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Welsh Gold for Salle Paul fencers

Great results for Salle Paul's "Tony’s Tigers" who were competing at the Cardiff LPJS on Saturday 24th September 2016:  GOLD for Oliver Strange, and BRONZE for Shalang Kolas in the U13 boys; and GOLD for Joelle Chow in U9 girls. BF Development Coach of the Year 2016, Tony Conyard, reported that everyone fenced well and all had a great day. (left to right: ...

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Bronze for Michael in Sussex Open

With his second top 16 placing in two  Opens, Michael Chew won BRONZE at the Sussex Open at Portslade, Brighton, on 18th September 2016. Salle Paul fencers were out in force with Michael joined by young Blerta Berisha who won a medal for her 8th placing in the Women's Foil, and the two medal winners were joined by (left to right), Nick Woollard, Ben Andrews, ...

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BRC Cadet Silver for Ben

Congratulations to Salle Paul's Ben Stezaker for winning SILVER in the British Ranking Championships Cadet foil on 17th September 2016.  Fantastic result in a tough competition. Great results also from Brij Gautam, 5th and Alessandro Gill, 8th.  Also competing in their first season of Cadet competitions were young Oliver Strange who was 29th and Hassan Sachee, ...

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Essex Open Results 2016

The Essex Open is recognised as one of the top Opens in the British fencing calendar and usually starts off the new season of Opens.  True to form, the Essex started the 2016/17 fencing season with Ben Peggs taking Gold (formerly of Salle Paul, now competes for Fencers Club London). Salle Paul fencers were placed as follows: James Brosnan - 6th (competing for ...

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Nottingham GOLD for Joelle

Young Joelle Chow kicked off the LPJS new season by winning GOLD in the U9 age group in the LPJS Robin Hood in Nottingham on 3rd September 2016. There was great team spirit among the group of Salle Paul fencers attending this event which also saw Oliver Strange win SILVER in U13, with Alex Culkin 8th, Shalang Prasad 14th; Nathalie Culkin 8th in U11; and Amelia ...

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