Melbourne’s Ruyton Girls School is to receive a $5000 contribution, to establish a School Fencing Program and Club, thanks to the efforts of Lily Whitehead.
The AFF are inviting applications for the next Project 5000 Grant Program. Funding applications will be considered in three tranches during the year. Applications for Tranche 2 opened on the 5th May 2018 and will close on 17th June 2018.more
Below are Nomination Forms for Executive Positions with Fencing Victoria, and Proxy Voting Forms.Notification of Fencing Victoria Annual General Meeting - Date: Tuesday 22nd May. Place: State Fencing Centre,Time: 7.00pm. Further details including voting forms will be on the website shortly. Director Nomination forms and Proxy Voting Forms attachedmore
Registrations are now open for the second Australian Fencing Circuit event of 2018 - the Robyn Chaplin Tournament (AFC#2), incorporating the Australian Under 23 Foil Championships.
This event will be held at the Immanuel College Sports Centre in Adelaide from 9 to 11 June 2018 - the preliminary schedule is availablemore
The Australian Minime Circuit is a competition tour for U/13 or U/14 as well as lower aged fencers. Each event is in different city and will offer different formats and experiences, all aimed at strengthening and educating young and little Fencers. First Competition is The Future Champions Cup(Adelaide) 24–25 March 2018.more
Since the introduction of Child Safe Standards and the Reportable Conduct Scheme, the Commission has delivered over 35 information sessions to raise awareness. To further assist organisations to understand these two important schemes, the Commission has published two narrated PowerPoints that are available to viewmore
2016 Fencing Victoria Selection Criteria – Age National Championships
Codes of Behaviour
Team Member Agreements for U15/U17(Cadet)NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016 and U20(Juniors)NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016more
The Australian Sports Commission and Leisure Networks now have free information to help sporting clubs become more productive and access information they may need in the general running of a successful club.more
FV have had inquiries about the penalties to be applied to rule t63.3 and the scope of brutality in Epee. The rule itself is open to interpretation so FV have asked for David Mok's, Stephen Darragh's, and David Baker's(all are FIE referees)opinion on it. The attachment is a summary of their opinion on the penalties to be applied for t63.3 & also a summary on the current standing of Corps a corps.more