We've got a new club in East Sussex; see Seaford.
Letchworth Garden City Go Club met for the first time on Thursday April 18.
Nine people attended, including organizer Alison Bexfield 2d and husband Simon 1d.
Congratulations to Martha McGill on becoming the 200th player to be awarded a dan certificate by the BGA!
Congratulations also to Dylan Carter for becoming the 201st.
See our Dans list for a full list of all dan players with certificates awarded by us.
Here are the latest scores in the 2012 Double-Digit-Kyu Grand Prix, following the Coventry tournament.
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.
Belated congratulations to Ingrid Jendrzejewski and Alex Selby on the birth of their daughter, Rosalind Margaret, on 1st October at 2:50pm, weighing in at 7.5 lbs.
Vanessa Wong has been awarded a 6 dan certificate by the BGA, following her excellent performance at the second World Mind Sports Games in Lille.
Congratulation to Vanessa Wong on her becoming No. 1 in the UK ratings, replacing Bei Ge who overtook long-time top player Matthew Macfadyen who had a bad tournament at the London Open 2011.
Just a small caution: only the Team event of the three WMSG events Vanessa took part it has so far been included in the rating list...
We're pleased to be able to announce that the European Go Federation have awarded us the European Youth Go Championship for 2014.
We're currently proposing that it be held in conjunction with the British Open in March or April 2014 in the Butlins resort, Bognor Regis.
Final dates should be announced early in 2013.
We're setting up an organisation team to look after this project, so if you
This year's Shodan Challenge is now under way. There were some problems with people dropping out last year, so this year's set-up is more casual. There are no specific pairs of mentors/mentees; instead we have a teaching ladder system, whereby you can submit games for review, and review other people's games. There's also an option to arrange friendly matches and teaching games.