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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.


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

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Perth Congress 2017

February 19th, 2017

Please can you let Andy Howie know of any issues with grading.

Open: CS Grading - Fide Grading

Daniel Abraham, Glasgow Montrose

IM Mark Orr, Wandering Dragons
CM Paul Roberts, Edinburgh
Mark Page, England

U1940= Grading Prize
Ian Marks, Cathcart
Andrew Ward, St Andrews

Tariq Pasha, North Juniors
Callum Smith, North Juniors

Major: CS Grading - Fide Grading

William Clinton, Livingston

Sandy Storey, Edinburgh University
Stephen McQuillan, Hamilton

U1620 Grading Prize
Marco D’Allesio, Lenzie Chess Academy
Peter McEwan, Bearsden

U1395 Grading Prize
Adam Walkowiak, Wandering Dragons
Gwenole Le Feuvre, Perth

Minor: CS Grading

1st =
Walter Pearson, Pentland Hills
Andrew Sutherland, Perth
Matthew Billcliff, Lenzie Chess Academy
William Harkins, Benarty
Derek Coope, Oban
Pranav Arcot, Robert Gordons

U1210 Grading Prize
Mark Smith, Edinburgh

U1050 Grading Prize =
Aditya Hegde, Aberdeen
Aaron Gourley, Perth


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