Huddersfield's Premier Taekwondo club are celebrating a number of recent successes.
The Birkby-based organisation have received national recognition after becoming the club with the largest active membership in the country.
Added to that they recently competed at the British Championships in Manchester and came away with six medals – two gold, one silver and three bronze.
The club has received recognition from their national association for their efforts with the club’s chief instructor – a fourth dan – being able to boast a club of 400 members with 44 black belts.
“The club has been very successful and continues to grow,” said Master Mosy.
“I am very proud of all our members and the great team of instructors we have.”
In Manchester the club had six competitors in the medals over two days of competition.
On Day One they opened with a bronze medal for Rebecca Khawaja in the cadets +59kg category, to be followed by another bronze for Sara Jalali in the juniors -55kg section.
And the club finished with Kyla Julian getting through to the final in the cadets -47kg but faced a Great Britain team player and had to settle for silver.
On day two Caden Cunningham grabbed bronze in the children’s -38kg category, and then came two gold medal successes.
Charlotte Simpson competed in the children’s +49kg section and, at her first attempt, became British champion.
Also taking that title was Aaliyah Powell, who won in the children’s -34kg class.