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Salle Paul 10 qualify for British Youth tournament

PUBLISHED: 15:50 19 January 2007 | UPDATED: 14:25 07 September 2010

Ten members of Salle Paul will compete in the British Youth Championships in Stoke over the weekend. They are Ben Peggs in the under-18 boys, Amy Hyman in the under-16 girls, James Davis, Peter Barwell, Acland Bryant, Oliver Jones and Peter Holder

Ten members of Salle Paul will compete in the British Youth Championships in Stoke over the weekend.

They are Ben Peggs in the under-18 boys, Amy Hyman, (under-16 girls), James Davis, Peter Barwell, Acland Bryant, Oliver Jones and Peter Holder (all under-16 boys) and James Brosnan, Felix Jackson and Alex Tofalides (under-14 boys).

"This is a great achievement for the club, reflecting the hard work put in by our fencers and coaches," said club manager and coach Jim Philbin.

"It is also evidence of the club's drive to achieve success at the highest levels while also increasing participation in the sport within the community.

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