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28th WLJCC Open Championship

If you wish to participate, please fill in the entry form.
Time:
21/06/2008 - 10:55 - 21/06/2008 - 13:00

24th WLJCC Open Championship

Results:

1. Arian Amiri 4/5 (13)

2. Rupert GLover 4/5 (10)

3. Thomas Russel 3/5

4. Venson Pangven 3/5

5. Conrad Barcley 3/5

6. Teddy Anthony 2.5/5

7. Fraser Barcley 2.5/5

8. Kinan 2/5

9. Peter Tuxen 1/5

23rd WLJCC Open Championship

Results:

1. Rupert GLover 5/5

2. Venson Pangven 3.5/5

3. Luke Tomiak 3/5

4.Thomas Russel 3/5

5. Peter Tuxen 2/5

6. Cameron Roker 2/5

7. Patrick Cocker 1/5

8. Hamish Lister 0.5/5

22nd West London Junior Championship

14.07.2007

This was the last event for the summer term and as the turn up surprisingly was quite good children were divided in two groups: U6 and U8 and above.

U8 and above:

Rupert Glover (4/5) was in the lead up to the end and even his last round loss against Joshua Crook, who came second, did not make any difference, as he won the tournament by progressive score. Ben Murphy and Louis Norris gained 3.5 points. Ben won the bronze medal by decisive progressive score. Ellie Baldwin was the best girl.

U6: Arian Amiri scored a brilliant 5/5 and thus won the gold medal. Vivek Thakrar came second with 4/5 and Declan Thompson 3rd with 3.5 points. The only girl, Sabrina Anwer, came 4th with 3 points! Well done all!

Place Full Name Age G/B Points Prog. score
1 Rupert Glover U11 B 4 14
2 Joshua Crook U8 B 4 11
3 Ben Murphy U8 B 3.5 11.5
4 Louis Norris U10 B 3.5 9.5
5 Ellie Boldwin U9 G 3 9
6 Ben Thiemann U11 B 3 7
7 Teddy Anthony U8 B 2
8= Yasmin Anwer U9 G 1
Peter Tuxen U11 B 1
1 Arian Amiri U6 B 5 Prog. score
2 Vivek Thakrar U6 B 4
3 Declan Thompson U6 B 3.5
4 Sabrina Anwer U6 G 3
5 Andrew Earlan U6 B 2.5
6= Suleyman Anwar U6 B 2
Aleem Anwar U6 B 2
Francis Mc Adie U6 B 2
9= Patrick Coker U6 B 1.5
Vivien Xue U6 G 1.5

Have a lovely summer holiday and see you all in September!

Best wishes,

Meri

19.05.07 and 27.05.07: Megafinal Results

15 WLJCC members took part in the prestigious UK Chess Challenge Megafinal on 19th and 27th May: 4 winners and 2 runners-up

It was a brilliant achievement. Well done all!

Name G/B Age Points Standing/Title Qualified
Anna Saunter G U7 2.5/6 Suprema Q
Quinn Wright G U7 2.5/6 Suprema Q
Nicholas Osmond B U7 3/6    
Luke Tomiak B U7 4.5/6 2nd Q
Oliver McMillan B U7 2/6    
William Winterbotham B U8 4.5/6 2nd= Q
Joshua Thompson-Crook B U8 3/6    
Ryyan Winter B U8 3/6    
Owen Williamson B U8 2.5/6    
Ludovica di Vincenzo G U8 1/6    
Isobel Warren G U9 3.5/6 Suprema Q
Luke Barry B U9 3/6    
Kristian Pelosi B U9 3/6    
Ralph Hankins B U11 2/6    
Harry Burdon B U14 4/6 Supremo Q

22nd WLJCC Open Championship

If you wish to participate, please fill in the entry form.

Time:
14/07/2007 - 11:00 - 14/07/2007 - 13:00

Standard Saturday Teaching Session

Time:
16/06/2007 - 11:00 - 16/06/2007 - 13:00

Last Chance Saloon

If you missed out on qualifying for this year's British Land UK Chess Challenge Megafinal, there is still a chance to do so on Saturday, 28th April. The tournament is open to children under 18 years of age on 1st September 2006.

There will be 7 rounds each of 20 minutes. Clocks may be used on the higher boards. If clocks are used the time limit will be all the moves in 10 minutes per player. If you would like to participate, please submit an entry form.

21st WLJCC Championship

This was the last tournament for the spring term and unexpectedly 17 children turned up, of whom only 8 had signed up in advance, which made the organisation for the tournament more difficult.

Guy Cranmer managed to win his first 4 games by late "Scholar's Mate", but his last round against William Winterbotham was not so lucky. William knew how Guy has won his previous games and paid attention to Guy's opening trick, and just after the opening moves William checkmated his opponent. Children showed a good fighting spirit and some of them learnt that age difference doesn't count but the knowledge. Well done all!

Standing Name Surname Age Points Prog. Score
1 Guy Cranmer 11 4 14
2 Theo Tanner 11 4 13
3 William Winterbotham 8 4 11
4 Conrad Barclay 7 3.5 11
5 Max Muskath 8 3.5
6 Billy O'Hara 9 3
7 Rupert Glover 11 3 9
8= Lucas Tanner 6 2.5 9
8= Ryyan Winter 9 2.5 9
10 Adam Lomas 6 2.5 4.5
11 Isobel Warren (G) 9 2 8
12 Lykourgos Marinos 11 2 7
13= Peter

2 6
13= Iman Khan (G) 8 2 6
15 Lorna Ioskevich (G) 10 2 5.5
16 Fraser Barclay 6 1.5
17 Benjamin Thiemann 11 0

20th WLJCC Championship

Due to a half-term break many children were away, however, 5 boys turned up and played a round-robin tournament.

Guy Cranmer was a first time winner and Ralph Hankins came second after his third attempt. Adam Lomas had a winning position against Guy and could have claimed draw but decided to play on for a win and eventually lost on time.

In the third round Luke Barry missed a checkmated in one move against Guy, who proved to have strong nerves and determination.

No Name Surname Age Points
1 Guy Cranmer 11 5
2 Ralph Hankins 11 3.5
3 Rupert Glover 11 3
4 Luke Barry 10 2.5
5 Adam Lomas 6 1
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