Martin Harvey took up the kind offer from the Japan Society North-West (JSNW), to arrange the manning a stall at this year's Manchester Japan Day, this last Bank Holiday Monday.
The first of the three events during a very sunny weekend in Penzance was a teaching session on the Saturday morning.
Registration is now open for the London Open Go Congress.
The dates and location are the traditional ones; from 28th to 31st December at the International Students House.
It's a level B Bonus Points tournamen
Like some other sports organisations we have decided to initiate some British Go Association awards in order to encourage players and organisers.
The Bank of East Asia (BEA) generously provided the central Manchester venue for the 2014 Northern. The tournament-winner was Ngoc-Trang Cao (1d), from France, enjoying a purple patch after her win in Belfast just a few days beforehand.
I am recruiting names for the UK’s team for the online European Youth Go Championships
We need a team with up to 15 players to register for the event from which we will select 5 players for any one match.
Our Youth Squad leader Alison Bexfield is running a 6-round rapid-play tournament in Letchworth on Saturday 8th November 2014. There will be two separate junior sections included in this event. The Junior Open is for juniors who are confident players (stronger than 20 kyu) and the novice section is for those newer to the game or who have not achieved success in tournaments to date.
The cartoon booklet "Go An Introduction", where the Chess pieces learn to play from the Go stones, has been reissued. The new version uses pass stones at the end of the game just like in the UK Go Challenge and other tournaments. It also corrects the spelling error "altohether"!