Fencing Club music video

Stone Fencing Club has been featured in a video made by one of our members as part of their A level course work. The creator of the video, Amelia, received a distinction, so the examiners must have liked it!

Click on the YouTube link below to view the film.

Well done Amelia!

Harper Adams v Stone, Match Report

March 6, 2013
Stone Fencing Club travelled to Harper Adams University on Thursday 28 February for a competition evening. Ten members of SFC made the journey, which is a great turnout.

Foil
The Stone foil team, consisting of Dave, James M and Adrian, beat the home team 4-2. Well done!

Epee
Fencing for Stone in the epee team competition were David, Fred and Martin. They fenced really well, only losing one match, and won the competition 5-1. Congratulations!

Sabre
There were five fencers competing in this event, so they took part in an individual poole. The Stone fencers were Hannah, Katey, Elliot and Liam, with Phoebe from Telford Girls School. This was a close competition, with Phoebe coming out on top by one point. The results were:
1. Phoebe
2. Katey
3. Elliot
4. Hannah
5. Liam

Thanks to everyone from the home and away teams to competing; to Hannah for organising the event; and to Ken and Andrew for organising us and presiding on the night.
 

Harper Adams University v Stone Fencing Club

February 26, 2013
Stone Fencing Club will travel to Harper Adams University on Thursday 28 February for a competition evening. We will be putting forward foil, epee and sabre teams.

For further details, please ask Hannah.
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New Beginners

February 26, 2013
Stone Fencing Club ran a successful beginners' course in February, with six new fencers achieving their grade one foil certificate. We look forward to seeing them all at the club.



Left to right: Jon (SFC coach), Emil, Alexei, Martin (SFC coach), George, Henry, Patrick and Tracey.
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Keele Open 2013

February 1, 2013
The Keele Open will be held on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 March 2013.

Saturday:
Men's Foil
Women's Epee
Women's Sabre

Sunday:
Women's Foil
Men's Epee
Men's Sabre

Closing date for entries is 18 February.
Please ask Katey or Jon for an application form.
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Coaching Session, Weds 13 February

February 1, 2013
Date for your diaries: Ken and Andrew will be at the club for a coaching session on Wednesday 13 February.
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Club Awards 2012

December 20, 2012
Stone Fencing Club had a very enjoyable night at the Duke of York, Barslaston on Weds 19 December, which included Fred's annual confusing games. This year we played darts, had a quiz, shot bolts through a hole in a cardboard box and shot an apple off member's heads with a crossbow! You can see some photos from the night on the photo gallery page of this website.

Award winners:

Junior Member - Dylan

Special Award - Adam

Senior Member - Dave

Club Captain 2103 - Hannah

Most Improved Fencer - James M

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Dates for your diary

December 13, 2012
Wednesday 19 December - no fencing. This is the night of our Christmas party, which will be taking place at the Duke of York pub, Barlaston, 8pm.

Wednesday 26 December - no fencing.

Wednesday 2 January - no fencing.

Wednesday 9 January - fencing starts up again at Yarlet. 8-10pm.
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Coaching Session, Weds 31 October

October 12, 2012
Our next coaching session with Ken and Andrew will be on Wednesday 31 October. Fees for the coaching are £6 per person.
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Upcoming Competitions

August 8, 2012
Dates for your diary:

Saturday 22 - Sunday 23 September: Shropshire Open

Saturday 3 November: Shrewsbury School v Stone Fencing Club

Wednesday 7 November: Stone Fencing Club v Abbotsholme School

Thursday 22 November: Harper Adams University v Stone Fencing Club
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Stone Fencing Club on Radio Stoke

August 8, 2012
Oliver Banks and Katey Goodwin appeared on the BBC Radio Stoke Breakfast show on Tuesday 7 August to talk about fencing and to give a demonstration of the sport. The appearance was as part of their focus on 'minority' sports during the Olympics.

It wasn't a very long feature, but it was very enjoyable. You can listen again here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00w49g2


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