CHESHIRE Martial Arts Centre students will be looking to build on recent success when they compete in the United World Karate World Karate Championships in Italy. Jess Bate, Ben Hutson-Redfearn, Rebecca Cameron, Rio Johnson, Darron McQuillon and John Cameron set out to Italy on Wednesday with the UWK England contingent including head coach Paul Graham, eighth dan, who is also chief instructor of CMAC.
But he appeared in good spirits as he posted an amusing tribute to Pogba following the 24-year-old's incredible performance against Newcastle. Returning from a long-term hamstring injury, the Frenchman was instrumental as United outclassed their Toon rivals, coming from behind to claim a dominant 4-1 victory.
You won't find sports fans settling in on a warm summer afternoon with a beer watching Kyokushin Karate on free-to-air television. In fact, it's likely only avid fans of the sport will know the finer details of the centuries-old tradition continuing to make waves in Griffith.
The games played in succession and started with the youngest group, the 5- to 6-year-old Mini Mites, which saw the Old Town Ducks nip the Williamsburg Gold Hornets 22-19. Next, the Mites took the field, and the Poquoson Bulls overtook the neighboring Grafton-Tabb Tigers 26-19.