The minor team had to come from behind to narrowly beat Nottinghamshire by a score of 8½-7½. This makes it 3 wins out of 3 with 1 game left to play. The win also ensures qualification for the national stages. Full Results
The Midland Open Rapid & Blitz will be held on 17-18 February at Holiday Inn Birmingham Walsall, 20 Wolverhampton Road, Walsall, WS2 0BS. There will be four 9-round Rapid sections and a 9-round Blitz tournament. The prize fund for the tournament is £2,680.
For full details, including the online entry form and a downloadable entry form, please visit the MCCU website.
The U120 team narrowly beat Worcestershire by a score of 6½-5½. They are currently equal second with 4 matches left to play. Full Results
The U140 team had another close match, this time against Derbyshire and once again they were on the losing side of an 8½-7½ score line. Full Results
The minor team had a convincing victory against Worcestershire by a score of 11½-4½. They are currently top of the table with 2 wins out of 2. Full Results
Lincolnshire recently played a challenge match in Hull against a team representing East Yorkshire / Hull & District. They won the match 7-6. Full Results
The U140 team narrowly lost to Worcestershire by a score of 8½-7½. The team will hope to pick up points in their other 2 matches if they want to progress to the knockout stages. Full Results
The minor team beat Leicestershire by a score of 9.5-6.5 in their opening match of the season. Full Results
The George Renison Memorial Jamboree with take place at Age UK in Scunthorpe on Saturday 7th October. The jamboree is for teams of four players. Four rounds will be played and the winner will be awarded the George Renison Shield. Entries must be received by Saturday 23rd September. A poster is available to download with further details.
The Lincolnshire Chess Association AGM will take place at Church House in Louth on Sunday 10th September at 3pm. This will be preceded by the Lincolnshire League fixture meeting at 1.30pm. Here are some supporting documents for the meeting:
The proposed changes to the Lincs League rules are in regard to the postponement of fixtures. Please contact John Grasham if there is anything you would like to add to the agenda.
The 2017 County Champion is Chris Dorrington (Grantham) with a score of 4½/5. This the 4th time he has won the title. Full Results
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