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  • 2022-10-12 11:35 | Anonymous

    FSA held its Annual General Meeting last night, thank you to the club representatives who attended.

    Thank you to Sarah Lucy, who has retired from the Board after 4 years of service and worked on the Schools Program, Parafencing and served as Vice President.

    We welcome new Board member Alison Wotherspoon, who is joining Andrea Chaplin, Danni Kurbatfinski, Dov Spinks and Ursula Menz.

  • 2022-10-10 18:00 | Anonymous

    Entries for the October 23 FSA U17/U20 & Open B Events are now open.

    10:00 U17/U20 Foil & U15 Sabre
    11:00 Open B Epee
    12:00 U17/U20 Sabre
    13:00 Open B Foil
    13:30 U17/U20 Epee
    14:00 Open B Sabre

    Fencing South Australia Inc. - September 18 FSA U17/U20 & Open B Events (fencingsa.org.au)

  • 2022-09-25 10:51 | Anonymous

    Additional training sessions are  being run ahead of National Championships. 

    12pm - 2pm, hosted at Adelaide Swords Club (Tynte St, North Adelaide). Kicking off 1st October, no session on 8th, then every Saturday through to 19th November. 

    Click here for more information and to book

    Open to all fencers who are planning on competing at the National Championships in November (Open, Vet, AYC Final) - foil and epee only. 
    (As an indicator - these sessions are appropriate for 14 years and older, unless competing in the AYC Final or already competing in Open state-level competitions).

  • 2022-08-25 19:31 | Anonymous

    The FencingSA Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Tuesday 11 October. 

    Nominations are now open for Board Positions - nominations are not for any particular position, once the nominations are voted on at the AGM, positions will be assigned internally by the Board members.

    We are particularly keen to receive nominations from anyone with abilities or experience in treasury/finance.

    You do not need to have actively fenced to nominate for the Board - the current Board is a mix of fencers, fencing parents and coaches. We are seeking members of our community who want to contribute to the strategic development of the sport in SA.

    Board roles and responsibilities
    Being on the Board includes, but is not limited to:

    • Actively undertaking the work of the Board
    • Attending and participating at Board meetings (every four weeks), having read and considered the relevant papers
    • Respecting the confidentiality of Board meetings and proceedings
    • Being supportive of the FSA calendar of events, and attending/assisting where possible

    Nominations must:

    • Be endorsed by an affliliate member (club), and disclose any position the nominee holds in a Club, including as an Officer, a Participant, a Delegate or an Employee.
    • Be sent via email to secretary@fencingsa.org.au
    • Be received no later than COB 5 September 2022

  • 2022-08-25 19:29 | Anonymous

    Entries are open and close midnight Thursday 8 September for the School-Age Team Competition. 

    Schools and Clubs are able to enter teams into the competition - see the event page for more details: https://fencingsa.org.au/event-4945772 

  • 2022-08-17 12:07 | Anonymous

    The competition calendar for 2022 has been updated. Open and Veteran events have been moved from Sunday 16 October to Saturday 8 October

    Click here to download a copy - a list of the changes is included at the bottom of the document. 

  • 2022-08-01 21:32 | Anonymous

    The competition calendar for 2022 has been updated. The major change is that School-age competitions will be on 11 September, and U17/20 and Open-B State Champs on 18 Sept. 

    Click here to download a copy - a list of the changes is included at the bottom of the document.

  • 2022-06-07 18:01 | Anonymous

    As of 07 June, FencingSA has a new COVID-19 Policy (v1.1), which reflects the lifting of the AFF's vaccination mandate for national events. 

    Click here to access the updated policy. 

  • 2022-06-07 17:58 | Anonymous

    The FencingSA Board have adopted guidelines for transgender competitors at state competitions. We acknowledge the high value that sports can contribute to physical and mental wellbeing throughout a fencer’s lifetime. We are proud to promote equitable opportunities in fencing to ensure all people in South Australia, including people who identify as Transgender, Gender Diverse or Non-Binary, can participate in fencing without fear of stigmatisation or discrimination.

    Click here to access the guidelines. 

  • 2022-05-26 18:28 | Anonymous

    Entries have opened for the Youth (Under 15) and Cadet (Under 17) National Championships, to be held in Sydney 1-5 July. 

    Click here for timetable, competition and entry information
    Standard registrations close 18 June. 

    Competition is in Foil, Epée and Sabre; individual and teams. 

    FencingSA will be sending a coach to work with the attending fencers, but will not be organising group accommodation or travel - fencers/parents will need to organise this themselves. 

    In order for us to plan, if you intend on competing in this event but won't enter just yet, click here to send us an Expression of Interest - have a look at the timetable and please also advise if you would be available for Teams events. 


    As of 2 June 2022, the Australian Fencing Federation (AFF) have removed the pre-requisite for fencers to compete in a state-based event prior to National Championships. 

    However, FencingSA encourages all fencers to compete in as many events as they can prior to going interstate - we encourage you to fence up an age category, or in the Open-B events. 

    U9, U11, U13 and U15 events are being held on 19 June, and U15 sabre, U17/20 and Open-B events on 26 June. Entries are open via our competition event page.

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