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Sensory Board Donation

Chess Scotland is starting a fundraising exercise to buy some new sensory boards for use in tournaments. All sections, from Minor to Open, will get the use of these boards. Discussion on the topic can be found here.

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Oban Congress

November 20th, 2016

Grading and prizewinners as follows

Open

1st
FM Alan Tate, Wandering Dragons, 4.5/5

2nd=
IM Mark Orr, Wandering Dragons 3.5/5
Tony Slinger, Yorkshire Terrior
Stuart White, Bearsden
Neil Irving, Stirling

Grading Prize
Alan Jelfs, East Kilbride, 3/5

Challengers

1st=
John Cawston, Yorkshire Terrior (Trophy Winner) 4/5
Robin Moore, Greenwood

3rd= & Grading Prize
Andrew MacQueen, Giffnock
James Watson, Glasgow Polytechnic
Keith Aitchison, Edinburgh

Major

1st=
Richard Dowling, Corstorphine (Trophy Winner) 4.5/5
Ewan Trantor, Oban

3rd=
Divyesh Selvaraj 4/5
James Turner, Bank of Scotland

Grading Prize

Liam Tang, Lenzie Chess Academy 3/5
David McDonald, Giffnock
Steve Sawaryn, Newmachar)

Minor

1st=
Liam Richmond, Oban (Trophy Winner) 4.5/5
Desmond Rowan, Giffnock

3rd
William Reid, Renfrewshire 4/5

Grading Prize

Lisa Paton, Castlehill 2.5/5
Robbie McLeod, Castlehill
Derek Birkett, Inverness
Ritvik Maheshwari, High School of Glasgow
Scott Dickson, Grangemouth

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