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The day after the Highland Games in Drumnadrochit, 12 noon to 3pm. For further details, contact us.
Members of Black Dragon Scotland’s Cannich and Drum Dojos are again performing a demonstration at the Glen Urquhart Highland Games. Due to start at 11.30 on the day, Saturday 24th August at the main stage, Instructors from the Black Dragon Martial Arts Academy will be in attendance too.
Further details as they become available.
Black Dragon Scotland’s final round of grading took place yesterday evening at the Cannich Dojo. All students grading were successfully. From left to right, Standing next to Uke No. 1 Sarah Collins is Little Dragon Green belt, Toby Collins, next to him, at the far back, Double graded to Dragon Warrior Brown belt, Murray Hood, next Little Dragon Blue belt, Struan Hood and on the end, Uke No. 2, William Speed. Front row, kneeling: Little Dragon Blue belt, Jack Ashton, Little Dragon Orange belt, Ruby Towns and Dragon Warrior Green belt, Eilidh Tomes. Congratulations to you all.
UPDATE: On the 2nd May at BDS’s Drum Dojo, Luke Palmer successfully graded to White belt, Red tab, Congratulations Luke.
Successful graders at our Drum Dojo last evening. From left to right, standing: Our new Dragon Warrior Blue belt, Cameron Putnam, Adult Green belt Sara Palmer and Dragon Warrior Green belt Jamie McMillan. From left to right, Kneeling: Our new Dragon Warrior Brown belt Felix McGunnigle, Little Dragon Orange belt Casey Palmer, Little Dragon White belt Rhys Curry and Dragon Warrior Green belt Alba Milton. Congratulations to you all.
Surprise Grading in Cannich last evening, Junior Sempai Jacob Collins successfully passed testing for the Brown Belt and the Red belt. Congratulations Jacob, pictured here receiving his certificates and Red belt from BDS’s Chief instructor, Sensei Kevin Shorthouse.
Sunday 14th April 2019, the date of the first ever Black Belt Candidacy gradings at Black Dragon Scotland’s Drum Dojo. Pictured are Sempai Anna-Marie Pirie and Junior Sempai Zak Westall, who after 1 hour and twenty minutes of testing successfully passed their gradings. Congratulations to you both, very well done.
Congratulations to Christopher Smith for successfully passing his Green Belt grading, here receiving his certificate from Sensei Phil Wood.
Congratulations due to John Cresswell and Paul O’Hagan on successfully reaching Phase 3 of the KEA Hand to Hand Fighting Method, seen here receiving their certificates from Senior KEA Instructor, Hugh Lamerick.