JKS karate students excel

2016-03-31 06:00

SOME 16 students from the JKS Jeffreys Bay/ Kareedouw/ Humansdorp Karate Dojo represented the Eastern Cape Province at the KSA WKF National Championships held in Durban from March 18 - 19.

This followed after they had received their Eastern Province colours at the trails held in Uitenhage on March 12.

At the national championships, two students received third place in kumite.

The Eastern Cape team consisted of Earon Felix, Kayleigh Botes, Adrian Grobler, Keenan Den Hoed, Jaden Nel, Lindie Engelbrecht, Ruan Jordaan, Jordan Lucas, Marius van Eeden, JG du Bruyn, Hayden Moss, Kyle McAdam, Janine Fraser, Stephan Jooste, coach Sensei Johnathan Louw, Monique van Eeden and Timany Mostert.

Timany Mostert, Sensei Eric Louw and Earon Felix also represented the SA National team.

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