TAE KWON-DO: Grantham club quartet promoted to black belt status

Tae Kwon-Do instructor Malcolm Scholes, centre, and his four new black belt students.

Tae Kwon-Do instructor Malcolm Scholes, centre, and his four new black belt students.

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Four members from Grantham King’s School Tae Kwon-Do Club were promoted to black belt first degree at the TAGB Academy in Bristol.

Matthew Keyse, Disha Singhania, Cieran Roberts and Joshua Crook were all tested on their fighting skills, self-defence strategies, pattern drills and finally a verbal examination on their knowledge of the martial art.

The examiners were a team of eighth degree black belt world masters and a ninth degree grand master.

Grantham club instructor Malcolm Scholes, a seventh degree black belt, was very pleased with their success. He said: “It will hopefully inspire other club members to attain this goal in the future.”

The Grantham club always welcomes new members wishing to learn more about the martial art. Contact Malcolm on 01476 570616 for further details.