The Fencing season runs from April to June 2021.
Compulsory registration and consent
Parents are required to complete the online registration and consent for their child via the school website.
Please complete the online web form including each sport that your child may undertake for the year. The web form generates a school consent form which is to be completed, signed and placed in the tray on the counter in the Extra Curricular Office in room D101.
Fencers must pay an annual levy for equipment, administration costs, end of season celebration expenses, trophies and team registrations. All prior levies are required to be finalised before commencing the 2021 season.
A separate individual registration is compulsory and payable to Queensland Amateur Fencing Association via their website.
Fencing is held on Saturdays in Term 2 from 8:00am to 1:00pm (depending on age division).
Yeronga State High School, Villa Street, Yeronga
Twice per week determined by age and experience.
Note: Students must attend 75 per cent of training sessions to be eligible for a pocket.
Players must arrange their own transport to and from venues.
- correct competition breeches
- long knee-length white socks
All items can be purchased from a fencing supplier.
Fencing is run entirely by volunteers. To help with set up and coaching please contact the Master in Charge.
End of season presentation
An end of season presentation is held for Fencing. Details regarding confirmed venue and ticket availability will be advised once the season begins. Tickets are sold at the B Block Finance Counter and must be purchased by the closing date to enable catering numbers to be finalised. Once ticket sales are closed, no further tickets will be available for purchase.