2014-15 Club Championship

Update: this event has now closed. The winner in the Open section was John Feavyour. In the Minor section, too few games were played so we weren’t able to declare a winner.

We kicked off this event over the summer, but only a handful of games have been played so far. The event is split into an Open and a Minor section. All games should be played using Fischer timing as follows: 70 minutes each on the clock, with an additional 15 seconds added after each move.

Results should be emailed to the event organiser Colin Roberts (his email address is on the contact page), but please also include them as a comment below.

It is the players’ responsibility to organise games. If you’re available but not playing in a team fixture, why not see if any of the other competitors is in the same situation.

Fixtures for the Open Section

White Result Black
John Feavyour Steve Ruthen
Steve Ruthen Jon Collins
Jon Collins ½-½ John Feavyour
Bob Jones ½-½ Steve Ruthen
John Feavyour 1-0 Bob Jones
Steve Ruthen Steve Lovell
Bob Jones Jon Collins
Steve Lovell 0-1 John Feavyour
Colin Roberts Steve Ruthen
Jon Collins ½-½ Steve Lovell
John Feavyour Colin Roberts
Steve Ruthen Scott Taylor
Steve Lovell 1-0 Bob Jones
Colin Roberts Jon Collins
Scott Taylor (default) 0-1 John Feavyour
Bob Jones 1-0 Colin Roberts
Jon Collins 1-0 Scott Taylor
Colin Roberts Steve Lovell
Scott Taylor Bob Jones
Steve Lovell 1-0 Scott Taylor
Scott Taylor Colin Roberts

Fixtures for the Minor Section

White Result Black
Hugo Smith 0-1 Peter Massey
Peter Massey Dave Clark
Dave Clark Hugo Smith
Patrick Gembis Peter Massey
Hugo Smith Patrick Gembis
Peter Massey Fraser Fallows
Patrick Gembis Dave Clark
Fraser Fallows 0-1 Hugo Smith
David Wood Peter Massey
Dave Clark Fraser Fallows
Hugo Smith David Wood
Fraser Fallows Patrick Gembis
David Wood 0-1 Dave Clark
Patrick Gembis 1-0 David Wood
David Wood Fraser Fallows

Good luck everyone!

Steve Lovell

Steve is the Communications Officer for the Bury St Edmunds Chess Club. He is also the Internet Officer for the Bury Area Chess League and the Suffolk County Chess Association. Since 2015, Steve has been the organiser of the Bury St Edmunds Chess Congress. Outside of chess, if there is such a thing, Steve works in IT at Greene King.

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