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Founded in 1891, Oxford University Fencing Club is one of Britain's oldest and most successful fencing clubs. The club caters for all levels, from beginners to international.

Foil, epee and sabre training are all on offer at the club. Advanced and intermediate fencers receive expert tuition from our club coach, Tomek Walicki, who leads a weekly training session and offers individual lessons throughout the week. In addition there are two club nights every week with free fencing. The quality of fencing is high across all three weapons and many members represent their country internationally.

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7th Week Notices

Written by OUFC Webmaster. Posted in News

Hi all,

I hope everyone come through the other side of mid term blues unscathed, not too long to go now before the Christmas vac…

OUFCMas Dinner

Just a reminder about the Christmas dinner tonight at ASK Italian at 8pm. If you haven’t got your food requests to Imo yet, please do so ASAP!

Upcoming Fixtures

Wednesday 26th November
Men’s Assassins vs Sussex 1sts
Women’s Assassins vs KCL 1sts

Come down to Cricket Schools for a 4pm start to support OUFC in both of these important cup matches.

Results from the weekend
Men’s Blues
The men’s blues travelled to Bath this Sunday for their first BUCS matches of the season, taking on Bath, Bristol, Cambridge and UCL in one day! They were victorious against Bristol and UCL but fell narrowly to Bath and Cambridge.

Oxford- Bristol: 124- 100
Oxford- Bath: 113- 119
Oxford- Cambridge: 121- 130
Oxford- UCL: 124- 115

Congratulations to all those fencing in their first Blues matches and for making it through four matches in one day!

Women’s Assassins
Oxford – Leicester 1s: 135 – 81
Oxford – Cambridge 2s: 98 – 113
Oxford- Oxford Brookes: 1s 118 – 105

Well done to all those who fenced for the assassins this weekend- excellent results for Oxford, boding well for the rest of the season. Special mentions must go to Becky Martin and Maddi Pearce, who accompanied the team and showed great support throughout the day and to Francine Robb, who continues to show encouragement and enthusiasm for OUFC, whilst being the Leicester coach. Also, to Rosa Chrystie- Lowe who travelled to Leicester at short notice to join the team.

All the best,


3rd Week Notices

Written by OUFC Webmaster. Posted in News

Hi everyone,

I hope you have all had a good first couple of weeks of term. A few important notices this week so please take note of below.

Membership Fees

Please continue to get your membership forms and fees to Grace. This is due by this coming Saturday.

Both the paper membership form and payment is required to complete your membership, and the bank account details can be found either in the club (e-)mail-out, or through getting in touch with the treasurer.

Kit Cupboards

Please remember to put all kit away tidily in the lockers at the end of each session. This is as a courtesy to whoever is going to use it next and means the coaches are not required to do a massive tidy up at the end of each session.

All jackets need to be put away, zipped up on hangers.

BUCS Results

The Men’s Assassins recorded OUFC’s first team victory of the season last week with a crushing 135-72 victory over Loughborough last Wednesday. Special mention to go to freshers Sam Bradley and Liam Stigant, who performed very well in their first outings for the club.

BBO Results

Congratulations to Becky Martin and Idalina Baptista who finished 2nd and 3rd respectively at the Berkshire Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire County Foil Championships last week. A great result for both of them.

Top 10

I am pleased to announce that OUFC once again has a fencer ranked within the top 10 in the British Rankings with Emma-Tina Segall making it up to 9th place for the October rankings. A massive congratulations to her.

I hope you all have a fantastic week and to all those competing this coming weekend in either the Elite Epee or Leon Paul Foil Open, good luck!

Best wishes,