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Welcome to Oxford Fencing Club 

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Updates and Events

Beginners Foil Course
The next eight session course starts on October 10th and continues on Oct 17, 24; Nov 7, 14, 21, 28; Dec 5. Note there is a break for half term. The course is open to anyone 8 years and over.  For more details Click Here

OFC Intermediate Foil Course : Sept 19, 26; Oct 3

This four week course represents a natural progression for those who have already participated in an OFC Beginners Course.  The course, led by James Kingston, is also suitable for club members of all ages who are looking to improve their fencing or just to brush-up on their basic foil skills, footwork, timing and distance.  The course will also give the opportunity for fencers to start working towards BF level 1 or 2 awards, depending on previous experience.  The sessions will be held on our usual Friday evening club nights.

Cost:- £30/fencer, 50% reduction for second family member

Participation:-    By prior arrangement only, please email Gordon at if you are interested.  Places are limited.

Foil Awards Scheme
If you are a club member and would like to apply for the level 1 foil award – or beyond - please speak coach to James Kingston at the club.  The awards run up to level 9 and at the end of each level you will receive a badge and certificate. Please note the club are subsidising the scheme and the cost each member is just £2 per level.  Further details

Club Socks
We have a new stock of club socks which can be seen here
They come in two sizes; 3 to 6 and 6 to 11 and are £7 a pair.
Stock is limited to one pair per member at the moment. If you would like to buy a pair please email Peter at

Recent Competition Results

Cardiff LPJS, 6th September

Darcy Herring Johnson won first place in the U9 Girl’s Foil, taking home her first gold medal!  
Her first poule was mixed with boys and she won 4 out of 5 bouts, with an indicator of +14.
The second poule was all girls, and Darcy won every match, including defeating the top ranked U9 LPJS girl.  It was an amazing experience for Darcy. 
She learned a lot about how a competition works and what it feels like to play so many matches one after another. 

Meanwhile Heloïse Hardie made it double gold for OFC,
winning the U15 Girl’s Foil – a great start to a busy Autumn of fencing! 

Having passed his Level 2 refereeing theory exam over the summer, Alex Hardie was able to get some good practical experience reffing several poules and direct elimination bouts.

One-Hit Epee Poule, OFC, 26th August
Last Tuesday evening seven OFC members tried fencing pentathlete-style:
first to hit wins, if no score after 60 seconds then double defeat. 
We certainly rattled through the bouts quickly; one lasted just 2.5 seconds when Ben
immediately fleched his opponent.  It certainly does make for a different game as there
is no chance learn your opponents tactics.  Make one mistake and you’re out. 
Miss and your opponent will have take the opportunity to hit you. 
Vicky showed her experience as a proper pentathlete winning 5 victories from 6 fights. 
Then we had a three-way split for 2nd; on 4 victories each were Ben, Heloïse and Mark. 
Thanks everybody for a great evening of competitive fencing.