KSK Senior Gradings at Meadowcroft, Aylesbury - April 2012

KSK Senior Gradings at Meadowcroft, Aylesbury - April 2012 The KSK Ikkyu and Dan gradings were held at Meadowcroft, Aylesbury on Sunday and I am very please to announce that all three of the candidates from Pinner Club achieved their Black Belts.

The full list of sucessful candidates is shown beneath:

David Lane, Bicester Club
Ko Portengen, Towcester Club

Robert Roszczyk, Pinner Club
Dean Ramsey, Pinner Club
Joe Doyle, Pinner Club
Alex Kelly, NewburyClub
Ron Tanner, NewburyClub

Russell Foskett, Aylesbury Club
Michael Rampton, Aylesbury Club

Brian Horsler, Aylesbury Club

John Saunders, Bedford Club

Two other candidates were promoted to Shodan: David Salmon and James Stein, who both took their gradings with the Yomi Shin Tai Club in Aosta, Italy when KSK visited earlier this year.

Congratulations to all the candidates.

Pictures are now available in our Aikido Picture Gallery. Please find the link below:

KSK Senior Gradings at Meadowcroft, Aylesbury - April 2012 - Picture Gallery

KSK Senior Gradings at Meadowcroft, Aylesbury - April 2012 - Picture Gallery #2

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