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Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association National Championships 2011
Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association National Championships 2010
Belgium Course & Competition 2008
Sensei Brian Dossett Seminar
Seminar with Soke Brian Dossett of Spirit Combat – 16 November 2008
Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association Championships 2007
Jikishin Junior Competition Report 2007 - Tiptree
Jikishin Junior Competition Report 2007 - Epping
Belgium Course & Competition 2007
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Jikishin Ju Jitsu Championships 2006
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Results from Jikishin / BJJA (GB) National Championships 2005
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Results from Jikishin / BJJA (GB) National Championships 2003
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Brian Herbert Becomes Association Head
Terry Parker retires and announces Brian Herbert 7th Dan as Head of Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association.
Congratulations to every student that entered whether you won a medal or not you all did yourself, your club and your association proud, keep up the hard training and make sure you enter the Jikishin nationals in October and also have a try out for the UK teams in Random Attacks & Sparring. Speak to your own sensei for more information.
It is with huge regret and sadness that we report the death of Sensei Dave Patterson of Southend Ju Jitsu club. Dave had a major heart attack in February 2013 and did not recover consciousness. Our best wishes, kind regards and thoughts go out to his family and friends.
Dave, with Sensei Gino Muscat was co-runner of the Southend club and a valued member of the Jikishin family.
David had been preparing for his 2nd Dan, had been training with Hanshi Brian Herbert and was looking forward to the challenge of the Dan Grading in June. David was awarded his Nidan Grade as a gesture of solidarity and support from his Jikishin family by Hanshi Herbert.
His fellow Sensei Gino Muscat presented the award to David's Son Reece (who trains at the Southend Club) on behalf of Jikishin
Once again I am sure all of you will want join us in sending our best wishes and support to David's family, friends, colleagues and fellow Ju Jitsuka.
The loss of any young man is devastating, and to lose someone as fit and dedicated as Dave is especially sad. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association is proud to announce the appointment of two National Coaches in the international disciplines of Euro-Budo International. The object is to train and select the squads which will compete for the UK in international competition.
We wish them, and their respective teams success.
Promotional Video for the Euro-Budo International Random Attacks Competitions
Jikishin are the United Kingdom Representatives and compete in the EBI Championships.
A number of Jikishin senseis, senior & junior students attended the 2012 Groundfighting & Sparring Seminars at Mark Hall Sports Centre, Harlow in September & October. The Seminars were run by Sensei Earl Walker & Sensei Will Murley. With senior grades travelling from Swindon & Cornwall, the valuable techniques for Groundfighting were worth the trip.
Pictures of the England Squad with Association Head Brian Herbert and National Random Attacks Coach Lee Bywater.
Hanshi Brian Herbert Head of the Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association received a long overdue 8th Dan belt from the UKMAGB at the Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association National Course & Championships on 29th November 2011.
Congratulations to Hanshi Herbert.
It is with great sadness that we note the passing of Sensei John Hunt, who was a prominent member of the Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association. John died of cancer on 27th June 2011, and is will be missed by all who knew him, students, colleagues friends and family.
John spent many years in Harlow, teaching and developing a wide student base and bringing a number of students to Dan Grade (Black Belt). He won International medals and developed the Walking Stick Kata, which is taught by a number of Ju Jitsu schools and organisations worldwide. Well respected and dedicated, in particular to the juniors who trained under him, John was a true martial artist.
Sensei Brian Herbert: It is a very sad day. John was a fine martial artist a great friend and gentleman who will be very sadly missed by all.
Another successful crop of Black Belts
The Jikishin Ju Jitsu Association Dan Gradings were held at the Village Hall, East Tilbury, and 7 candidates were successful with:
Wendy Roser receiving a Sandan (3rd Dan) Grade with Credit
Gino Muscat 2nd Dan Grade
Paul Anthony receiving a Shodan (1st) Dan Grade with Credit
Nicholas Heap Junior 1st Dan
Duncan Nealey 1st Dan
Robert Holmes 1st Dan
Tom Wyld 1st Dan.
It Is A Sad Day
It is with great regret that we inform you of the death of Sensei John Williams (5th Dan) following a long illness. Our sympathy and condolences go out to his family and friends, and his wife Sue, who is in our thoughts.
He will be dearly missed by all in Jikishin and all those that have know him over the years
John was always a happy and friendly person who made everyone welcome at his club, and on courses.
He will be fondly remembered by us all
It is with regret that we have to report the death of Sensei John Williams (5th Dan) following long term illness. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family and friends and especially his wife Sue.
Sensei John was involved with Martial Arts for over forty years. His initial involvement in the arts was with Judo where he attained black belt status. He later started to practice Ju-Jitsu and was the founder member of the Cheshunt Ju-Jitsu Club which subsequently became a member of the Jikishin Ju-Jitsu Association. He was instrumental in building and developing the club from its origins in 1982 until present day. The club began in the neighbouring hall adjacent to the current building and then moved to the new premises a few years later. Sensei John has been key in improving the premises of the club and it is now designated a centre of excellence for the BJJA (GB).
Many students have passed through the door at the Cheshunt Ju-Jitsu Club to be taught by Sensei John. Some including myself have progressed to black belt status under his guidance. His enthusiasm and passion for Ju-Jitsu has been transferred to his students and this shall be his legacy.
These few words do not do justice to the immense achievements in Ju-Jitsu attained by Sensei John Williams during his lifetime. My fellow students and I will miss him and endeavour to build upon his excellent work at the Cheshunt Club as he would have liked. We are extremely proud to follow in his footsteps.
John Williams our Sensei and friend. Rest in Peace.