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Shropshire Chess League Division 1 – Title Decider – 30th March 2017 at the Wrekin Housing Trust

Telepost A v Newport A

Pairings as follows:

Board Telepost A Newport A
1 Nigel Ferrington (B) Nick Rutter (W)
2 Trevor Brotherton (W) Nathanael Paul (B)
3 Phil Zabrocki (B) Chris Lewis (W)
4 John Bashall (W) Ian Jamieson (B)
5 Matthew Clark (B) Simon Maydew (W)
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Shropshire Chess Congress 2017    Watch Games (Links will become live as round begins)

Round 1 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 2 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 3 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 4 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 5 Flash Multiboard Mobile

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Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1
Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2
Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3
Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4
Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5

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16/06/2016 – Summer Knockout Trophies 2016 – The Wrekin Housing Trust, Telford TF3 4AW

The line up for the finals for these events will be as follows :

Cox Trophy

Board Telepost A Grade   Newport A Grade
1 Nigel Ferrington (W) 209 v Nick Rutter (B) 212
2 Phil Zabrocki (B) 169 v Nathanael Paul (W) 177
3 John Bashall (W) 150 v Chris Lewis (B) 160
4 Matthew Clark (B) 140 v Simon Maydew (W) 149

Minor Knockout

Board Newport B Grade   Ludlow A Grade
5 Ian Jamieson (W) 162 v Lee Davis (B) 183
6 Daniel Griffiths (B) 142 v Richard Croot (W) 151
7 Athar Ansari (W) 139 v Joe Watson (B) 160
8 Chris Paul (B) 120 v Bob Woolley (W) 119

 

Cox and Minor Knockout 2016 Watch Games
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Shropshire Chess Congress 2016    Watch Games
Round 1 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 2 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 3 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 4 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 5 Flash Multiboard Mobile

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Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1
Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2
Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3
Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4
Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5

11/06/2015 – Summer Knockout Trophies 2015

The line up for the finals for these events will be as follows (see underneath for links to the live games):

Cox Trophy

Board Shrewsbury A Grade   Newport A Grade
1 Francis Best 156 v Nicholas Rutter (W) 197
2 Daniel Lockett (W) 152 v Nathanael Paul 169
3 David Everington 155 v Simon Maydew (W) 148
4 Matthew Best (W) 152 v Christopher Lewis 153

 

Minor Knockout

Board Telepost B Grade   Church Stretton A Grade
5 Keith Tabner 133 v Trevor Brotherton (W) 178
6 Steve Kempsell (W) 127 v Steve Rooney 154
7 John Westhead 127 v Karl Wakefield (W) 139
8 Vincent Crean (W) 106 v David  Hodge 137

 

Cox and Minor Knockout 2015 Watch Games
Finals Flash Multiboard Mobile
Shropshire Chess Congress 2015
Round 1 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 2 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 3 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 4 Flash Multiboard Mobile
Round 5 Flash Multiboard Mobile

Open

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Pairings Results Pairings Results Pairings Results
Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1 Round 1
Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2 Round 2
Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3 Round 3
Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4 Round 4
Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5 Round 5

02/04/2014 – Shrewsbury A v Telford A, Division 1

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02/04/2014 – Wellington A v Telepost A, Division 1

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01/03/2014 – Mickey Adams Simul

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13 Responses to LIVE Chess

  1. Carl Portman says:

    Watching from Banbury. What a fabulous idea. Gentlemen, push your pawns!

  2. Richard Croot says:

    Nb5! is a strong move from Nigel. White is winning now.

  3. Richard Croot says:

    Board two White is doing well. Richard has to be careful e.g. Rd6 runs into Nxe5!! with back rank threats.

    • Admin says:

      Yep, looked like White might be winning on all boards earlier, although Tiago had at least equalised I felt. Not sure about that any more, but a Rook and Pawn ending with the amount of time Phil has remaining is likely to be tricky. Board 5 has also gone absolutely mental, looked like Matthew was in control earlier. Definitely a good match for the live boards to make their debuts in!

  4. Richard Croot says:

    White should be winning on board 2 now

  5. Admin says:

    Congratulations to Telepost – somehow!

  6. Steve Szwajkun says:

    Excellent idea and an enjoyable watch, Chelsea on the radio at the same time.

  7. Keith Tabner says:

    Congratulations to everyone involved in putting on this most entertaining chess event. It was like watching a who-dunnit – full of twists and turns with a surprise sting in the tale. Wellington were clearly winning but in the last few minutes somehow snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. Wow ! Now follow that !
    Keith

  8. Sellick Davies says:

    Congratulations to all concerned. Fantastic idea.

  9. Andrew t Jones says:

    Just popped home for some tea. Heading back up there in a minute

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