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The Forty-Eighter Series

-hosted by Wallace Fencing Academy-

The Forty-Eighter Series

-hosted by Wallace Fencing Academy-

The Forty-Eighter Series

-hosted by Wallace Fencing Academy-

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Competition Details


Team Matches followed by Four rounds of Poules

The Fun Forty Eight is a relaxed day full of fencing. If time and entries permit, the day starts with a friendly team match then the main tournament starts with four rounds of mixed poules and no elimination of fencers. By the end of the day you are fencing a final pool of fencers of a comparable standard so everyone is in a ‘final’.


Medals are awarded for the top three in each pool and there are equipment vouchers donated by Leon Paul - Scotland for the winners of the top three pools.


There are fun spot prizes and entry now includes a free prize draw for an electric weapon.

Each Forty-Eighter cost £12 per person to enter. 


Check-in is at 9.00-9:30am

Fencing will start at 9:45am

The day finishes by 4:30 pm with many fencers going on to have a pub meal at the Old Post Office on the high street. 

Directions to the Old Post Office can be found HERE.

The Fun Forty Eight Series

The Series is made up of 1 Epee and 1 Foil Competition

The dates for the 2022/23 series are as follows:

Sat 17th Dec 2022 - Foil 

Sat ??th Apr 2023 - Epee


Entries are taken on a first-come, first-served basis, please get your entry in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. If you enter and then can't make one of the competitions please let us know at least 48hrs before check-in so we can notify those on the reserve list.


Online Entry

- for all Fun Forty-Eight Events

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Scottish Gaelic: Gleann Iucha, Scots: Lithgae

Linlithgow is a royal burgh in West LothianScotland. It is West Lothian's county town, reflected in the county's alternative name of Linlithgowshire. An ancient town, it lies south of its two most prominent landmarks: Linlithgow Palace and Linlithgow Loch, and north of the Union Canal.

Linlithgow's patron saint is Saint Michael and its motto is St. Michael is kinde to straingers. A statue of the saint holding the burgh coat of arms stands on the High Street.

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