Fridays in the Nicol Hall from 7-9pm and on Thursdays in Oban High School from 6.30-7.30pm.
Anyone considering starting training with the clubs should register now to make sure of a place. The next grading will be in October 2015; the exact date has yet to be confirmed.
For information on the classes contact Kenny Gray on; kenni. email@example.com
Kickboxing SENSHI Do Kickboxing classes are continuing as normal, with Juniors at 6.30pm on Wednesdays and seniors at 7.30pm.
Sharon Dickison’s women- only class is on Sundays at 2pm.
Due to the large numbers attending the junior class, there is now a waiting list in place.
For more details or information on the kick boxing classes contact Wullie Rodger on; shihanwill@ gmail.com
Kyokushinkai Karate WITH just over six weeks until the British Open/Cup of Europe event at the K2 Arena in Crawley, the fighters’ training is in full swing. The two Oban competitors, Mark Welsh and Amy Campbell, are pushing their limits on a daily basis. Katie MacDonald
from the Lochgilphead club has unfortunately picked up an injury and is now looking doubtful for the event. Katie may now have to focus on the Scottish Open in February.
The clubs had their annual beach training session on Sunday August 30 at Kilmory beach, not the warmest day of the year but everyone worked hard and enjoyed themselves.
The training was followed by
a beach barbecue. New starters are welcome at the club until the end of September, after this the training will be geared towards the next grading test which will be in December.
No starters are taken on in the three months prior to a test to give the existing students continuity in their syllabus work.
For information on the Kyokushinkai classes contact Iain Rodger on; firstname.lastname@example.org
Wallace Simpson and Stuart MacDonald sparring in the sea.
Members of Kyokushinkai Karate club pictured at their annual beach training session at Kilmory