Tournament Reports

Rd3 New South Wales - 2nd July 2017

Published on 06 August 2017

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Non-stop action!!

It was tremendous to experience the excitement and see the support for our future stars as well as our returning champions as they all battled for a chance to represent New South Wales when we host the 2017 National Championships in December.  Our Round 3 Tournament on Sunday July 2nd marked the most exciting event so far in this year’s calendar with nearly 40 different clubs in attendance, a number of who had travelled lengthy distances from around the state to be there. Big numbers in the Junior Divisions meant we were in for a fun day, whilst the adrenalin charged Black Belt action was eagerly anticipated.

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Rd2 Victoria - 25th June 2017

Published on 28 July 2017

 

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Cold winters day did not dampen the spirit of all attending round 2.

Excellent numbers of competitors attend round two for an exciting day of martial art competition being held at Darebin YMCA Melbourne

 About the NAS competition;

The National All Styles is one of the biggest and most professional martial art tournament circuit in Australia and the Southern hemisphere and has been running for nearly 30 years with tournament circuits in every capital city of Australia as well as a number of regional areas, with over 4000 competitors annually as well as the vast number of different martial art organisations competing in the NAS such as Kung Fu, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Silat, Hapkido, Tai Chi to name just a few is a statement of the popularity and success of the NAS circuit. 

 

All competitors lined up for the official bow-in, Mr James Casey, President NAS welcomed all attending and wished everyone the best for the day, reminding everyone to be a good sport on and off the competition arena!

 

Read more: Rd2 Victoria - 25th June 2017

 

Rd2 Queensland - 7th May 2017

Published on 26 July 2017

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Action packed day of competition

The day got off to a great start, competitors arriving from all over South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales. 8.30am all competitors lined up for the official bow in. With excellent numbers of martial art schools in attendance, the day was set for a great day of competition,

Before competition began Mr James Casey; President/CEO of NAS congratulated the 2016 Champion of Champions Mr Mark Stone and Ms Shannon French on their outstanding achievement taking out these titles last year in Melbourne to the applause of all attending. Both competitors have been competing with the NAS competition for over 10 years and are taught by Shihan Shane Degney RMAA Shotokan

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Rd2 New South Wales - 30th April 2017

Published on 15 June 2017

 
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New South Wales National All Styles Round 2 Tournament

on April 30th saw over 35 Martial Arts clubs from all over the state gather at the Netball Central Stadium in Sydney’s Olympic Park for another action-packed day of competition. Both tournaments so far this year have provided  a showcase of the tremendous talent of our local competitors, and the many new artists and clubs entering the scene for the first time, made their presence felt from the moment they walked onto the mats. If this is any indication of what NSW has to offer, then there is no doubt we will be in the box seat when we proudly host this year's National Championships at our home stadium in December.

Read more: Rd2 New South Wales - 30th April 2017

 

Regional Championship ACT - 19th March 2017

Published on 14 June 2017

 

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 A.C.T Regional Championship Report

The 2017 A.C.T NAS grew by 25% from 2016!

This steady growth is very exciting and I have already been contacted by Martial Arts Clubs from a variety of styles looking forward to the next round. A lot of clubs, after witnessing this event have promised to get involved next year. I look forward to 2018 being our best year yet!

The competitors, coaches and spectators who attended our tournament this year, mentioned it was great to see so many different styles come together and get along in the spirit of competition.

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Rd1 Victoria - 2nd April 2017

Published on 12 May 2017

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Victoria is still abuzz from the 20217 Nationals held in Melbourne

Big thank you must go out to all martial art codes, coaches, competitors and families for making these championships a great success with great sportsmanship, goodwill and comradeships 

Martial artists from all over Victoria attended NAS round one being held at Darebin YMCA Sports Centre for a jammed packed day of competition, Mr James Casey, President NAS welcomed all attending and wished everyone all the best for the day, reminding everyone to be a good sport on and off the competition arena. 

Read more: Rd1 Victoria - 2nd April 2017

 
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