Another Tournament!

The Manitoba Provincial Wado Kai Karate Tournament has a new home and date this year. The new date is APRIL 27, 2013. That’s just around the corner. So anyone into tournament mode will appreciate that!

We don’t get too many other tournaments that are within reasonable driving distance from our club so when they do come up it’s great to try to support them. We’ll have the information and registration forms at the workout on Tuesday.

According to Google Maps, Selkirk is roughly 450 km from Carlyle. About the same distance as travelling to Saskatoon. It is just north and slightly east of Winnipeg. There’s a map at the bottom of this post.

Here are the forms:

Manitoba Provincial Tournament Poster

Tournament registration Form

Here’s the information:

CLINIC AND TOURNAMENT are held at the École Selkirk Junior High (516 Stanley Avenue) in Selkirk, MB

Registration / Sign in
For clinic and tournament: 9:00am – 10:00am
For tournament only: 12:00pm – 12:45pm

Costs

  • $10 per person for clinic
  • $20 per person for tournament (or $40 per family)
  • $25 per person if participating in both (or $60 per family)

Clinic:

10:00am – 12:00pm
Guest Instructor: Sensei Alby Morris, Nidan (2nd degree black belt)
Clinic will focus on self-defense techniques

Tournament:
Bow in / Divisions Determined: 1:00pm

Kyu Belt Competition: – 1:30pm

Black belt meeting to be held at 12:00pm following clinic

***Lunch available for purchase at the school canteen***

Contact Info: Scott or Jeff Corden at selkirk_karate@hotmail.com

Hotels in Selkirk:
Selkirk Inn & Conference Centre: 162 Main St, Selkirk, MB R1A 1R3 ph: (204) 482-7722
Selkirk Motor Hotel: 219 Manitoba Ave, Selkirk, MB ph: (204) 482-1900
Selkirk Tavern: 383 Eveline St, Selkirk, MB ph: (204) 482-9571

Carlyle to Selkirk, MB

Congratulations!

… to everyone who attended the Saskatoon/Warman tournament this weekend!

The tournament was held in the brand new Legends athletic centre in Warman, SK. What a huge and beautiful facility. The tournament was well attended, although we could have used a few more black belts, and our club was well represented in many divisions. We look forward to hearing about your tournament experience at our workout on Tuesday.

If anyone took any photos while at the tournament, please contact Sensei Kevin and we’ll find a way to share them here and on our photo page.

See you at the dojo!