More competition success!

Edinburgh Shukokai follows up the BUCS victory with another SSS overall victory in Scotstoun!

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With 55 points, Edinburgh Shukokai beat Glasgow in second (18 points) and Aberdeen in third (7) to make it 17 in a row!

Edinburgh medals

  • Gold, Female Novice Kata – Morgan Trigg
  • Bronze, Female Novice Kata – Swie Joo Liem
  • Silver, Male Novice Kata – Alex Stewart
  • Gold, Female Senior Kata – Yui Matsuda Pluksaranun
  • Gold, Senior Male Kata – Zachary Janes
  • Silver, Senior Male Kata – Luke Robinson
  • Bronze, Senior Male Kata – Aslak Veierud Busch
  • Gold, Team Kata – Edinburgh A (Luke Robinson, Andrea Kemter, Aslak Veierud Busch)
  • Silver, Team Kata – Edinburgh B (Swie Joo Liem, Morgan Trigg, Jun Nakamaru-Pinder)
  • Gold, Female Novice Kumite – Morgan Trigg
  • Silver, Female Novice Kumite – Swie Joo Liem
  • Bronze, Female Novice Kumite – Andrea Yew
  • Bronze, Female Novice Kumite – Lucy McLay
  • Gold, Female Senior Kumite – Iona Frost
  • Silver, Female Senior Kumite – Sotia Zenios
  • Bronze, Female Senior Kumite – Yui Matsuda Pluksaranun
  • Gold, Female Team Kumite – Edinburgh A (Sotia Zenios, Yui Matsuda Pluksaranun, Andrea Kemter, Iona Frost)
  • Bronze, Female Team Kumite  – Edinburgh B (Morgan Trigg, Swie Joo Liem, Lucy McLay, Andrea Yew)
  • Bronze, Male Team Kumite – Edinburgh (Aslak Veierud Busch, Alex Stewart, Jun Nakamaru-Pinder

    Well done!

 

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