On Saturday 9 March karateka from across the Western Cape gathered at the Wynberg Military Sports hall for the first KSISAS regional champs for 2019. Hout Bay came home successfully…
The Wynberg Military Sports hall was full of hopeful karateka on 9 March, there to compete in the first Kimura Shukokai International South Africa Regional Championships for the Western Cape. Fighters from Boland to the West Coast and down to Hout Bay hit the mat hard in their quest for wins and medals.
Hout Bay’s medal tally at the end of the day was 2 gold, 3 silver and 6 bronze.
|Rio Cruz||Bronze||(Boys Kumite, 10-11ys, Blue-White, +33kgs)|
|Nathan Lowet||Bronze||(Boys Kumite, 12-13 yrs, +37KG)|
|Marlo Schoeman||Silver||(Boys Kumite, 12-13yrs, White -Blue)|
|Farley Moran||Gold||(Boys kumite, 8-9yrs)|
|Gus Moran||Bronze||(Boys Kumite 8-9yrs)|
|Amelie du Toit||Gold||(Girls Kumite, 10-11yrs, White-Blue, -35kgs)|
|Mila Meiers||Silver||(Girls Kumite, 10-11yrs, White-Blue, -35kgs)|
|Onah Lowet||Silver||(Girls kumite, 14-15yrs, -41kg)|
|Leah Sanford||Bronze||(Ladies Novice Kumite, White-Blue)|
|Michelle Luker-Smith||Bronze||(Veteran Female Kata)|
|Michelle Luker-Smith||Bronze||(Veteran Female Kumite)|
|Craig Calverley||Bronze||(Verteran Mens Kumite)|
Congrats to all the Hout Bay contenders.
The next regionals will be in May 2019 – watch this space!
See the full set of results here.