The 2015 Senior 5 Nations took place in Belfast on the 21st November.  Our thanks to Northern Ireland Fencing for organising the event this year.  Final placings were as follows


1st England 

2nd Scotland

3rd Northern Ireland 

4th Wales

5th Ireland 



West Fife Fencing Club, which was founded in a school dining room, has at last found a permanent home thanks to a £25,000 community award from the OneFamily Foundation.

The club has recently managed to purchase an old primary school from Fife Council, which will act as its new permanent base.  The £25,000...

Elgin Academy was the venue for the UK’s most northerly open fencing tournament last weekend (24 & 25 October) when over 100 competitors from countries as far afield as Spain and Shetland competed for the Highland Open Men’s and Women’s Foil, Epee and Sabre titles.

Highland Open Results - UPDATE

Scottish Fencing is growing its membership very rapidly, partly attributable to the introduction of “plastic fencing” to primary age children as a route into the sport. Scottish Fencing is now seeking to appoint two part time (0.5 FTE) National Development Officers to support its membership growth programmes as well as to develop...

The 2015 Senior 5 Nations event will take place in Jordanstown College in Belfast on the 21st November 2015.  Scottish Fencing are delighted to announce that the the following fencers have been selected to represent Scotland...

Women's Foil

  1. Chloe Dickson (Team Captain)
  2. Katie Smith
  3. Ruth Clarke

The Scottish national team came away from the 4th Junior Commonwealth Fencing Championships and the Inaugural Cadet Commonwealth championships placed second in the medals table with 4 gold, 1 silver and 5 bronze medals. Cape Town in South Africa played host to the championships and Scotland sent a representative team of over 40 fencers to the...

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