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2019-02-20 11:27 - Fencing New Zealand AGM - Agenda
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZNotice is hereby given that the Agenda for the AGM will be:
Fencing New Zealand Annual General Meeting 
Sunday 17th March 2019, 7pm, by SKYPE with venues to be organised by Regions
AGENDA
1    Apologies
2    Adoption of Minutes of 2018 Annual General Meeting
3    Matters Arising from Minutes
4    Presentation of Annual Report President
5    Presentation of Financial Statements
6    Election of Officers :
a.    Board position one nomination received for Alice Boyd
7    Notices of Motion none received
8    General Business no items of General Business received
9    Close
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2019-02-11 14:29 - AFC#1 Melbourne and #2 Adelaide
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (Australia)
AustraliaCould fencers and coaches who are going to the Australian AFC#1 and 2 tournaments please email secretary@fencing.org.nz.

Although there are no Selection Criteria for these events and they are not part of a FeNZ Managed Tour, we would like to offer a more coordinated approach to assist our younger fencers attend these tournaments as part of a development pathway.

Email: secretary@fencing.org.nz
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2019-02-10 19:43 - NZ National U20s - Christchurch 23-24 March - Registrations Open
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZNZ National U20s Championships 2019
When: 23 and 24 March
Where: Ara Polytechnic Sports & Recreational Centre, Barbados St, Christchurch

Full information is now available for this competition.
Be the first to register by clicking on the link below.

https://www.revolutionise.com.au/fencingmidsouth/events/35048/
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2019-02-10 19:31 - Annual General Meeting of Fencing New Zealand
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZSunday 17th March, 7pm, by SKYPE with venues to be organised by regions
Notice is hereby given that the business of the meeting will be:
Apologies
Adoption of Minutes of Previous AGM
Matters arising from Minutes
Presentation of Annual Report
Presentation of Awards
Presentation of Balance Sheet and Financial Statements
Notices of Motion
Elected positions one nomination received for Alice Boyd
General Business no items of general business have been received
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2019-02-06 11:21 - Mixed Events Trial 2018
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZDuring the 2018 season and in the lead up to the Junior and Open Commonwealth Championships, FeNZ trialled mixed events - allowing women to fence in national men's events.

The FeNZ board has appointed a sub-committee to review the trial to determine if it met the objectives, and is keen to hear feedback from the Fencing community.  If you would like to make a submission into the review, please do so via email to president@fencing.org.nz by 17 February 2019.
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2019-02-05 16:16 - New rule for Non-combativity - for Fencers, Referees, DTs and Coaches
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZFeNZ will be introducing the new rule on Non-Combativity (unwillingness to fight) at National U20s.

Please check the 2018 FIE Technical Rules (t.124) -  http://static.fie.org/uploads/20/101707-Technical%20rules%20ang.pdf

Unwillingness to fight question and answer sheet - http://static.fie.org/uploads/20/102196-9.%20FAQ%20u2f%20ang.pdf

When opening the FIE Technical Rules, search for t.124 (Ctrl F t.124).

If you have any questions, please email secretary@fencing.org.nz
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2019-02-04 20:59 - Auckland University Epee Invitational 20 April
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (North)
 Details for the $500 Auckland University Fencing Epee Invitational are now live, check them out here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KrxW459FQb_KK_KEWhEzFJ9BVtVfjbhHYqHEbqIg0fU/edit?usp=sharing
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2019-02-04 10:51 - World Fencing Championships 2019 - Budapest - Nominations Open
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (International)
InternationalNominations are now open for the World Championships 2019 to take place in Budapest, Hungary from 15 to 23 July.

Nominations will close on 18th February.

Selection Criteria and Nomination Forms are available under the Downloads section of the website.

Email secretary@fencing.org.nz
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2019-02-04 10:39 - Asian Senior Fencing Championships - Nominations Open
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (International)
InternationalNominations are now open for the Asian Championships to be held in Tokyo from 13th to 18th June.

Nominations close on 18th February.

Selection Criteria and Nomination Forms are available under the Downloads section of the website.

secretary@fencing.org.nz
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2019-01-16 12:30 - New Zealand Fencing makes a stir in Poland and new contacts in Italy and Spain
Posted by HopkinsAmanmore from same (International)
InternationalWith Lena's 8th place in the European Cadet Circuit in Poznan, and the girls' team performing very creditably in their first time out - with a win over the Belarus 3 and a great performance against USA (losing 45 to 40), the organisers and other teams are taking note.

Success can be achieved in fencing by youngsters training and competing in New Zealand.

Our fencers have been very well received - both at the tournaments (Italy (foil), Paris (foil and epee), Germany (Epee), Poland (Foil) and the training venues (Slovakia and Hungary for Foil and France, Hungary and Spain for Epee). Competing and training are:
Foil: Lena Jacob, Imogen Everett, Naomi Holland, Freddy Hopkins with Coach Anya Kamynina, plus Germany based Julius Herzhoff.
Epee: Sheldon Ogilvy, Tamsyn Campbell, Claire Cooper with Coach Sheldon

The Italian competition organisers in Udine have personally invited the team back next year for their big anniversary and showed their appreciation to our fencers and coach (Anya) for making the considerable journey to compete in their competitions (Junior Girls and Boys Foil and Girls Epee).

Fencing New Zealand has also signed a cooperation agreement with the Italian Fencing Federation, which will allow closer ties and our fencers to compete in regional competitions in Italy.

Sheldon is also making new contacts and has been well received with his team of Epeeists, who will be competing soon in Slovakia and Spain. They have already competed in Paris and Heidenheim.

Good luck to all our fencers competing in Europe, congratulations and we hope you enjoy the experience and come back enthusiastic for the coming year of fencing.
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