Last week nine boys from RBAI travelled to Crystal Palace, London to compete in the prestigious Public Schools Fencing Championships. This year was one of the most successful years yet for the RBAI Fencing team.
Paul Verdon achieved 2nd place in the Senior Boys’ Epée tournament out of the 92 boys who took part in this category.
Paul Verdon proudly showing off his trophy.
Paul Verdon in action.
Theo Millar achieved 3rd place in the Senior Boys’ Foil tournament with 82 boys in this category.
Theo Millar as he accepts his 3rd place trophy.
Theo Millar in action
In the Boys’ Mount-Haes Foil we were extremely proud to have Matthew McKay gaining 10th place and Noah Brown achieving 14th place out of a total of 118 boys in the tournament. Rowan Luney and Ross Chambers also fenced well in this category.
In the Junior Boys’ Foil tournament (107 entrants) we had three boys who fenced, Michael Thompson, Nkosinathi Khumalo and Callum Watson.
Overall, it was a successful trip and the boys also had time to visit the National History Museum.
Boys enjoying ‘David Attenboroughs-Great Barrier Reef’ experience.