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Royal Beacon Seniors Chess Congress – 2016 – Latest Entries.

Beacon Seniors Congress 2016
Entry form below
Royal Beacon Hotel, Exmouth 31.10. – 04.11.
Red = New since last posting
Entries as at 01.10.2016
198 Johnson Jim Dartford
187 Zavanelli Max Vilnius
185 Norman Ken Wokingham
184 Myall Ivan Chelmsford
182 Hall Richard V. M. Gt. Lytton
179 Everson Robert Dartford
170 Morgan Jamie W. Penwith
170 Mashayekh Majid Maidenhead
168 Adaway William Dorchester
162 Ingham Bill Teignmouth
159 Gosling Brian E. Budleigh
156 Summers Adrian Peterborough
151 Annetts Ivor Tiverton
146 Page Martin Insurance
140 Dean Alan Exmouth
140 Sherriff Alan Dartford
135 Wood Peter Hastings
130 Norman Dinah Wokingham
130 Jackson Paul Bournemouth
129 Hunt Ray Seaton
127 Belt Malcolm Exmouth
127 Harris William Sidmouth
123 Hurn Robert Caerphilly
123 Jones Bob Exmouth
122 Errington Paul Bournemouth
121 Stonebridge Alan Wellington
118 Spooner Keith Purbeck
109 Lucas Peter Eastbourne
107 Waters Roger Taunton
101 Burt David Bournemouth
97 Welch Hazel Seaton
86 Cox Reg Southampton
“Juniors Section” (50-64 yrs)
190 Bolt Graham Exeter
181 Heppell Ian Wimbledon
172 Hurst Kevin E. Budleigh
160 Dean Steve Seaton
154 Sellwood Colin Camborne
133 Blencowe Ian Gloucester
124 Fotheringham Gregor Tiverton
110 Newcombe Barbara Exmouth

Downloadable entry form available at chessdevon.org

66th Paignton Congress – 2016 – Full Prizelist & Photos.

The Paignton Congress has always been held on the first week of September, after the kids have gone back to school and by allowing the magnificent Oldway Mansion to host a chess congress free of charge, originally, the local Council could feel they were stretching the holiday season a bit. As the years went by budgets tightened and local councils everywhere found themselves unable to offer such largesse and hire charges were introduced.

Eventually, the cash-strapped Torbay Council felt obliged to give up Oldway and its surroundings, the Fernham Estate and eight years ago sold it to a developer, who promised wonderful things including that the Congress would/might be able to return to Oldway after it had been converted into a de luxe hotel. Yet nothing happened. For six years the place was effectively mothballed and the puzzlement of chessplayers and local citizens gradually grew to anger as the building continued to decay.

Behind the scenes, the developer realised that the gardens surrounding Oldway were Grade 1 listed, even higher than the Mansion itself, and his Plan A, to move in the bulldozers and build houses, the proceeds of which would pay for the hotel, proved unworkable. The developer and the Council locked horns, suing each other in court, until just before this year’s Congress when the news broke that the developer had dropped the case and handed the estate back to the Council, “for the good of the building”.

There was some talk among players that this might mean a possible return to Oldway, or whether they preferred the Livermead anyway, with all that it had to offer; on the seafront with splendid views over Torbay, in-house accommodation, easier parking, an outdoor swimming pool, quiet carpeted playing room, next to the station etc. So who needs Oldway? That story is on-going.

Meanwhile, local resident, GM Keith Arkell, was odds-on to win the Premier, as he was 316 ratings points above his nearest rivals, Stephen Peters and Stewart Ashley. Even so, the others still had £650 prize-money to play for. Keith’s record over the years at Paignton is impressive;   22  1st or 1st=s  and 2 second places in 24 years.  Yet another 7/7 result, to add to his fine nationwide run seemed a near certainty.

Except that not everything went his way. Colin Rose, the hotel’s maintenance man, regularly passed through the analysis room and book stall, carrying a pot of paint and a brush on his way to a job he was doing out the back. He freely admitted he knew nothing about chess – “couldn’t even set the board up, mate”, but still enjoyed a bit of good-natured banter on his way past each time. Before the start of Rd. 4 he chirped up “How’s the big guy doing, then?” (i.e. Keith). “Pretty well”, I replied, “He’s a locked on certainty to win”  “Not today, I don’t think. I’ve got him down for a draw – or maybe even a loss. That’s my prediction anyway” he quipped and on he went.

Sure enough, Keith was down to play Stephen Peters, for whom this was his first return to tournament chess after a lengthy absence. Game drawn. “I was never in it at any point” said Keith afterwards. “Never had any advantage”. Little did he know how the odds of a win were stacked against him from the outset. After that it was plain sailing, but he still had to settle for 6½/7.

Not all attention was focussed on the GM, of course, as prize money totalling £3,600 was spread among 42 players.

The full prizelist was as follows:

66th Paignton Congress 2016
4th – 10th September    Livermead House Hotel,   Torquay
Prize List
Premier /7 £
1st Keith Arkell 2452 Paignton 400
2nd Ashley Stewart 2068 Royston 300
3rd= Graham Bolt 2024 Exeter 4 100
Stephen Peters 2136 Aylesbury 4 100
Mike Waddington 2075 Dorchester 4 100
GP U-2026 Steve Dilleigh 1984 Horfield 10
Dave Littlejohns 2008 Taunton 10
Adrian Pickersgill 1986 Hastings 10
Jonathan Wells 1997 N. Norfolk 10
Slow start (0/2) Daniel Gibbs 1808 Brentwood 20
18 entrants
A. Stewart took the British Championship 2017  QP
Challengers (U-180) /7 £
1st= N. Burrows 172 Cowley 250
A. Milnes 167 Cavendish 250
3rd= K. Hurst 174 E. Budleigh 5 34
J. Hickman 162 Reading 5 34
R. Everson 179 Dartford 5 34
GP U-158 Y. Tello 156 Wimbledon 30
GP U-143 G. Naldrett 135 Gerards Cross 30
Slow start J. Robertson 134 E. Kilbride 3 20
43 entrants
Minor (U-135) /7
1st L. Bullock 130 Hackney 300
2nd= E. Fierek 130 Gloucester 5 75
D. Gilbert 131 DHSS 5 75
G. Parfett 130 Athenium 5 75
G. Shepherd 131 Church Stretton 5 75
GP U-126 R. Burroughs 103 Malvern 4 7.50
R. Hamilton 125 Metropolitan 4 7.50
P. Gordon 119 BCA 4 7.50
R. Waters 108 BCA 4 7.50
GP U-101 M. Cox 89 Southampton 3 12.50
P. Broderick 97 Newport (Salop) 3 12.50
H. Welch 97 Seaton 3 12.50
R. Cox 86 Southampton 3 12.50
33 entrants
Boniface 5 Rd. A.M.   (U-180) /5
1st B. G. Gosling 159 E. Budleigh 4 300
2nd= J. E. Hickman 162 Reading 150
R. Puchades 164 Cosham 150
GP U-159 N. Mahoney 147 Barmby Dun 3 25
20 entrants
Thynne 5 Rd. A.M. (U-135)
1st N. G. Andrews 124 York 4 300
2nd= P. Foster 126 Medway 75
A. Collins 130 Cowley 75
M. A. Roberts 131 Holmes Chapel 75
J. Shaddick 124 Basingstoke 75
GP U-125 M. Cuggy 121 Brixham 3 25
Slow start C. Doidge 124 Teignmouth 20
22 entrants

General view from one angle

General view from another angle (standing gent hasn't moved)

Meanwhile, the view from outside the analysis room. Berry Head, beyond Brixham, on the horizon

The view from the venue back to Torquay seafront

Stephen Peters vs Jonathan Wells

In the Challengers, Megan O'Brian (Plymouth) makes a move against Michael Marshall (Exmouth).

Wendy Carr poised to move against Hazel Welch.

Keith Arkell enjoys some banter with Stephen Peters before the start of their game, but the result had already been correctly forecast by the Hotel Handyman

Brian Gosling (East Budleigh) makes a move in his final game to clinch his clear 1st in the top 5 Rd. Morning section.

Brian Gosling receives his cheque for £300 from Senior Arbiter, Tony Tatam, while the section arbiter, Victor Cross looks on.

WECU Council Meeting 2016

The West of England Chess Union’s Council Meeting (or AGM) was held at the Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster on Saturday 4th June, with President, Brian Hewson, in the chair and Roger Morgan taking notes.

It was mostly routine, but essential stuff. There was some discussion as to the best way of determining the Ladies Champion in the annual WECU Congress. As things stand at the moment, getting  4/7 points in the Minor Section beats getting 3.5 in the Open, but which is the better performance? Several possible alternatives were mentioned, from maintaining the status quo to abolishing the Ladies trophy altogether, and several in between; e.g. tournament grade and, most radical of all, asking the ladies their opinion.

The role of presidential succssion usually takes up a fair amount of time each year, both at and before the meeting. Brian Hewson (Devon) was due to complete his second year in the Chair, with a Deputy President stepping up to the plate. Except that, in the previous 12 months, no Deputy had been identified/persuaded to take this on. Apparently, Robin Kneebone had toyed with the idea, but eventually decided that he was so fully committed to Cornish chess and keeping that particular boat afloat, that he wouldn’t be able to do justice to the Union role. Former President, Fenella Headlong, had also been approached, but the combination of work and family commitments made it very difficult for her to accept. In the end, former President , Gerry Jepps (Somerset), was persuaded to reprise the role. He tried to protest that the art of chairmanship was not his greatest skill, but the room was convinced that his great experience as a successful organiser over many years far outweighed this, and he was readily voted in, and will take the chair at the 2017 Executive Meeting. All other officers were re-elected en bloc.

Both trophies were available for presentation, the Harold Meek Cup for the 1st team competition and the Wayling Cup for the 2nd team. Normally, the President will hand each cup to the delegate of the winning county, but this was complicated by the fact that the President was also the match captain of both teams. So the Fixtures Secretary, Phil Mead, readily stepped in to the breach.

Phil Mead (l) presents the Harold Meek Cup to the Devon 1st team captain, Brian Hewson.

Brian Hewson also receives the Wayling Cup, the 18th consecutive year Devon have won it.

Michael Ashworth Is Top WECU JUnior

The West of England Junior Championships were held at St. Joseph’s College, Swindon earlier this year. The age-group champions were as follows:

U-18: Michael Ashworth (Glos/Wilts).

U-16: Robert Ashworth (Glos/Wilts).

U-14: Charlie McLaren (Glos/Wilts).

U-14 Girls: Sophie Cottle (Wilts). U-12: Ben Headlong (Wilts). U-12 Girls: Georgia Headlong (Wilts). U-10: Samir Khan. U-10 Girls: Fiona Thet (Somerset).

U-9: Siddharth Venkatanarayana. (Wilts).

U-8: Matthew Timbrell (Somerset). U-8 Girls: Zohar Ashraf & Kaia Bhatoolaul (both Wilts).

Recently, an inter-county girls match was held in Swindon, involving teams of 12 players from Wiltshire, Somerset and Oxfordshire, playing 2 rounds. The latter were out-classed, but the overall win went down to the last 2 games to finish. 1st Wiltshire 17½ pts.; 2nd Somerset 13½ and 3rd Oxford 5. Somerset’s Team Managers, Chris Strong and Fenella Headlong, reported that the whole match was played in a very friendly atmosphere and many new friends were made, both within and between the teams.
St. Petroc’s, Cornwall’s charity that raises funds and takes action for the homeless in the county, is running an informal chess competition on

Saturday May 21st at Saint Augustine’s Church, St. Austell – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Open to all, young and old, novices to experts. Previously, the youngest was at primary school, the eldest was 70+, and the strongest was International Master Andrew Greet, who was born in the town. Entries to Jackie Davis email:Jackie.Davis@stpetrocs.org.uk.

Entry fee is £10 (pay on the day), which includes lunch, so you must enter before the event so the lunch numbers can be calculated!

Here is a win by M. Ashworth from last year’s Chess Challenge Terafinal.

White: J. Boswell. Black: M. Ashworth Sicilian Defence [B27]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 g6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nc6 5.c4 The Maroczy Bind, deterring …d5, which is a freeing move for Black. It is often said that if Black can get in …d5 without suffering any weakness elsewhere, he will have achieved at least parity. 5…Nf6 6.Nc3 d6 7.Be2 Nxd4 8.Qxd4 Bg7 9.Be3 0–0 10.Qd2 a5 Black is seeking ways to undermine the “Bind” simply by circumventing it. 11.0–0 a4 12.Rad1 Qa5 13.Bd4 Be6 14.f3 Rfc8 15.Nd5 Bxd5 16.cxd5 Qxd2 17.Rxd2 Nd7 18.Bxg7 Kxg7 19.b4 axb3 20.axb3 Rc3 21.Rb2 Ra3 22.b4 Nb6 23.Bb5 Kf6 24.f4 Rab3 25.Rbb1 Rxb1 26.Rxb1 Re3 White’s pawn centre will now crumble. 27.Kf2 Rxe4 28.g3 Nxd5 29.Be2?? Black spots the terminal error. 29…Rxe2+! 30.Kxe2 Nc3+ forking king and rook. 0–1

Last week’s position ended after 1…Rf1+ when White must lose his queen to either 2.Kg3 exposing his queen to the rook or 2.BxR Ne4+ forking king & queen.

This position is very near the end of the game Joe Gallagher (W) vs Gary Lane in 1990. How did White finish quickly?

White to play and win

WECU Championship 2016 – Fourth & Final Day

The Final round began at 10 am on Easter Monday. After his gentle draw against Rudd in the previous round Arkell was not inclined to offer any more, lest he be caught, so steered through to a risk-free win against Fallowfield. On Bd. 2 Broek played an Evans Gambit against Rudd, and the two rattled out the opening 12 moves in just a few minutes, at which point Broek forced the win of the exchange, and it was game on. The price the Dutchman paid for that was having his queen trapped in a corner for 22 moves, but held his nerve and eventually won more material, until Black resigned a whole rook down.

The full results were as follows:-

69th WECU Congress 2016:  25th – 28th March  -  Exmouth.
Winners’ List
Name Rating Club score £
Open
1st K. C. Arkell 2451 Cheddleton 400
2nd R. J. McMichael 2189 King’s Head 6 200
3rd= J. R. Fallowfeld 2112 Stourbridge 25
A. P. Smith 2127 Bourne End 25
T. Broek 2180 Wisver Turen ND 25
S. P. Dilleigh 2072 Horfield 25
GP J. F. S. Menadue 2021 Truro 30
Arkell receives  WECU Championship Cup.   Menadue receives the British Championship QP
Major (U-1950)
1st I. S. Annetts 1875 Tiverton 200
2nd= J. McDonnell 1942 Streatham 5 75
J. Forster 1809 Southbourne 5 75
GP J. Nyman 1794 King’s Head 30
Junior Prize L. Hafsted 1413 Exeter Juniors 4 30
Minor  (U-135 ECF)
1st J. Stone 100e Horley 7 50
2nd R. Whittington 132 Exeter Juniors 5 100
3rd= K. Alexander 131 Seaton 25
M. Roberts 132 Holmes Chapel 25
N. Dicker 128 Glastonbury 25
G. Taylor 128 Gloucester 25
G. Neil 124 Nomads 25
P. Foster 123 Medway 25
V. Jamroz 123 Kent Juniors 25
G. Parfett 119 Athenaeum 25
GP A. Richards 121 Cheltenham 4 30

WECU Treasurer, Oliver Wensley, presents Jacqui Barber-Lafon with the Ladies Championship Cup.

The Ladies Champion presents Keith Arkell with the main trophy.

Richard McMichael - clear 2nd

The ungraded J. Stone, won the Minor - the only player to score 7/7.

WECU Championship Day 3 – Rds 5 & 6

As the rounds went on, so the number of draws increased, as one would expect, but not to the point where interest in the eventual outcome waned. Arkell did win a difficult endgame with Black against McMichael in the morning, though when he found he was Black again in the afternoon, it left him inclined to agree a short draw against his nearest-rated opponent, Jack Rudd.

Rd. 5              WECU Open  2016
Bd White Black
1 McMichael (3½) 0 1 Arkell (4)
2 James (3) 0 1 Rudd (3)
3 Fallowfield (2½) 1 0 Smith (3)
4 Bass (2) 0 1 De Coverley (2)
5 Littlejohns (2) ½ ½ Jamroz (2)
6 Wilson (2) 0 1 Dilleigh (2)
7 Gamble (½) 1 0 Shaw (1)
8 Snook-Lumb (2) 0 1 Menadue (2)
9 Woodward (2½) 0 1 Broek (2½)
10 Bartlett (2) ½ ½ Benson (1½)
11 French (1) ½ ½ Wensley (1)
12 Hickman (0) ½ ½ Burton (½)
13 Bolt (2½) ½ bye

McMichael vs Arkell - a hard-fought win for Black.

Rd. 5: Hickman vs Burton (nearest) & French vs Wensley.

Rd. 5: top boards in the Major. 1.McDonnell vs Forster. 2. Robertson vs Morgan & Schulte vs Sellwood

Rd. 6              WECU Open  2016
Bd White Black
1 Rudd (3½) ½ ½ Arkell (5)
2 McMichael (3½) 1 0 James (3½)
3 Broek (3½) 0 1 Fallowfield (3½)
4 Menadue (3) ½ ½ Smith (3)
5 De Coverley (3) ½ ½ Bolt (3)
6 Jamroz (2½) ½ ½ Woodward (2½)
7 Dilleigh (3) 1 0 Bartlett (2½)
8 Littlejohns (2½) ½ ½ Bass (2½)
9 Wensley (1½) 1 0 Wilson (2)
10 Gamble (1½) 0 1 French (½)
11 Shaw (1) 0 1 Hickman (1½)
12 Benson (2) 1 0 Snook-Lumb (2)
13 Burton (0) ½ bye

WECU Championship 2016 – Day 2 – Rds 3 & 4

Keith Arkell continued his forward progress, finishing the day on a perfect 4/4, a half point clear of his nearest rival, McMichael and a full point clear of Rudd, James & Smith.

Rd. 3              WECU Open  2016
Bd White Black
1 Broek (2) 0 1 Arkell (2)
2 Rudd (2) 0 1 McMichael (2)
3 Littlejohns (1½) 0 1 James (2)
4 Smith (1) 1 0 Dilleigh (1½)
5 Snook-Lumb (1) 0 1 de Coverley (1)
6 Jamroz (1) 1 0 Menadue (½)
7 Bass (1) 1 0 Wensley (½)
8 French (½) ½ ½ Shaw (½)
9 Bolt (1) 1 0 Wilson (1)
10 Littlejohns (1½) 0 1 James (2)
11 Gamble (0) 0 1 Woodward (0)
12 Bass (1) 1 0 Wensley (1)
13 Benson (0) 1 0 Burton (0)
14 Bartlett (1) ½ bye
Rd. 4              WECU Open  2016
Bd White Black
1 Arkell (3) 1 0 James (3)
2 De Coverley (2) 1 0 Rudd (2)
3 McMichael (3) ½ ½ Broek (2)
4 Jamroz (2) 0 1 Smith (2)
5 Fallowfield (2) ½ ½ Bass (2)
6 Dilleigh (1½) ½ ½ Bolt (2)
7 Bartlett (1½) ½ ½ Littlejohns (1½)
8 Shaw (1) 0 1 Woodward (1½)
9 Menadue (1) 1 0 French (1)
10 Wensley (1) 0 1 Snook-Lumb (1)
11 Wilson (1) 1 0 Hickman (0)
12 Burton (0) ½ ½ Gamble (0)
13 Benson (1) ½ Bye

Rd. 3: Rudd vs McMichael

Rd. 3: French vs Shaw (nearest) & Bolt vs Wilson.

Rd. 4: de Coverley vs Rudd

Rd. 4 - Minor Section: Hazel Welch vs Martin Maber & Wendy Carr vs Marian Cox

WECU Championship 2016 Rd. 2

The opening round having gone mostly according to the form book, Rd. 2 commenced in the afternoon. Again, no major surprises with the top 5 seeds all winning; only 6th seed Andrew Smith lost, having had to meet Keith Arkell so early on. Thomas Broek, having announced his presence with a very quick win in Rd. 1, won again, but from a very interesting position that had problem-like qualities to it.

Here are the results:-

Rd. 2              WECU Open  2016
Bd White Black
1 Arkell (1) 1 0 Smith (1)
2 Fallowfield (1) 0 1 Rudd (1)
3 McMichael (1) 1 0 Bass (1)
4 De Coverley (1) 0 1 Broek (1)
5 James (1) 1 0 Snook-Lumb (1)
6 Dilleigh (1) ½ ½ Jamroz (½)
7 Shaw (0) ½ ½ Bartlett (½)
8 Burton (0) 0 1 Bolt (½)
9 Menadue (0) 1 0 Hickman (0)
10 French (½) 0 1 Littlejohns (½)
11 Wilson (0) 1 0 Gamble (0)
12 Wensley (0) 1 0 Benson (0)
13 Woodward (0) ½ bye

McMichael vs Bass (nearest) & de Coverley vs Broek.

de Coverley vs Broek ending. Black to play and win.

Fallowfield vs Rudd (nearest) & Arkell vs Smith.

Bottom boards in the Minor, with Geoff Taylor between Hazel Welch and Marian Cox. Geoff qualified for the British Championship from the Open a few years ago. |Ill health has subsequently affected his form but not his keenness to keep playing.

West of England Chess Championship 016 – Rd. 1

88 players foregathered at the Royal Beacon Hotel, Exmouth on Good Friday for the annual WECU Congress. A new development this year was in extending the FIDE rating rules to the Major as well as the Open, and using the latest digital clocks for both sections, which added a 30 second increment each time a move was made.

Many of the faces were returnees, familiar with the town, the venue and the congress routine. However, it’s always good to have a few new people around, if only to add interest to the mix. One such in the Open was Thomas Broek from the Wisver Turen club in the Netherlands, while at the other end of the scale, John Stone from Horley, with an estimated grade of 100, entered the Minor.

Both gave a statement of intent from the off, when Broek beat a local player, Oliver Wensley, in just 12 moves, Wensley having been joint winner of the East Devon Open just a couple of years before. Stone not only won his Rd. 1 game but went on to carve up the field with 7 straight wins, making him the only one to score a maximum, and casting some doubt on the accuracy of his grade estimate.

Everything went according to form, as the day finished with the 5 top seeds in the Open, being the only ones on 2/2 – Keith Arkell, Jack Rudd, Richard McMichael, Thomas Broek and Russell James.

Details:-

White Black
1 Bolt, Graham 2028 0 1 Arkell, Keith 2451
2 Rudd, Jack 2263 1 0 Menadue, Jeremy 2021
3 Gamble, Raymond 1996 0 1 McMichael, Richard 2189
4 Broek, Thomas 2180 1 0 Wensley, Oliver 1983
5 Woodward, Tim 1975 0 1 James, Russell 2168
6 Smith, Andrew 2127 1 0 Burton, Ronnie 1952
7 Hickman, John 1920 0 1 De Coverley, Roger 2075
8 Jamroz, Krzysztof 2073 ½ ½ French, Max 1857
9 Benson, Sean 1779 0 1 Dilleigh, Steve 2072
10 Bass, John 2035 1 0 Wilson, Matthew 1754
11 Snook-Lumb, Chris 1741 1 0 Shaw, Meyrick 2031
12 Fallowfield, Jeremy 2112 1 0 Bye
13 Littlejohns, Dave 1998 ½ - Bye
14 Bartlett, Simon 1953 ½ - Bye

General view of the playing hall from the stage.

General view from the other end.

Gamble vs McMichael (nearest) and Broek (W) about to record a quick win against Wensley.

West of England Congress 25th – 28th March 2016. Entries as at 16.03.2016.

  Open FIDE ECF Club
1 Keith Arkell 2451 243 Paignton
2 Richard McMichael 2189 207 King’s Head
3 Thomas Broek 2180 197 Wisver Turen
4 Russell James 2168 197 Solihull
5 Andrew Smith 2127 196 Bourne End
6 Roger de Coverley 2075 184 Bourne End
7 Krzysztof Jamroz 2073 180 Petts Wood
8 Steve Dilleigh 2072 186 Horfield
9 John Bass 2035 182 Richmond
10 Graham Bolt 2028 187 Railways
11 Jeremy Menadue 2021 187 Truro
12 Dave Littlejohns 1998 182 Taunton
13 Raymond Gamble 1996 158 Derby
14 Oliver Wensley 1983 171 Exmouth
15 Tim Woodward 1975 156 Trowbridge
16 Simon Bartlett 1953 165 Newquay
17 Ronnie Burton 1952 161 Weymouth
18 John Hickman 1920 172  
19 Max French 1857 164 Frome
20 Matthew Wilson 1754 155 Newton Abbot
         
         
         
  Major (U-170)      
1 James McDonald 1942 173 Streatham
2 Jamie Morgan 1930 164 Penwith
3 Steve Dean 1923 163 Seaton
4 Bill Ingham 1908 161 Teignmouth
5 Joseph Skielnik 1907 157 Battersea
6 Ivor Annetts 1873 151 Tiverton
7 Brian Gosling 1870 157 E. Budleigh
8 Colin Sellwood 1863 155 Camborne
9 Roger Hutchings 1841 164 Woodpushers
10 Andrew Price 1830 159 Leamington
11 Martin Page 1815 146 Insurance
12 Peter Wood 1805 148  
13 John Nyman 1794 169 Kings Head
14 Philip Walters 1773 143 Carslisle
15 Richard Wiltshire 1765 142 Rushall
16 Phil Foley 1691 147 Upminster
17 David Lawrence 1678 120 Kings Head
18 Jim Robertson 1660 139 E. Kilbride
19 Martin Worrall 1604 139 Taunton
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  Minor  (U-135)      
1 Peter Dimond   134 Bath
2 Ian Blencowe   133 Gloucester
3 Malcolm Roberts   132 Holmes Chapel
4 Paul Jackson   131 Bournemouth
5 Ken Alexander   131 Seaton
6 Ray Hunt   130  
7 Nigel Dicker   128 Glastonbury
8 Geoff Taylor   128 Gloucester
9 Tim Crouch   128 King’s Head
10 Tim Allen   126 Battersea
11 Graham Neil   124 Nottingham
12 Jacquie Barber-Lafon   123 Newton Abbot
13 Paul Foster   123 Medway
14 Viktor Jamroz   123 Kent Juniors
15 Paul Errington   122 Bournemouth
16 Alun Richards   121 Cheltenham
17 John Dean   120 Plymouth
18 Joshua Blackmore   120 Newton Abbot
19 Gerald Parfett   119 Athenaeum
20 Norman Tidy   119 Teignmouth
21 Michael Ingram   116 Peterborough
22 Keith Spooner   112 Wimborne
23 Barry Childs   112 Lerryn
24 Roger Waters   107 Taunton
25 Alan Fraser   106 Beckenham
26 Martyn Maber   104 Taunton
27 Peter Hughes   101 Mutual Circle
28 Dave Burt   101 Bournemouth
29 John Carr   100 Portsmouth
30 Hazel Welch   99 Seaton
31 Reg Cox   86  
32 Wendy Carr   47  
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