British Pair Go Championship 2010
This year the Pair Go Championships, the 20th, were held again at the Foxcombe Lodge Hotel, Boars Hill near Oxford, thanks to new proprietor Gary Adams. Last year's winners Kirsty Healey and Matthew Macfadyen lost in round two to Alison and Simon Bexfield, but Alison and Simon lost the final.
The winners were Natasha Regan and Matthew Cocke, who took the championship for the first time in five years. In the 10-pair handicap group, the winners for the second year running were young Kelda Smith and her father Paul Smith, from Cambridge. The Best Dressed competition again featured top-hatted winners: Sarah Wright and Alistair Turnbull won, with reigning World Pair Go Best Dressed champions, Kirsty Healey and Matthew Macfadyen, taking second spot. Paul and Kelda Smith also won the RE quiz with 20 points.
The event was divided into two sections. The strongest eight pairs played in a tournament for which International Amateur Pair Go and European Pair Go qualification points were allocated. The other pairs played in a handicap tournament.
|1||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||8+||5+||2+||3|
|2||Alison Bexfield & Simon Bexfield||7+||3+||1-||2|
|3||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||4+||2-||6+||2|
|4||Ingrid Jendrzejewski & Alex Selby||3-||7+||5+||2|
|5||Jenny Radcliffe & Francis Roads||6+||1-||4-||1|
|6||Martha McGill & Matthew Crosby||5-||8+||3-||1|
|7||Anna Griffiths & Tony Atkins||2-||4-||8+||1|
|8||Sue Paterson & Granville Wright||1-||6-||7-||0|
|1||Kelda Smith & Paul Smith||16k||5+||7+||2+||3|
|2||Sarah Wright & Alistair Turnbull||9½k||10+||6+||1-||2|
|3||Jennifer Adcock & Gareth Davies||4k||9+||8-||6+||2|
|4||Helen Harvey & Martin Harvey||4k||6-||9+||8+||2|
|5||Pauline Bailey & Steve Bailey||9½k||1-||10+||7+||2|
|6||Jil Segerman & Tony Pitchford||8k||4+||2-||3-||1|
|7||Isobel Ridley & Pat Ridley||14k||8+||1-||5-||1|
|8||Nicola Hurden & Casey Alexander||10k||7-||3+||4-||1|
|9||Jackie Chai & John Johnstone||6½k||3-||4-||10+||1|
|10||Alice Bradley & Sandy Taylor||4k||2-||5-||9-||0|
Grades are shown to indicate which sides received handicaps (half rounded in favour of Black, if no half black receives 6 komi).