TWO Wantage Taekwondo School students claimed a brace of gold medals from the ITF Welsh Championships.

Sean Mcintyre won the adult male black belt patterns and -78kg sparring, while Lily Bunting took home the adult female blue belt patterns and blue and red belt sparring titles.

The school’s gold rush continued with Natasha Turner in the under 14 yellow belt patterns, Lily Emptage in the female black belt sparring and Jack Bowler in the under 10 yellow belt patterns at his first ever competition.

Turner also bagged a silver medal in her sparring division, while Emptage won bronze in her pattern category.

Max Rhodes claimed silver in the under 14 black belt male sparring and bronze in his pattern division, while George Wells was a silver-medal winner in the 14-17 black belt middle weight sparring.

Ellis Footner and Scott Naylor completed the haul with bronze medals in the 14-17 blue and red belt sparring and under 14 black belt sparring respectively.

Didcot pupil Gabriella Rhodes matched her performance at the British Open Championships with another gold, while Amber Luker also took the top prize.

Brooke Claridge and Charlie Rhodes both secured two silvers, as did Lisa-Marie Betteridge, Naoise Fullbrook, Seren Fullbrook, and Yasmin Betteridge, the latter two also winning bronze medals.

Harvey Claridge also picked up a bronze.