Karate tiger shines in development champs

2016-11-24 06:01
Emiele Ranjith made a podium finish winning a bronze medal. Photo: supplied

Emiele Ranjith made a podium finish winning a bronze medal. Photo: supplied

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SKISA karate tiger Emiele Ranjith excelled at the Skisa development championships hosted at the Tongaat sports centre recently.

Emiele is a pupil from Flambell Primary and regularly attends karate classes at the Skisa Karate Club at the Tongaat Sports Centre under the watchful eye of SA Karate legend Sonny Pillay Hanshi.

Pillay said: “Emiele is a very disciplined young boy who loves his karate and has a wonderful future ahead of him particularly given that karate is now been promoted as an Olympic sport for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics,”he said.

For all karate classes call 082 557 7784.

- Supplied.

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