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  1. Ouch

    Back to back with Bristol again. Essex always used to be on the first full weekend of September - why the change? I fear we may have to bin one of them but the question is which?
  2. Repechage

    Even spelling it would appear to be beyond many :whistle:

    (donning my tin hat and flak jacket)
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    For the avoidance of doubt I am with you on this....

    For the avoidance of doubt I am with you on this. Competitive fencers (and/or their parents) should be aware of when and where they are due to compete as well as the particularities of any...
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    Forgive me for disagreeing but I would have...

    Forgive me for disagreeing but I would have thought that a closing date and an entry limit would automatically imply "whichever occurs first". To my mind it is a matter of record that LP Opens have...
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    I've no idea what the traffic is like (save for...

    I've no idea what the traffic is like (save for the roundabout by McDonalds on the A120 Braintree by-pass which can be quite clogged at times) but having lived in other areas of Essex I would imagine...
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    Pretty much agree with the above. Bristol...

    Pretty much agree with the above. Bristol always appears to be "over-managed" with too much going back to DT - which may account for the "looking at lots of empty pistes". Perhaps those with byes...
  7. The Perennial Problem perhaps?

    Having seen the dates some time back I presumed that BF had elected not to hold them this year and at the same time push the dates out far enough to allow them plenty of time to decide whether or not...
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    Men's Epee Format

    Probably no bad thing given the chances for one or two "poules from hell" looking at those who look not to be receiving byes!
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    Results are up - what a pity BF were not sent (or...

    Results are up - what a pity BF were not sent (or chose not to publish) poule results and DE
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    Thank you. See you another time I hope - notice...

    Thank you. See you another time I hope - notice permitting :whistle:
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    ..... which is where I was coming from a few...

    ..... which is where I was coming from a few posts back.

    Other organisers seem to think it's sufficient to give a month's notice which is not really enough in these busy times. Suffering from...
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    I was not implying any lack of decorum; I was...

    I was not implying any lack of decorum; I was suggesting that your target audience might be better served by knowing how many Leon Paul Men's Epee Opens might take place each year and approximately...
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    Agreed but a little more notice would have been...

    Agreed but a little more notice would have been welcome. Please take a leaf from Mr Howser's book and make sure your target audience knows roughly when these things are going to happen.
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    Why such short notice?

    Why such short notice?
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    Ouch!

    A lot of "same flag" matches in the 64 including, unfortunately, Davis v Mepstead. Pity
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    .... exactly

    .... exactly
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    Could it have been a matter of the location?

    Could it have been a matter of the location?
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    You should have been to Essex and Bristol in the...

    You should have been to Essex and Bristol in the old days ..... although even then they had toilet seats!
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    i Stand corrected - sort of

    I see someone from British Fencing read my post and corrected Travejo and Lucernay - very subtle ... not

    I also note that the French powers that be favour random selections (that particular...
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    Being picky but ...

    Pity noone thought to check the spelling of some of the names - Trevejo (a mere strip of a lad at 42 and the 1996 Olympic Silver Medallist) may have changed his nationality from Cuban to French but...
  21. Perfidious Albion

    Whilst no francophile myself I rather suspect the feeling was mutual ;)
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    It's empty for me too

    It's empty for me too
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    Sooner rather than later please otherwise there...

    Sooner rather than later please otherwise there can and will only be years more debate. It is impossible to please everyone so can some kind soul please try to work out what the majority wants?
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    Missed the point?

    I think someone missed the point. I suspect there will be many a fencing parent out "on-the-piste" in the run-up to Christmas - but swordplay will not come into the equation
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    If these losses are funded from your pocket, Jon,...

    If these losses are funded from your pocket, Jon, then those no shows should be ashamed of themselves
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