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This Year —

Girls’ Under 11 Chess Championships 2018/19 – Northern Semi-Final results

1st – Bolton Girls A
2nd – Fernwood A

Both qualifying for the final

Girls’ Under 19 Chess Championships 2018/19 – Southern Semi-Final results

1st – St Paul’s Girls School (SPGS) 12
2nd= North London Collegiate A (NLC); Nonsuch A 11
4th – NLC B 10
5th= Henrietta Barnett A; The Abbey A; NLC D 9.5

All qualifying for the final – Highfield 9.5 losing tie break

Girls’ Under 11 Chess Championships 2018/19 – Southern Semi-Final results

1st – NLC A 13.5
2nd – NLC B 13
3rd= NLC C; Guildford High School A (GHS) 12
5th – Brook Field 11
6th= Copthorne Prep A; NLC D 10.5

All qualifying for the final

 

Last Year —

Under 19 2018

U19 School Champions – Reading School
Runners up (winning the Richard Haddrell Trophy) – RGS Guildford
3rd = Hampton School, Nottingham High School, City of London School
Plate winners (best performance by a first round loser) – Brighton College [more]

Under 11 2018

This will be remembered as one of the most closely contested finals since the ECF Schools Under 11 was initiated. The final result remained unclear  until the final match was completed and the winners – Hallfield School – won on tie-break from Kings College School. This despite the fact that an excellent Heathside School had lead the field for much of the tournament [more]

Under 19/Under 11 Girls 2018

Congratulations to all the girls teams that played at the National Schools Girls’  Chess Championships 2018 finals 7th-8th April at St Catherine’s, Bramley. The U19 Girls Champions are Fernwood School (Nottingham) and the U11 Girls Champions are North London Collegiate School [follow the links above for more]

The girls  were all excellent ambassadors for their schools and  demonstrated the high standard of girls chess in schools in the UK. Our thanks go to St Catherine’s not only for hosting the event  but for their continuing generous sponsorship of the competition

Team Chess Challenge 2018

Congratulations to winners RGS Newcastle who started with 4 wins but then lost to Eltham College in the final round to make it look closer than it actually was. Thanks to all schools who took part for their very positive approach to the day [more]

Junior Team Chess Challenge 2018

Congratulations are due to King’s College Junior School Wimbledon on their victory but also to all the teams for their sporting behaviour and for the excellent standard of chess played [more]

Team Problem Solving Challenge 2018

1st – Judd 70; 2nd – Chepstow 60 (total time 91 mins); 3rd – St Pauls 60 (total time 104 mins) [more]

 


Sponsored by Winchester College and St Catherine’s School, Bramley

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