Rankings update

The Camden LPJS is finished. The U14 rankings are done.

Updating you on the U14 rankings following the Camden LPJS, with extra exciting detail on some of the U14 fencers already competing at U17 level internationally.

There were U9, U11, U13 and U15 age groups with lots of new competitors at this weekend’s Leon Paul Junior Series event hosted by Camden Fencing Club. There were especially large numbers of new competitors from Whitgift School where the head coach of the school, Ian Williams, is also head coach of Camden.

The U13 age group results count towards the U14 England Rankings.

So, without delay, we have updated them for you to enjoy.

You’ll see that Hui Xin Sezille still tops the rankings for the girls – she was actually on international duty in Godollo, Hungary this weekend at the huge cadet competition, where she came 28th in a huge field of over 200 fencers from 20 different nations. At the same competition, Emily Fereday came 63rd, Maya Sutton 68th and Maryam Wooten 180th. This is one of the toughest U17 competitions, so to be competing at their young age and doing so well is absolutely amazing.

On the boys’ side, the rankings are topped by Henry Learner who was victorious in the Camden LPJS

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The next ranking tournaments can be found in the sabre club calendar. So go to the website and subscribe to that so you don’t miss out.

But start at your very own U14 page where you will find the link to the U14 rankings.

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