Australian Fencing Federation board vacancies

The AFF has called for nominations to fill three board positions which will become vacant immediately following the 2016 Annual General Meeting scheduled for Saturday, 20 May 2017.
Nominations can only be submitted by member states and must be received by the AFF by 21 April 2017.
If a member of the Queensland fencing community believes they have relevant experience to offer the AFF board, please contact as soon as possible to discuss nominating. A copy of the nomination form is attached.

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More options with school team fixtures

School team fixtures picSchool fencing teams will take over the hall at Yeronga this Saturday in round one of the annual school team competition.
QFA has expanded the six-week-long fixture this year to enable individual fencers to participate in composite teams, catering to school-aged fencers looking for more competition
"There are a lot of school-aged fencers who attend schools without a fencing program," QFA General Manager Peter Creese says.
"By putting them in composite teams and running a supplementary competition side by side with the regular school teams fixture, we can offer more young fencers competition experience in a fun environment."
The supplementary competition, which costs $50 per person for the six-week fixture, has been expanded this year to have five categories running at the following times:

8:00 am – 9:30 am           Primary Foil (Years 4-6) and Epee
9:30 am – 11:00 am         Junior Foil (Year 7-9) and Sabre
11:00 am – 12:00midday  Senior Foil (Years 10-12)

Fencers must be School Fencer or Junior Members of the Queensland Fencing Association and must have their own fencing equipment.
To register an individual fencer email

Friday night fencing at Yeronga cancelled

Due to heavy rainfall and dangerous driving conditions, social fencing and learn-to-fence classes scheduled for Friday 31st March at Yeronga have been cancelled.

Saturday fencing is not affected at this stage.

Results are in

Queensland Fencing hosted more than 300 athletes and supporters from March 25-27 at the DH McKenzie open circuit tournament and National U23 Championships held in Brisbane.

With temperatures in the low 30s and cloying humidity to contend with, officials and athletes alike found the conditions at Yeronga SHS sports centre challenging.

Despite the heat, a handful of Queenslanders made their way onto the podium and many more achieved personal best results.

Read more: Results are in

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