|Posted by ian on June 12, 2018 at 12:15 PM||comments (0)|
Well Played Bolton Chess Club and Bath University FM Joe Mcphillips http://chess-results.com/tnr358262.aspx?lan=1&art=9&fed=ENG&turdet=YES&flag=30&snr=1
|Posted by ian on June 11, 2018 at 4:55 AM||comments (0)|
Manchester Junior Chess
Summer European Tour 2019
Who: Children in the Manchester area of any chess strength
Where: We will stay in a hotel in St Petersburg and play chess against a school/schools from the city
When: Between 21st and 30th June 2019
How much: For a parent and child we estimate about £800.
What next: Download the flier and register with Julian Clissold, Manchester Junior Chess Organiser
|Posted by ian on June 9, 2018 at 6:30 AM||comments (0)|
This is just a reminder to Leagues and Clubs that any ECF non-member playing four or more standard play games in 2017/18 (or eight or more rapid play games) in that League or Club will incur a fee of £16 in respect of grading those games. That fee will be charged to the League or Club submitting the results, not to the player. And if the player has such results from more than one League or Club the fee will be applied to each: a player whose League submitted 4+ results and whose Club also submitted 4+ results would generate bills totalling £16 x 2.
The way to avoid these costs is to arrange ECF membership, starting at £16 (£15 online) for Bronze membership. The absolute deadline for this for 2017/18 will be Saturday 30th June online, or the previous day if a player needs to contact the office. Membership will cover all League and Club games for 2017/18.
Full details of joining or re-joining can be found under at https://www.englishchess.org.uk/ or over the telephone on 01424 775222 (Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 4:30pm)
League or Club officers needing clarification of the rules and procedures – and we accept that in some cases they are a bit more complex than we have set out above – should email email@example.com
|Posted by ian on May 22, 2018 at 11:50 AM||comments (0)|
Nine teams took part, Outright winners of the Bolton League team Jamboree Saturday 19th May 2018 were Stockport Congratulations scoring 17.5/20 winning a digital chess clock .
Winners of the best Bolton league team Bolton 1 13.5/20 winning a digital chess clock.
Joint winners of the Under 160 prize Bolton 2 and 3 winning a chess set 8.5/20
Winners of the under 110 prize Crusaders Blackburn 9/20 winning a chess set.
A big thanks, to all the teams who played and took part.
2.Bolton 1 13.5/20
6.Great Lever 9/20
7.Bolton 2 8.5/20
8.Bolton 3 8.5/20
|Posted by ian on May 8, 2018 at 8:30 AM||comments (0)|
Well played to 3Cs and Durham University FM Andy Horton.
|Posted by ian on May 5, 2018 at 10:20 AM||comments (0)|
4ncl live games this weekend, and Bank Holiday Monday. The round started at 2pm.
|Posted by ian on April 30, 2018 at 12:00 PM||comments (0)|
28th April 2018
Congratulations to Oldham, Tameside and Manchester for sending teams to the EPSCA Under 9 Finals. Best scores were Tim Ye (Oldham) 2.5 and Thisumi Jayawarna (Tameside).Pictures of the Manchester team.
Pos Team Points Wins
7 Wey Valley
8 Cheshire & North Wales
|Posted by ian on April 26, 2018 at 11:20 AM||comments (0)|
Bolton Chess Team Jamboree
Organised by the Bolton and District Chess League
Date Saturday 19 May 2018
Venue Little Lever Working Men’s Club Victory Road Little Lever Bolton BL3 1HZ
Format A five round event for teams of four players. Each round is 30 minutes rapidplay. Score is by game points. For example if a result is 3-1 the winning team scores three points and the losing team scores one point.
Entry fee £12 for a first team and £7 for each subsequent team. ECF membership is
Late fees £1 extra if posted after the Monday before the event. £2 on the day.
Timetable 10.00 Hand in team list 10.15 Round 1 11.30 Round 2
1.00 Round 3 2.10 Round 4 3.20 Round 5
Prizes Overall Champion Digital Chess Clock
Best Bolton League team Digital Chess Clock
Best team with at least 3 players under 140 Chess Set & Board
Best team with at least 3 players under 110 Chess Set & Board
Best team with at least 3 juniors under 16 Chess Set & Board
ECF Rapidplay ratings will be used.
A team cannot win more than one prize.
Entry form download can be found here.http://www.manchesterchess.co.uk/upcoming-events ;
Directions Take the M60 into Bolton and continue along the A666. Take the Raikes Lane exit. This is the first exit on the A666 proper. Do not take the Farnworth exit on the M61 just before the A666 starts. Turn left after the slip road then left at Manchester Road. At the second set of lights turn left on the A6053 to Little Lever. Take care not to go back onto the A666. Follow the A6053 for a mile then as it takes a right turn into Market St. Keep going straight on into Ainsworth Lane. Victory Rd is second on the right and the working men’s club is towards the end on the right hand side.
FA Cup Final The event is played on Cup Final day. There is time to get home to watch it after the event finishes. Or you can stay in the Club bar and watch it on the big screen
Entries to John Webster 53 Moss Shaw Way Radcliffe Manchester M26 3NR Tel 0161 724 6663. Please make cheques payable to Bolton Chess League Email entries accepted. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and pay on the day.
Bolton Jamboree 2018 Entry form
Club ________________________________ Teams entered _____
Contact Name __________________ Phone _______________________
Entry fee £_____
Late fee £_____
|Posted by ian on April 23, 2018 at 11:40 AM||comments (0)|
• Manchester sent three teams to play at Telford, including a girls’ team. The A Team and the Girls team came joint second alongside a Chess in Schools Team. The C team came 14th. This was all despite losing two players to chicken pox in the week before the event.
• Best scores were Ethan Gardiner , (Three C’s) (100%), Rachel Topping, (Bolton) (90%) but all the children played well. Sam Parry, Ivan Prikazcikov, Nethuli Saram, Bryony Eccleston Amrit Mishra, William Fairclough and Edward Jackson all scored 50% or better.
• A special word for Rowan Eccleston our six year old reserve who fought valiantly all weekend for his half point.
• A big thank you to all the parents who brought their children and looked after them over the weekend.
• Next year the Junior NCL moves to Peterborough and Manchester will again seek to enter teams. Expressions of interest to Julian Clissold, Manchester Junior Organiser (email@example.com)
|Posted by ian on April 18, 2018 at 5:50 AM||comments (0)|
Double free GM commentary.https://uschesschamps.com/2018-us-championships/commentators