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Fencing New Zealand

2016-06-20 22:32 - Vale - Peter Anderson
Posted by Lambviccmore from same (General)
 It is with great sadness that I write to inform you of the passing of Peter Andersen of Australia who has been our Commonwealth Fencing Federation Secretary-Treasurer since 2004. Peter passed away last Monday after a prolonged illness. He is survived by his wife Bridget, sons Paul & Sean (both talented former fencers) & their families.

He was a loyal & hardworking officer of the CFF & has remained active in the role until very recently. His continued dedication to his task up to recent days is truly inspirational and demonstrates Peter's resolve in the face of adversity.

I am sure many of us will miss our pleasant "pub crawls", his "tell it like it is", matter-of-fact counsel & his many jokes.

I will personally miss his advice, his efficiency as secretary & treasurer & his ‘mateship’.

I plan to attend the funeral & will pass on my condolences to his family, letting them know that Peter had, not only colleagues, but many friends on the Executive, as well as across the Commonwealth, who will remember him fondly.

Helen Smith
President
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2016-06-20 22:06 - New FeNZ Board Member required
Posted by Lambviccmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZThe FeNZ Board needs a new member to build our compliment back up to the eight people required. This position has become available through changes at Fencing Central.

This time we are looking for a Board member who can represent our Fencing Youth. So we are looking for an active fencer who is between the ages of 18 and 24 years and who is prepared to step up to actively represent our various youth groups around the county at the National level.

We are seeking applications from fencers in that age group. Whilst this is not a formally elected position (i.e. FeNZ can simply appoint) we are going to make this a formal evaluation based on your submission.
If you are interested in applying then we require a 400 word (max) application setting out why you think you should be chosen as the Youth Rep Board Member. We are keen to understand how you would view the role of Youth representative, what ideas you have for ensuring the fencing youth are properly represented, any ideas you have for improving fencing at the Youth levels in line with our 2020 Strategy, and any special skills you would bring to the role as a full Board member.

This position would be for an initial term of 2 years.

Applications should be in written form (word doc etc.) but you may support your application with other media forms if you think this might assist your selection. Your application should be forwarded to the Secretary General of FeNZ (secretary@fencing.org.nz) by no later than 31st July 2016. Once we have shortlisted potential candidates we may seek an interview with you.

The FeNZ Board will announce its selection by 31st August and it would be expected the successful new Board member would be required attend Board meetings (by Skype) from the October 2016 meeting (normally first Sunday in month)
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2016-06-18 16:11 - President's Cup, Veteran Epee Challenge, U23 Sabre Champs 2016
Posted by Fencing New Zealandmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZDate: Saturday 30th July, Sunday 31st July 2016

Venue: Avonside Girls High School Gymnasium, 180 Avonside Drive

Competition Format: 1 round of poules (Bouts to 5 hits) followed by direct elimination (Bouts to 15 hits).

All weapons will be fenced as separate gender with the exception of Veteran Epee and U23 Sabre. These events will be fenced mixed gender unless we have enough fencers to run separate mens and womens events ie: 6+ competitors for each gender.

For more details, please click here
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2016-06-12 14:23 - NZ Sports Drug Agency Liaison Vacancy
Posted by Lambviccmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZFeNZ is seeking nominations for the position of NZ Sports Drug Agency Liaison Officer.

The Liaison Officer will be responsible for working with NZSDA, FeNZ and the fencing membership to ensure that the requirements of NZSDA are met, and to carryout the education programmes that form significant part of the NZSDA's activities.

Expressions of interest and a short resume outlining skills and experience should be sent to secretary@fencing.org.nz by 26 June 2016.

FeNZ take s this opportunity to thank Chris Nokes for his sterling work in looking after the NZSDA portfolio over many years.
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2016-06-12 14:11 - Call for proposals - FIE development equipment
Posted by Lambviccmore from same (FeNZ)
FeNZAs part of the FIE's ongoing development programme, FeNZ has received a quantity of children's fencing sets.

FeNZ now invites proposals from regions, clubs or individuals for allocation of the equipment. There are 64 sets, enough for two average class sets, including plastic weapons, masks and vests.

Proposals should set out how it is proposed this equipment will be used to develop and expand fencing for primary school aged fencers and how its use will be maximised in terms of regional and national strategic objectives.

Proposals should be submitted to secretary@fencing.org.nz by 26 June 2016.
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