Today we heard of the very sad news that Sensei Mick Randall passed away.

As you may know, ESKA had a number of founding members of which Sensei Mick Randall was one of them.

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Today we heard of the very sad news that Shihan Hirokazu Kanazawa passed away.

As you may know, ESKA closely follow the traditional teaching’s of Shihan Kanazawa having himself been taught by Masatoshi Nakayama and Gichin Funakoshi.

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Many of the current ESKA students won’t know Carol, but Carol was Edward Docwra’s wife, more commonly referred to as ‘Ted’ Docwra. Ted is a celebrity within ESKA as the ‘Spirit’ cup is named after him.

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To our students, members and families,

As you know, the UK and world are facing a new pandemic of the Coronavirus more specifically the COVID-19 strain and we wish to share some news related to ESKA and its members.

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Following the very sad news of John Froy losing his battle with Cancer, we are able to confirm details of his funeral.

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We wish to share the very sad news that John Froy (2nd Dan) of the Hitchin club passed away Monday night after his long and courageous battle with cancer.

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Over the Christmas period we heard the sad news that Sensei Roger Hall passed away.

Sensei Roger Hall as many of you will know, was a joint Chief Instructor of ESKA for many years and also a student of Sensei Mick Randall.

He like many of us, devoted his life to Karate and achieved the rank of 8th Dan. He will be missed by many, including us at ESKA.

Our thoughts go out to his friends and family during this tough time.

Over the Christmas period we heard the sad news that Sensei Roger Hall passed away.

Sensei Roger Hall as many of you will know, was a joint Chief Instructor of ESKA for many years and also a student of Sensei Mick Randall.

He like many of us, devoted his life to Karate and achieved the rank of 8th Dan. He will be missed by many, including us at ESKA.

Our thoughts go out to his friends and family during this tough time.

Over the weekend 29-30th of July 2017 four intrepid members of the Birchwood club completed a 100Km march across the South Downs in just under 28 hours. They were backed up by a team of 5 support crew, also members of the club or long suffering wives.

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