Professor Steven Paul, 1954 – 2019
Prof, we will miss you
1st/2nd London International Open. Enter here. Results
8th LPJS Plymouth. Enter here. Results
9th Bedfordshire Open. Enter here. Resluts
15th U17 Leon Paul Boy’s Cadet - LP Centre. Enter here. Results
15th LPJS Manchester. Enter here. Results
16th U17 Leon Paul Girl’s Cadet – LP Centre. Enter here. Results
29th Elite Epee Junior Series - Ashtead. Enter here. Results
30th Elite Epee Men’s Series 2. Enter here. Results
BRC U17 Canterbury, Sun 25th September – results
10 Amelia Dudley
41 Harry Couchman
58 Piero Steiner
MILLER HALLETT & MILNER BARRY 1st & 2nd October – results
80TH MILLER-HALLETT CUP
14 James Russell
20 Maxton Milner
16TH MILNER-BARRY CUP
30 Amelia Dudley
10th/11th Essex Open. Enter here
17th Sussex Open. Enter here
17th Elite Epee Junior Series – Northampton. Enter here
17th Tunbridge Wells Invitational Team. Enter here
18th Elite Epee Men’s Series 1. Enter here
25th U17 BRC Canterbury. Enter here
Our full competition calendar can be found on our Competitions page
British Fencing AASE Programme
If you are a 16-18 year old fencer who has completed GCSE year and are ranked in the top 40 (for your age on any national ranking list) you are eligible to apply for the British Fencing AASE programme.
What is AASE?
It is a Level 3 qualification based around Pearson Edexcel qualifications in Achieving Excellence in Sports Performance and Understanding Sports Performance; designed for fencers who have the realistic potential to achieve excellence and are seeking to perform at the highest level. The programme will cover all areas of fencing and this innovative and exciting sporting programme will help you to develop as an athlete and fencer.
You can find more information and an application form on the British Fencing web site at http://www.britishfencing.com/development/aaseprogramme/ or email Neil Brown firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to 17 year old James Russell who has been selected as part of the GB U20 team to fence in the Luxembourg World Cup in September.
Unfortunately James had a tough time at the 2016-17 Junior U20 Nationals due to taking part in a 50 mile overnight walk 3 nights before with his school. This left him exhausted to the point of collapse in the Last 16 bout, but he managed to continue and went on to finish 6th after putting up a huge effort in the quarter final against the GB #1.
Once again many congratulations to both James and his Coach Steven Paul.