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Little Dragons receive black belts
ASPIRE Martial Arts’ Little Dragons received their black belts on Saturday at a celebratory family picnic in Wilton.
Youngsters throughout the club were given their certificates at Bob Blandford Hall between 5pm and 7pm.
The club, which trains at Salisbury City Boxing Club, are holding a seminar with famous American martial artist Bill Wallace on Sunday, October 20.
Wallace is one of the original pioneers of kickboxing and has been a personal trainer to American film stars in the past.
If anyone is interested in the oneday seminar, contact Aspire Martial Arts on 01722 744554 or visit aspiremartialarts.net.
THREE students from Salisbury P.U.M.A Taekwondo and Kickboxing Club attended the English Open Championships and returned with an impressive medal haul.
It was the first time that Wendy Moscrop and Michelle Brady had ventured into the competition and both returned with a bronze medal in their categories, both ladies having fought extremely well.
There were also successes on the day for Jorevic La Fuente (bronze in sparring), James Bagguley (silver in sparring) and Scott Esnouf (silver in patterns).
Bagguley and Esnouf had recently returned from the Welsh Championships where they both returned with medals.