More medals for Romford & Dagenham TKD

PUBLISHED: 07:00 12 October 2018

Romford & Dagenham TKD members face the camera

Romford & Dagenham TKD members face the camera


Romford & Dagenham Tae Kwon Do students had lots more to cheer at the South East Championships at Surrey Sports Centre on Sunday.

Harrison Smith celebratesHarrison Smith celebrates

Following his success at the World Championships earlier this year, the club saw Bower Park pupil Harrison Smith return with three gold medals and a bronze to lead the way.

Hall Mead student Abigail Rees also struck gold, along with Jay Wheal, while mum Karen picked up bronze and Darren Clack also took a bronze.

Instructor Alison Edwards said: “It was a great achievement for all students.”

For more information about the club or to book a free session, contact fifth dan Alison Edwards on 07720 711807.

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