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The Ned Light Memorial Saber RYC (Region 6) Mar 24, 2018 - Mar 25, 2018
Please join us for the 6th annual Ned Light Memorial Saber RYC on March 24 & 25, 2018. We are offering Y10, Y12, and Y14 Saber events. Entry fees are $30 registration, and $25 per event. Pre-payment is not required, registration closes on March 21.
Mid-South Fencers' Club: Durham, NC
posted 11/28/2017
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Please join us for the 6th annual Ned Light Memorial RYC. Registration is now open, pre-payment is not required. All entry fees will be paid at time of check-in. Early registration will close on Wednesday, March 21. Entries after March 21 and walk-in registrations the day of the event will be possible at double fees.

Entry fees are $30 registration fee, and $25 per event.

Mid-South Fencers' Club is in proximity to the Historic BrightLeaf District of Downtown Durham, NC adjacent to Duke University and 9 miles from UNC-Chapel Hill. Our club is walking distance to a wide variety of restaurants, boutique shops, pubs, fine and casual dining, entertainment and a new Marriott hotel. More information about Durham can be found by vising

Checkout the Athlete information blog post here:

Parking for the competition is available at the BrightLeaf Square parking lot located at the intersection of Morgan Street and Gregson Street. Parking is free on weekends. Street parking is available and we ask that fencers use the small parking lot in front of the fencing club for pickup and drop-off only.

Entry Fees & Deadlines:
Regular period fees are a $30 registration fee per fencer, and $25 per event fee until midnight on Wednesday March 21st. Preferred payment is cash or check. Late entry fees will be accepted until the day of the event at double fees ($60 registration, $50per event). Pre-payment is not required, all entry fees are payable at check-in.

The Bout Committee will use the most recent classification and points lists as provided by the USA Fencing website. It is the athlete's responsibility to ensure their information is accurate. Any discrepancies should be addressed in a timely manner prior to the tournament, directly to USA Fencing.

Athletes must be current competitive members of USA Fencing. Fencers must follow the age criteria as set forth by USA fencing for each event. The age and classification chart is available here:

Equipment Control:
Armorers will be onsite to control equipment. All USFA rules and requirements regarding necessary equipment for competition will be followed. Mid-South does have a small retail pro-shop with commonly needed items, there will not be an additional vendor on site.

Check in Information:
Athletes must check in each day, prior to the close of check-in for their events. Athletes must present a current copy of their USA Fencing membership card at check-in, any athlete that is NOT age verified with USA Fencing must present a government issued ID to provide proof of age (passport, birth certificate, etc.)

Awards are given to the top 8 places in each event.

Regional Points and Qualifying Paths:
Information on regional points and qualifying paths is available via the USA Fencing website here:

Communication & Questions:
Important information and updates will be sent through Please ensure that askfred has the proper email address. If you have questions or need help of any kind, please don't hesitate to reach out to Jeff Kallio via

On behalf of the Mid-South fencers we would like to thank everyone for supporting this event. This tournament is held in honor of Ned Light, a founding coach of our club whom we lost to cancer in 2011. Ned was a varsity fencer at Duke University, founder of Triangle Fencing Club, and a huge supporter of youth fencing in North Carolina. When Mid-South opened its first location in Durham in 2008, Ned brought his club to Mid-South to help kick-start the development of a competitive youth saber program in Durham. Many of Ned's students have earned national recognition and went on to compete with varsity collegiate teams across the country.

Jeff Kallio & Jennifer Oldham
Mid-South Fencers' Club
Durham, NC