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. Matthew then won the Wessex and MK to go top, but Yohei evened the score at the Three Peaks. After Cheshire:
The 2009 Youth Grand Prix has now finished, with Matthew Hathrell coming first, Roella Smith second, and Michael Webster third. Well done to those three, and to everyone else who earned points. Full standings for the year can be seen here.
T Mark Hall will be the UK representative this year.
The bar was at 4 dan. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
Note: only players playing in all rounds could win Toyota-Tour points and receive prizes.
A 6-round McMahon tournament with the Bar at 2 dan.