Chess and the City 2009

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Mick Norris
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Chess and the City 2009

Post by Mick Norris » Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:05 pm

Sunday March 1 2009 – New East Manchester Rapidplay at the City of Manchester Stadium – Open, U160, U120 – over £800 prizes

Organised by Sport 4 Life in association with the Manchester Chess Federation

Entry form and details available soon
Any postings on here represent my personal views and should not be taken as representative of the Manchester Chess Federation www.manchesterchess.co.uk

Mick Norris
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Re: Chess and the City 2009

Post by Mick Norris » Mon Dec 15, 2008 4:14 pm

Tiered entry fees:

Before 31 December 2008 - £10
Before 31 January 2009 - £12:50
Before 28 February 2009 - £15
On the day - £20

Discount for juniors £5 (U16 on 1 March 2009)

Entries by post to Sport 4 Life, Unit G3 Barton Hall, Hardy Street, Peel Green, Eccles, M30 7NB
Cheques payable to Sport 4 Life Ltd

For entry form, email info@mysport4life.co.uk
Any postings on here represent my personal views and should not be taken as representative of the Manchester Chess Federation www.manchesterchess.co.uk

Mick Norris
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Joined: Tue Apr 17, 2007 10:12 am
Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester

Re: Chess and the City 2009

Post by Mick Norris » Tue Feb 10, 2009 11:53 am

Sunday 1 March 2009

Manchester Rapidplay, The City of Manchester Stadium. Open, U160, U120 – over £800 prizes. Organised by Sport 4 Life in association with the Manchester Chess Federation

Entry fees - Before 28 February 2009 - £15, On the day - £20, Discount for juniors £5 (U16 on 1 March 2009)

Please note that this is an opportunity to play chess in excellent surroundings in a premiership football stadium

There is an OPEN available for the first time in 2009 with a first prize of £150

Entry form here
http://www.manchesterchessfederation.co.uk/
Any postings on here represent my personal views and should not be taken as representative of the Manchester Chess Federation www.manchesterchess.co.uk

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