🌟 Northern Ireland’s Martial Arts Scene Shines Brightly! 🌟
With the first qualifying tournament of the year on the 28.01.2024 in the WKUWORLD, Team Northern Ireland with Patricia Murphy as the President, Liam McLaughlin as the new president for semi contact and Michelle Murphy for rings introduced a new section for under 7 year olds “pee wee” with the heights small medium tall. Northern Ireland brought together a squad brimming with skill and determination, all aiming for their chance to compete at the World Championships 2024 in Rhodes, Greece. The selection for the national Squad has been eagerly awaited, and those who triumphed have now been notified.
“Full Circle Martial Arts celebrates the grit and spirit of our Little Ninjas who showcased exceptional courage in the face of Ireland’s best. A huge shout-out to our champions and the community that stands strong behind them. Proud beyond words!” – Full Circle Martial Arts
“Team Phoenix Freestyle shines at the WKU NI Qualifiers, earning spots at the World Championships in Greece! Big congrats to our competitors and to Emmet, our new head referee of points fighting. Here’s to a year of growth and triumph!” – Team Phoenix Freestyle
👏 A heartfelt thank you goes out to all who made the tournament a success: all the girls running the tables, fighters, coaches, judges, and supporters. Without everyone’s help, it wouldn’t happen – special thanks to Willie Lowry. Congrats to Emmett Doherty becoming head ref semi contact!
Next up for tournaments in the UK und Germany: 10.02.24 Samonte Cup Qualifying Tournament and 11.02.2024 Newcomers in England.
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