Forgotten Password
Browse the Site
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.


The SJCAET Educational Trust supports young Scottish players, and is a tax-efficient medium for donations to aid the development of Junior Chess. For more details please visit

History Archives

Chess Scotland Historian Alan McGowan updates the History Archive.

Check out the latest additions

News Article

Lothians Allegro 2017

January 28th, 2017

The 2017 Lothians Allegro took place at the Quay in Musselburgh on Sunday January 15.



1st Alan Tate 4.5/5 (+ Midlothian Cup)

2nd Patrick Coffey 4/5

3rd= Luis Sanchez Botella, Mark Orr, Max Turner 3.5/5

Smerdon Trophy for highest finisher resident in the Lothians: Alan Tate.



1st= Joy Durno, Alistair Campbell 4/5

3rd= Richard Kynoch, Christopher McIntee, Stephen McQuillan 3.5/5



1st Rakhel Parida 4.5/5

2nd= Calum McGillivray, Adam Walkowiak, Graeme Russell 4/5



1st= Bernard Cassidy, David King 4.5/5

3rd= Murdo McLaurin, Aravind Kumar, Sergi Mackinlay-Vich, Niels Billcliff, Niall Ferguson 4/5

Additional prize for highest placed junior under 16 & within grading limit of 1000 was shared by Murdo McLaurin and Sergi Mackinlay-Vich.

Data will be added to live grades on Feb 1.

results by Martin Robinson


Preview: The 2017 Lothians Allegro will take place at The Quay in Musselburgh on Sunday January 15.

The Quay Complex is situated just off the main A1 at the picturesque harbour at Fisherrow, Musselburgh. Chess Edinburgh hope this will be the first of many events at this top quality venue.

The venue is suitable for disabled players including wheelchair users and has free car parking.

Public transport by bus to and from Fisherrow Harbour from Princes Street is frequent and takes about thirty minutes.

Catering will be available throughout the day.

There are 4 sections of 5 rounds, 25 mins plus 5 secs per move per game.

Entry form


News Archive | Historic Archive

Chess Scotland RSS Feed