Members of Evolution Martial Arts have scooped medals at competitions in Peterborough and Northampton.
The Peterborough Championships saw seven kickboxers return with 12 medals, seven of those golds.
Paige Stedman, 10, won two golds while Talon Chambers, also 10, claimed a gold double in the points and continuous sections.
Also gaining the double gold was Zac Baldry, 13, also in points and continuous categories.
John Chambers fought in the men’s heavyweight category, adding another first place medal in points.
He also fought in the masters category, having to settle for a silver.
Riley Brocklesby, nine, took away a silver and bronze in his points and continuous sections.
Also earning silver and a bronze was Vicki Bradford, who fought in two ladies’ points divisions.
Mackenzie Warrant, 10, won a silver.
The Northants Challenge Club saw 10 fighters represent the club, five of them being novices.
In action on the tatami, four-year-old Leilo Tate fought in the four-five years points section, claiming gold.
Kyle Green and Ellis Vaughan fought in the same points division, Kyle gaining a bronze and Ellis gaining a gold.
Ellis also fought in the ring in the continuous section, adding a silver.
Mackenzie Warrant, 10, won a continuous gold and added a bronze in points.
Talon Chambers, nine, fought in both points and continuous categories, finishing with a silver and a bronze.
Rhys Coleman, 17, claimed two silvers while Olivia Green fought in the girls’ points and earned a silver.
In his first competition, Mason Vaughan, won a silver medal.
Paige Stedman and Jack Dickinson both just missed out on podium positions.