The Kingdom's fencers followed up their glorious opening day but winning four gold medals on the second day of the Arab Junior Fencing Championships taking place at the Jordan Fencing Federation.

In the girls, Ru’a Al Majali won gold by clinching the U15 title after beating teammate Ru’a Haboub in the final of Foil weapon.

Dina Al Mansi clinched the second gold in Epee after beating teammate Shahed Kloub in the finals of U15.

In boys action, Osamah Al Balawi won gold of Sabre after beating countryman Osamah Al Masri in the U15 category, while the fourth gold came through Aws Maghaireh who clinched the U13 Sabre title after beating Qatar’s Mohammad Al Obaidali.