BCKA on course for Series success

The Peterborough BCKA club are leading the race to be crowned 2016 Peterborough Series grand champions.

Thursday, 29th September 2016, 4:14 pm
Updated Wednesday, 5th October 2016, 2:44 pm
Peterborough BCKA fighters who did well at the Peterborough Series. From the left are Kim Smith, Amjad Mustafa, Kelsey Lock, Zac Culpin, Abi Daulton, Matthew Lazenby and Hannah Cameron.

After the third of this year’s four instalments at the Deeping Leisure Centre, Peterbotrough BCKA have opened up a 150-point lead over Hicks Karate School.

Zac Culpin and Abi Daulton were both double winners for BCKA.

Peterborough BCKA results:

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Members of the Master Parker Serial Kickers club who did well in the British Championships.


Traditional Katas, Open Hand, Under 16 years-old - 3rd Hannah Cameron.

Traditional Katas, Open Hand, Over 16 years-old - 3rd Zac Culpin.

Traditional Open Weapon Kata Over 16 years-old - 1st Zac Culipn.

Members of the Master Parker Serial Kickers club who did well in the British Championships.


Mini Pee Wees Mixed Under 3ft 8in All Grades - 2nd Harvey King.

Boys 4ft 4 Beginners - 1st Leon King.

Boys Under 5ft 2in Beginner - 1st Elliot Morgan-Smith.

Boys Under 5ft 2in Intermediate /Advanced - 2nd Elliot Morgan-Smith.

Boys over 5ft 4in Advanced - 2nd Matthew Lazenby.

Girls Under 5ft 2in Intermediate/Advanced - 1st Kelsey Lock.

Girls Over 5ft 4in Intermediate - 1st Abi Daulton.

Girls Over 5ft 4in Advanced - 1st Abi Daulton.

Ladies Under 69kg Advanced - 2nd Kimberley Smith.

Mens Under 64kg Advanced - 3rd Louis King.

Mens Under 74kg Beginners & Intermediate - 3rd Amjad Mustafa.

Mens Under 74kg Advanced - 3rd Zac Culpin.

Mens Under 84kg Beginners/Advanced - 1st Zac Culpin.

Mens Over 84kg Advanced - 3rd Jordan Noble.

Mens Veterans Under and Over 79kg - 2nd Amjad Mustafa.


Boys Under 55kg, Under 60kg and Under 65kg Intermediate/Advanced - 2nd Matthew Lazenby.

Girls Under 45kg Intermediate/Advanced - 1st Kelsey Lock.

Girls Under 60kg & Under 70kg Intermediate/Advanced - 2nd Abi Daulton.

Mens Under 95kg & Over 95kg Intermediate/Advanced - 1st Jordan Noble.

A total of 21 students at the Master Parker Serial Kickers (MPSK) martial arts centre at Bretton have qualified for a world championship event in Mexico next year.

By finishing in the top three in their categories at the recent British Championships in Leicester, the students earned places in the British team for the Americas Cup Games in Mexico in October 2017.

The MPSK results were:

Shannon Parker - three 1st places in kata, weapons and chambra and a 2nd in sparring.

Aaron Granger - 1st in sparring.

Corey Bosworth - 1st in kata and 3rd in weapons.

Katie Simnett - 1st in sparring and 1st in weapons.Helen Sutcliffe - 3rd in kata.

Jay J. Fearon - 2nd in kata.

Cyana-Starr Ogles - 1st in kata and 2nd in sparring and chambra.

Kata-Storm Ogles - 3rd in sparring and 3rd in chambra.

Sean Dixon - 2nd in sparring and weapons.

Henry Middleton- 2nd in weapons 3rd in chambra.

Lauren Spella r - 3rd in weapons.

Rory Spellar - 1st sparring and 2nd in weapons and kata.

Hollie White - 3rd in kata and weapons.

Katrina Biggadike - 1st in kata.

Alistair Gunn - 2nd in kata and 3rd in sparring.

Charlie Gunn - 1st sparring and 2nd in kata and chambra.

Kaan Diker - 3rd in weapons.

Oren Semarano - 3rd in chambra.

Markus Sakalis - 2nd in kata, 3rd in sparring and chambra.

Saulius Serzantux - 3rd sparring.

Ryan Bartrip - runner-up in sparring.