Melbourn Tang Soo Do Club among medals at British National Martial Arts Championships

PUBLISHED: 16:23 11 May 2016 | UPDATED: 16:23 11 May 2016

Melbourn Tang Soo Do Club award winners

Melbourn Tang Soo Do Club award winners


A Melbourn Tang Soo Do Club member has fought to a silver medal at the British National Martial Arts Championships in Coventry.

Taylor Hennah was runner-up in the sparring division and also tied for a bronze in the form category but unfortunately narrowly missed out.

Noah Brown, a first-time competitor and representative for Melbourn TSD, also came close to taking a medal but just missed out in the end.

Things started well for Edward Coulstock, also a first-time competitor and club representative, beating a higher-ranked opponent in the first round but he too left without a medal.

Many members will next be heading to a one-day seminar in Market Deeping, near Peterborough, looking to improve their rankings.

For more information on Melbourn Tang Soo Do visit, find the club on Facebook - Melbourn Tang Soo Do - or contact Ashley Robertston on 07983 630516.


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