The 2013 British Youth Champion is Tian-Ren Chen, retaining the title he won last year. Second was Matei Mandache, a fellow-student at Loughborough School.
The Castledine Trophy was won this year by Loughborough, who beat Aston by 2 games to 1.
The Best Primary School award went to Sandilands, Manchester. They entered five 8- and 9-year-olds, who enjoyed some successes in this their first-ever tournament away from their school.
The event was held on 17th March, at the new venue of King Edward VI (Aston) School, Birmingham .
The event attracted 27 competitors aged from 7 to 18, with strengths from 37 kyu to 1 dan.
A prize (a nice Easter egg) was awarded to each of the winners and runners-up in each age group (Under-8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18), as well as those with 3 or 4 wins. There were also prizes for the 3 children who correctly answered all the Go-puzzles on an A4 hand-out. In fact there was even a little egg for all other competitors!
Tony Atkins was again the master of ceremonies, organising the pairings for each of the 5 rounds, and presenting the prizes.
The results  are available on the main BGA site.