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2016-10-13 19:58 - AFF Coach Designated Tours to Europe 2017
Posted by Lambviccmore from same (Australia)
AustraliaExpressions of interest from New Zealand fencers wanting to join the Australian Fencing Federation’s Coach Designated Tours to Europe in January 2017 should be provided to the secretary@fencing.org.nz no later than 5pm, Wednesday, 19 October 2016.

The AFF has offered New Zealand the following places on their coach designated tours:

·        Cadet and junior women's foil - 2 places

·        Cadet and Junior men's foil -  2 places

·        Cadet Sabre - 3 places

·        Cadet Mens Epee - 1 place

·        Cadet Womens Epee - 2 places

·        Junior Womens Epee -  2 places

·        Junior Mens Epee - 1 place

Further information on the tours is available on the AFF’s home page at: http://www.ausfencing.org/home/ We anticipate receiving further information from the AFF on tour costs in the next couple of days.

FeNZ will confirm selections for the tours by Friday, 20 October and forward them to the AFF. Selected fencers will be invoiced directly by the AFF and will be included in the tour once they have signed the AFF’s Code of Conduct document and paid a deposit of $1000. Competition entries and FIE licensing requirements will be managed through FeNZ.

If you have further queries before lodging your nomination/expression of interest, please contact secretary@fencing.org.nz

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