MEMBERS of Droitwich’s Kazoku-Kan came away with some fantastic results at a grading event in Erdington.
After a fine performance Liam Jones managed to gain his brown belt which is the highest grade a junior can get prior to their 16th birthday.
Felicity Warburton turned out some fantastic techniques against her line-up to be awarded her blue belt.
Sophie Kenny, fighting under adaptive rules, managed to topple her opponents to be awarded a green belt.
Ellie Bullock took to the mat and gave a strong performance to come away with a new green tag for her orange belt.
Joshua Warburton also managed to achieve a green tag for his orange belt.
James Worsfold put up possibly the best performance in his early career to be awarded the orange belt.
Matty Kenny put up a strong fight against his opponents to come away with two yellow tags on his white belt.
For Dylan Moore and Corey Chapman, this was their very first grading and both were fighting for the novice red belt.
Both worked hard and came away the result they wanted.
Chapman managed to get his white belt with two yellow tags while Moore scored his white with one yellow tag.
Kazoku-Kan senior instructor Rich Morrish was also awarded his official time-keeping diploma which he has been working towards for several months.
A club spokesperson said: “These kids have gone out and proved they are worthy of the grades they have achieved for themselves.”
Kazoku-Kan train every Wednesday and Friday evening at Physique Fitness on the Berry Hill industrial estate.
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