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Anoxolo in Gauteng (2 December)

Anoxolo Salaze at his second national ranking competition in Gauteng, with Lunga Mcetywa as driver of the Eastern Cape team and Lebu Sondevu who was still too young to participate.

Anoxolo in Gauteng

fencing in Gauteng

Anoxolo in Cape Town (1 October)

Anoxolo Salaze is our first fencer to compete for the national ranking. Here he is in Cape Town.

fencing competition in Cape Town

Anoxolo in Cape Town

Port Alfred Competition (24 June)

Anoxolo Salaze won his age group at the Inter-District Fencing Competition in Port Alfred. He was ahead in his final right from the start and won with 15-10. Well done!

fencing competition in Port Alfred

Anoxolo winning his age group

East London Competition (22 April)

We participate in a fencing competition in East London.

fencing competition in East London

at the fencing competition in East London

Port Elizabeth Competition (1 April)

We went to a small fencing competition in Port Elizabeth. It was nice, we even did laser shooting (swords and guns!), and afterwards we had fun at the Boardwalk, thanks to a donation by Jessica.

fencing in PE

coach Jessica watches Nemato fencers

Eastern Cape Champs (21 January)

This year the Eastern Cape Fencing Championships took place in Port Alfred. Our fencers did well with gold for Lebu Sondevu in Under 11, bronze for Anoxolo Salaze in Under 15, silver for Thulani Ngogela and gold for Aphelele Hlekani in Under 17 and gold for Thulani Magongo in seniors.

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Nemato at EC Fencing Champs

Sello Maduma in Nemato (11-15 January)

Olympic fencer and internationally qualified fencing coach Sello Maduma was in Port Alfred for five days to coach our fencers and coaches. It was a great opportunity to improve our fencing knowledge and skills and to inspire our fencers to aim for high results. A couple of the sessions were at Ingubo, a sister youth organisation that also has a fencing club.

Sello Maduma coaching in Nemato

fencing competition at Ingubo


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