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Individual Trophies

Boys’ Senior Foil: presented in 1924 by Count Charles Zanardi-Landi.
Boys’ Junior Foil: presented in 1939 by A E Cressall Esq.
Boys’ Mount-Haes Foil: commemorates the Chairmanship of the PSFC Committee by Captain Eric Mount-Haes, RN from 1955 to 1976.
Girls’ Senior Foil: presented in 1986 by Sir David Bartlett.
Girls’ Junior Foil: presented in 1986 and engraved as ‘Intermediate’.
Girls’ Mount-Haes Foil: The Arup Cup, presented in 1989 by Ipswich High School and
engraved as ‘Junior’.
Boys’ Senior Epée: presented in 1933 by Julio de Amodio.
Boys’ Junior Epée: The Featherstone Cup, presented 1980.
Boys’ Mount-Haes Epée: presented 2003 by King’s College School, Wimbledon.
Girls’ Senior Epée: presented in 1995 by Westminster School to commemorate R G Garvin, winner of the PSFC Foil in 1913 and killed in action in 1916.
Girls’ Junior Epée: presented in 2000 by Benjamin Emberley.
Girls’ Mount-Haes Epée: presented in 2003 jointly by the Alice Ottley School, Edgbaston High School,
King Edward’s Birmingham, and King’s High, Warwick.
Boys’ Senior Sabre: presented in 1932 by the Oxford and Cambridge Fencing Clubs.
Boys’ Junior Sabre: The Wilkinson Trophy, presented in 1980 by the Wilkinson Sword Company.
Boys’ Mount-Haes Sabre: presented in 2004 by Westminster School in memory of Bela Imregi.
Girls’ Senior Sabre: presented in 2002 jointly by the Alice Ottley School, Edgbaston High School,
King Edward’s Birmingham, and King’s High, Warwick.
Girls’ Junior Sabre: presented by the PSFC Committee in 2002.
Girls’ Mount-Haes Sabre: The Mathew Rowson Plate, presented in 2004 by The King’s School, Canterbury.

Masters & Champions at Arms

Boys’ Senior Master-at-Arms: presented in 1982 by Mr Mark Nelson-Griffiths.
Awarded to the boy who has the highest points total from individual results in the three senior boys’ events. In the event of a tie the Trophy is shared.

Girls’ Senior Champion-at-Arms: presented in 2002 by Mavis and Michael Thornton.
Awarded to the girl who has the highest points total from individual results in the three senior girls’ events. In the event of a tie the Trophy is shared.

Boys’ Junior Master-at-Arms: presented in 1982 by Mr Mark Nelson-Griffiths.
Awarded to the boy who has the highest points total from individual results in the three junior boys’ events. In the event of a tie the Trophy is shared.

Girls’ Junior Champion-at-Arms: presented in 2002 by Norman Golding. Awarded to the girl who has the highest points total from individual results in the three junior girls’ events. In the event of a tie the Trophy is shared.
Boys’ Mount-Haes Master-at-Arms:
presented by Brentwood School in 2004. Awarded to the boy who has the highest points total from individual results in the three Mount-Haes boys’ events. In the event of a tie the Trophy is shared.

Girls’ Mount-Haes Champion-at-Arms: presented in 2003 by Prof. Peter Northam and Nick Chapman.
Awarded to the girl who has the highest points total from individual results in the three Mount-Haes girls’ events. In the event of a tie the Trophy is shared.

Sir Douglas Henley Trophy: presented by the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) in 2002.
Awarded for the best overall performance by a fencer from a GDST school.

Team Trophies

The Graham Bartlett Cup: presented in 1939 by E R B Graham Esq. to be awarded to the Boys’ School having the highest number of points in all boys’ weapon events.

The Charles Gault Rose Bowl Trophy: presented in 1977 by the Old Instonians (Belfast) Association. to be awarded to the Boys’ School which is runner-up in the Graham-Bartlett Cup.

The Jack Wheeler Trophy: presented in 1985 by Mr Michael S. Smith. to be awarded to the Boys’ School which is third in the Graham-Bartlett Cup.The Ann Williamson Cup: presented in 2001 by Ann Williamson. to be awarded to the Girls’ School having the highest number of points in all girls’ weapon events.

The Moore Shield: presented in 2006 by the Moore family. to be awarded to the Girls’ School which is runner-up in the Ann Williamson Cup.

The Crystal Palace Plate: presented in 2006 by the PSFC Committee. to be awarded to the Girls’ School which is third in the Ann Williamson Cup.

The Overall Combined Trophy: presented by Millfield School in 2002. awarded to the school scoring the greatest number of points in all events and having at least one entry in a boys’ weapon event and one entry in a girls’ weapon event.

The Centenary Cup: presented in 1990 by Brentwood School. to be awarded to the Boys’ School making the greatest increase in the number of Graham Bartlett points gained over the previous year’s Championships total. A school must have fenced in the previous year’s Championships to be eligible for this trophy.

The Graham Langton Cup: presented in 2006 by the PSFC Committee. to be awarded to the Girls’ School making the greatest increase in the number of Ann Williamson points gained over the previous year’s Championships total. A school must have fenced in the previous year’s Championships to be eligible for this trophy.
The Hilary Hammond Trophy: presented in 1994 by Mrs Hilary Hammond. to be awarded to the Boys’ School with 24 or fewer weapon entries and gaining the highest number of points in the competition.

The Lady Eleanor Holles Cup: presented in 2007 by The Lady Eleanor Holles School. to be awarded to the Girls’ School with 15 or fewer weapon entries and gaining the highest number of points in the competition.

The Hymers College Cup: presented in 2007 by Margaret and Richard Lloyd-Jones. to be awarded to the Co-educational School with 30 or fewer weapon entries, with at least one entry in a boys’ weapon event and one entry in a girls’ weapon event, and gaining the highest number of points in the competition.

The Pearson Cup: presented by Professor and Mrs Eric Pearson. to be awarded to the Boys’ School with the best results in all events in the Championships, with the following exclusions: the winner of the Graham Bartlett Cup is excluded for the following three years; the runner-up for two years; and the third-placed school for one year. A school winning the Pearson Cup for two consecutive years is excluded for the following two years.

Team Weapons Trophies

by weapon:

The Christie Trophy: presented in 1960 by two members of the family of Errol Christie Esq. to be awarded to the school having the highest number of points in the Boys’ Junior and Mount-Haes Foil events.

The Sydenham Trophy: presented in 1985 by Sydenham High School for Girls. for the school with the highest number of points in the Girls’ Senior, Junior and Mount-Haes Foil events.

The Epee Cup: presented in 2007 by Nick Chapman. for the school with the highest number of points in the Boys’ Senior, Junior and Mount-Haes Epee events.

The Brian Howes Sabre:
presented in 2007 by the PSFC Committee in recognition of his long service to the Championships. to recognise excellence in fencing, the trophy is won by the school with the highest points total of fencers reaching the last 8 in the Boys’ Senior, Junior and Mount-Haes sabre events.

The Johnson Cup: presented in 2008 by the Old Millfieldians. to recognise excellence in fencing, the trophy is won by the school with the highest points total of fencers reaching the last 8 in the Girls’ Senior, Junior and Mount-Haes sabre events.

The Nick Halsted Cup: presented in 2008 by Clare and Laurence Halsted. for the school with the highest number of points in the Boys’ Senior, Junior and Mount-Haes Foil events.

The Keeble Cup: presented in 2012 by Godolphin & Latymer School. for the school with the highest number of points in the Girls’ Senior, Junior and Mount-Haes Epee events

by age group:

The Winston Churchill Cup: presented in 1981 by the Governors of Brentwood School. for the school with the highest number of points in the Senior Boys’ Epée, Foil and Sabre events.

The Paddy Power Cup: presented in 1980 by the York Fencing Club. for the school with the highest number of points in the Junior Boys’ Epée, Foil and Sabre events.

The Whitgift Cup: presented in 2006 by Whitgift School. for the school with the highest number of points in the Mount-Haes Boys’ Epée, Foil and Sabre events.

The Queenswood Team Cup: presented to the National Public Schoolgirls’ Championships in 1970 by Queenswood School for the best girl’s team. The trophy was found in 2007 having been mislaid since 1983. The PSFC Committee decided that the Cup should go to the school with the highest number of points from the Senior Girls’ Epée, Foil and Sabre events.

The Brentwood School Cup: presented in 2010 by Brentwood School. for the school with the highest number of points in the Junior Girls’ Epée, Foil and Sabre events.

The Bishop Challoner Trophy: presented in 2007 by Bishop Challoner School. For the school with the highest number of points in the Mount-Haes Girls’ Epée, Foil and Sabre events

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