Following the retirement of David Hall from distributing old BGJs we've reviewed our stock and policy in the light of the online BGJ archive being close to completion with the loading of the remaining PDF files in the next month or so.
After the Coventry and Bracknell events, Tony Atkins was leading, but then the long events started with the Scottish Open scoring 6, Durham 5 and Barmouth 5 for defending champion Yohei Negi. Matthew Macfadyen won Swindon and Shrewsbury to move into second.
The website menus have been significantly changed, and the various pages in the What's Go? area revamped to give a better experience to casual enquirers about the game.
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After Skye :
Congratulations to the UK representatives Anson Ng and Vanessa Wong!
This event took place in the ancient town of Sibiu in Romania. 48 under-16s and 75 under-12s took part.
The 21st Irish Open was held as usual in the Teachers' Club in Dublin and again was part of the Pandanet Go European Cup. There attendance was 41, the strongest being the winner Ondrej Silt (6 dan Czechia).