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By: Warrior Tae Kwon Do  05/12/2011
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The weekend of November 19th-20th was one of the busiest yet for the instructors of Warrior Martial Arts, with a seminar and two sets of Black Belt examinations scheduled for the same weekend. With Dan & Barry O’Mahony both required to officiate and work on the day of the regular annual Black Belt exams being held [..]


The first ever group of students have completed the new Warrior Martial Arts Umpire & Assistant Instructor Training Course. On Sunday October 9th, a group of Black Belts and advanced grades gathered at the Clonakilty club to take part in the course. The first section covered a range of aspects of martial arts instruction such [..]


Saturday, September 24th, saw the students of Warrior Martial Arts Ballinhassig celebrating their club’s 5th birthday. The club, which first opened in January 2006, has grown in numbers dramatically in the past 5 years, with a variety of classes available to students of all ages including Junior Tae Kwon Do, Senior Tae Kwon Do and [..]


A team of students from Warrior Martial Arts travelled to Dublin recently to compete at the All Ireland Tae kwon do championships. The team consisted of students from several of the Warrior clubs [..]


Warrior Tae Kwon Do instructors Dan O'Mahony and Barry O'Mahony are currently training to test for promotion to 5th and 4th Dan respectively. In preparation for the tests, which will take place in November of this year, both instructors have travelled abroad to try and glean as much knowledge as they can from some of the art's top practitioners [..]


The recent Cork Open Championships saw a number of relatively new faces in the Warrior Tae Kwon Do squad. The lineup on the day featured juniors Josh Cronin, Brian O'Mahony, Andrew Foley, Jonathan Hurley and Sophia Cassidy, as well as seniors David Coleman and Mark Moriyama. With the exception of Josh and Jonathan, both of whom already have a wealth of experience,  the rest of the team had only previously competed on one or two occasions [..]


Two warrior students were presented with "Sports-people of the Year" awards at the recent Sports and Community awards held by the

& Bandon Credit Union. The Awards are there to honour the people of cork whom excel in sport or contribute greatly to the community with charity work and other contributions to society [..]


Members of the Warrior team, clubs and even some of their family members helped out at the recent bag packing in Dunnes Stores in Clonakilty. The aim of the day was to raise funds to aid the team in travelling to the recent All Ireland Championships. The total raised was 1025 euro. We would like [..]


For the third year running, over 200 Warrior Tae Kwon Do students, from clubs as far apart as Ballydehob and Ballinhassig and friends from the Blarney Tae Kwon Do club, gathered in Clonakilty to take part in the “Clash of the Warriors” Martial Arts Championships [..]


Following on from their recent sucess in England, members of the Warrior Team were in action again at the the Blackrock open championships. The team consisted entirely of black belts, with Aishling O Driscoll, Sean and Aoife Ó Broin in the junior sections and Dwayne Crowley and Eugene Birlea in the Senior Sections. Sean Ó [..]


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With Dan & Barry O’Mahony both required to officiate and work on the day of the regular annual Black Belt exams being held on the Sunday, it was decided that they would take their examinations, for 5th & 4th Dan respectively, on the Saturday instead, immediately prior to Master Harrison’s seminar.


05/12/2011

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A group of Warrior Tae Kwon Do students and instructors recently attended a seminar conducted by 9th dan black belt and head of United Tae Kwon Do international Grand Master Karel Van Orsouw, assisted by Mr. Marcel Hertog and Mr. Gary Brady. Several members of the Warrior Tae Kwon Do Irish squad were in action in the recent Haley Nalepa memorial competition which was held in Cheltenham, England.