Littleport Kickboxing Club report

PUBLISHED: 11:40 16 October 2018

Littleport Kickboxing Club's success at competition. Picture: STUART HARRIS.

Littleport Kickboxing Club's success at competition. Picture: STUART HARRIS.


Littleport’s pro martial arts school took a small team to compete at the annual Pro Martial Arts Schools Competition.

There was a big turn out from around 50 franchise clubs and as the Littleport franchise was only opened in April, we had the majority of our team attending their first ever tournament.

We came away with some great results making the day even more special.

Mixed Padwork - Gold Medal for Ellea Cutteridge and Keanamae Sharman

Mixed Padwork - Bronze Medal for Chloe Carlton & Alex Spittal

Ladies Under 65kg Semi Contact - Gold for Ellea Cutteridge

Men’s Under 70kg Semi Contact - Silver for Kallum Betson. A great result as Kallum is only 16 and had to go into the men’s category and just missing out on a podium place for men’s light continuous.

Men’s Under 90kg Light Continuous - Bronze for Alex Spittal

Men’s Over 95kg Light Continuous - Bronze for coaching team member Ashley Bullman

Men’s Veterans over 85kg Semi Contact - Bronze and Men’s Veterans Over 85kg Light Continuous - Gold for instructor Stuart Harris


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