Scottish Fencing’s board of directors convened for a board meeting at 6 pm on Wednesday evening 6 November in Caledonia House, Mike O’Donnell in the chair.


The organisation of the tournament by Scottish Fencing, at Edinburgh University’s Centre for Sport and Exercise and the Playfair Library Hall had been highly rated by the visiting teams. Particular praise was given to the decision to use a panel of highly skilled and experienced referees, as opposed to requiring each home nation to meet a referee quota.

New National Development Officer

Scottish Fencing's new National Development Officer, Alan Martin, started work this week.  Alan's role is focused on the development of our sport in Scotland, identifying opportunities to increase participation and membership wherever possible.

He will be in touch with all fencing clubs in Scotland over the next few weeks to discuss their needs and what we can do to help them grow.  Alan will also be available to speak to you at most Scottish Fencing events.

Scottish Open 2014 Entry Form


5 Nations 2013 : Results

The annual 5 Nations Fencing tournament was hosted this year by Scottish Fencing in Edinburgh.  A summary is shown below showing the total number of match victories for each country in each event.


British Fencing recruiting for CEO

British Fencing have started the process of looking for a new Chief Executive Officer.  Full details can be found on the British Fencing website.  





BBC Interview with Sandy Leckie

If you missed the live broadcast of BBC Radio Scotland's interview with Sandy Leckie on Tuesday, we have heard it will be accessible through the BBC iPlayer in the next few days. We shall add a link as soon as we can.

Bill Hoskyns

We regret to report the passing of Bill Hoskyns, one of only two British fencers to have won a senior world fencing championship - the men's epee in 1958. For more details, see

New Fencing Classes in Aberfeldy

Fencing classes will be starting at the Breadalbane Community Campus, Aberfeldy, on 24th August 2013 and every Saturday thereafter from 1pm - 4pm. 

Scottish Fencing April Coach Education Weekend

Would you like to help members of your club improve their fencing skils? 

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