Annual Awards


2020 SZA Annual Awards for the 2019 Achievements

The 2020 Shotokan-ZA Annual Awards, for the 2019 achievements, took place on Saturday, 22 February 2019 at the Reddam House Waterfall Snr Prep School Auditorium, Waterfall Estate.


Awards: Junior Colours 2019
Presented by Sensei Marjolein Lewis & Michelle Botes

  1. Aiden du Toit– SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata & Kumite
  2. Aiden Fleuriot – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata and UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata & Kumite
  3. Baraka Zando – SZA National Gold medallist in Unison Kata & Rotational Kumite
  4. Bryce Hornby – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata, Unison Kata, Kumite & Kobudo. UWKSA Gold Medallist in Kata. FCMA National Gold Medallist in Kata. Represented SZA at the 6 Nation Cup in Egypt and won the Gold Medal in Kata and Silver in Kumite.
  5. Camdon Pillay – SZA National Gold Medallist in Rotational Kumite and UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata.
  6. Casey Howle – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kumite and the UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata.
  7. Danelle Botes – SZA National Gold medallist in Kata. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata. Represented SZA at the 6Nation Cup in Egypt and won the Gold Medal in Kata.
  8. Daniel Nunes – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kumite.
  9. Demira Naran – SZA National Gold Medallist in Unison Kata & Rotational Kumite. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kumite.
  10. Deven Morrison – UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kumite. Represented SZA at the WUKF 6 Nation Cup in Egypt.
  11. Gustav Palm – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata.
  12. Jude Watson – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kumite & Rotational Kumite. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kumite.
  13. Kiara Naran – SZA National Gold medallist in Kata & Rotational Kumite. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kumite.
  14. Kiara Pandaram – SZA National Gold medallist in Rotational Kumite.
  15. Kyle Sadie – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata, Kumite & Rotational Kumite. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata.
  16. Nina Baumgarten– SZA National Gold medallist in Kata
  17. Saishka Pandaram – SZA National Gold medallist in Rotational Kumite & Kobudo.
  18. Shannon Olivier – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata, Unison Kata, Kumite & Rotational Kumite. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kumite. FCMA National Gold Medallist in Kumite. Represented SZA at the WUKF 6 Nation Cup in Egypt and won the Gold Medal in Kumite.
  19. Siyabonga Mabelane – SZA National Gold Medallist in Rotational Kumite and the UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata & Kumite.
  20. Sizwe Moyo – SZA National Gold Medallist in Unison Kata & Rotational Kumite.
  21. Stefan Schönborn – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata, Unison Kata, Kumite & Rotational Kumite. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata & Kumite. FCMA National Gold Medallist in Kata & Kumite. Represented SZA at the WUKF 6 Nation Cup in Egypt and won the Gold Medal in Kata.
  22. Thomas Parry – Represented SZA at the WUKF 6 Nation Cup and won the Bronze Medal for Kata.
  23. Tristan Gomes – SZA National Gold medallist in Kata, Basic Kumite and Free Style Kumite
  24. Werner Swanepoel – SZA National Gold Medallist in Kata & Kumite.

Awards: Half Colours 2019 – Presented by Sensei Lisel Steyn and Michelle Botes

  1. Debbie Schoombee – SZA National Gold medallist in Kata, Unison Kata & Kobudo. UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata. FCMA National Gold Medallist in Kobudo.
  2. Marjolein Lewis – SZA National Gold medallist in Kata & Unison Kata.
  3. Nico Jacobs – SZA National Gold medallist in Kobudo.
  4. Werner Schnetler –  SZA National Gold medallist in Kumite.
  5. Louis Botha – UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata
  6. Marna Howle – UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata
  7. Albert Mouton – UWKSA National Gold Medallist in Kata

Awards: Full Colours 2019 – Presented by Sensei Werner Schnetler

  1. Mari du Preez – SZA National Gold Medallist in Unison Kata. Represented SZA at the WUKF 6 Nation Cup in Egypt as the National Coach and won the Silver Medal for Individual Kata.
  2. Lisa Schnetler – SZA National Gold Medallist in kata. Represented SZA at the WUKF 6 Nation Cup in Egypt and won the Gold Medal in Kata and Silver for Kumite.

Awards: Certificates awarded to SZA National Gold Medallists who joined the circuit after the Regional Championships 2019 – Presented by Sensei Debbie Schoombee

  1. Derick Botes – Kata
  2. Koos de Villers – Kata
  3. Khrishay Gulab – Kata
  4. Lezario Louw – Kumite
  5. RJ Els – Kata
  6. Viksha Mistri – Unison Kata & Rotational Kumite
  7. Wentzel Norton – Kumite & Unison Kata

Awards: Floating trophies for the best individuals in the EMERALD LEAGUE 2019 – Presented by Sensei Lisa Schnetler

  1. Children Female – Liah Paoli
  2. Cadet Female – Simoné Meyer
  3. Junior Female – Benita Lubbe
  4. Senior Male – James J Maasberg

Awards: Floating trophies for the best individuals in the RUBY LEAGUE 2019 – Presented by Sensei Nico Jacobs

  1. Children Female – Dané Schnetler
  2. Cadet Male – Sashen Naidoo
  3. Veteran Male – Raj Pandaram

Awards: Floating trophies for the best individuals in the SAPPHIRE LEAGUE 2019 – Presented by Sensei George Modikwe

  1. Children Female – Shannon Olivier
  2. Children Male – Aiden Fleuriot
  3. Cadet Female – Demira Naran
  4. Cadet Male – Stefan Schonborn
  5. Junior Male – Bryce Hornby
  6. u/21 Female – Lisa Schnetler
  7. u/21 Male – Albert Mouton
  8. Senior Male – Louis Botha
  9. Veteran Female – Debbie Schoombee
  10. Masters Female – Marjolein Lewis
  11. Masters Male – Werner Schnetler

Awards: Floating trophies for the best individuals in Kata and Kumite in the different age categories 2019 – Presented by Sensei Petra Smit and Sensei Wentzel Norton

  1. KATA u/13yrs – Shannon Olivier
  2. KUMITE u/13yrs – Jude Watson
  3. KATA u/18yrs – Stefan Schonborn
  4. KUMITE u/18yrs – Stefan Schonborn
  5. KATA Seniors – Lisa Schnetler
  6. KUMITE Seniors – Albert Mouton
  7. KATA Veterans – Debbie Schoombee
  8. KATA Masters – Werner Schnetler
  9. KUMITE Masters – Werner Schnetler

Leadership Trophy 2019

  1. Lisa Schnetler and Bryce Hornby

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