The FSA High Performance Squad (HPS) is the peak representative group for Fencing South Australia. It includes fencers from across age groups, genders and weapons. It is selected at the beginning of each calendar year to prepare for and represent South Australia at national events. The selection criteria aredeveloped to encourage and

develop fencers who maintain a commitment to improvement in their performance by performing in and entering competitions at the national level.Learn more about what the HPS can do for you here


The Junior Development Camp is a two to three day intensive fencing camp held at Scotch College during the school holidays and caters to a range of skills levels; from beginner to intermediate to advanced. The camp is ideal for beginners wishing to compete in the Schools League competition or for more experienced fencers who want to prepare for the Under 15 and Cadet Nationals in Sydney in July.


Fencing SA runs a school-age team foil competition on Thursday evenings in Terms 2 and 3. This is the fifth year of the competition which has grown steadily each year. The competition is open to teams of foil fencers who are attending primary or secondary school. Clubs may enter teams, as well as school groups.  The competition takes place at the McBean Centre, Scotch College, Torrens Park. Matches are at 7pm and 8pm.Entry and further information can be found here


Fencing SA is committed to providing the next generation of referees and official staff as well as premier athletes. Put simply, fencing tournaments would not go ahead without the tireless effort from various officials and referees; from weekend competitions to national events.

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