Just in case you haven't already heard:
The winner in the Under-20 category (age as at 1st January 2014) will gain a place in the GLOBIS Cup World Youth Go Championship, to be held in Japan on 8 - 11 May 2014 at the Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University in Tokyo, Japan.
All expenses will be paid, with the excepti
We have now finished the online league for this year and once again the winners are:
Congratulations to the team and their captain, Martha McGill.
Winning promotion from division 2 to division 1 are their fellow Scots:
Winning promotion from division 3 to division 2 are
Alas there have to be losers and this year the relegation vict
The pages have been updated with more information and there are now entry forms for the EYGC and BGC online, together with the ability to pay for entry to the BGC, and a link for booking accommodation at Butlins.
The 2014 AGM for the British Go Association will be held on 1st March 7:30pm as part of the British Go Congress at Butlins Resort, Bognor Regis
Any members with motions for inclusion on the Agenda are requested to send them to the Secretary by 15th January.
It is with deep sadness that we have to announce the death of T Mark Hall on Monday after a long illness.
T Mark was a long and faithful servant of the British Go Association, of British Go in general and of World Go through his partnership with John Fairbairn in GoGoD (Games of Go on Disk).
18 players made it to this year’s Edinburgh Christmas Open, the lowest entry for many years, with none from “furth” of the border.
David Lee (3 dan Dundee) won all his games and was champion for a second year running. He was joined on 4 wins by Rob Payne (7k Edinburgh) and Joseff Thomas (17k Glasgow). The remaining prize went to the furthest travelling player on 3 wins, which was Carel Goodhe
The South London teaching day and tournament went ahead today with 24 students and 3 teachers - Andrew Kay, Tim Hunt, and Francis Roads, to whom we are very grateful that they gave up their time for us. Students were split into groups of similar strength and spent some time with each of the teachers in the morning.
In the afternoon was a three round tournament.
I plan to close the current league season on 21st December at noon, leaving people free to enjoy the Winter Solstice at 17:11.
We've had a good few games in Divisons 2 and 3 although Divison 1 has been a bit thin on the ground.
Unless anyone objects beforehand I shall declare drawn unplayed games in matches which have started.
We are pleased to announce that the online Korean Go Server, is sponsoring an Oxford vs Cambridge Match at the London Open.
We started out tied with Turkey at the top of Division C, but they are nominally the strongest of the other teams in the Division and quite close to us in overall strength.