|Current Tournaments||Junior (Youth) Winners||Current Tournaments
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|Youth Grand Prix||Edmund Smith||
This runs throughout the year and is not a specific tournament. Junior players score points for each tournament they enter, with additional points being scored for each game that they win.
The top three players at the end of the year hold the trophies for a year and receive a winners' certificate plus a cash prize, presented at the British Youth Go Championship. Cash prizes of £50, £30 and £20 are provided from a fund set up in memory of John Rickard, 4 dan.
The rules are:
|Womens' (Ladies) Championship||Alison Jones||
This tournament was formerly held primarily to select a British entry for the World Women’s Amateur Go Tournament.
|Women's Weekend||Helen Harvey||
Played during the sometimes held Women's Training Weekend.
The trophy is the Eva Wilson Go Ban.
|West Surrey Handicap||Malcolm Hagan||
Was the RTP Handicap 1987-89
Ceased in 2011
One of the oldest events in the UK, this event was for many years run by Bristol club in the town hall in Marlborough in Wiltshire, a location chosen to easy driving in pre-motorway days. It then moved to Keynsham before settling down in Bath, with that club taking over running it.
Now a 3 round McMahon, but formerly 4 rounds, taking advantage of the extra hour of its traditional date, the Sunday summer time ends.
The trophy was presented by Robnor Paints of Stratton St Margaret.
|Welwyn Garden City||Paul Taylor||
A 3-round McMahon originally held in the Welwyn Garden City Bridge Club room at Gosling Stadium in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire.
|Welsh Open||Alistair Wall||
Apart from the first year, which was 3 rounds on one day, this is a 5-round McMahon tournament held over a weekend in June. It has always been held in the West Wales seaside resort of Barmouth.