50 Ely Tae Kwon-do aces bag their colour belts at King’s Lynn grading

PUBLISHED: 15:37 29 April 2016 | UPDATED: 15:57 29 April 2016

The Stage 3 Juniors at the Ely branch of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do.

The Stage 3 Juniors at the Ely branch of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do.


The Ely branch of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do got a kick out of getting their gradings, after 50 fighters of all ages secured belts.

The students travelled to King’s Lynn on Sunday April 17 for their gradings, with fighters starting with White belts and moving through the ranks, eventually getting their Black belts.

Members of the school as young as four aimed for gradings glory, and the Ely branch was one of the most successful, with 50 belts being bagged.

1st Kup Black Stripe

Felix Baddeley

Ethan Guest

James Homent

Alex Lee

James Nicholls

Cleo Olsson

2nd Kup Red Belt

Daniel Dean

Genevieve Dean

Christopher Kwok

James Munday

Stephen Munday

3rd Kup Red Stripe

Finlay Hendrich

Alex Jaworski

George Patten

Amelia Spencer

4th Kup Blue Belt

Keira Allgood

Thomas Driver

Anna Munday

Emily Mynott

Alessandro Rolfe

Matt Seymour

5th Kup Blue Stripe

Dylan Borrego

Oliver Howlett

William Line

Ollie Partridge

Toby Rolfe

Lucie Teli

6th Kup Green Belt

Amy Borden

Katie Borden

Keelan Broadbridge

Jeremy Lock

7th Kup Green Stripe

Joseph Harfield

Lola Harfield

Emily McCord

8th Kup Yellow Belt

Lucy Broadbent

Max Broadbent

Noah Divine

Gabrielle Soars

Nicola Thomas

Sarah Thomas

Noah Woods

9th Kup Yellow Stripe

Denas Babrauskas

James Cooper

Harry Ewan

Shanai Horsfall

Mia Kazpinaite

Izzy Kisby

Gabriel Marques Lemaire

Noah Stevens

Zara Stevens

Jay Woods

Mark Farnham, who runs the schools across East Anglia, said: “A very well done to all of those students taking part in the latest gradings.”

Anyone interested in learning a Martial Arts and Tae Kwon-Do in a friendly fun atmosphere should contact Mark Farnham on 07771644460 or 01553 841880.

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