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By: Beth Davidson

Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting excellence (AASE) 2014-15 Download application AASEExpressionofInterestform14-15Fencing AASE Information British Fencing is committed to providing fencers with opportunities to improve performance and develop as individuals in a cost effective way. We have worked with up with SkillsActive and South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS) to offer you the chance of being part of and achieving the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting…

By: Beth Davidson

MARIE MATHESON TO BE THE NEW PRESIDENT At the close of nominations there was only one valid nomination and therefore Marie Matheson and Peter Smith are deemed elected to serve as President and Deputy President for a term of four years following the next AGM Details of the England Fencing AGM will be announced shortly. Marie is the North East…

By: Beth Davidson

TRANSPARENT MASKS BANNED FROM MARCH 2014 28th January 2014 TRANSPARENT MASKS BANNED FROM MARCH 2014 Complying with the decision taken by the FIE (International Fencing Federation) at its Congress last November, British Fencing is banning the use of transparent (“Vision”) masks for all fencing with metal weapons.  The ban comes into force on 1st March, 2014.

By: Beth Davidson

Boys’s U16 sabre  Ranking  Name  First name  Country  Club  1  Clyde Max   Street Swords Girls U18 Sabre  Ranking  Name  First name  Country  Club  1  EDWARDS Grace  Laszlos Fencing  

By: Beth Davidson

BRITISH FENCING OFFER SUBSIDISED CPD WORKSHOPS TO REGISTERED COACHES In order to help reduce the financial barriers for coaches, British Fencing are making funds available to registered coaches to attend selected CPD workshops offered by sportscoach UK at a subsided rate. The workshops and there subsidy are:     50% – A Guide To Mentoring Sports Coaches 50% – How…

By: Beth Davidson

SPORT ENGLAND INVESTMENT INCREASED BY OVER 50% Sport England has given a big vote of confidence to British Fencing in today’s announcement of investment in fencing for the remainder of the 2013 to 2017 funding cycle.  Overall the award to British Fencing represents an increase of more than 50% on the investment awarded for 2013/14, which was given on a…

By: jamesm

Boy’s U12 Foil  Ranking  Name  First name  Club  1  SCOTT  Mitchell  EAST DURHAM  2  SHIELS  Matthew  ST MARYS  3  ERRINGTON  Peter  NEWCASTLE SCHOOL  3  MILBURN  Thomas  PHOENIX  5  COOPER  Jack  MONKTON Boy’s U14 Foil  Ranking  Name  First name  Club  1  ZHANG  Leo  LASZLOS FENCING  2  WHITTON  Andrew  PHOENIX  3  FENYK  Anton  LASZLOS FENCING  3  TATE  Liam  WASHINGTON  5  VISHAL  Kiran…

By: jamesm

Boys’s U12 Epee  Ranking  Name  First name  Country  Club  1  DOUGAL  Conor   TEAM NEWCASTLE  2  MAY  Toby   TEAM NEWCASTLE  3  MAY  Oscar   TEAM NEWCASTLE  3  CAISLEY  Archie   TEAM NEWCASTLE Boy’s U14 Epee  Ranking  Name  First name  Club  1  TALKS  Joshua  TEAM NEWCASTLE  2  BELL  Jack  TEAM NEWCASTLE  3  ATKINSON  Owen  EAST DURHAM  3  WELSH  Lewis  NEWCASTLE…

By: Beth Davidson

DEVELOPMENT OF MARKETING MATERIAL FOR CLUBS BFA posted 21st January 2014 Have your say! As British Fencing endeavour to continue to improve our services to fencers, coaches, clubs and the fencing community at large we are pleased to announce that we are in the final stages of producing a stunning package of marketing materials for you to use to promote…

By: Beth Davidson

For further information about the British Youth Championships at Sheffield EIS 3rd-5th May www.britishfencing.com/events/british_youth_championships Rules: 1)      Eligibility: a)      Years of birth for this season are: U10 – Born 2004 or 2005                  U12 – Born 2002 or 2003 U14 – Born 2000 or 2001                  U16 – Born 1998 or 1999 U18 – Born 1996 or 1997 b)      Fencers may only enter…