Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

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)

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 admindirector@chessscotland.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.

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Posted on: 26-06-2019
Categories: News