Welsh Fencing

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Numbers slightly down on last year, but the competition was tightly fought throughout, with only a few points separating the top few players.

1st       Adrian Stoneman (Cardiff)
2nd      William Meredith-Davies (Cardiff)
3rd       Krystof Gibbon (Cardiff)

Highest placed Opp. Sex        Sue Ko (HMSG)

For a full report, follow the link: www.whitchurchfencing.co.uk/sullivan/2015result.htm

Congratulation to George Morris, current GB Cadet Men's Epee Champion, who has been selected to represent Great Britain in the Cadet & Junior European Championships 2015.  George is one of four selected in the Cadet Men's Epee event.

This year’s event will take place in Maribor, Solvenia, 24th February – 5th March.

The full announcement can be found here: http://www.britishfencing.com/news/latest-news/?n=1255

Well done, George!

 

Follow the link for photos from the recent Winton Cup: Winton Cup 2014 Photos

 

Katherine is featured here, in an article in the South Wales Argus: http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/news/features/11642785.FIRST_PERSON__Champion_Monmouth_fencer_Katherine_Kempe/

 

Not to be outdone, the Veterans are also in the medals:

  • Gold Medal for Jim Crawfurd in Men's Sabre
  • Bronze Medal for Robert Penton in Men's Sabre
  • Silver Medal for Men's Sabre Team

Well done to all of you!

Wales had it's most successful Senior Commonwealth Championships in many years by bringing home 5 medals, to be placed 4th in the overall medal table.

  • Gold for Katherine Kempe in the Women's Sabre;
  • Silver for Mark Burkhalter in the Men's Epee;
  • Bronze for Tom Edwards in the Men's Epee;
  • Silver for the Men's Epee team;
  • Bronze for the Women's Sabre team

Overall, a fabulous set of results, with many other notable results throughout the week.  A more detailed report will be put online, once we have all recovered!

Carl added the following:

"I believe the Commonwealths (even without women's foil!) were Wales' most successful ever- well, in 64 years of Commonwealth competition - in terms of medals, even including the Commonwealth Games years. KK'S gold is only Wales' 3rd ever (1 in 2010, 1 in 2006) and it's only the 2nd time Wales have won 5 medals, the other being 1998."

Thanks, Carl.

George Hawksworth gets the verdict in a well attended and closely fought contest, with Emma Gordon coming first in the Women’s event.

For full results, follow the link: www.whitchurchfencing.co.uk/shield/Whitchurch_Shield_2014.htm
 

The entire Welsh team, showing determination, confidence and tremendous team spirit, are to be commended on their efforts in Manchester. Some sterling individual and well fought Team matches enabled Wales to achieve a collection of medals.