The Junior 24 Series

The 3rd Junior Twenty-Four:

    Sunday 12th of January 

    Check-in opens at 9:30am

    Linlithgow Academy Community Sports Hall


    Entry Fee - £16

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CLOSING DATE - Thursday 9th Jan at Midnight

Fun and relaxed under 15 electric foil and epee events with lots of fencing.


Three Poules

The Junior Twenty Four is a relaxed day full of fencing for anyone under the age of 15. There are no eliminations, everyone gets a lot of bouts and ends up with a chance of a medal in their final poule (group). The competition consists of three consecutive poules. The first poules are drawn up randomly and each successive poule is drawn based on the results of the previous poule. As the day progresses, the fencers position themselves into poules where they all have a shot at winning a medal.


Medals are awarded for the top three in each poule.


We have a series prize for the overall winners of the Junior Twenty Four Series. The series trophies are awarded to the best primary school and best secondary school pupil who gain the most points from all of the competitions through the year.


Check-in is at 9:30am

Fencing will start at 9:45am

The day finishes by 3:30 pm.


The Junior Twenty Four Series

The Series is made up of 5 Competitions: 2 Foil, 2 Epee, and 1 Sabre

The dates for the 2019/20 series are as follows:

Saturday 5th Oct 2019 - Foil

Sunday 3rd Nov 2019 - Epee

Sunday 12th Jan  2020 -  Foil

 Sunday 29th Mar 2020 - Epee

Sunday 10th May 2020 - Sabre

Entry is open for all competitions.

The Standard Entry fee is £16 per fencer per competition.

Entries are taken on a first-come, first-served basis, please get your entry in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. If you 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.

Can you help us?

We are always looking for volunteers: referees, directoire helpers, and cafe staff

The Junior Twenty Four Series can't run without a little help from the fencing community. Home baking is always welcome to stock up the cafe, all cafe proceeds go to help Wallace Fencing Academy. These fun competitions are also a great, pressure-free environment to improve your refereeing skills. If you think you can offer some of your time please don't hesitate to get in contact via the link below. 

Likewise, please use this link to get in contact with us if you have any other questions concerning the competition.


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.

What's Nearby?

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More information can be found on the Visit Scotland website.

Current Entries

Competition entry lists are published two weeks beforehand.