2018 CFF Selection Update

These lists show a running total of the BF ranking points scored by Scottish fencers up to 31 March 2018 since the selection period for the Commonwealth Fencing Federation Championships (CFFC) began on 1 July 2017. I apologise that the February update did not appear.

2018 Cadet and Junior Commonwealth Team Announcement

The following fencers are selected for the 2018 Cadet and Junior Commonwealth Fencing Championships. Congratulations to all. The Team Manager will contact these athletes soon.

Please note all selections are subject to appeals and to British Fencing disciplinary checks.

2018 BF Consultation on changes to Selection

British Fencing launches a community consultation to seek views on proposals to change the Selection Policy for Senior World Cups and Grand Prixs.

This proposal follows a review conducted by the International Senior Management Group supported by the BF CEO and Chair.

Blair Cremin

Blair is our incoming Club Development Manager and will join Scottish Fencing on April 23rd 2018.  Have a read at the news story announcing Blair's appointment here

Blair Cremin joins Scottish Fencing

Scottish Fencing appoints Blair Cremin as Club Development Manager

 

Scottish Fencing is delighted to announce Blair Cremin is joining the team on April 23rd as Club Development Manager.

Blair has a strong sports development CV and most recently spent over 4 years as the Regional Development Manager for the East and Central regions of Netball Scotland, overseeing a significant club and membership growth programme. 

Michelle Johnston

Fencing as Michelle Guarino, Michelle is an experienced international competitor and was part of our gold-medal women’s sabre team at the last Commonwealth Championships in Largs in 2014.

2018 CFC and CJCFC Team Staff appointments

Scottish Fencing has appointed Michelle Johnston as Team Manger and Andy Alderman as Lead Coach for the Junior and Senior Commonwealth Championships.  They will work together to oversee the preparation of the Scotland teams for both events, the first in Newcastle in July and the second in Canberra, Australia, in November.

Alex Pearson leaves Scottish Fencing

Scottish Fencing says goodbye today to Alex Pearson as he leaves the role of Club Development Officer after 7 months.

Alex was pivotal in many areas during his time particularly around developing robust management information alongside building strong relationships with clubs embarking on their own Development journeys.

Vincent Bryson, Scottish Fencing Chief Operating Officer was clear in his praise of Alex’s contribution.

2018 Dunblane Fencing Club Easter Training

Venue:  Dunblane Centre, Stirling Rd, Dunblane FK15 9EY

2018 Highland Open

Venue
Elgin High School, Edgar Rd, Elgin IV30 6UD

Saturday 29 September

  • Men's Epee and Sabre
  • Women's Epee and Sabre

Sunday 30 September

  • Men's Foil
  • Women's Foil

All entrants must be aged 13 or over

 

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