It is vital that this process is managed carefully to ensure the smooth running of the tournament. Players like to tell the TD 'Oh I am not playing in the next round', or write corrections to the spelling of their name on the register.
In a tournament with 130 players, you can expect to award 33 ertificates for 4 wins out of 7. These certificates should be signed before the last day by the TD. Then on the last day, as results become known you can start entering winners names on the certificates.
See Appendix C for location of the spreadsheet. Here we explain the meaning of the entries.
These are prepared in a spreadsheet and should be presented to council at the first meeting of the year. They become final only when the invoice has been received from PCC and paid.
"We are pleased to announce that we are going to hold the 10th World Students Go Oza Championship from Feb 25 to March 1 in 2013 in Tokyo, Japan.
To select 16 students to proceed the championship in Tokyo, we are going to have two preliminary rounds on the Internet. Please read the following page for details. http://igooza.nikkei.co.jp/students/11th/index-we.htm Here is the entry form:
We need money to fund our outreach to publicise Go and teach new people to play. You can help us by providing your time and effort or by contributing money as a donation.
The purpose of this manual is to set out the details of running the London Open so that it is easier for organisers to get assistance in managing this event. The London Open has been run in the International Students House now since 2001 and it really is an ideal venue with an affordable price.
With great regret we have to announce that Norman Tobin died on 20th October 2012, after a long illness.
Norman was a long-time member of the British Go Association, starting in the 1970s, was Newsletter Editor in 1987-8, Honorary Secretary 1982-5 and President from 1985 to 1991. He was also a significant donor to the Association prior to his final illness.
Cambridge A won all four matches, including beating unbeaten hosts Nippon A in the final round, to win the the autumn edition of the London International Teams. In the Handicap Division it was the South London Go Club team that won all their matches, and only lost one game, to win for the third time in a row.
Held at the Nippon Club.
pre> OPEN DIVISION No Team Score Wins R1 R2 R3 R4 1. Cambridge 4 9 +3(2) +5(2) +6(3) +2(2) Andrew Simons 1 0 1 0 David Ward 0 1 1 1 Matt Reid 1 1 1 1 2.