INVERCLYDE Cho’s Tae Kwon Do Scotland held its fourth Scottish AIMAA (Action International Martial Arts Association) open championships in Greenock.
The annual event, held at Notre Dame High School, attracted 160 competitors from three countries and five different associations, competing in the disciplines of patterns, point sparring and continuous sparring in over 78 division.
Local students managed to hold on to six Scottish titles, with another nine silvers and 9nine bronze, collecting a total of 24 medals.
Patterns Winners were:
2nd Place: Owen Harvey 3rd Place: Abigail Pollock.
Points Sparring Winners were:
1st Place: Arlene McIlwee, Noah Laverty and Eirenn Larkin.
2nd Place: Holly Larkin, Liam Laughlan, Adam Engleby, Abigail Pollock and Rebecca Foley.
3rd Place: Carolyn Pollock, Jason Harvey, Stephanie Turner, Gillian Collins and Jason Cox.
Continuous Sparring Winners were:
1st Place: Noah Laverty, Liam Laughlan and Adam Engleby.
2nd Place: Rebecca Foley, Stephanie Turner and Gillian Collins.
3rd Place: Declan McGhee, Arlene McIlwee and Jason Cox.
Master Charles and Mrs Gillan Boyle thank everyone who took part and helped out including Gus McFarlane of Arc Van Rental for sponsorship
Anyone interested in joining Inverclyde Cho’s Tae Kwon-Do can log on to www.inverclyde-taekwondo.com or contact Master Boyle on 07901 828863 or Gillian Boyle on 07908 715883 or call in at the training facility at 11A George Square, Greenock.
Classes are offered to students from the age of 3½ upwards every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. A free trial week of classes is available.