Youth Fencing

Edinburgh Plastic Fencing Results : Sunday 21st February 2016

Primary 3

1. Evan Drummond-Murray (b)

2. Finn Davidson (b)

3. Cameron Syme (b)

3. Anna Magee (g)

5. Joseph McBride (b)

6. Tristan Wake (b)

7. Savva Nazarov (b)

8. Fahad Arieff (b)

9. Isobel Archibald (g)

10. Alistair Davies (b)

11. Alfie Corrall (b)

Primary 4

1. Alex Read (b)

2. Evan Leivesley (b)

3. Sam Ritchie-Haplin (b)

3. Andrew Corner (b)

5. Oscar Griffen (b)

6. Fergus Reid (b)

7. Rebecca Cowan (g)

Ready Steady Fence - Plastic Fencing Festival

Loads of FUN, Fencing and Games as part of the

Ready Steady Fence Plastic Fencing Festival!

 

Where:

Sports Centre, Hutchesons Grammar School, 21 Beaton Road, Glasgow, G41 4NW

When:

Session 1 – 3.15pm – 4.15pm - Please arrive by 3pm to check-in 

Session 2 – 4.15pm – 5.15pm – Please arrive by 4pm to check-in

What to wear:

Free Memberships for Plastic Fencers

If your child has taken part in Plastic Fencing Classes within schools in the WEST OF SCOTLAND with Coach David Rollo, then 

Scottish Fencing are delighted to offer them FREE social membership, worth £10.

2016 SFA Summer Camp

Dates for the Scottish Fencing Academy summer camp are 4 - 8 July. The venue is Strathallan School (see pictures above).

Applications for the Summer Camp should be received three weeks before the event so sign up to guarantee your place! Coach Serena isn't able to come now but in her place we welcome Beatrice Argenti, winner of the Mediterranean U20 Championships and runner-up in the Italian U20 Championships. She is planning to accompany three younger Italian foilists for some international sparring.

Scots excel at the British Cadet & Junior Championships

It was great to see a contingent of younger Scots in action at the Cadet and Junior British Championships this weekend. Congratulations go to the following for their fantastic results:

Katie Smith                    Silver                Junior Women’s Foil

GB Men's Foil team qualify for Rio 2016

#RoadtoRio, Britain’s men’s foil team qualified for the Olympics this weekend. Richard Kruse, the only Scot and his fellow team mates are now looking forward to fencing men’s foil in Rio. You can read the full report with comments from Richard here.

SFA Training Day

Ready Steady Fence - Edinburgh Plastic Fencing Competition

The Ready Steady Fence series of competitions are for primary school age children who have been coached in clubs or school classes.

RESULTS


Every entrant will receive a Chocolate Medal.

Poule fights up to 3 with Direct Elimination (DE) fights to 5.

Distinct age groups for P3, P4, P5, P6 and P7.

Separate girls and boys competitions.

 

Sunday 21st February

St Thomas Aquins School, Edinburgh.

 

 

2016 Secondary School Team Fencing Championships

Please Note: This Competition is for School Teams Only

Each entrant must be an individual member of Scottish Fencing and attend a Scottish secondary school. 

Fencers’ names must appear on the membership list obtained from British Fencing on 18th March, otherwise they will be required to pay the appropriate membership subscription at check-in.

Teams must represent Scottish secondary schools.
Each team member must be a current pupil of the school represented by the team.

2016 SFA International Qualifiers - Selection for Challenge Wratisalvia

After five tough rounds of competition the selectors have made their decisions and those selected for Challenge Wratislavia will receve their invitations soon.

Those selected are listed here. We will publish the final squad once we know who has accepted their invite.

If you have queries about the selection please contact bill@scottish-fencing.com who is the director responsible for selection. 

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