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Callum’s hard work pays off as he comes home with trophy

PUBLISHED: 20:51 15 May 2017 | UPDATED: 20:51 15 May 2017

Young Callum Gough is all smiles after his success. Picture: Club

Young Callum Gough is all smiles after his success. Picture: Club

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Callum Gough from Watton Kuk Sool Martial Arts turn on the style at a recent local inter-club competition in Norwich.

He beat allcomers in his brown belt category, gaining three first places to win the Grandchampion Trophy at his level.

Several clubs from the area took part and the competition was stiff but Callum had worked hard leading up to it and got his reward.

Callum’s coaches were pleased with his performance and are hoping that he can do as well on June 3 at the University of East Anglia in the European tournament.

Kuk Sool Won is an activity that all the family can participate in and enjoy for years of good health and fitness while learning self defence.

Anybody who would like to come and train can visit the website at www.kuksoolwon-gillingwater.org for class times and locations.

Alternatively call or text Andy on 07775 890359 for more information.


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