Congratulations to the following fencers selected for the 2017 School Games. Parents and supporters you can now buy your tickets here!! 

You can follow all the 2017 School Games on Twitter, Facebook...

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Congratulations to the Scottish Youth Champions 2017 who are:

JUNIOR MEN

 

 

 

 

EPEE

DYLAN MORRISON

FOIL

JACK DOUGLAS...

Training on how to be a Coach Educator

This course is essential for any coach who wants to be involved in delivering the Scottish Fencing Coach Education Programme. The course is free of charge to anyone who is a member of Scottish Fencing and has an L3 qualification or above or is currently working towards there L3...

Calling all L2, L3 and L4 coaches!

Come and gain Scottish Fencing Coach Education qualifications whilst working alongside international and national coaches at the 2017 SFA Summer camp.  This is a great opportunity for experienced and newly qualified coaches to either expand their current knowledge or work towards a more...

Book now! Don will confirm final details with Largs shortly so to guarantee your place complete the Jotform today!

Dates/Times: 16 July 7pm - 21 July 1pm

Venue: National Sports Training Centre, Largs KA30 8RW

The...

The 2017 Leon Paul Junior Series Scotland was held over the weekend of 3rd/4th June at Linlithgow Academy.

Fencers attended from Blessington (in Ireland); Jersey; London; Plymouth; some of our regular competitors from Newcastle and Manchester; and across Scotland including Shetland.

Pictures from the day are available on...

Congratulations to the following fencers who are selected for the 2017 UK School Games

Please note that all selections are subject to appeals and to British Fencing disciplinary checks.

Selected fencers will be contacted directly by the Team Manager, Chloe...

It is with regret that the Board announces that Don McKenzie will be leaving Scottish Fencing at the end of May due to redundancy.  Don has supported many of our athletes onto the British Fencing performance pathway including Katie Smith, Chloe Dickson, Kate Daykin and Jess Corby over the nine years in the post, working with the Scottish...

Refereeing in fencing, particularly for foil and sabre, is a skill which comes from a lot of practice and building on experience. Referees can improve their skills from constructive feedback of their performance and from observing current practice.

The ideal way to improve refereeing skills is not in a classroom setting but in...

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