MARTIAL ARTS: Six Kuk Sool Won of King’s Lynn adult students (not all pictured) with the help from some advanced students took part in a grading for their next belt and were all successful.
The students were put through their paces by the school instructors. They had to demonstrate their kicking skills, break boards with different kicks, plus various falling skills and self-defence techniques. Each belt has a set of techniques and a form, all teaching a different element of martial arts.
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Kuk Sool Won of King’s Lynn In Norfolk League
One, Jack Pinner not out 24 and Dylan Fryett not out 15 were the tail-end heroes as Castle Acre crept home in a thriller at Kirkley & Belton by one wicket.
The duo hit an undefeated final-wicket stand of 32 after all looked lost.
Kirkley & Belton had set 136 all out when Jack Pinner recorded 4-33.
Visiting team Acre replied with 140-9 (Tom Brown 28).
Charlie Steeles and Matthew Coe opened up with 143 for the first wicket to get Narborough well on the way to 215-2.
Steeles compiled an unbeaten 87 and Coe 67.
The hosts beat Overstrand by 83 runs after Oliver Reynolds took 3-23 and the visitors dug in after losing five early wickets.
Fifth place Castle Rising shocked second-spot Southwold by skittling them for 53. Rob Child bagged 4-10 and Matt Taylor 2-10, to win by 92 runs.
Earlier, Rising posted 145-8 with Taylor anchoring the innings on 71 not out.
Division 2W leaders Gooderstone 140-5 (Nicholas Morgan 57no) bt East Harling 139-5 by 5 wkts.
Sid Dobing hit 67 in Sandringham II’s 136-8 but they lost to Reepham & Salle 138-8 by two wickets.
Dickie Sayers contributed 75 in Thornham’s 150-5 but Snettisham II overhauled this by seven wickets 151-3 thanks to Pete Rose’s 48 not out.
In Division 3W, Second-place Boughton strolled to a nine-wicket win 49-1 with Ashley Legge 35 not out over Hockwold II who are in fifth position 45 all out. Neil bagged Irwin 4-18.
Mukesh Bouri took 3-34 but Castle Rising II made a mere 59 to lose at Saham Toney II by 207 runs.
Bircham II’s Mitchell Palmer took 3-13 and Daniel King added 28no to beat Gooderstone II – dismissed for 48 – by nine wickets in Division
Hamish Straffon-Lawrence’s 4-22 enabled Denver II to skittle nine-player Beeston II for 64 in a six-wicket success.
Fakenham III were 78 all out (Shaun Felgate 4-22) and lost to Dersingham, for whom Andrew Cooper notched 27, by four wickets.
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