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Held at Whewells Court, Trinity College, Cambridge
The title went to Andrew Simons after Nick Krempel had to withdraw.
Best Junior was Adan Mordcovich, runner up Roella Smith.
Handicap games are in red.
28 players attended the UCC Tournament in Cork, the largest number yet. Seven nationalities, as well as Irish, took part including several Dutch. The winner was Willem-Koen Pomstra (5 dan) from Arnhem. Local 4 dan Tong-Yu Cao only lost to the winner, taking his usual second place.
The bar was at 1d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
All games played full handicap (10 komi per grade over 9 difference) and time handicap .
Sue Paterson (3 kyu Arundel) was the unbeaten winner of the West Surrey Handicap. She was one of 13 people who battled through the end of the snowy cold snap to take part. Runner up was Jonathan Reece (2 kyu Oxford) and also winning 3 were Frenchmen Philip Bourrez (2 kyu) and Max Bourget (8 kyu). Dawn Street (18 kyu) won 2/3.