One of my plans for 2019 was to attend at least on of the four IHFL events. I didn't want to wait until later in the year so I dived into the second leg The Clash of The Towers, run by Dublin HEMA this weekend. This is my review of the event. The weather was … Continue reading Clash of the Towers 2019: A Review
Happy 2018, here is the very first post of the year!
The IHFL is done for 2017. The last event has been reviewed, the results are all in and the winner has been announced. Now it’s time for what we have all been waiting for, a roundup of the year. I’ll be comparing all four events and what it was like to fence in each one. … Continue reading Winter is Coming: time for a League Roundup and a dated TV reference…
Saturday was the last event of the 2017 IHFL the Galway HEMA Open. I have attended every event in the season this year and I have been looking forward to this event for a few weeks. A chance to fence, learn something, to catch up with other League heads and hopefully to have a good … Continue reading The Galway HEMA Open: A Review
A slightly more detailed review than I can usually manage...
Why should we include competition in HEMA anyway?
Personal frustrations with a scoring systems meant poorer performance than I would have liked.
A swift round up before the IHFL continues this weekend.
This weekend was the first leg of the IHFL 2017 season, held in Cork by the Blademasters. There were three pools of six fighters, meaning five bouts each and then a single elimination round for the eight highest scorers across all the pools. This meant that win/loss within your own pool didn't matter but the … Continue reading Blademasters’ Cup 2017: A review
IHFL 2017 is Starting soon!