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Acle Shukokai karate students make the grade

PUBLISHED: 14:53 15 March 2012

Congratulations: Edward Tye  received his yellow belt (8th Kyu) and  Daniel Pitts, Mia Silom and Grace Futter  are now all wearing orange belts (7th kyu).

Congratulations: Edward Tye received his yellow belt (8th Kyu) and Daniel Pitts, Mia Silom and Grace Futter are now all wearing orange belts (7th kyu).

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Acle Eastern Shukokai Karate Club’s latest grading was judged by officials from the sister club at Broadland.

The evening was a huge success as everybody passed. Edward Tye received his yellow belt (8th Kyu) and Daniel Pitts, Mia Silom and Grace Futter are now all wearing orange belts (7th kyu.)

Acle Shukokai club trains every Monday and Wednesday at Acle High School.

If you are interested in joining the club, please contact R. Haworth 01493 393657 or check out our website for a local club near you www.nskarate.co.uk

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