Karate lovers and people interested in the sport must diarise 30 September 2012 for a day of fast and exciting all-style karate at the Indoor Sports Centre in Sampson Street, Extension 23.
The event is organised as part of the inaugural Mossel Bay Sports Festival, which will be held at the end of September 2012 and the first week of October 2012 and is co-ordinated by the Mossel Bay Municipality.
The karate tournament will be presented by Southern Cape JKA Shotokan Karate, which is affiliated to South Africa JKA Karate.
Michael Coetzee, chief instructor of the Southern Cape association as well as a 6th dan and former Western Province champion, says a minimum of 150 entries are expected. The tournament will start at 09:00 and end at 17:00.
He said it will be a fast and exciting tournament, which can be enjoyed by adults as well as children.
Interested persons can contact him by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (044) 606-4031 (work) or (044) 693-3319 (home) or fax (044 ) 695-1466 or on his cell phone at 083 535 4175
Published: Internal News Release - Thursday, 16 August 2012
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