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Action from the Southend GP in the under 9sRyan Smith v Jonathan Cheung in the under 18(Minor) at the Southend GPEssex under 14 for the match with Richmond JCCPlay in progress in the Under 18(Open) section at SouthendOlga considers her move in the under 9s at the Southend GPThe last games to finish in the Under 18(Open) at the Southend GPNina Pert plays Abigail Weersing on top board in the under 11s at SouthendEssex under 14 Team v Kent (2/12/17)

Action from the Southend GP in the under 9s

Ryan Smith v Jonathan Cheung in the under 18(Minor) at the Southend GP

Charukgan plays a move in his game with Ben

Essex under 14 for the match with Richmond JCC

Play in progress in the Under 18(Open) section at Southend

Olga considers her move in the under 9s at the Southend GP

The last games to finish in the Under 18(Open) at the Southend GP

Essex under 14 Team v Kent (2/12/17)

Colchester Junior Chess Tournament / Southend Congress

A reminder that the 4th Essex Junior Grand Prix event is to take place at St. Benedict’s Catholic College, Norman Way, Colchester, CO3 3US on Saturday 3rd March.  The entry form is available on this website via the red “view tournaments” button.  Please enter as early as you can to avoid disappointment. 

Recent News

Congratulations to Harry Zheng who is the new u9 South of England champ with 5.5 out of 6.

In the u11 section Bhramav Rajesh was joint 4th with 4 out of 5 and Jerry Zheng had 3.5 (both of these players registered 130+ grading performances).  In the u12 Closed Section Abbey Weersing scored 3.5 out of 5.  Harry Zheng is pictured below with his trophy and his brother, Jerry.

New Grades

The January 2018 Grades have been published by the ECF - check yours here http://www.ecfgrading.org.uk/new/menu.php

Southend Junior Chess Tournament

The 3rd Essex Junior Grand Prix event of 2017/18 was held at the Prince Avenue Academy School in Westcliff-on-Sea on 14 January 2018 and attracted 62 entrants.

First IM norm for Adam C Taylor

Former Essex Junior Champion, Adam Taylor continues to makes progress towards the IM title with an excellent performance at the Hastings Congress.  Current Essex juniors should aspire to achieve similar success - further details on the ECF and ECA websites and, of course, the Hastings Congress website.

http://www.englishchess.org.uk/first-im-norm-for-adam-c-taylor

http://www.essexchess.org.uk/