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08.9.20 - The Premier League commences Saturday 12th September. So there's still time to enter your team at https://fantasy.premierleague.com/. Could you do better than Magnus Carlsen who was 10th overall last year? "Premier Chess" welcomes prospective managers - join code this year is 9as9zf.


4NCL Online Fair Play Guidelines

These are the current guideline and rules for fair play in 4NCL Online including a summary of anti-cheating arrangements. The rules are being reviewed on an ongoing basis and will be updated as appropriate based on experience from 4NCL Online and other events ... see full guidelines.

 

Note: The above are the proposed fair play guidelines for 4NCL Online & Junior 4NCL Online for Season 2.


     
  Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Cancelled: Easter Congress (9-13 Apr), Women's League (25-26 Apr), 3rd Spring BHol Congress (22-25 May) & Crewe Congress (10-12 July).

 

Cancelled: Weekend 4 (28-29 Mar & 4-5 Apr) and Weekend 5 (8-10 May). More here.

 

Entry forms for the three cancelled congresses and the cancelled Women's League have been withdrawn, and these events will not be taking place as planned given the current pandemic.

 
     

 


Call to Arms

The 4NCL requires extra assistance to help us to administer an expanded portfolio of online events during the 2020-21. If you are an arbiter, click here to fill in the application form.


2nd 4NCL Online Congress  

 

 

Thank you for participating in this event!

 

Friday 21 - Sunday 23 August, 2020

 

Pairings & Results: Open | U2000 | U1700 | Entries | Information | Games | Winners

1st 4NCL Online Congress

 

 

Thank you for participating in this event!

 

Friday 10 - Sunday 12 July, 2020

 

Pairings & Results: Open | U2000 | U1700 | Entries | Information | Games | Winners


COVID-19 and the 4NCL

We have with great regret decided not to proceed with weekends 4 and 5 of this season's 4NCL, which we had hoped could be held in August and September. Given the continuing uncertainty caused by the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic, in our view the financial and operational risks both to the 4NCL and to Guaranteed Events are just too big to run the risk of proceeding at this stage.

 

We will be actively looking at two options for the future:

  1. If over the board chess resumes in an orderly manner and in a way which makes running 4NCL weekends viable by late 2020 we will consider starting the 2020-21 season in November/December 2020 and continuing as normal in 2021. In this event the 2019-20 season would effectively be abandoned (so there would be no promotions or relegations).

  2. If over the board chess does not resume in an orderly manner and in a way which makes running 4NCL weekends viable until 2021 we will consider holding the final two weekends of the 2019-20 season in March-May 2021, effectively 'losing' a season - assuming, that is, that a return to orderly over the board chess is possible even then. Please note that FIDE has given the option for leagues to extend beyond a year, and so any title norm opportunities would still be available in the event of option 2.

If there is a suitable gap in the calendar under option 2, we may look at holding a separate one-off weekend team event at some point.

 

We apologise for the continuing lack of clarity over future plans (other than the clarity that the 4NCL will not now resume until November/December 2020 at the earliest), but the 4NCL Board hopes that 4NCL captains and players will understand the difficulties that we face at present in making anything like informed decisions that do not entail significant risk at a time of such uncertainty.

 

Kind regards,

Mike Truran


Fair Play Article

08.7.2020 - Alex Holowczak has written about Fair Play issues in online chess, with particular emphasis on the experience of the 4NCL over the course of its first 4NCL Online season.

 

The 4NCL is thankful to CHESS magazine, where this article will also be published in its August 2020 edition. You can subscribe to it here.

 

 

Online End of Season 1 Winners

Very many thanks to all the teams who participated in the first season of 4NCL Online and Junior 4NCL Online, and congratulations in particular to the following;

 

4NCL Online

Division 1:

Winners - Chessable White Rose 1, runners-up Guildford Young Guns.

Division 2:

Winners - ChessPlus Beta, runners-up Wood Green Youth, also promoted Chessable White Rose 2, St Benildus A, Wessex Some Stars A, Liverpool, Bristol University A, Exeter Honey Badgers.

Division 3:

Winners - Brentwood, runners-up Warwick University B, also promoted West is Best 2, 3 Smarties 1 Tube, Hull Romans, Harrow 2, The Rook1Es, CSC 3.

Division 4:

Winners - Celtic Tigers Cubs, runners-up Chessmates, also promoted Bon Accord B, Kent KJCA Kestrels C, St Benildus B, Hatch End A, Warwickshire Bears A, Clevedon.

Division 5:

Promoted - Hertford, CSC 5, Wirral League Wanderers, St Albans 2, Uxbridge Knights 1, Gonzaga D, Maryport Assassins B, Bolton & Worsley.

 

Junior 4NCL Online

Division 1:

Winners - To Be Decided, runners-up KJCA Young Kestrels A.

Division 2:

Winners - Warwickshire Bears A, runners-up Gonzaga College SJ B, also promoted A6 & Chill, Cambridge Chess & Go A.

Division 3:

Winners - KJCA Young Kestrels C, runners-up 4 Gems, also promoted Stroud Cubs, St John’s College A.

Division 4:

Winners - KJCA Young Kestrels D, runners-up St Benildus 2, also promoted Woking Warriors, Harrow Juniors C.

Division 5:

Promoted - East Kilbride Knights, Liverpool 2, St Benildus 1, Gonzaga College SJ C.

 

Ranking lists for all divisions in PDF format

1. 4NCL Online

2. Junior 4NCL Online


End of Online Season 1 Report

 

05.7.2020 - Many thanks to John Foley for his detailed account, with annotated games, about the various ChessPlus teams.


Questionnaire Responses

08.7.2020 - The 4NCL is pleased to publish the questionnaire responses received for the 4NCL Online and Junior 4NCL Online. Click these links for the relevant document: 4NCL Online | Junior 4NCL Online


Magnus Carlsen prepares for meeting with prodigy Alireza Firouzja - Leonard Barden

 

 
   

10.4.20 - Magnus Carlsen, the world champion, has helped spark an immediate and impressively rapid growth in online chess with his announcement of a $250,000 elite tournament which starts on Saturday 18 April with Carlsen himself as the No 1 seed.

 

Before that, there is the fascinating prospect of a dream final in chess24’s Banter Blitz Cup where players commentate on their moves verbally while the game is in progress and may also trash-talk their opponent ... more.

 

Britain’s national league, the 4NCL, was quickly into action as an online 4NCL attracted 172 four-player teams, far above expectations.

 

 

   

The opening weekly round (of 10) was played on Tuesday on Lichess.org, the user-friendly free site where you are paired with an opponent within a few seconds and which is recommended for newcomers to internet chess.

 

 

One unusual aspect of the online 4NCL is that Guildford, who have dominated the over-the-board version for the best part of a decade, are absent. In place of their elite GM squad there is a team of rising talents, Guildford Young Guns. There is also Guildford Gatekeepers, a quartet of low-rated amateurs.

 

Sanan Sjugirov v Magnus Carlsen, Banter Blitz semi-final 2020. White’s last move d3-d4 was a fatal blunder. Can you match the world champion and find the forced win for Black (to move)?

 

Read more and see solution

 



Fide drops handshakes after coronavirus cancels five Opens - Leonard Barden

 

 
   

07.3.20 - Coronavirus is starting to affect major chess events. Five international Opens have already been cancelled or postponed while Fide, the global chess body, has issued detailed medical advice for the over-50 and over-65 World Senior Teams which have just begun in Prague.

 

 

   

Britain’s 4NCL (Four Nations Chess League) played its latest matches last weekend at Daventry, where Guildford stretched their unbeaten sequence to 85 matches and eight years. Guildford’s world team silver medallist Gawain Jones brought off a quick finish as he exploited White’s army crammed in a corner.

 

 

Guildford’s rivals Manx Liberty have also won all six matches, but the most impressive performance so far has been by Grantham, whose team has no grandmasters and just a few IMs. They have lost only to Manx and are sure to qualify among the eight teams in the championship pool, while it was a Grantham player who brought off the most visual finish of the weekend in the puzzle diagram.

 

Katarzyna Toma v Rajat Makkar, Wood Green v Grantham, 4NCL 2020. How did Black (to play) win quickly and cleverly?

 

Read more and see solution


Junior 4NCL Weekend 3/3

The final 19-20 weekend took place Sat 15 & Sun 16 February at Mercure Daventry Court Hotel and Spa.

 

Click for links to the pairings, results and tables. This was the 3rd & final weekend of the J4NCL season.

 

Entry guidelines 19-20 | Competition Rules 19-20 | Teams 19-20


Main 4NCL 2019-20

a) 2019-20 Rules | view or download the new rules & tracked version

 

Main Changes (from 2018-19)

 

Rule 1.3:   Date of birth for eligibility as a junior updated.
Rule 3.1:  

There are now financial penalties for late submission of team registration lists (submission deadline 11 October).

Rule 9.4:  

Changes to team lists can still be made without penalty until midnight of the day before the fixture, but they should be made online or by email (in other words, do not rely on arbiters staying up late).

Rules 11.9 & 11.10:  

Amended to discourage the practice of teams in Swiss divisions attending for only part of a weekend.

Rule 12.1:  

Starting time on the middle day of a three-day weekend will be 12 noon and not 13.00.

Rule 13.3:  

Corrects last season’s rules’ rather odd failure to mention explicitly that four teams will be relegated from Division 3 South.

     

b) Runners & Riders: The final list is here. Thank you to all concerned for the information.

c) Entry Guidelines: These are published with fees due and important dates.

d) Venues and dates: These are now arranged and agreed for the forthcoming season.


Guildford extend unbeaten run to 83 matches over nearly 8 years - Leonard Barden

 

 

14.2.20 - The Surrey club’s two wins in the 4NCL mean they are unbeaten since 5 May 2012 while a victory for Michael Adams, 48, makes him the world’s second oldest 2700-rated player

 

 
   

Guildford’s stranglehold on Britain’s Four Nations Chess League (4NCL) is set to continue for an eighth consecutive season as the Surrey club steamrollered two more opponents at Daventry last weekend, while their sponsored rivals from Yorkshire and the Isle of of Man lost ground on the leaders.

 

Guildford last lost a match, 3½-4½ to White Rose, on 5 May 2012, since when the team’s unbeaten run stretches to 81 wins and two draws.

 

Read more ...


Weekend 1 Guidelines

25.9.19 - The guidelines are intended to advise team captains on the interpretation of Rule 8 which will be applied to the first weekend of the 2019-20 season. Please read more here - Dave Thomas, Chief Arbiter.


Sad News - Jane Kremer

20.2.20 - I am sad to tell you that my partner Jane Kremer, whom many of you will remember assisting with the admin at the 4NCL for many years, died in the early morning of Wednesday 5th February.

 

Her funeral will take place at Rowley Regis Crematorium, B65 0AD at 3.15pm on Monday 2nd March. No flowers, bright clothes please  - Dave Thomas, 4NCL Chief Arbiter.


Weekend 3 - Divs 1 & 2 [Daventry], Divs 3s & 4s [Maidenhead/Windsor], Div 3n [Bolton]

 

Results, Sat 8 February, 14.00

     

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

 

Division 3B

 

Results Sun 9 February, 11.00

     

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

 

Division 3B

 

 

 

     

All Tables

PGNs & Replays

     

Note: The rate of play for all divisions was 40 moves in 1 hour 40 minutes plus 30 seconds per move, followed by the rest of the game in 50 minutes plus 30 seconds per move | See Rules Governing Play

 

The 4NCL Anti-Cheating Policy applied to this event.


Dominant Guildford face new British chess league challengers - Leonard Barden

 
   

13.1.20 - Britain’s 4NCL (Four Nations Chess League) has been monopolised by a single team for almost a decade now.

 

Guildford last lost a match in 2012, since when the Surrey players have won 79 encounters and drawn just two. They often score at least 7-1 over eight boards, and even single game defeats are rare.

 

They had just one game loss in the entire 2018-19 season, and in last weekend’s matches, which launched the 2019-20 fixtures, Guildford crushed Cambridge University by 8-0, then Barbican, the City of London team, by 7-1.

 

Read more ...


World chess champion’s firm gets on board to help Yorkshire team target title

10.1.20 - The north's strongest chess team start their campaign for glory in the game’s equivalent of the Premier League this weekend after catching the eye of world champion Magnus Carlsen.

 

 

Yorkshire-based White Rose has received backing from one of the Norwegian star’s companies and is now expecting a sudden influx of world-class grandmasters for the new season.

 

Read more ...


Weekend 2 - Divs 1 & 2 [Daventry], Divs 3s & 4s [Maidenhead/Windsor], Div 3n [Bolton]

 

Results Round 3 Sat 11 January

     

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

 

Division 3B

 

Results Round 4 Sun 12 January

     

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

 

Division 3B

 

 

 

     

All Tables

PGNs & Replays

     

Note: The rate of play for all divisions was 40 moves in 1 hour 40 minutes plus 30 seconds per move, followed by the rest of the game in 50 minutes plus 30 seconds per move | See Rules Governing Play

 

The 4NCL Anti-Cheating Policy applied to this event.


Hull International Congress Report

12.11.19 - GM Danny Gormally has published a detailed annotated report of two of his games, played in rounds 1 and 2 of the FIDE Open.


Pairings 2019-20 

Pairings for the first stage all-play-all pools and for the first weekend of division three North, and the first round of division four are published. The pairings for round two of division four will be published once round 1 is complete - with thanks to Dave Thomas, Chief Arbiter.

 

Tables: all the tables are now available on a single page here.


South Normanton, 23rd Congress Game Report

08.10.19 - GM Keith Arkell provides a detailed annotated report of his game from rd2 of the FIDE Open.


23rd 4NCL Congress

Friday 4 - Sunday 6 October 2019, Holiday Inn South Normanton, Derbyshire.

 

3 sections; Open, U2000, U135. Results: Open | U2000 | U135 | Games | Prizewinners | Entries | Info


Junior 4NCL, Weekend 1

04.10.19 - The first 2019-20 weekend took place Sat 5 & Sun 6 October at Basingstoke Country Hotel. Click for links to the pairings, results and tables.

 

Also available: Information & entry | Competition rules | List of teams | Dates 19-20


Hull 4NCL International Congress - & incorporated a 10-player GM Norm Event

 

Friday 1 - Sunday 3 Nov 2019 at the Royal Hotel Hull.

 

Three sections; FIDE Open, Major (U2000) and Minor (U135) | More Here

 

Congress: Open | Major | Minor | Prizewinners | Entrants | Replay

 

GM Norm Event: Pairings & Results | Chess Results.com | Replay | PGN

 

GM Event Final Crosstable

 

Rk.  

Name

Rtg 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pts.   
1 GM

Plat, Vojtech 

2573   0 1 ½ ½ 1 1 1 ½ 1 6½  
2 GM

Turner, Matthew J 

2519 1   ½ ½ ½ 1 ½ ½ 0 1 5½  
3 IM

Greet, Andrew N 

2414 0 ½   ½ 0 1 ½ ½ 1 1 5  
4 GM

Gonda, Laszlo 

2541 ½ ½ ½   ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 4½  
  FM

Harvey, Marcus R *

2405 ½ ½ 1 ½   0 ½ ½ 0 1 4½  
6 IM

Eggleston, David J 

2394 0 0 0 ½ 1   ½ 1 1 ½ 4½  
  IM

Haria, Ravi 

2463 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½   ½ ½ 1 4½  
8 IM

Roberson, Peter T 

2437 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ 0 ½   1 ½ 4  
9 IM

Merry, Alan B 

2426 ½ 1 0 ½ 1 0 ½ 0   0 3½  
10 IM

Palliser, Richard J D 

2413 0 0 0 ½ 0 ½ 0 ½ 1   2½  
                             

* FM Marcus Harvey obtained IM norm.

 

We're indebted to the John Robinson Youth Chess Trust for their financial support on the junior side, and to Hull & District Chess Association, Hull Culture & Leisure, Friends of Chess and the ECF for their financial support for the GM norm tournament.

             
     

Women's League - 1st Weekend

 

This took place Sat 12 - Sun 13 Oct 2019, Holiday Inn Kenilworth-Warwick, Kenilworth.

Results Round 1

Results Round 2

Results Round 4

Results Round 4

Table | Replay Games/PGNs | Photos

David Welch (1945-2019)

 

 
 
   

David's funeral took place at Landican Crematorium, on Friday 6th December.

 

Afterwards there was a wake and substantial buffet at the Grove House Hotel, Grove Road, Wallasey, CH44 4BT.

 

Many thanks to all attendees and to the kind messages. The chapel was packed with standing room only. A fitting tribute to a man who gave so much to UK chess and to the World of chess.

     

Obituaries: CAA website | FIDE Website | Alex McFarlane, Peter Purland & John Saunders


Weekend 1 - Divisions 3s & 4s [Maidenhead/Windsor], Division 3n [Doncaster]

 

Rnd 1 Saturday 9 November: 14.00

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

 

Division 3B

 

Rnd 2 Sunday 10 November: 11.00

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

 

Division 3B

 

All Tables 2019-20

 PGN & Replays

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos from Division 3n by Jeannette Halsall


David Welch RIP

 
   
       

09.11.19 - It is with great sadness to report that FIDE Arbiter and Trainer David Welch passed away peacefully this morning. David's contribution to British and World chess is immeasurable. He will be sorely missed.

 

Funeral arrangements will be published as soon as they are determined.

 

Obituary on the Chess Arbiters Association Site.


Fantasy Football

02.8.19 - "These managers all know their onions and cut their cloth accordingly" - Mark Lawrenson. Yes, you too have the opportunity to mix your metaphors with the best of them by joining this year's Premier Chess Fantasy Football League - the biggest and best fantasy League for chess players!

 

 

 

The joining code for new players in 2019-20 is jgvncj. Regulars will be admitted automatically. Sole rule is no pseudonyms for managers please - real names only! - Neil Graham.


Telford, 22nd Congress Game Report

25.7.19 - GM Keith Arkell has provided a detailed annotated report of his game from rd4 of the FIDE Open.


End of Season Reports

11.5.19 - Many thanks to Jonathan Rogers for his extensive and excellent end of season 1c report and an additional report about 1d, 2018-19.


Winners & Losers 2018-19

Update: 27.5.19 - All the teams relegated from division two have now confirmed their intentions for next season, so we are in a position to publish the final list of promoted and relegated teams - Dave Thomas.

 

Division One:

1st: Guildford 1

2nd: Chess.com Manx Liberty 1

3rd: Cheddleton 1

Relegated from Division 1: Oxford 1, West is Best 1, North East England, Alba.

 

Division Two:

1st: Barbican 4NCL 2

2nd: Cambridge University 1

3rd: Spirit of Atticus A

Promoted from Division 2: Barbican 4NCL 2, Cambridge University 1, Spirit of Atticus A, Gonzaga.

Relegated from Division 2 to Division Three North: Manchester Manticores 1, Bradford DCA Knights A.

Relegated from Division Two to Division Three South: Wessex A, West is Best 2.

 

Division Three North:

1st: White Rose 2

2nd: Manchester Manticores 2

3rd: 3C's 2

Promoted from Division Three North: White Rose 2, Manchester Manticores 2.

 

Division Three South:

1st: Kings Head

2nd: Check Innmates 1

3rd: Fermented Sharks

Promoted from Division Three South: Kings Head, Check Innmates 1.

Relegated from Division Three South: CSC 2, Iceni 2, Leeds University Old Boys, Sussex Martlets 2.

 

Division Four:

1st: Crowthorne 1

2nd: Ashfield 1

3rd: Oxford 3

Promoted from Division Four: Crowthorne 1, Ashfield 1, Oxford 3 , Wessex B

 

Individual Honours:

GM norm: Matthew Wadsworth (Guildford)

IM norms: Adam C Taylor (Wood Green) and Ritvars Reimanis (Celtic Tigers).


Guildford 1 wins 4NCL by André Schulz

16.5.19 - Last week saw the finale of the 2018/19 season of the 4NCL in Great Britain. Guildford 1 was dominant and won all bouts during the season. Second was the new team from the Isle of Man: chess.com Manx Liberty, a team that two years ago left the German Bundesliga ("Buexit"?). | Photos: 4NCL

 

The 4NCL has been around for 20 years and the term "Four Nations" refers to the four countries of the United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland plus Ireland. Recently, however, there's a new team that plays under the flag of the Isle of Man. Unlike most other teams that are very British, "chess.com Manx Liberty" is largely international. Read more ...


Guildford extend unbeaten run to record 79 matches - Leonard Barden

10 May 2019

 

The Surrey club kept their monopoly on the 4NCL title by defeating an ambitious challenge from the Isle of Man.

 

There were no surprises at the 4NCL, then. Guildford maintained their stranglehold on the Four Nations Chess League by winning all 11 matches in the current season and taking their record unbeaten run to 77 wins and two draws spread over more than six years.

 

The Surrey club win many matches by 7-1 or more and even single defeats are rare. This season its players lost one game out of 88, when the former British champion Jonathan Hawkins scored for Cheddleton against Laurent Fressinet.

 

Guildford’s backbone is a mix of English and French Olympiad grandmasters whose long experience gives them an edge in team strategy, as was demonstrated in last weekend’s final round.

 

Read more ...


Spring Bank Holiday 4NCL Congress

 

Friday 24 - Monday 27 May 2019, Basingstoke Country Hotel, Basingstoke.

 

There were 4 sections; FIDE Open, U2050, U1825 and U120.

 

Results: Open | U2050 | U1825 | U120 | Games | Prizewinners | Entries | More here

 

Winners - Open: 1st GM Mark Hebden 6/7, 2nd IM Alan Merry 5½. U2050 FIDE: Chris Fegan & Bela Botlik 6/7; U1825 FIDE: Russell Robert Goodfellow 6½/7, 2nd= Kevin Winter, Peter J Horlock 5½; U120 ECF: Tomy Joseph, Steven M Ashworth & Aneesh Sagar 5½. All scores here. A full list of prizewinners is here.



4NCL Anti-Cheating Regulations

FIDE's Anti-Cheating Commission have set out regulations that will shortly come into force.

 

In anticipation of this, the 4NCL have been required to slightly amend its procedures and hope that these changes can be introduced with a minimum of inconvenience to all involved with the League. Consequently, the following regulations shall be in force during the 4NCL.


Stevenage Congress Report

25.4.19 - GM Danny Gormally has published a detailed annotated report with video, of two fascinating games, played in rounds 4 and 5 of the FIDE Open.


Celtic Tigers Newletters

08.3.19 - All their newsletters can be viewed here - with particular thanks to Chris Skulte.


4NCL Privacy Notice

17.11.18 - For players, team managers and officials. We are committed to respecting your privacy. We explain the use of personal information collected before, during and after [your membership] with us. The privacy notice also explains how we comply with the law | Full privacy notice


Main Rules

22.7.18 - Available here together with a copy of the tracked changes. There are several amends from last season and Captains and Managers are asked to make themselves and their team colleagues familiar with them as soon as possible - particular thanks to Dave Thomas, the Arbiter team and Mike Truran.



Weekend 4 - Divisions 3S & 4S Daventry

 

Pairings, Rd7, Sat 13 April, 14.00

Division 3a

Division 3b

Division 4s

 

Pairings, Rd8, Sun 14 April, 11.00

Division 3c

Division 3d

Division 4s

 

 

 

Tables

Division 3sa

Division 3sb

Division 3sc

Division 3sd

Division 4s

 

All Tables after Weekend 4

 

Hotel website | NN11 0SG


Junior 4NCL, Weekend 3

04.3.19 - The final 18-19 weekend took place Sat 2 & Sun 3 March at Mercure Daventry Court. Click for links to the pairings, results and tables.

 

Also available:

Information & entry | Competition rules | Tie-break regulations | Online entry | List of teams | Dates 18-19

 

Note: This was the 3rd & final weekend of the J4NCL season.


Weekend 3 - Divs 1 & 2 Telford, Divs 3S & 4S Daventry, Div 3N Bolton

 

Results, Round 5, Sat 9 Feb

     

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

Division 3B

Results, Round 6, Sun 10 Feb

     

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

Division 3B

 

 

     

Tables

 

   

All crosstables after Weekend 3


Arbiter Application

28.12.18 - The 4NCL is seeking arbiters to work at the Easter 2019 FIDE Rated Congress 19-22 April in support of the Chief Arbiter. The Congress will provide an opportunity to achieve arbiter norms or give established arbiters an opportunity to increase their current portfolio of events.

 

Further details here. Please note applications closed on Monday 4 February 2019.


Registrations 18-19

Nov 2018 - The new registrations are here with bookmarked links to squads or teams - with thanks to Dave Thomas, Chief Arbiter.


Weekend 1 - Divisions 3s & 4s - Mercure Daventry Court

 

Rnd 1 Saturday 17 November: 14.00

 

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 3B

Rnd 2 Sunday 18 November: 11.00

 

Division 3A

Division 4S

Division 3B

Crosstables

 

All crosstables after Weekend 1

 

     

You might need to refresh your display to view updated results (press F5).


Weekend 1 - Divisions 1 & 2 - Staverton Estate & Division 3n - Mercure Bolton

 

Rnd 1 Saturday 10 November: 14.00

   

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

Rnd 2 Sunday 11 November: 11.00

   

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

Tables after Weekend 1

   

Division 1 Pool A

Division 2 Pool A

Division 3N

 

Division 1 Pool B

Division 2 Pool B

   

 

     

Refresh your display to view updated results (press F5).


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