The aim of the Union is to develop and encourage fencing and to promote and conduct amateur fencing championships within Kent.
After two days of exciting and hard fought matches the South East region won the Senior Winton Cup.
Congratulations to all the South East team across the three weapons that competed.
Kent finished in 3rd place behind Devon and Somerset at the Excalibur inter county fencing competition held in Bath. The Kent men's Epee team were the highest placed men's Epee team being undefeated all weekend and Adam Whitelaw was the highest placed individual men's epeeist. Well done to the whole team for some very close matches and for giving their all for their county. Photos of the Kent team at the Excalibur can be seen on our gallery.
The South East Veterans team won the Veterans Winton cup for the first time.
The South West were finally beaten after a 7 year undefeated run.
South East came close last year losing first place by only hit. This year they were undefeated, beating the other 9 regions with a really brilliant team effort.
To all competition organisers:
Can you please use the sample competition notice and entry form from now on. You can find them on our Documents page.
The Kent Captain currently Corsini King, awards colours to Kent fencers who have competed for the county on three or more occasions. See all the recipients from the past two decades here. If you are the proud recipient of the Kent Colours and your name is not on the list please let us know and we will add it with the year you recieved them.
The county has a set of plastic fencing equipment - 20 plastic swords and 20 plastic masks, which are suitable for taster sessions to promote fencing within the County. This equipment is available for any Kent club to borrow when required. If you wish to borrow the equipment please contact Jane Clayton.
Full details about Mini-Fence® (GO/FENCE) can be seen on the Leon Paul website by selecting the View details button below.