Ugu Karate excels

2016-12-15 06:01
 Photo: supplied WKF Ugu semi-contact karate team at the Salga DSR 2016 games (from left) Ugu Chairman Sensei Coenie Vrey, Shihan Dave Millar (coach), Morgan Moonsamy (table official), Sensei Frank Moodley (coach),Melissa Hogan (table official), Sensei Elsie Pretorius (manager), Sensei Grant Selkon (referee), Shihan Pikkas Windell (front) Stephanie Koekemoer, Katy van der Westhuizen, Samirah Rheeders, Jonathan Ferreira, Tyrese Chateau and Jehryn Moonsamy.

Photo: supplied WKF Ugu semi-contact karate team at the Salga DSR 2016 games (from left) Ugu Chairman Sensei Coenie Vrey, Shihan Dave Millar (coach), Morgan Moonsamy (table official), Sensei Frank Moodley (coach),Melissa Hogan (table official), Sensei Elsie Pretorius (manager), Sensei Grant Selkon (referee), Shihan Pikkas Windell (front) Stephanie Koekemoer, Katy van der Westhuizen, Samirah Rheeders, Jonathan Ferreira, Tyrese Chateau and Jehryn Moonsamy.

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THE World Karate Federation (WKF) Ugu semi-contact karate team participated in the Salga DSR 2016 games at Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre this past weekend.

These kareteka worked hard, winning medals in individual kata and team kumite, placing first against 11 KwaZulu-Natal municipalities.

This was a first for Ugu Municipality and an outstanding result, combining both full contact and semi-contact points to achieve this winning result.

Trials for this team were held in July in the Ugu karate region and six kareteka were selected.

This selection was required by the Salga DSR games officials to promote development and transparency in semi-contact karate.

Only Ugu region, Karate KwaZulu-Natal and Karate South Africa affiliated dojos and students were allowed to be selected and participate in the games.

- Supplied.

THE World Karate Federation (WKF) Ugu semi-contact karate team participated at the Salga DSR 2016 games at Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre this past weekend. Theses kareteka worked hard, winning medals in individual kata and team kumite, placing first against 11 KwaZulu-Natal municipalities. This was a first for the Ugu municipalty and an outstanding result combining both full contact and semi-contact points being added together to achieve this winning result.

Trials for this team were held in July in the Ugu karate region and the six kareteka were selected .

This selection was required by the Salga DSR games officials to promote development and transparency in semi-contact karate. Only Ugu region, Karate Kwa Zulu Natal and Karate South Africa affiliated dojos and students were allowed to participate and be selected. - Supplied.

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