Bei Ge won the British Championship. He beat the 2005 Champion, Matthew Macfadyen, by 3 games to 2 in the Title Match.
(Based on article in BGJ100 by Francis Roads)
Matthew Macfadyen won by three games to one, to be British Champion for the 20th time.
Matthew Macfadyen retained the Title by defeating the Challenger, Des Cann, 3-0 in the best-of-5 games match.
The first game of the Title Match took place in Oxford on Saturday 9th July. Matthew Macfadyen won by Resignation.
Page 28 - British Championship Game 1 Macfadyen v Cann
Page 33 - European Masters 2005 Final Dinerchtein v Nechanicky
Page 38 - European Go Championship 2005 Cho Seok-Bin v Dinerchtein
The Cheshire Go Tournament is being held again this year at Frodsham Community Centre alongside the Chess Tournament.