While the U16 Epee team of Jacob Crick, Will Prendergast and David Pugh were narrowly edged out of the medals in fourth, last year’s silver medallists Aaron Crick, Serena Hogg and Arnie Seal went one better in the U13 relay to take the title. Continue reading Sway Juniors Go Gold!
The Turner Trophy (President’s Trophy) for Most Improved Adult went to Nigel Blight.
For the Juniors, The Roy Stocks Trophy for Most Improved Junior couldn’t be split, and so was awarded jointly to George Robbin and Joe Hughes (pictured) Continue reading Sway Perennial Trophies 2013
At a buzzing Reading University Sports Park on Sunday, a united entry from Sway Fencing and Lymington Walhampton Fencing Clubs were part of an 132-strong field of epee and sabre fencers in two of the age group categories. Continue reading Forest Fencers Head for Nationals
- Volunteers required to be pupils for Coaching Course, Sunday 2nd December,
- Adults Section Christmas dinner, Sat 8th December;
- Visiting Coach ‘master class’ Mon 17th December
Juniors from Sway Fencing travelled to Newbury for the Hampshire Age Group Foil competition hosted by Cheam School.
In only their second competitive outing, Will Prendergast and Arnie Seal took on the county’s more seasoned junior fencers in the Under-14 and Under-12 classes. Despite foil being the second weapon for both boys, they put up a lively fight against completely unknown opposition. Seal demonstrated a mature attitude in summing up their approach to the day saying, “if you win, you win, if you lose you lose – it’s a learning experience.” Seal finished eighth in the largest entry of the day. Continue reading Sway Junior Fencers’ Success at Newbury
A reminder that there is no Juniors session for the half-term week, that’s Mon. 29th Oct.
Adults continues as normal. RC