We are holding another Rapidplay tournament to be played over two Wednesday sessions on the 3rd and 10th of December. The details are as follows:
It is open to members and non-members alike, so if you are interested, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
The club's AGM will be held on the 19th at 7.15 pm in the Tabard Public House, near Turnham Green Tube station at 1 Bath Road, W4 1LN. Particular topics for discussion should be raised in advance by e-mail to Mark Lyell.
Due to popular demand, there will be another Rapidplay held over two Wednesday sessions, on the 27th August and 3rd of September. It will be in the same format as the last one, see the posts below. It is open to members and non-members alike, so if you are interested, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event was a success with 14 participants, some from other clubs. £76 was awarded in prizes:
A number of players chose to donate some of their winnings to the club. The full results can be found here. Largely due to good feedback and requests, we may be holding another rapidplay late August / early September.
The club will be holding a small rapidplay tournament over two Wednesday sessions ealy in July. The details are as follows:
We currently have 10 confirmed participants and players from outside the club are welcome. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
After what was a very close and exciting end to the seson, West London's London League team ended up top in the London League. This ensures promotion into Division 2. Check out the league table -well don team!
Update: It turns out that because Wimbledon fielded an ineligable player vs Lewisham, Lewisham get an extra ½-point, finishing on the same 8 match points as West London. Because Lewisham have 2½ more game points, they snatch the league victory from us. Both West London and Lewisham are promoted.
West London's second team in the Middlesex League are now the champions elect of Division 3! The championship was secured by winning at Barnet Knights' home venue last night, reaching a points total of 7.5, which cannot be surpassed by any other team.
The team will now be promoted to the second division. Congratulations to captain Adrian Barron and everyone who has played in the team this season.
The first team in the Middlesex League have had a challenging time, scoring only 3 out of 7 points. That said, many of the matches were very close. The second team in Division 3 are doing exceptionally well, scoring 5 points out of 6! Three of the remaining four matches are being held at home, so there is good chance for promotion to Division 2 if we keep winning.
In the London Leage, the first team is doing reasonably well, scoring 2.5 out of 4, but there are 7 matches left. In the new fun division, the second team have scored only 1 from 4, but that's OK since it's only for fun
The WLCC AGM was held on the Wednesday 12th September 2007 in the Chiswick Town Hall. There were 9 attendees and the highlights are as follows: