Team Evolution travelled to Windsor Leisure Centre for the final of the National Adidas Cimac Super League kickboxing tournament, collecting a series of medals.
Riley Brocklesby won gold and became the Cimac Grand Champion in the under seven years light continuous section.
Throughout the series of events, Riley has won gold, silver and bronze medals with some consistant performances.
Josh Talbot, 15, claimed victory in his finale, taking gold and getting the title of 2015 Grand Champion in the boys’ +49kg novice point fighting category - his first year of competitions.
Next year he will step up into intermediate and advanced sections, although he has already beat top class fighters this year in advanced sections.
Kevin Hunter, an adult light continuous fighter, lost out in the final to take silver, but accumulated enough points to win the Grand Champion title in men’s intermediate +82kg Light Continuous.
Nesta Baxter, the WAKO British and European Champion, went on to win two of her categories, both in light continuous.
She won the girls’ -55kg advanced light continuous and ladies’ -60kg advanced light continuous sections, even though she is only 15.
She was also named Grand Champion in both categories.
Pictured, from left, are Neville Wray, Linda Baxter, Nesta Baxter, Kevin Hunter, Riley Brocklesby, Josh Talbot and Peter Edwards.