The Ronin Budo Karate and Kickboxing Club in Belper celebrated a return to winning form at the Revolution Derbyshire Championships.
Nathan Harris won gold for light continuous fighting and Anthony Farmer took silver in the men’s points fighting.
Scarlet Brown won traditional forms, traditional weapons forms and freestyle forms for 8-12 years’ girls.
Charles Spring, Ronin Budos principle instructor, claimed the traditional forms and traditional weapons forms for adult men.
Brown also took home a silver in sport sword, which is a form of weapons fighting, from the Chapel-en-le-Frith meeting.
The team went to the Central England Championships in Worksop where Spring won gold in weapons forms and silver in traditional forms.
Brown took gold in freestyle forms and silver in traditional forms.
The rest of the team competed well and learned from their experiences.
Next stop for the team is the World Kickboxing and Karate Council National Championships, which is a qualifier for the world championships in America later in the year.
The club meets at Belper Strutts on Mondays and Milford Riverside Fitness Centre on Tuesdays and Thursdays.