There are several State level competitions held each year in each category: Open, Veteran (40 and over), Junior (under 20), Cadet (under 17), Under 15, Under 13 and Novice. WA State ranking points are awarded for results in these competitions and these are used to determine State Champions in each category at the end of the WA competition year. The competition calendar can be found here.
The competitions are held in accordance with the FencingWA rules which can be found in the Documents section. All FencingWA competitions use electric equipment and require full safety equipment including breeches and long socks. Questions about the running of competitions should be raised with the Tournament Director.
State and National Affiliation
In order to compete at a state level you must be an affiliated member; to join FencingWA please click here. If you wish to compete in National events held by the Australian Fencing Federation, you must choose the option that includes AFF Capitation.
WA Competition Entry
FencingWA uses the RegisterNow booking system for competition entry. Entry is restricted to FencingWA affiliated members (except for guests from interstate or overseas, if you are a guest to Western Australia and wish to compete please contact the Tournament Director).
Novice events are free for Novice Fencers (someone who has competed for LESS than a year) and WITHOUT affiliation. If you attempt to enter a novice enter and are charged, please contact the tournament Director.
To enter an event, please click on the link from the calendar.
Please note: Normal entry is available up to 10 PM on the Sunday night prior to the event. Late entry is available up to 10 PM on the Wednesday night prior to the event, Super Late Entry is available up until roll call on the day of the event.
Entry after the Late Entry cut-off (Wednesday 10 PM prior to the event): Super Late Entry (all categories) Please note that the entry fee for super late entry is $60, this is to cover the maximum cost of a referee in the event that an extra one is required due to a super late entry.
If you have a problem with the entry system or other exceptional circumstances that have prevented you from entering, please contact the Tournament Director with details of exactly what is going wrong. If you are unable to enter and only if directed by the Tournament Director, use the Exceptional Circumstances Entry link to enter.
What do the age categories mean?
|Open||All Ages, consult your coach if you're under 15|
|Junior||For anyone who is 19 or under as of the 1st of January in the year of the competition|
|Cadet||For anyone who is 16 or under as of the 1st of January in the year of the competition|
|U15||For anyone who is 14 or under as of the 1st of January in the year of the competition|
|U13||For anyone who is 12 or under as of the 1st of January in the year of the competition|
|Veterans||For anyone who is 40 or over as of the 1st of January in the year of the competition|
National Competition Entry
For 2018, the fees associated with competitions are as follows. All fees are exclusive of online booking charges.
|Junior Affiliation (Under 20)||$50|
|Junior Affiliation (Under 20) with AFF Capitation||$85|
|Adult Affiliation with AFF Capitation||$117|
WA Competition Entry Fees
|Normal Entry (Under 13 and Novice Categories)||Free|
|Normal Entry (All Other Categories)||$20|
|Late Entry (All Categories)||$30|
|Super Late Entry (All Categories)||$60|
|Super Late Entry with one-off Affiliation (All Categories)||$120|
Normal entry is available up to 10 PM on the Sunday night prior to the event. Late entry is available up to 10 PM on the Wednesday night prior to the event, Super Late Entry is available up until roll call on the day of the event.
National Competition Fees
The fees for AFF competitions are listed here.