35 epeeists took part in the Epee section of the UEA Master of Arms competition held at the University Sportspark centre. Many congratulations to Julie Henson of the NFC who was placed first in a difficult final poule of six
Julie Henson who emerged from the 2019 Commonwealth Fencing Championships with a bronze medal in the Ladies Individual Epee and a gold medal in the Team event.
The competition took the form of a Poule unique which was held over two consecutive club nights. There was a strong entry of some very accomplished and experienced epeeists, which resulted in a high standard of competitive fencing. (Where two
Mens 1st = Stephen Domek, Affondo. 2nd = Frank He, UEA. 3rd = Nick Burton, NFC. 4th = Fergus Rees, Ipswich. 5th = Michael Naulls, NFC. 6th = Darren Paner, NFC. 7th = Ted Hudson, NFC. 8th = Rob Johnson, GYWFC. 9th =
1st = Kris Sales, UEA, 2nd = Xavier Gerin. Ipswich, 3rd = Pete Eames. Leon Paul, 4th = Martin Walters UEA, 5th = Fergus Gilda. Ipswich, 6th = Ben Bone. UEA, 7th = Ted Hudson. Norfolk, 8th = Nathan Gull. UEA, 9th = Robert Johnson. GYWF, 10th
There was an encouraging turnout of 12 fencers for the Easter Bunny Epee Competition. Once again, we decided to hold a Poule Unique format in order to give everyone a full evening’s fencing of 11 fights each. Our thanks to