Local JKS team to compete in World Cup

2016-05-19 06:00

SOME 19 students from the JKS Jeffreys Bay, Kareedouw, Joubertina, Humansdorp and Arcadia Karate Dojo are set to compete at the World Shoto Federation Karate-do World Cup Championships in Scotland later this year.

The students that will be flying the South African flag and make their home town proud are Chase Alberts, Timany Mostert, Kayla Jansen van Vuuren, Marius and Monique van Eeden, Trevor Shepherd, Adrian and Byron Grobler, Jaden Nel, Keenan Den Hoed, Miencke Strydom, Kyle McAdam, Jordan Lucas, Sensei Janè Uys, Sensei Alta Hift, Sensei Johnathan Louw, Sensei Vanessa Grieve, Rayvonne Leander and Sensei Marian Rossouw.

These students qualified for the World Cup after excelling at the National Championships at Mentorskraal in Jeffreys Bay on April 30. This was the first time that the Nationals were hosted in the Eastern Cape.

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