On 22nd of September the annual AFBJJWA Perth Cup was held. This was a chance for the teams new and seasoned competitors to put their training to the test.

Our school was well represented by our 5 warriors in action (Dylan, Teleisha, George, Anthony). They give their best in battlefield and we come up with good results. With a total of 5 medals (1 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronzes). A great highlight it was George. He made his competition debut, unfortunate catching a DQ for a slam, but coming back strong with some wins to get his first gold.

As we all know we never fight alone and had a huge contingent of support from the team down at the Herb Graham Rec centre. The love and support was felt by all those stepping onto the mats to fight and doesn’t go unnoticed and it’s what motivates the most.

We are now preparing for the next challenges. We hope to share many more memories with you then.  Our family is ever growing and we welcome everyone who wishes to improve themselves and experience the Jiu Jitsu lifestyle. To our students, thank you for your support, you make our mission possible, see you on the mats. Oss!

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