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1. The Association shall be called “The British Go Association” (BGA).
2. The objects of the BGA shall be to promote interest in and the playing of the game of Go, particularly in the United Kingdom.
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The British Go Association (BGA) exists to promote and support the playing of the oriental board game Go in the United Kingdom.
UK Tournament Results
Coventry (Tile Hill) 08/04/01Matthew Macfadyen went back to his winning ways to win his own tournament again. He was also part of the winning Leamington Beards team, who squeezed fellow beards by 3% with 67. Best of the other 76 players were Eddie Smithers (1 dan, Leicester), Ivan Watling (10 kyu Bradford), Pauline Bailey (14 kyu West Surrey),
Epsom won the team prize helped by the following also on 3/3: Brian Brunswick
(3 kyu), Philip Tedder (5 kyu), Matthew Selby (11 kyu), Natasha Regan (14 kyu)
and Andrew Slough (25 kyu). Nicola Hurden (13 kyu Berkshire Youth) won the 13x13.
West Surrey Handicap 05/12/99
Winner was Chris Dawson (1 dan Maidenhead). Best of the 54 players were
Natasha Regan (11 kyu Epsom), Ian McAnally (12 kyu Manchester) and
Simon Jones (25 kyu Berks Youth) on 4/4. On 3/4 were losing finalist
Des Cann (4 dan Leamington) and Alison Jones (2 dan Wanstead), Tony
Atkins (2 dan Reading), Henry Segerman (1 dan Oxford Uni), Geoff Kaniuk
(1 kyu London), Helen Harvey (1 kyu Manchester), Brian Brunswick (3
kyu Epsom), Bill Streeten (4 kyu Wanstead), Jim Edwards (6 kyu High
Wycombe), David Denholm (7 kyu High Wycombe), Roland Halliwell (12
kyu Twickenham) and Andrew McAnally (30 kyu Manchester).
Paul Margetts (1 kyu Epsom Downs) beat London's Geoff Kaniuk (also 1 kyu). In the final of the following day's Handicap Tournament at Bramley. George Haig (19 kyu) and Simon Brooks (14 kyu) both from Swindon won 4/4.
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