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Welcome to Oxford Fencing Club 

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Update and Events 

Leon Paul Junior Series Foil
Fencers Club London at their Totteridge Academy base in North London is hosting a tournament over two days: Saturday the 12th December and Sunday 13th December.

On Saturday the Under 9's and Under 13's and on Sunday the Under 11's and Under 15's. Full Details.

Beginners Foil Course

Our next course will be in the Spring.  For more details Click Here

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 Gordon at

Recent Competitions and Results 

Annual BBO County Fencing Foil Picnic

BBO Picnic 2015
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What a superb end to the three county competition season this year for Oxford Fencing Club.

The annual BBO County Fencing Foil Picnic, held at Moulsford Prep School on 6 June, was attended by a high number of OFC members. The format allowed matching of an U14 to an U18 to form a team. Fencers were chosen at random from all clubs and 23 teams were formed. The day saw each team fence at least 10 bouts to give everyone a good chance to score as many points as possible. The standard of fencing was quite high overall and the behaviour of all participants was commendable. After a full day's fencing everyone was ready for the fantastic spread organised by the BBO Committee. This was followed by the AGM and prize giving. Many thanks to the organisers Kate, Gordon, Milind and Raza.

OFC took home 1st place with Bianca Brooke clutching at half of the trophy (see picture). This is  a beautiful sculpture of two fencers engaged in fencing created by our own Martin Carter and entitled to the late Matthew Thompson, for many years coach at OFC. The full list of results follows but a particular mention is due to the fantastic duo of Erin Waters and Gordon Hardie (yes, he's under 18) who formed a team together and reached 3rd place with ease. Gordon says of Erin: ' Erin is a real star of the future. She's only been fencing 8 months so before her first bout I told her that her target was to get one hit and to make sure she had no more than four hits against her at the end of time. She won 5-2. No problems there then'

Well done to all who participated. Training continues throughout the summer at Rye until 3 July and at Radley College (Tuesdays only) from 7th July.

1st Bianca, 3rd Erin/Gordon Hardie, 5th Alex Hardie, 6th Ed, 8th Jay, 10th Theo, 11th Iona, 13th Martina Zagaria, 16th Dylan, 19th India.