2017 AGM Notice
18 March 2017 9.30 - 11.30am,
Edinburgh Marriott Hotel, 111 Glasgow Road, Edinburgh EH12 8NF
When: 1 April 2017 (10am check-in)
Where: St. Andrews University Sports Centre, St. Leonards Road, St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 9DY
Entry Fee (per team):
£14 One weapon £24 Two weapons £30 Three weapons
1.Richard Wilbraham Dundee City FC
2. Ben Stubbs Aberdeen City FC
3T. Keith Davidson GWEFC
3T. Paul Vaughan Salle OssianFC
The second Scottish Fencing Academy Performance Training day is on the 9 October 2016 at Queen Anne High School Dunfermline.
Training is from 9am to 4pm and is a mix of sparring, technical and strength & conditioning. If you are a fencer who is looking:
Dunblane Fencing club are offering a scholarship opportunity to school age fencers. This is open to all fencers not just those who are members of the Dunblane Fencing Club.
Further details on the scholarship offer are below and information about the club is here
Following the great coverage in the Olympics do you want to find out more about the sport of fencing and perhaps have a go. See below for beginners classes which are starting soon. Most fencing clubs cater for beginners to join at any time throughout the year so contact our National Development Officers if you can't find a class listed below. They can give you details of clubs in your area.
Here are the 2015-2016 Scottish Youth Rankings. This is the first year that a comprehensive ranking has been published for these age groups and this reflects the commitment Scottish Fencing has made to developing our stars of tomorrow. The points totals are based upon a fencer's best 6 results from 9 nominated competitions and this format will continue in the 2016-2017 season.
Booking is now closed. If you wish to attend the Summer Camp please contact Don@scottish-fencing.com to see if there are any places left.
We recently heard the sad news that Mike Rollinson passed away on the 30 January 2016. Mike started fencing at a young age and pursued it through his physics studies at Edinburgh University. He ended up with a varied career in IT and weather forecasting systems that enabled a fair amount of travel. After many years out of fencing due to work, Mike took fencing up again in his early forties to get fit but the competitive bug bit again and he would travel with other club members to Open competitions in Scotland and England.