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South Wales New Year Congress, 2nd-4th January 2015: Heronston Hotel, Bridgend - Entries

BYES IN BRACKETS

 

OPEN

Michael Ashworth (1), David Buttell, Andrew Di Vetta, Fei Gao, Tony Haigh (1), Gerry Heap, Dai James, Don Mason, Charlie McLaren, Allan Pleasants, Nigel Ralphs, David Sands, Roy Thomas, Julie Van Kemenade, Rudy Van Kemenade, John Waterfield, Stephen Williams, Craig Woolcock

 

MAJOR

Robert Ashworth (1), Peter Burgoyne, John Cox, Gareth Davies (1), Robert Hurn, Richard Livermore, Thomas McLaren

 

MINOR

David Archer, Jaime Ashworth (1), Chris Green, Martyn Maber

West Wales Congress 2014

Congratulations to Tim Kett, Carl Strugnell and Sven Zeidler for sharing first place in the Open section of the West Wales congress. Fei Gao won the Major section and Paul Bevan and Mateusz Sieduszewski shared first place in the Minor section.

 

 

South Wales Autumn Congress: 10th-12th October 2014, Pencoed

See below for results and pairings, and go to the games section of the website for all the Open Section games.

 

Results below

Read more: South Wales Autumn Congress: 10th-12th October 2014, Pencoed

South Wales Rapidplay 2014

We congratulate Tim Kett, winner of the above event.

 

As part of the event the Welsh Ladies Rapidplay Champion and Welsh under 18 Rapidplay Champions were crowned.

We congratulate Olivia Smith (Ladies Champion) and Stephanie Du Toit and Thomas Turton (Joint U18 Rapidplay Champions) 

 

Welsh Champion

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... 1 years to go !             

 

   
   
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