Umvoti Kyokushin-Kai karate Association

2016-09-14 06:00
Students at grading.

Students at grading.

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UMVOTI Kyokushin-Kai Karate Association held its annual grading on 10 September at the Greytown community hall. A total of 46 students from Cordwall, Greytown Junior, St Davids and Kammaland attended and a total of two yellow belts and 28 orange belts were awarded.

Kyokushin-Kai Karate Association personnel stated how proud they are of the students for their dedication, discipline and hard work. The association thanks the following sponsors for their assistance in making it possible for an event such as this to be held in Greytown and the local support to the local club - Linkseed, Mascor, Mr Chiazzari, Hoosen Butchery, Kharodias Wholesaler and Field Security.
We also thank the Greytown Welfare for the sponsorship of the community hall as well as Senei Mzwandile Goba and Senei Mzikayise Sithole for coming from Pietermaritzburg to test the students.

Umvoti Kyokushin-Kai Karate association will be hosting the school championships at the new Enhlalakahle hall on 24 September.

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