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Nancy Elder 2019
Update June 26, 2019
Congratulations to Alistair MacNaughton who has won this year's Nancy Elder Trophy.
Alistair McNaughton v Steve Hilton 1-0 (allegro after draw)
Congratulations to Steve Hilton and Alistair MacNaughton on reaching the final
Final (22nd June in Edinburgh (revised date)
Alistair McNaughton (home and Black) v Steve Hilton (away and White)
Both players get a keepsake trophy and the winner retains the Nancy Elder trophy for twelve months
Semi-Final the first named player plays at HOME and has the BLACK pieces
Calum McGillivray v Steve Hilton 0.5-0.5, 0-1
Chris Donkin v Alistair MacNaughton 0-1
Quarter-Final the first named player plays at HOME and has the BLACK pieces
Steve Hilton v Gerry Brown 1-0
Jim O'Neil v Calum McGillivray 0-1
Michael Jessing v Chris Donkin 0-1 (allegro after draw)
A Keith Aitchison v Alistair MacNaughton 0-1
Draw for Nancy Elder round 1 - the first named player plays at HOME and has the BLACK pieces.
Steve Hilton v Thor Saemundsson 1-0
Gerry Brown v Chris Hampton 1-0
Allan Buchan v Jim O'Neil 0-1
Snorri Kristjansson v Calum McGillivray 0-1 (w/o)
Chris Donkin v Alan Armstrong 1-0
Michael Jessing v Peter Sallai 1-0
Alistair MacNaughton v John Lynch 1-0
Martin Keen v A Keith Aitchison 0-1
Preview: Entries are now being taken for this year’s (2019) Nancy Elder tournament. This is a knock-out event arranged at mutually agreed venues for players rated 1850 (juniors 1775) or lower. The winner will receive the Nancy Elder Cup for annual retention and a memento trophy.
Entries are being taken up to and including February 21st.
Please send entries to email@example.com including contact details and PNUM.
It is not necessary to be a Chess Scotland member.
The use of clocks shall be compulsory and the clock shall be provided by the home player. Each player shall have 2 hours 30 minutes to play all moves. In order to facilitate midweek arrangements this may be reduced by mutual agreement to not less than 1 hour 30 minutes each player to play all moves. Failing agreement 2 hours 30 minutes per player shall apply
Entry fees are £3.00 for CS members and £5.00 for non CS members.
Contact Ian Brownlee for any further details.
First round draw will be made on February 22nd.
Posted on: 26-06-2019