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    Giles Leabrook

    Kingdom Rapier Marshal, Provost



    St Florian de la Riviere (Brisbane, QLD)

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    PH: +61 (0)438 583 590


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    On the 9th Day of April AS XXXVIII (2004), at Rowany Festival, Scholar Giles Leabrook, sponsored by Guildmaster Henry the Fox, did play his Free Scholar's Prize in rapier and dagger. The body of examiners did agree that the scholar had successfully played the Prize, and did acknowledge and advance him to the rank of Free Scholar.

    On the 25th day of March AS XXXIX (2005), at Rowany Festival, Free Scholar Giles Leabrook, sponsored by Guildmaster Henry Fox, did play his Journeyman's Prize in rapier and parrying gauntlet, rapier and buckler, and rapier and baton. After deliberation, the body of examiners did conclude that the candidate had not successfully played the Prize.

    On Sunday the Fifth Day of August AS XLII (2007), at the North of Border Fencing Fest IV, Journeyman Giles Leabrook, sponsored by Guildmaster Don Henry Fox, did play his Provost's Prize in the following weapons: rapier and parrying gauntlet; rapier and baton; rapier and dagger; rapier and buckler; and rapier. The candidate was examined by Provosts Emrys Tudur, Sommerled of Redcliff and Owain Cantor ap Hughe and Guildmasters Caleb Adolphus, Silfren the Singer and ibn Jelal. The examiners did agree that the Journeyman had most successfully played the Prize and did acknowledge and elevate him to the rank of Provost.

    Last updated on 8 Apr 2011, 10:40:14.