The Cobra Ju-Jitsu Club Skegness have held their presentation evening.
The Mayor of Skegness, Coun Carl Macey, was in attendance to present the awards to the students.
Hamish Lingard, Adam Hill, Aurelija Bociulyte, Sarah Bradbrook, and Conner Annbal earned the Best Attendance Award.
Other grading awards went to: Seniors & Juniors: Yellow Belt 8th Kyu - Jonathan Hiscox; Orange Belt 7th Kyu - Adam Rawlin & Mathew Bellion; Junior Group: Belt Badge, White grade 7 - Hamish Lidgard; Karate Badge, Red grade 7 - Hamish Lidgard; White belt, 2 Black Tags - Faith Jupp & Thomas Hall; White belt, 1 Red Tag - Oliver Newman; White belt, 2 Red Tags - Jade Leggett; Junior Red Belt, 9th Kyu - Tony Walsh & Connor Jupp; Red Belt, 1 Yellow Tag - Meda Bublyte, Aurelija Bociulyte, Adam Hill & Connor Palmer; Yellow Belt, 1 Orange Tag - Mason Scarlett & Andrew Jackson; Yellow Belt, 2 Orange Tags - Elliot Coldwell & Rianna Hall; Junior Orange Belt, 7th Kyu - Leah Revill, Sarah Bradbrook, Ashton Revill & Jacob Coxford-Hawkins.
During the night, the parents were entertained by the juniors with skills of ju-jitsu, karate and judo elements required in their grading, followed by ground moves and finishing locks.
The orange group also gave a display of Kihon Kata, which is normally studied at senior level.
The seniors showed judo moves with a finishing ground hold, then counter moves and escapes.
This was followed by take downs to a given finish move with the tap-out finish then a counter move, which was very impressive.
The Cobra Club meets on Fridays in Studio Two of the Lisa Jay Stage Institute, Grosvenor Road, Skegness.
The new term starts on January 8, juniors 6.30pm-7.30pm and seniors 7.45pm-9.15pm.
For more information call Sensei Nick Preston on 07923 366 210.