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Saturday 7 March 202010.30 to 17.00

UCL Men’s Fencing BUCS Premier 3rd place v KCL Men’s Fencing BUCS Premier 4th place.

UCL Women’s Fencing BUCS Premier 6th place v KCL Women’s Fencing BUCS Tier 2A 1st place.

Date: 7 March 2020

Time: 10:30-17:00

Venue: KCL Great Hall

Ticketed: No

The women have set the bar high, having only lost to King’s once since Fencing Varsity matches began in 2014, and this year will be no different. You may as well give us the trophy now, and save the effort of us trekking over to Strand Poly and watching those poor souls getting all sweaty for nothing. I mean, the fact that we’re in the Premier League (and they’re not) in itself tells you we’ll be bringing the trophy home again. Our fantastic women’s team is stronger than ever and training for Varsity is in full swing. But before then, we’vegot a month full of competitions (both National and International) which is keeping us in top form for the Varsity match. 

The Men’s team, erm, well…

Out of the ashes rises the pheonix, and the fire certainly is rising. 

This team is focussed like never before, after last year’s result, and is armed to the teeth. In his pre-Varsity presser, the skipper reported, ‘we’ve got some quality reinforcement and a fiery team spirit’, but he’s seriously underplaying the brilliance of this squad, with some members of the team being selected for their first World Cup, and other’s furiously training hard in the gym. We recently delivered a crushing victory against the KCL Men’s team in the November Premier League match, and that was just for starters. Our men are back with a renewed vigour, so King’s better watch out.