The Guyana Mixed Martial Arts Karate Association was invited to the NAFMA Guyana Open Martial Arts Championship at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall last Saturday and Master Lloyd Ramnarine took 16 students to
compete in the event with 12 being successful.
In the traditional kata form 7-9, Zafar Lee Ramnarine got 3rd, 10-12 Alliyah Ramnarine 2nd, Nickolas Ramkissoon 2nd, and Christopher Mahadeo 3rd, while in the 15-16 department Akesha Wills came 1st from the Black Cobra Karate Club. In the 6 and under kumite (point sparring) Daniel Ford placed 3rd from Black Cobra Karate Club, Brandon Deolall got 2nd from Independent Karate Club,7-9 Mark Sookdeo 2nd , Fawaz Mohamed 3rd , Tyrese Harris also 3rd from the Iron Fist Karate Club, Nickolas Ramkissoon was 2nd .
In the 13-15 category, Daniel Chandler was 1st and in the 13-15 Self Defence Philip Jaikissoon finished 1st.
In all the association claimed 13 medals in this their last tournament for 2015. They performed well during the year, winning a tournament in March 29, 2015 out of 11 clubs, and placed second on 1st April, 2015 at the Guyana Classic of Classic tourney out of 12 clubs and won the team kata.
The association is made up in 3 branches, one at New Grove Primary School in Diamond New Scheme, one in Parfait Harmony at the Black Cobra Karate Club in Westminster, West Bank Demerara and one in Middle Dam.
The styles that taught are Shotokan Karate, Judo, Ju-jitsu, Freestyle karate, and the Basic form of Brazilian Ju- jitsu. Interested persons desiring to join the clubs can contact anyone of these numbers 698-6727, 673-0823 and 681-7062 for further information.
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