Gold for Brooklyn

PUBLISHED: 18:48 06 July 2007 | UPDATED: 11:15 24 May 2010

WAMA and Weston Warriors kickboxing team attended the English champion of champions open tournament. The event is open to all

WAMA and Weston Warriors kickboxing team attended the English champion of champions open tournament. The event is open to all styles of martial arts Karate, TKD, Kung Fu and kickboxing. The Weston Warrior juniors had a great day and for many members it was their first taste of competitive martial arts.Club members as young as five years competed and showed true spirit and determination in the points fighting and continues categories.Brooklyn Chamberlain secured another first place in this his second tournament. Brooklyn a five-year-old orange belt, is a real kickboxing fanatic and loves the competitive side to the training. Edward Hill, aged eight, also gained a second place in the continues section in his first tournament. He came up against some really tough opposition with lots more experience, but Edward dug in and really worked hard. His uncle Paul will be fighting for a heavyweight world title on the July 14 at Weston Fightclub, so Edward has a fine pedigree to win titles in the future. George D'razario also gained a second place and he showed some excellent kicking ability and again this was his first competition.Excellent results were gained by the female fighters Rosie Blair, 14 years, who gained two second places and Gemma Baker, 12 years, who gained a third. Dean Takle, Lewis Mulhull and Ben Farrow gained third places; Harry Harvey, Charlie Harvey, Luke Maskell, Esmy Taylor, Dylan Railton, Haydon Ellis, Oliver Riney, Niahm Cullen and Ben Williams all did the club proud.The adults included Laurence Andre, Jon Watts, Paul Wadey, Liam Satchwill, Steph Croxall. Paul Healy gained a second place in the advanced men with a great fight, working his hand and foot combinations to dominate his fights and was unlucky in the final.Weston Warriors and Weston Academy of Martial Arts has secured itself as a true school of champions. The pedigree of the club which is 10 years old this September is second to none. The club boasts champions at all levels and ages. For information on classes or fightclub extreme, please call free on 0845 8552202 or view www.wama.co.uk k or www.warriorgym.co.uk

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