DOJO

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ADDRESS DETAILS & LOCATION MAP

Alameda Sports Hall (behind Parkside Hall), Woburn Road, Ampthill, Beds, MK45 2PJ.

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INSTRUCTOR

SENSEI VIV WILSON 4TH DAN

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Phone: 07454-869198

 

CHILD WELFARE PROTECTION OFFICER

Mrs Alison Gillet

 

TRAINING DAYS & TIMES

TUESDAYS    
6.00PM TO 7.00PM - JUNIOR GRADES
TUESDAYS 7.00PM TO 8.00PM - SENIOR GRADES AND ADULTS

 

CLUB INFORMATION

Latest news: See our CFTS Ampthill Club Facebook page

 

CLUB TROPHY AWARD WINNERS

YEAR   

MARCH

JUNE

SEPTEMBER     

DECEMBER

         
1999     A. Bonar R. Martin
2000 Robyn Trigg Sean Kitchener Alex Mills Danica Zurawell  
2001 Jody Shephers Bethan Lloyd Tom Wagstaff Jonathan Witts
2002 Andrew Brown Sam Pigott Lauren Dimmock Rosie Coulson
2003 Nick O'Connor C. Harlow Sam Fisher Sam Leckie
2004 Anna Bussey Urquhart Crosbie Joel Celnik L. Dimmock
2005 Urquhart Crosbie Dominic Edwards Adam Fisher Addison Crosbie
2006 George Ephgrave Morganne Graves Angela Watts Ellen Longvie
2007 Sam Fisher Rebecca Fenton George Ephgrave Andrew Crosbie
2008 Oliver Donoghue Morganne Graves Robyn Brown  Lillian Ephgrave
2009 Somerset Crosbie Gareth Jones Alison Gillett  James Savage
2010 Luke Titmus         Sebastian Seer           Brian Adams           Hannah Lewis 
2011 David Shield    Daniel Gillett  Joshua Lewis Matthew Barnard
2012 Conor Fryer Callum Garvey Rachael Shearman Nathan Alexander-Buckley
2013 Victoria Murfin Alex Gilbertson Emily Murfin Eloise Crossman
2014 Not Awarded Alex Gilbertson Pip Wolf Xander Wharton
2015 David Crossman Amelia Wolf NOT AWARDED Alex Gilbertson
2016 Oliver Newman Ethan Mabbott Oliver Newman Oliver Williams
2017 Thea Mabbott Dylan Tyrtania

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It was decided back in 1983 to reward and encourage students by presenting a club trophy at each grading. The recipient would be the student who stood out in some way from the rest for a variety of reasons.

On certain circumstances the trophy might be awarded to the karate-ka with the best technique. More commonly however it is awarded to the student who has trained with diligence and dedication. It may be awarded to a student who simply turns up regularly at the dojo early to sweep the floor. Most often though it is given to the karate-ka who shows an understanding of karate-do in some way. Maybe they have done some good deeds away from the dojo or maybe raising funds for charity etc.

To list all the reasons for handing out the trophy here is not possible but suffice to say in the eyes of their sensei it is deserved. The choice should never be questioned because it is not always possible to explain why it was awarded and sometimes it is unwise to do so. Please though join with us in giving our sincere congratulations to all winners, past, present and future.

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