News 2014

The Hull and East Riding Karate Academy

Presentation Evening 2014

27th December 2014

The Gardenerís Country Inn at Coniston was again the venue for this yearís Hull & East Riding Karate Academyís 2014 Presentation Evening. This was another memorable night with awards being presented to all those students who achieved so much success and improved so much in 2014.

Gold medallists for 2014

Back row left to right - Sensei Wayne Clarke, Ellie-May Hume, Lucy Dalton, Morgan Clarke, Emma Waudby, Jack Leake, Ellie Porter, Randy LoveDay, James Lee.

Front row left to right - Mia Bower, George Breeze, Leo Hume, Oliver Trafford, William Halsall.

 

This yearís awards were presented to the following studentsÖ

 

Student of the Year Bilton Karate Academy Ė Morgan Clarke

 

Student of the Year Leven Karate Academy Ė James Lee

 

The Malcom Adjei Memorial Shield - Ellie Porter

 

 

Congratulations and a very well done to these and all the other students who have worked hard throughout the year.

Sensei Wayne Clarke

Click here for posters and more photos from the evening.

 

New training equipment for 2015

I would like to say a really big THANK YOU to Mr Craig Dalton of Craig Dalton Snap-On Tools and Mr Gary Waudby of All-Gas Heating & Plumbing Services, for their very kind and generous Sponsorship of the Hull & East Riding Karate Academy.

The Sponsorship money will be put to very good use and will benefit every single member of the Hull and East Riding Karate Academy and especially those squad members who compete in competitions !!!

You will be getting FITTER, FASTER & STRONGER in 2015 with the dynamic new training equipment being purchased with the aid of the Sponsorship money, this will include FOCUS PADS, SKIPPING ROPES, REACTION BALLS & AGILITY LADDERS ready for the start of training in 2015. Plus I will also be getting some pull up Banners for when we have photos taken of medal winners.

Iím really looking forward to 2015 as we have got some real talent coming through in the Squad and Iím sure we will once again have some fantastic results in competitions.

Thanks again to Mr Gary Waudby and My Craig Dalton for your generosity. It is very much appreciated.

Sensei Wayne Clarke

 

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Aboudi Neema English Kata Champion

I would just like to give a special mention to 15yr old athlete Aboudi Neema (pictured in the centre below).

Aboudi trains with me at Sirius Academy in Hull and is the current ENGLISH disabled kata Champion !! a title he won in both 2012 & 2014 at the English Karate Championships in Sheffield.

On Sunday Aboudi will be competing in the Individual Kata at the Shindo kai National Championships, however he will also be competing in the Boys 14-15yrs Individual fighting and will also take his place alongside Morgan Clarke in the Boys 14-15 years team fighting!

What a COURAGEOUS & TALENTED young boy he is wanting to compete in these two categories against able bodied fighters!! believe me when I say "This is not an easy thing to do" so I take my hat off to this young fella for his SPIRIT & DETERMINATION of simply wanting to "GO OUT THERE AND GIVE IT A GO"

Aboudi, You are a true champion and you are showing TRUE KARATE SPIRIT, I am sure you will do Yourself, your family, your friends and the whole of Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire PROUD when you step onto that fighting area on Sunday.

Enjoy the experience my friend.

Sensei Wayne Clarke

 

Many congratulations to James Lee and Morgan Clarke on passing their Black Belt gradings!

(Barnsley, 12th October 2013)

Massive CONGRATULATIONS to James Lee and Morgan Clarke who both passed their BLACK BELTS today. You guys have worked so hard over the past 8 years & you can now wear your Black belts with PRIDE.

WELL DONE to both of you. Iím so Proud of you.

Sensei Wayne Clarke

 

 

 

Congratulations to James Lee for winning the British Championships male senior Kata!

(27th September, Glasgow)

GOLD, I repeat GOLD

Massive congratulations to James Lee who has just won the BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS MALE SENIOR KATA !!!

Not only did James win the GOLD in the Senior Male kata he also won the Silver Medal in the Male Under 21yrs Kata.

Well done James, Or should I say Well done BRITISH CHAMPION !! Yeah that sounds better.

Sensei Wayne Clarke

The British Karate Associations 50th Anniversary Karate Championships

(Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, 12th April 2014)

The British Karate Associations 50th Anniversary Karate Championships Medal Winners pictured with Sensei Wayne Clarke

Left to right, back row: Morgan Clarke, Emma Waudby and Ellie Porter

Front row: Mia Bower, Lucy Dalton and† Ellie-May Hume.

 

 

Very well done to all the squad members who won a total of 9 Gold, 4 Silver and 7 Bronze medals between them!

Sensei Wayne Clarke

 

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