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Sunday 13th March saw EPIC martial arts headed to the KWON in Birmingham. We had a large following and took up around a quarter of the stand at the back of the arena.

A big medal haul came back to the south west with us as we dominated the day. A massive congratulations to all whom travelled up to fight, including those who had their first national competition.

The results:

GOLD MEDALISTS: (11 golds)
Alex Fellender-Evans (x1)
Ben Davies (x1)
Brooklyn James (x1)
Dean Andrews (x1)
Harvey Tyler (x3)
Katie Williams (x2)
Tom Dudley (x1)
Matt Roberts (x1)

SILVER MEDALISTS: (11 silvers)
Ashleigh Nelson (x1)
Ben Davies (x1)
Dean Andrews (x1)
Dylan Hunt (x1)
Finlay Haynes (x2)
Harvey Pollard (x1)
Jack Davies (x2)
Jack Pollard (x1)
Robyn humphreys (x1)

BRONZE MEDALISTS: (7 Bronzes)
Alex Fellender-Evans (x1)
Ashleigh Nelson (x1)
Harrison ‘Jeff’ Doyle (x1)
Jess Andrews (x1)
Justin Worland (x1)
Robyn Hunphreys (x2)

Final medal tally: 29 from 20 fighters

A well done to those who narrowly missed out on the podium:
Daisy Humphreys and Jordan Sambells.

Also best wishes for recovery to Molly Hershaw who was injured 5 seconds into her fight and a mention to Sadie Worland who travelled up but didn’t get to fight due to nobody else representing in her category.

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