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JKS Novice Competition
May 1, 2016
This is the first JKS run compeition of the Year and is open to all Red Tigers who fancy giving it a go. England Squad members and students who have been Black Belt for over 12 months are not allowed to enter.
This will be a fun-filled day and is an event not to be missed. It is your opportunity to enter a well organised friendly event and test your karate against students of a similar age and grade.
Any medals won will be a bonus but this will provide you with some great experience if you are thinking about competing for JKS England in the future. The aim of this Novice Competition is to teach students of all ages about competitions. It is specially run for karateka with little or no competition experience.
There are quality medals for 1st to 3rd place, all winners (except the under 9 events) retain an engraved silver cup for a year. Cups are retained at the event, engraved and returned to clubs at the next B&B event in Nottingham.
All karateka aged 11 and below will receive a certificate for competing.
Registration is open to all ages, kyu grades and Shodan under 1 year tenure, but it is closed to JKS England and Wales squad members, as this is run as a novice competition.
Chief Official – Alan Campbell Sensei – Chief Instructor
JKS England Chief Referee – Geoff Dixon Sensei – Chief Referee JKS England
One Event- £10, Two events – £15, Three Events – £20, All Spectators – Free of charge.
Entries to be received by Friday 22nd April 2016 All entries are to be made by a Club coach or representative, no individual entries.
If you would like to enter this event please speak to your Instructor and we will organise your entry. You’ve got to be in it to win it guys so let us know you are thinking about it and we will get you ready! No trophies or medals for sitting at home on the couch!
Individual Kata Events
Open grade 8 Years and below Mixed n/a
Open grade 9 – 11 Years Mixed Activ8 Cup
Open Grade 12 – 16 Years Mixed TSB Cup
9th to 3rd kyu 17 Years and over Mixed Lawrence Hannah Cup
2nd Kyu to Shodan 17 Years and over Mixed Lawrence Hannah Cup
A kata from Heian Shodan to Tekki Shodan will be selected subject to grade. Kihon Kata can be performed instead of Heian Shodan for Pee Wee grades.
Family Kata Event Event
Open Grade Open Age Mixed Gough and Kelly Cup
This is a very popular event for child / child or parent / child, team of two. Cousins are ok to compete together as “family”, you may perform the same kata in all rounds.
Individual Kumite Events
7. Open grade 8 Years and below Mixed n/a
8. Open grade 9 – 11 Years Male Activ8 Cup
9. Open grade 9 – 11 Years Female New Cup this Year
10. Open grade 12 -13 Years Male New Cup this Year
11. Open grade 12 -13 Years Female New Cup this Year
12. Open grade 14 – 16 Years Male SSKC Cup
13. Open grade 14 – 16 Years Female SQES Cup
14. 9 th to 3rd kyu 17 Years and over Male HT Scaffoldng Cup
15. 9 th to 3rd kyu 17 Years and over Female HT Scaffoldng Cup
16. 2 nd Kyu to Shodan 17 Years and over Male Denby Security Cup
17. 2 nd Kyu to Shodan 17 Years and over Female SWV Cup
Note – Events 7 to 9 are STRICTLY NO CONTACT, Events 10 and 11 are VERY LIGHT CONTACT and Events 12 to 17 are LIGHT CONTACT.
The Competition will be run to standard JKS England Rules Entries are seeded by grade and age and placed into a schedule, where possible members will not be placed against someone from their own club in initial rounds. Where a club have a lot of entries in an event this may not be possible.