Five Titles at the British Championships

Crawley dojo walked off with the British Junior Boys team crown at the Clicker Championships in Slough this weekend.

The boys team of Ame Sorge, Robert Salvi, Bart Chaisrisud, Charlie Denton, Ashley Black with reserve Mikolaj Zabawa didn’t lose a bout and finished off the final with a 5-0 win against Gravesend.15156976_323982641321222_4027187901173328230_oThey transferred that form into the individuals with Robert Salvi winning the high grade +160cm boys and Ame Sorge coming 3rd.
15138354_323983624654457_4523498788951898181_oBart Chaisrisud remained undefeated all day winning seven fights and took the -160cm high grade boys division and Ashley Black came 3rd.15068326_323983547987798_6814843338362952617_oMikolaj Zabawa won the +155cm junior low grade division and Madison Sproston took the +155cm junior low grade division. The club also had Charlie Denton and Reece Reeve make the quarter finals and Kieran Long, Alexander Sproston, Colin Spriggs and Tyron Kirton went out in the preliminary rounds.


Success at the Belgium Youth Cup

Over 250 children participated in the Youth Championships in Antwerp with Bart Chaisrisud, Kobe Dibble, Ame Sorge and Bethany Salvi all representing England at the event which was held under Kyokushin contact rules.

They achieved three 2nd place and a 3rd with Bart winning four fights before losing, Kobe stopped his first three opponents and Ame also took 2nd although he was disappointed when his opponent withdrew.

Beth came 3rd against some very experienced opponents so gained good experience.

with the England and Wales teams

with the England and Wales teams

Three Triumph at Severn Challenge

Bart Chaisrisud won the -158 cm Clicker and Olivia Pickthall and Bethany Salvi won their respective weights in the U18 Knockdown at the Severn Challenge featuring Belgium, Switzerland, England, Turkey and Wales.


Ame Sorge came 3rd in the +158cm and the England team took 3rd place in the Clicker which along with Bart and Ame had Robert Salvi, Charlie Denton and Denis Sorokins competing.