Surrey Fencing Blog
Sunday, May 13, 2007
FW: Ninth 24-hour London Fencing Marathon
The Ninth 24-hour London Fencing Marathon ContactsFencing Marathon will be
on: Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th August 2007, 11am to 11am
at : St Joseph's College Sports Hall
to raise funds
for: the Aplastic Anaemia Trust
to honour the memory of George Farmer, a member of Wimbledon FC and a friend
to all

Friday, May 11, 2007

Dear All


As you may know, Fencing is included in the sports for the SURREY YOUTH GAMES this year, to be held on Sunday 24th June, in Guildford.  It will be an Epee only team event, for U14 (as of 1/9/06), separate boys & girls events.    Each borough is entitled to enter a team & you must be either resident or at school in the borough.


It would be great if we could ensure that we have teams from all boroughs participating.  Team selections will be made by local team managers.  Contact details for each borough are given below.


If you or anyone you know at your club is interested in participating please get in touch with your local organiser asap.  Please could everyone pass on  this information to anyone I have missed.



Regards, Neale Thomas




07740 651128



Elmbridge Yolanda Edwards 01372 474570

Epsom & Ewell Sam Beak 01372 732165

Guildford Neale Thomas 07740 651128

Mole Valley Brian Lewis 01372 273688 or Neale Thomas (see above)

Reigate & Banstead Chris Howser 01737 649644

Runnymede Wendy Newton 01932 425683

Spelthorne Simon Hards 01784 446452

Surrey Heath Kelly Carvey 01276 707272

Tandridge John Brunswick 01883 344355

Waverley Christina Hales 01483 523368

Woking Adam Callaghan 01483 743804

Thursday, May 03, 2007
FW: Training 4 Success - Elite athletes

Contact SCFU Secretary for more info about:


Training 4 Success talented performers workshops on 15th May 2007.

Aimed at National Level athletes (inc those on the Surrey FANS scheme >> more information about how YOUR talented athletes can join and the benefits visit the evening will include the launch of the 40th FANS centre in Surrey and a choice of 2 workshops

Psychological skills, using visualisation, and building confidence before competition. Run by SPARCs (Roehampton University)
Role of Strength & conditioning (core stability) Run by Portsmouth Uni

The evening will begin at 6.30pm at Winston Churchill Sports Centre, Woking, and is open to Talented athletes (FANS, World Class or Top Ten nationally)*, for the nominal fee of £5.00. Their athlete supporters are also welcome to attend/ observe (inc mentors, coaches and/or parents) for a fee of £2.50.

Booking is by NEXT Friday 11th May so if you know of any suitable athletes who would benefit from or like to attend this training please forward them the attached booking form ASAP.

* Places maybe available for athletes with potential to achieve this level, please contact us to confirm if space is available.

Please help us to promote this workshop to talented athletes in the county

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