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BSKI Open Ksd Medals, 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 4 Bronze

What a fab day we had at the BSKI Open  thank you for the invite Sensei Fred & Nick ,   was a pleasure as always catching up with Sensei Gidley and Leacock , and many other friends old and new .. Thank you to all who have there time to referee and judge , now Ksd gang , huge well done to all you did us and yourself proud , win lose , draw no matter just putting yourselves up there is winners in my opinion .. Thanks to all the supporters who came along, sorry it's such a long day , members remember were a team , and those lucky enough to medal today well done those medals were won in the dojo as without your team mates / training partners and instructors it's not possible , so well done to team Ksd, Mada bronze in senior Kata , , Jolanta Samanta , Mandy Darcie well done on making the final of the team katas .. Senior kata well done to Kira who jumped upto seniors all grades in individual kata and made the final wow , Mandy in the same achieving a bronze .. Samanta got to the final of her kata group and achieved a bronze . Kumite time Jack went through 3 rounds to become a gold medalist , Celestre in her final and fight of the night IMO lost out on a close fight 6-5 , a silver medal for this young lady , matuse was in a great scrap and at 4-1 down in his final he started to listen to his coach pulled it back with a great ippon going on to win 6-4 a gold medalist , young Mazz took to the Matt also achieving a cracking bronze medal ... Most members had never done a copy before and a huge well done to all .. Together we're strong , we build we get better , we put right the wrongs of the day on the dojo by training hard .. And next time it could be you , Sensei Daz proud of every member.

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