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07 Aug 2022

Tullamore success at Midland Kenpo Championships

ON Sunday April 10, students from the Tullamore Kenpo Karate, gathered outside the Studio, on Patrick Street. Together with their parents and the studio’s instructors, they traveled to Portlaoise, for the Midlands Kenpo Karate Championships.

ON Sunday April 10, students from the Tullamore Kenpo Karate, gathered outside the Studio, on Patrick Street. Together with their parents and the studio’s instructors, they traveled to Portlaoise, for the Midlands Kenpo Karate Championships.

Once there, the students tested their skills in both the disciplined art of forms and the courage of fighting against other students from, Dublin, Cavan, Trim, Celbridge, Galway and Portlaoise.

The day went very well with all the students from the beginners, yellow belts, to the more experienced brown belts doing their very best and making parents, instructors and Tullamore, proud of their performance.

At the end of a long day the students came back to Tullamore with three more trophies.

If you have any interest in the disciplined art of Karate and would like to learn a practical street self defence, like no other, you can check out, www.irelandkenpo.com

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