The second Matthew in a row has won Arundel. This year it was Matthew Cocke (5 dan Epsom) who was the best of the 26 players, taking the first place previously won by Matthew Macfadyen. Winning all three games were Michael Webster (1 kyu London) and Adan Mordcovich (5 kyu Wanstead). All those on two wins received prizes including runner up Francis Roads (3 dan Wanstead).
The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
We've implemented a new way of updating our clubs list and therefore the map, allowing club secretaries to be in control of their own details and update them as soon as they change.
This means that the list and map are going to be more up to date and more reliable than ever before.
As a by-product of this change there have been a significant number of corrections to the details about many cl
Wins on boards 2 and 4 for the UK ensured the honours were split evenly between the UK and Austria.
Captain Will Brooks finally broke his duck, and Jon Diamond did his duty as president, while misfortune befell Matthew Macfadyen and Andrew Simons.
The season is nearing its end with only 2 more matches to be played (vs. Slovenia and Spain).
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p> The 2011 Youth Championships had 24 competitors aged from 7 to 18, with strengths from 2 dan to 30 kyu. The new library block at Bloxham School in Oxfordshire served as a great venue. Mazhar Warraich from Aston won the youth championship with 4 straight wins including beating Tian-Ren Chen from Loughborough.
The 2011 Youth Championships had 24 competitors aged from 7 to 18, with strengths from 2 dan to 30 kyu. The new library block at Bloxham School served as a great venue.
A week has passed since the Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami struck, which has been a disaster of unprecedented proportions for Japan.
The BGA is not organising a specific fund for people to donate to the relief operations. However, we are pleased to direct you to the one organised by the Japanese Ambassador.
Some include card Go sets, for instance "The Book of Go" and "Learn to Play Go Volume 1", and some were made for issue in Go sets, such as the Carlton Go Pack which contained Matthew Macfadyen's book.
David Ward (3 dan) won his local tournament, the Cambridge Trigantius, without having to share the title as he did in 2000. 36 players took part at St Columba's Church in the centre of the city. Other players winning all three games were Michael Charles (1kyu St Albans), Brook Roberts (4kyu Cambridge) and Jan Poslusny (6kyu Prague).