Insurance and Welfare
Legal details regarding Competition Insurance and the Welfare Officer
This event is insured under British Fencing event insurance, details of which can be found here.
Event Licence ID: #31198
The organisers reserve the right to enforce the conditions of this insurance.
The Welfare Officer for this competition is
If you have any issues during the course of the competition and you feel that you cannot personally bring it to the attention of the organisers please feel free to talk to --.
Your can also contact -- in confidence any time during the event:
The emergency contact number for the day of the competition is:
Can you help us?
We are always looking for volunteers: referees, directoire helpers, and cafe staff
Competitions like the Scottish Intermediates can't run without a little help from the fencing community. 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.
The competition will consist of two rounds of poules. The first will be separated by club, the second seeded on the results of the first. Direct elimination will be seeded by the second round only. A mixed secondary competition will be run for those knocked out in the first rounds of the direct elimination.
Men's Epee - 09:30 | Ladies' Epee 10:00
Men's Sabre - 11:00 | Ladies' Sabre 11:30
Men's Foil - 09:30 | Ladies' Foil 10:30
Entry Fee: £20 for one weapon, £30 for two.
Late entries may be accepted, at the discretion of the organisers, and will be subject to the late entry fees below:
LATE ENTRY RATES - After Closing Date: Sun 21st October
Entry Fee: £25 for one weapon, £40 for two.
VERY LATE ENTRY RATES - After Closing Date: Thurs 25th October
Entry Fee: £30 for one weapon, £50 for two.
Open to all Intermediate level fencers.
The Scottish Intermediates is open to fencers who meet the following criteria in each weapon:
Have never been a gold or silver medallist in a Scottish Senior Open (or bronze for men's foil and epee competitions).
Have never been Scottish Intermediates Champion.
Currently I can only accept full BF memberships for The Scottish Intermediates 2018.
I aim to be able to accept recreational membership of British Fencing to compete in this event for next year. You can register for membership here:
The Scottish Intermediates is designed as a development competition. It's here to be a stepping stone towards competing in the Senior Open circuit. It's a place where you can learn some of the myriad of skill-sets that every competition, and the sport of fencing in general, needs to run. This year, we will be arranging introductory seminars in some of these skills which are not only fascinating by themselves, but can also compliment and improve your fencing. These will run in the lunch breaks each of each day, so you won't miss out on any fencing. If you have a special request for a topic for these seminars please let me know as soon as possible so I can arrange someone to come along to speak.
Use the tabs opposite to look through the entries for the Scottish Intermediates 2018.
Location - Bathgate, West Lothian
Scots: Bathket or Bathkit, Scottish Gaelic: Both Chèit
Bathgate is a town in West Lothian, Scotland, on the M8 motorway 5 miles (8 km) west of Livingston. Nearby towns are Armadale, Blackburn, Linlithgow, Livingston, West Calder and Whitburn. Situated 2 miles (3 km) south of the ancient Neolithic burial site at Cairnpapple Hill, Bathgate and the surrounding area show signs of habitation since about 3500 BC.
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