The first Combat Jujutsu Championship took place at Fitrip Fitness Center last Saturday where the participants put up a good display.
The officials expressed satisfaction of the event while the contestants called for more programs. Certificates were awarded the participants and best athletes.
The tournament was held in preparation of their upcoming world championship which will be happening in August this year.
The Atom weight ladies first position went to Getrude Kumasi, Awawu Bashiru was second.
Bantamweight male was taken by Abdul Malik Adjei, Ishmael Asamoah was second and Theophilus Teiko Tagoe placed third.
The Featherweight male saw Isaac Dogboe at first, Audrey Owusu Amoah at second and Prince Oppong placing third.
In the Lightweight male category, Ishmael Lamptey placed first followed by Edward Nii Neequaye at second and Divine Grace at third.
Middleweight male winners were Solomon Donne Ametepey and Fatawu Inusah
Super Featherweight male winners were Theophilus Laryea and Michael Ashong.
Mr. Bernie Johnson, President of the Association commended all participants and appealed to companies who love sports to support them.
The event was held under the auspices of the Professional Combat Sports Association (PCSA) under the theme ‘Knock Out Covid -19 in Ghana’.
Fitrip, Bwise, Kolsite Enterprise were some of the sponsors of the programme.