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UK Coaching Children’s Coach of the Year 2018 at second major event in celebration of school’s 20th birthday


By Pete Woodhouse


Wisbech Samurai at its Marshland Hall Dojo welcomed one of the UK's top karate coaches in Sensei Ady Gray 6th Dan.

This was the second major event for 2019 in celebration of Samurai Karate School's 20th birthday.

Sensei Ady was awarded UK Coaching Childrens' Coach of the year 2018. He currently has six students training with the current EKF England Squad and is the UK Coach for World Shotokan Federation.

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Instructor Steve King said: "It was a real pleasure to have him teaching at our Dojo and strengthens our training partnerships, giving us access to top quality Karate education.

"It is so important to work with top quality professionals.

"We pride ourselves on giving our students access to the very best and bringing the best of Karate to the local area.

"During the three-hour session we looked at competition elements for Heian Kata and Kumite.

"Competition elements are very different from traditional Dojo Karate as they focus on a performance base for point scoring.

"Everyone who trained gave it 100% and worked so hard, learned some good points and had a real good time."

Their next visiting Sensei will be technical director, Paul Herbert Sensei, on May 19.

A brand new ladies only class started this month and already has 20 members. For details on classes contact Steve Sensei on 07843 414433 or sensei@samuraimartialarts.co.uk

www.samuraimartialarts.co.uk

www.childrenskaratewisbech.co.uk



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