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MFC acknowledges the Gundungurra and Dharug peoples who are the traditional custodians of the Country on which we train and whose sovereignty and lands were never ceded.

MFC is a welcoming, inclusive community sports club which offers coaching, resources and opportunities for members to develop their skills and confidence in fencing in an atmosphere of friendliness, encouragement and enthusiasm.

The club comprises a diverse and growing membership united by a unique and supportive team spirit which is encapsulated in our motto ‘Insieme in cima’ – together to the top!

Training resumes Thursday 27 Jan. Saturday training resumes 5 Feb.

Australian Spots Foundation logo – two bright red pointed lozenge shapes stacked on top of eachother with ‘Australian Sports Foundation’ in black, all capitals in two lines to the right of the symbol. Beneath the name ‘for a sporting future’ is set smaller in all capitals in mid grey. Logo in black with Australian Government crest at the top, with text underneath reading 'Australian Government Department of Social Services' Blue Mountains City Council logo, with ‘blue mountains’ in dark blue and ‘city council’ in mid-green, underneath a line drawing of a simple leaf in the same colours, the bottom half of which has uneven blue and green vertical stripes to evoke the escarpments of the mountains Large red waratah logo in the centre representing the new south wales government. Above and below the waratah in navy blue is the text 'supported by NSW government'. Sport NSW logo, a diamond made of four smaller diamonds of alternating dark and light blue backgrounds on which a white figure stands with arms and legs apart, below the shape is the tagline The Voice of Sport