The Papua New Guinea Mas. Oyama Kyokushin Karate Association (PNG MOKKA) has announced that their scheduled first grading for the year will be delayed. The grading was originally scheduled for the March 10 but has now been rescheduled for April. The announcement was made by Instructor, former uchi-deshi and PNG Kyokushin champion Sempai Samson Benroy.
According to Sempai Benory, the reschedule was due to Sensei Walter Schnaubelt being unavailable for grading. He said Sensei Walter had a family situation and could not make, hence grading had to be deferred.
Benroy also told students that this would also give more time to the students to perfect their techniques and katas.
The new date (exact) for grading is yet to be announced but Benroy will make this known after conferring with Sensei Walter.
- Kyokushin Karate Grading Set for March (pngwarrior.com)
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