ECF National Schools Girls Finals

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Andrew Martin
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ECF National Schools Girls Finals

Post by Andrew Martin » Sun Apr 08, 2018 7:15 pm

Played this weekend

Final results :


U11

1st North London Collegiate A. 16.5

2nd Guildford High School A 15

3rd NLC B 12.5

4th Castleview 11

5th RGS Newcastle 10

6th NLC C 8

7th GHS B 7

8th Tormead 4



U19

1st Fernwood 16.5

2nd St Paul’s GS 16 on tie break

3rd Howell’s School 16

4th. NLC A 14

5th Lady Eleanor Holles 10.5

6th NLC B 7.5

7th Bromley High 3.5

8th St Catherine’s Bramley 0



Thanks to St Catherine’s , generous sponsors, arbiters Traci Whitfield and Helen Archer-Lock and to all the players and accompanying parents and teachers for making this a memorable weekend.

John Swain
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Re: ECF National Schools Girls Finals

Post by John Swain » Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:10 pm

There is an interesting report about the Fernwood girls' triumph on the website of West Nottingham Chess Club:
http://westnottinghamchess.org/club-new ... girls.html

Many congratulations to the team and their manager/coach John Crawley!

LawrenceCooper
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Re: ECF National Schools Girls Finals

Post by LawrenceCooper » Thu Apr 19, 2018 10:40 am

John Swain wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:10 pm
There is an interesting report about the Fernwood girls' triumph on the website of West Nottingham Chess Club:
http://westnottinghamchess.org/club-new ... girls.html

Many congratulations to the team and their manager/coach John Crawley!
I was very impressed with Lavanya at last year's Glorney/Gilbert Cup. She was able to give a concise reason as to why she had made all of her moves. Even when she hadn't found the best move she had a logical reason why she chose one move over another.

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