Glorney Cup Round 1

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LawrenceCooper
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Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by LawrenceCooper » Wed Jul 18, 2012 9:07 am

Live coverage of the two Glorney matches from 09:30 today: http://www.glorneycupchess.org/live.htm

Glorney Cup:

Wales England

1 Alex Bullen 2039 - Brandon Clarke
2 Davin Menon 2018 - Rufus Duff
3 James Thomas 1892 - Peter Lalic
4 Luke Kostanjsek 1958 - Daniel Hunt
5 Philippe Rodgers 1982 - James Bowler
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Scotland Ireland

1 Andrew McClement - Conor O'Donnell
2 Hamish Olson - Hugh Doyle
3 Ian McDonald - Oissine Murchadha
4 David P Gillespie - John Cormican
5 Daniel Thomas - Keegan O'Mahony

Gilbert Cup:

Wales England

1 Megan Owens 1918 - Chantelle Foster
2 Alyssa Wang 1675 - Jennifer Ehr
3 Eva Los 1432 - Cosima Keen
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Scotland Ireland

1 Ali Roy - Sarah J Hearne
2 Alice Lampard - Ruth Cormican
3 Anna Milton - Diana Mirza

Robinson Cup:

Wales England

1 Nicholas Evans 1810 - Romaw Mitra
2 Ben Thomas - Jonathan Pein
3 Rhys Bennett 1823 - Niall Garner
4 Owen Bennett 1486 - Simon Leung
5 Owain Davies 1639 - Sam Herring
6 Mataesz Sicdaszewski 1402 - Hajawe Anburkumar
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Scotland Ireland

1 Lennart Koehn - Eoin Minnock
2 Andrew McCusker - Geoffrey Keating
3 Alexander Bond - Rory Ellard
4 Jamie Underwood - Catherine Hearne
5 Stuart Wynne - Scott Mulligan
6 Fergus Skillen - Peter Cooke

Wales England

1 Nyasha Katsande 1594 - Theo Slade
2 Stephanie Du Toit 1543 - Gautam Jain
3 Imogen Camp 1410 - Matthew McLachlan
4 James Evans 1351 - Ashwin Kalyana
5 Jamie Bell-Thomas 1258 - Callum Brewer
6 David Kett 948 - Taylor Pearson
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Scotland Ireland

1 Murad Abdula - Padraig Hughes
2 Kai Pannwitz - Tom McGrath
3 Declan Shafi - Michael Higgins
4 Colin Howie - Jeffery Alfred
5 Liam Richard - Ross Beathy
6 Euan Gray - Fiachra Scallon

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:06 am

Cracking venue. First time at the event. Looking good.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Mike Truran » Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:58 am

Cracking venue.
......as arranged by the 4NCL. Apologies for the modest advertising plug. :oops:

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:17 am

Ha.

Would be nice to see the live boards from the Girls' Under 18s.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by LawrenceCooper » Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:52 am

Andrew Camp wrote:Ha.

Would be nice to see the live boards from the Girls' Under 18s.
Feel free to keep us updated with results from the other three events :)

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:33 pm

Stokes Cup Round 1

England 4-2 Wales

Boards 1-4 ended in draws with England winning Boards 5 and 6.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Peter Turner » Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:42 pm

Thanks Andrew, nice to be getting some information.

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by ThomasThorpe » Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:46 pm

Cheers Andrew. I'm surprised they're not updating the website as results come in, but there are live boards for the Glorney, so we mustn't complain!

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:55 pm

Wales U14s lead England 4.5 - 0.5 at the moment. :) :) :)
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:07 pm

In the Glorney, Peter Lalic and James Thomas just drew.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:07 pm

Philllipes Rodgers has beaten James Bowler.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:13 pm

Rufus Duff beats Davin Menon.

Wales 1.5 England 1.5

2 games still in play.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by ThomasThorpe » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:27 pm

Such a shame Luke blundered that piece near the end; he'd done so well to recover from that lost position. Live feed has frozen on Bullen's game, but I think he sacced his knight for a pawn into what should be a drawn ending, but I don't know the outcome of that!

What is the time control?

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by LawrenceCooper » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:30 pm

Andrew Camp wrote:Rufus Duff beats Davin Menon.

Wales 1.5 England 1.5

3 games still in play.
It looks like the Welsh blunder on board 4 on move 41 may have decided the match in England's favour. Narrow 3-2 victories for England and Scotland in the live matches.

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by LawrenceCooper » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:37 pm

ThomasThorpe wrote:Such a shame Luke blundered that piece near the end; he'd done so well to recover from that lost position. Live feed has frozen on Bullen's game, but I think he sacced his knight for a pawn into what should be a drawn ending, but I don't know the outcome of that!

What is the time control?
All moves in two hours. The Glorney & Gilbert will be FIDE rated.

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