JKS England took a Squad to compete at the Annual BKF International Open in Scotland over the weekend of 14th and 15th September. A great weekend overall saw us take a very credible 5 Gold, 5 Silver and 7 Bronze medals. This saw us finish 5th in the medal table, a great result when there are 74 Associations taking part with 1,015 entries.
A special mention goes to the individual Gold medalists Remi Jurgilaitis in Male Senior Kumite -75Kg, Henry Pegge in Male Cadet Kumite +70Kg and Sharif Ebrahimi in Male Veteran Kata.
Also a big congratultaions to Senior JKS England instructor Nick Heald 7th Dan whopassed his assessment and achieved his Kumite Referee B and Kata Judge B qualifications. A big well done!
Well done to all that took part. All the results are listed below.
Remi Jurgilaitis - Male Senior Kumite -75Kg Henry Pegge - Male Cadet Kumite +70Kg Sharif Ebrahimi - Male Veteran Kata Louis Johnson, Cameron Panday, Louis Powell - Male Cadet & Junior Team Kata Molly Austin-Hogsden, Grace Baron - Female Cadet Pairs Kata
Charlotte Haxby - Female U21 Kumite +68Kg Molly Austin-Hogsden - Female Cadet Kumite -54Kg Cody Gedge - Boys Kumite 12-13 Years -45Kg Isabella Baron - Girls Kata 10-11 Years Molly Austin-Hogsden, Grace Baron, Lori-Ann Moran - Female Cadet & Junior Team Kata
Georjeana Harrison - Female Junior Kumite +59Kg Harry Hardcastle - Male Junior Kumite -76Kg Amy Tegetmeier - Female Junior Kumite -53Kg Kennedy Lambourne - Male Junior Kumite -68Kg Isabella Wilkes - Girls Kata 12-13 Years Georjeana Harrison, Lori-Ann Moran, Amy Tegetmeier - Female Junior Team Of Three Kumite Ynno Angeles, Henry Pegge and Louis Powell - Male Cadet Team Of Three Kumite