Seaton youngsters celebrate martial arts success

PUBLISHED: 13:23 31 December 2012

Youngsters from Seaton's Success for Life Black Belt School with certificates

Youngsters from Seaton's Success for Life Black Belt School with certificates

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Youngsters from the Success for Life martial arts group in Seaton are celebrating what was a fabulous 2012.

Children aged from as young as four were successful when it came to the recent gradings.

Without doubt the top success of the year was that of seven-year-old Rio Potter.

The youngster managed to win the coveted black belt.

The club, with coaches Kevin Mills (8th Dan), Jenni Mills (4th Dan) and Amrik Singh (4th Dan) continues to grow as more and more youngsters take up martial arts.


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