Fred Clough has announced results to May 5th which have been updated on the Tournament Results page.
Post/e.mail – Winner: C.D. Gallimore, Runner up: D. Richardson
e.mail only – Results to 5th May – P.Douglass 6: B.Thompson 4.5; C.D.Gallimore 3.5(4); B.Robinson 0 (4); S.Olsen
Michael Thistlewood has reported the final results which have been updated on the Tournament Results page.
The winner of Tourney A is Paul Douglass and Tourney B has been won by C. Bennett – well played.
Congratulations to new member William Lindberg on winning two Class 1 Trio No.103 & 105 with a scores of 3/4 & 4/4 – William is now playing in Class 2 and has been awarded 4 BCCA Candidate Master Points.
Class 3 Trio No.21 resulted in a 3 way draw. Andrew Dearnley, Mark Eldridge & John Brasier have joined a select group as this is only the 3rd time this has happened out of 180 Trio’s. All three players have received 1 BCCA Master Point.
Dr Mark Wilson has won Class 3 Trio No.11 with a score of 3/4 and is awarded 3 sort after BCCA Master Points to start his campaign to achieve the coveted title.
Congratulations to new member Richard Akrill on winning Class 1 Trio No.101 with a score of 3/4 – Richard is promoted to Class 2 and awarded 2 BCCA Candidate Master Points to start his campaign – well played.
Helen Sherwood has finished all 8 of her games in the Paterson Memorial, and has emerged with the excellent score of 7/8 (6 wins, 2 draws). This will take some beating and she has therefore set a firm target for everyone else to aim at. The full table can be seen here: http://www.bcca.info/chesstournaments/paterson-rodford-memorials-start-dec-2014/ (just change the “Show ….entries” to 50 & you can see the whole field).
David Coyne is the BCCA Postal Champion for the 2nd season in succession. He scored an excellent 8.5/10 despite losing an early game. Congratulations to David. The minor placings are still to be decided: the crosstable & full game scores can be seen here: https://www.iccf.com/event?id=47826
Mark Eldridge has been awarded the BCCA Master Title after reaching 20 BCCA Master points. The points were obtained through winning a Gold Medal WS tournament; 2nd in the BCCA Championship & 2nd in another Gold Medal WS tournament; joint winner of a Class 3 Trio. Congratulations to Mark! He becomes the 7th BCCA Master.
David Coyne is the first player to finish all 8 of his games in the Rodford Memorial, and has emerged with the excellent score of 5.5/8 (3 wins, 5 draws). He is the first player to score 3 wins in this event, and he has therefore set a firm target for everyone else to aim at. The full table can be seen here: http://www.bcca.info/chesstournaments/paterson-rodford-memorials-start-dec-2014/ (just change the “Show ….entries” to 50 & you can see the whole field).
Long standing BCCA member Kevin Eansworth passed away last month. The obituary can be seen here: http://announce.jpress.co.uk/chesterfieldtodaycouk/obituary/kevin-eansworth/41130473 Kevin was only 52 years of age. We extend our sympathy to family & friends.
Congratulations to David Woodruff & Keith Dudeney on their joint win of Class 1 Trio No.97 with 3 points and 3 wins apiece. David is promoted to Class 2 and Keith has already won promotion to Class 2, both receive one BCCA Candidate Master Point each.
Another Class 2 Win for Dennis Broadway from BCCA/C2/Tr40 in his campaign to achieve the BCCA Master Titles, this time with a clean sweep, well played Dennis! Dennis has already won promotion to Class 3 and is awarded a further 4 BCCA Candidate Master Points.
Congratulations to David Cook on wining Class 3 Trio No.20 by ½ a point from John Brasier who in turn was only ½ a point ahead of Russell Sherwood. Basically 1 win by David decided it. David is awarded the 3 sort after BCCA Master Points, well played one and all.
Congratulations to Maurice Carter in Class 1 Trio No.88 on his second win with a perfect score of 4/4, very well played. Maurice has been awarded another 2 BCCA Candidate Master Points and is already playing in Class 2.
After 13 months of play, the final result has now been received in the 2014 Postal Gold Medal event. By winning the final game, Jason Kirk wins the tournament by half a point from Andy Lindop. Jason wins an engraved Gold Medal & is awarded 5 BCCA Master points. Andy Lindop is awarded 2 BCCa Master points for finishing 2nd. The final crosstable can be seen here: https://www.iccf.com/event?id=42095