‘Jubilee Foil & Epee’ + Senior County Champs
20th & 21st May 2017
Saturday: Entry List and Live Results for Foil
(Updated manually every other day)
- Sunday: Entry list for Sabre & Epee
Admin for the two days is being run separately. As in previous years we will take entries on the weekend for the team event.
Venue: Trinity High School, Other Road, Redditch, B98 8HB
Closing date: Wednesday 17th May 2017
Saturday 20th May 2017
– ‘Jubilee’ age group Foil competition for Boys & Girls’ U10, U12, U14, U16 & U18
– Individual senior men’s & ladies (born 2003 or earlier) Foil competition
Sunday 21st May 2017
– Individual senior men’s & ladies (born 2003 or earlier) Epee & Sabre competition
– Team senior men’s & ladies Epee competitions
– Age group Epee competition for Boys & Girls U10,U12 & U14 All events will be fenced as one round of pools with every one progressing to the direct elimination. Age groups are based on age on the 1st of January 2017. The organisers retain the right to combine smaller age groups.
Timings Check-in will close at:
Sat 20th May
09.30 U16s & U18s Foil
10.30 U14s Foil
12.00 U10s & U12s Foil
14.30 Men’s & ladies foil
Sun 21st May
09.30 Men’s & ladies epee
12.00 U10, U12 & U14 Epee
12.00 Men’s & ladies sabre
14.30 Men’s & ladies team Epee
Jubilee age group foil competition £15
Jubilee age group foil competition + Individual senior foil competition £25
Age group Epee competition £15
Senior competition, one weapon £15
Senior competition, two weapons £25
Senior competition, all 3 weapons £30
Team entries £24
Medals: will be awarded for first, second, and equal third in each event. There will also be Certificates for all participants in the Jubilee Foil & Epee Competitions.
Equipment: Lame bibs are required for all fencers competing with a size 5 blade, this includes the jubilee foil. Fencers must wear safe, correct kit that conforms to CEN level 1, and British Fencing rules. Breeches are compulsory. Under 10s must use size 0 and under 12s and 14s must use size 3 or smaller. U14 & U12 Epee size 2, U10’s size 0. Neither British Fencing nor Trinity School, nor the organisers of the competition, nor any official or referee involved in the competition is responsible for these matters, or for any accident, loss or damage to persons or property however caused.
BFA: Membership of the British Fencing Association is compulsory. If a BFA number is not included on the entry form we receive please bring evidence of your membership. Guidance on the new BFA membership can be found here: www.britishfencing.com/membership/ .In line with the new BFA membership system, all competing must have a Compete level membership. We are not able to accept Starter or Recreational level memberships.
Referees: The organisers would be very grateful for any assistance that can be provided in terms of referees and setting up, especially on the Saturday morning with the Jubilee foil. Please get in touch if you are able to assist.
Safety: Whilst H&W CFU make every attempt to ensure that the event takes places safely in a safe and secure way, the responsibility for the safety and welfare of young fencers remains with the parent, or nominated responsible adult who is acting in loco parentis for that child. If you, as a parent or coach, bring a child to this event and leave them during the day, you must make sure the organisers are aware of the identity of the responsible adult who is looking after that child.
Region: Boundaries in the West Midlands are often fluid as many coaches and fencers fence and reside within different counties. The organisers are happy to accept entries from fencers with a connection to H&W through coach, school, club or address.
Further information: Call Sam Stockley on 07977 927 637 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org