: “This achievement is testament to their unwavering commitment and dedication over many months and embodies the ethos of Gendai Martial Arts, which is that of success and team work”.

Gendai Martial Arts is a karate club based in Lymm which also has training centres at Partington, and Davyhulme.

For further information and training times, contact Dave Shipton on 07771 845779.

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