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Contact: Marie Gledhill Email: email@example.com [MAP]
This will be an individual competition as well as a school team competition; the competition is open to all children in the South East, and you can enter both as part of a school team and as an individual. Girls and Boys sections will be separate | Entry form
Contact: Paul Mottram Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07989 151175 [MAP]
ECF graded 6 round Swiss rapidplay (25 mins + 5 sec) in Open, Major (U80) and Minor (U25 – Ungraded) sections. Online Entry and full details at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leicestershire-junior-open-congress-january-13th-february-2019-tickets-52416225341
Contact: Daniel Knight Email: UxbridgeJuniorChessClub@gmail.com Web: http://www.uxbridgejuniorchessclub.com [MAP]
There are trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for three sections – Top Section over 80 ECF; Intermediate Section 30 to 80; Beginners Section under 30 ECF. All games graded ECF rapidplay | Entry form
Contact: Paul Hampton Email: email@example.com Web: http://seatonchessclub.co.uk [MAP]
7 min + 3 sec increment per player for all moves. Entry fee £3.00 (£2.00 juniors) on the evening. Prize for winner and grading prizes. To enter contact Paul Hampton at firstname.lastname@example.org | Entry form
Contact: Ursula Wielgosz Email: email@example.com Web: http://hsca-chess.com/ [MAP]
6 round Rapidplay, 25 minutes + 5 second increments per game. U18, U13, U11 and U9 sections to determine county junior champions together with ‘stars barred’ section for relative newcomers. £12 entry fee for ECF silver members and above, others surcharged.
Contact: Brent Smith Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.bjca.org.uk [MAP]
3 sections – Beginners | Intermediate (U80) ECF Graded Section | Open. Beginners may play in the Intermediate if they would like to. You must be registered with ECF to play in graded sections.
Fees – £5.00 pre-booking for ECF members; £7 for unregistered players wanting to play in graded sections; £10 on the day …
Contact: Julian Clissold Email: email@example.com [MAP]
Junior tournament. Age groups Under 8, Under 9, under 10, under 11, under 12, under 14, under 16, under 18.
Under 8 will be rapidplay time control, all others will be standard time control of 50 minutes plus 10 second increments | Entry form
Contact: Daniel Knight Email: UxbridgeJuniorChessClub@gmail.com Web: https://www.uxbridgejuniorchessclub.com/ [MAP]
UKCC Qualifier. 3 sections – U9 and U11 will be qualifiers for UKCC (ages are those on the 31st August, 2018 midnight) Open Section: Players above 11 years, who do not need qualification or the players who already qualified.
Time control: 15 minutes each player plus 5 seconds per move. Assistance will be given to any child unfamiliar with using chess clocks. Number of rounds: 7 for U9/U11 and 6 for Open Section. UKCC trophies for the best performers in U9 and U11, trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for all the sections, trophies for best girl performer in each section.
Contact: Nidhi Gogia Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.bjca.org.uk [MAP]
4 hours of fun chess training by IM Andrew Martin. Only £15 per child; all U18 juniors welcome. Positive feedback from previous sessions, with lots of interactive activities and learning with children winning prizes. Book early to avoid disappointment; limited spaces available | Entry form
Contact: Nick Pert Email: email@example.com Web: https://www.gmchess.co.uk/king-edwards-march-2019.html [MAP]
The tournament will be played in four sections with training between rounds. ECF graded open U18 section for experienced juniors up to the age of 18, with no maximum grade (ECF graded); ECF graded U11 section for those under 11 on 31st August 2018 (year 6 and below) (ECF graded); Improvers’ section for those under 18 on 31st August 2018 and under 80 ECF grade (ungraded); Beginners’ section for those under 9 on 31st August 2018 (year 4 and below), who have no ECF grade and playing in their first few tournaments (ungraded)
20 players taking part in this event will qualify for a free place at a simultaneous exhibition in the summer against a top Grandmaster, likely to be Michael Adams! This has been provided by a private sponsor.
Contact: Scott Freeman Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: https://www.ccfworld.com/Chess/Results/2019-05-06_CLC_Final.htm [MAP]
Final of the CCF Champions League Chess competition in 5 separate competitions
Contact: Daniel Knight Email: email@example.com Web: https://www.uxbridgejuniorchessclub.com/ [MAP]
Graded ECF Rapidplay, 15 minutes for the game plus 5 seconds per move from the start; 6 rounds. Beginners U30 ECF, Intermediate U70 ECF, Open Section. Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for all the sections. Trophies for best girl performer in each section. Early entry £10 up until wed 5th June, afterwards £12. Prize money in Open category – 1st Place £20, 2nd Place £10, 3rd Place £5 | Detailed flyer
Contact: Ollie Blacklock Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Register online here [MAP]
The event is designed for players of all abilities, from those who are just starting to learn the rules, to those who already play in tournaments. The event is for juniors who reside or go to school in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Jersey or Guernsey
Contact: Nick Pert Email: email@example.com Web: https://www.gmchess.co.uk/summer-fide-congress.html [MAP]
1 full day training – 10:30 – 17:30. 4x 45 minute training sessions. Recommended for players up to ECF 130 grade. Fun blitz tournament with the chance to challenge GM Nick Pert. Also – 1 day tournament – 10:45 – 17:00. 6 rounds
Contact: Roger Lancaster Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://watfordchessclub.org/ [MAP]
6-round rapidplay (each player has 30 minutes to complete all moves) restricted to juniors born 2007 or later. Entry fee £15, prize fund £260 minimum, maximum entry 40, on-site parking, full details here
Contact: Nidhi Gogia Email: email@example.com Web: http://bjca.org.uk [MAP]
Junior Rapidplay afternoon event with 6 graded games and an ungraded section for beginners. 4 sections to suit all skill levels – Elite (above ECF 120); U120; U60 and ungraded Beginners section. Cash prizes for the Elite winners; trophies / medals for 1st / 2nd / 3rd place winners for all other sections. DGT clocks will be used | Entry form
Contact: Tony Ransom Email: firstname.lastname@example.org [MAP]
There will be 1 overall tournament with prizes determined by the entry level. All entry fees will be returned as prize money. The entry fee is £3 adults / £1.50 juniors (cash only, NO CHEQUES). Entries will only be accepted on the night, so bring along a completed form. Please arrive between 7.15 and 7.30 to allow for a prompt start. It is expected that there will be 7 rounds, but this will depend on how promptly we can start and size of the entry | Entry form
Contact: Daniel Knight Email: UxbridgeJuniorChessClub@hotmail.com Web: http://www.uxbridgejuniorchessclub.com [MAP]
LJCC Qualifiers – Under 12 Section; Under 10 Section; Under 8 Section; plus Open Section for over 70 ECF & Over 12, already qualified; games graded ECF rapidplay 20 minutes for the game plus 10 seconds increment per move from the start; 6 rounds. There will be prize money in the Open section – 1st Place £20, 2nd Place £10, 3rd Place £5 | Entry form
Contact: John Upham Email: email@example.com Web: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hampshire-junior-open-chess-congress-2019-tickets-54410291647 [MAP]
The Hampshire Junior Open Chess Congress is an annual tournament for young chess players who are less than eighteen years old on August 31st, 2019. Players are invited from any county – there are no restrictions as this is an OPEN event! The event is a qualifier for the London Junior Chess Championships | Entry form