ECF National Secondary Schools Co-ordinator

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Peter D Williams
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Re: ECF National Secondary Schools Co-ordinator

Post by Peter D Williams » Fri May 03, 2013 3:05 pm

[quote="Paul Cooksey"

I was thinking of juniors with the potential to become 250 players. I think they do need something different if they are going to reach their potential, and it is something I think the ECF should consider a priority. I'm not saying it is more important than what Neill is doing to increase participation, but I think it needs to be part of the strategy.[/quote]

Most likely these chess juniors would need coaching from an active grandmaster and help towards accommodation costs of 7 or 9 round FIDE chess tournaments but this would cost to much and would adult members of the ECF want this?
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