|Junior (Youth) Winners||Current Tournaments
Last Title Holder
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|Bank of China (London)||Zhang, Shutai|
London School of Economics
|MSO Youth||William Brooks|
|South Coast Handicap||Tony Atkins|
|MSO Rapid||Tony Atkins|
|MSO Novices 13x13||Tom Cooper|
|North London||Terry Stacey|
|North East||Simon Shiu|
|MSO 9x9||Seong-June Kim|
|KGS Sunjang Baduk||Roy-Andre Kirkebo|
|Irish Handicap||Roger Daniel||
Ceased in 2003
|London Open Handicap||Roger Daniel|
|MSO Lightning||Piers Shepperson|
|Isle of Man Die Hards||Paul Barnard|
|Cambridge Junior||Owen Walker|
|MSO 9x9 Junior or Beginners||Nicholas Calderwood|
|MSO Pair Go||Natasha Regan & Tim Hunt|
|MSO Weekend||Migaku Hayashi|
Early events known as the Woodford tournament. The 1972 event was a handicap tournament.
Ceased in 2010
|Ipswich (East Anglia)||Matthew Macfadyen|
|National Knock-Out||Matthew Macfadyen|
|London New Year Rapid||Matthew Cocke / Zhang, Shutai|
|West Surrey Handicap||Malcolm Hagan||
Was the RTP Handicap 1987-89
Ceased in 2011
|London Open Small Board||Ken Dackombe|
|Asahi Meijin (London)||Jong-Soo Yoo|
|London Go Centre||Jim Bates|
|Women's Weekend||Helen Harvey||
Played during the sometimes held Women's Training Weekend.
The trophy is the Eva Wilson Go Ban.
|Three Counties||Harold Lee|
|Liverpool Handicap||George Leach|
Held in Cupar.
Ceased in 2010
|New Malden||Ben He|
|Korean Ambassador's Cup||Bei Ge|
Held in London between Nippon Club (Japanese) and Central London Go Club (Anglo).
|Online League (Individual)||Andrew Simons|
|Epsom Downs (Wedding)||Alistair Wall|
|South London||Alistair Wall|
|Womens' (Ladies) Championship||Alison Jones||
This tournament was formerly held primarily to select a British entry for the World Women’s Amateur Go Tournament.
|Cambridge MSO Dans'||Alex Selby|
|Scottish Barlow||Alex Kent|
|Weak Knee Dans Grand Prix||Alan Thornton|
Other regional leagues have been held, mostly in the 1970s and early 1980s, but reporting of results was patchy.
In addition the Jubilee Challenge Trophy (a Goban) was instigated for the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977. After a few years of competition it was won by Leamington, who still hold it.
See West Surrey
|Youth Small Board|
In this tournament, a professional game had been chosen which had a close result and was adjudged close after the fuseki. Each player played this same game four times, twice as black and twice as white.