The Cobra Ju-Jitsu Club Skegness have held their presentation night.
Special guests, the Mayor and Mayoress of Skegness, Coun George Saxon and Julie Saxon presented the awards to the students.
The parents were entertained by the juniors with skills of ju-jitsu, karate and judo elements required in their grading, followed by BJJ ground moves to a finish hold, with a fight and pad striking Kata. The seniors showed judo moves with a finishing ground hold, then counter moves and escapes.
This was followed by BJJ take downs to a given finish with the tap out finish, which was very impressive.
The best attendance awards went to Mason Scarlett, Leah Revill and Connor Palmer.
Senior/juniors and seniors - red belt 9th kyu - George Moore, Kyle Blackwood Jessica Best, Giannie Salter, Alan Salter and Francisco De Diego.
Yellow belt - 8th kyu - William Jacobs.
Orange belt - 7th kyu - Isabella Somma, Daniel Sparks, Benjamin Walker and Edward Moore.
Junior group - Judo Badge, yellow, grade 7 - Connor Annbal.
Ju-Jitsu badge, orange, grade 7 - Connor Annbal.
White belt, one red tag - Meda Bublyte and Tony Walsh.
White belt, two red tags - Adam Hill and Connor Palmer.
Red belt, one yellow tag - Mason Scarlett, Lenny Mastin, James Duffield and Andrew Jackson.
Yellow belt, 8th kyu - Elliot Coldwell and Ashton Revill.
Yellow belt, one orange tag - Leah Revill, Sarah Bradbrook, Ashton Revill and Jacob Coxford-Hawkins.
Cobra Joining Certificate - Francisco De Diego
The Cobra Club meet on a Friday in Studio two of the Lisa Jay Stage Institute, found off Grosvenor Road on Brian Avenue.
The new term start this month. Junior classes are held 6.30pm - 7.30pm and senior classses after, 7.45pm - 9.30pm.
Ground fighting classes take place on Mondays from 6pm - 7pm.
For more information call Sensei, Nick Preston on 07923366210.