Fencing Ireland is delighted to host the 2017 National Championships at Loreto Abbey Sports Centre, Dalkey, Co. Dublin on 22-23 April.
All entrants must:
- be a current member of Fencing Ireland
- hold, or be eligible to hold, Irish citizenship
Saturday 22 April
Women’s Épée – check in by 09.15
Men’s Foil – check in by 09.30
Women’s Foil – check in by 12.15
Gala foil finals from 15.30
Sunday 23 April
Men’s Épée – check in by 09.15
Men’s Sabre – check in by 12.15
Women’s Sabre – check in by 14.15
Gala sabre finals from 15.30
Fencers may enter a maximum of one event per day. The entry list is also available online.
The early-bird entry fee is €20 for one weapon or €30 for two, payable at registration online. The online form closes at 23.59 on Thursday 20 April. Late entries will also be accepted on the day of competition with a late fee of €10.
Format: one round of pools with all fencers promoted to Direct Elimination, followed by DE to a single winner.
|1||Dawid Kulka||Pembroke FC|
|2||Jamie Simpson||Imperial College London / Brixton FC|
|3||Scott O’Malley||Brian Boru FC|
|4||Paddy Brennan||Pembroke FC|
|5||Shane Whelan||Salle Dublin|
|6||Duncan Salter||Pembroke FC / Brian Boru FC|
|1||Laura Donaghy||UCD / Brian Boru FC|
|2||Isabelle Clarke||Munster Blades FC / Pembroke FC|
|3||Sophia Kalimtgis||Knightsbridge FC|
|4||Sorcha Mellon-Whelan||UCD / Salle Dublin|
|1||Adrian Lee||Pembroke FC|
|2||Matthew McKay||RBAI / Fence Like An Olympian|
|3||Duncan Salter||Pembroke FC / Brian Boru FC|
|1||Kathryn Marshall||Foyle Fencing / University of Surrey|