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The 10th Dublin Men’s Épée satellite saw 21 nations represented by 64 entrants.


Podium results

 1st  Harry Peck GBR
 2nd  Alin Sbarcia ROU
 3rd  Liviu Dragomir ROU
 3rd  Phillippe Oberson SUI
Best Junior: Kenneth Knudsen DEN (11th)
Best Veteran: Yves Carnec FRA (24th)

British #8 Harry Peck (Imperial College / Brixton FC) defeated Romanian #2 Liviu Dragomir (CSU Craiova) to meet Alin Sbarcia ROU in the final. Sbarcia – who also trains at CSU Craiova – was contesting his second satellite final this season, having claimed silver in Belgrade last month. Sbarcia relegated Swiss #2 Phillippe Oberson (BFC Basel) to bronze 15-14.

Peck triumphed 15-13 in a tense final, which we streamed live via our Facebook page. If you'd like to catch up on the action, the full match video is available here.


Results: Irish fencers

We were thrilled to see 19 Irish fencers flying the flag at this year’s satellite. You can view their results in detail (including pools and tableaux) on the FIE website.

L16

9th Michael Geraghty

L32

26th Geoffrey Corcoran
27th Conor Nagle
31st Paddy Brennan

L64 (promoted from pools)

34th Gerard Madden
36th Philip Slater
43rd Dawid Kulka
44th Scott O’Malley
46th Shane Whelan

L64 (eliminated after pools)

51st Kirk Sutherland
52nd Sean Ryan
54th Paul Verdon
55th Conor Daly
57th Ross Byrne
58th Antoine O’Kelly
59th Rory Greenan
62nd Michael Thompson
63rd Patrick Lynch
64th Timothy O’Brien

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