Here are the current standings in the 2015 Double-Digit Kyu Grand Prix.
Positions after Maidenhead Tournament.
These are the first standings in the 2015 Youth Grand Prix, after the Maidenhead Tournamemt
The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
Congratulations to Centrol London Go Club A team, Franciso Divers, Michael Webster and Chuck Fisher, for winning the 2014 season of the online league ahead of Belfast and claiming back the GoGoD shield, which they last held in 2011, from Edinburgh.
The second division was won by Cornish Rogues (Paul Massey, John Culmer and Rob White), who will be moving up to the first division next year, narrowly beating the Three Counties team.
We are starting to take bookings for the next season of the online league, which we hope to start promptly in April, so please could everyone who wants to take part get in touch with me at jmc AT toad.me.uk to confirm that they want to play.
Whilst we like to have teams associated with clubs, people on their own are very welcome to join up with an existing team which is low on members, so please don't hold back.
All games played with handicap.
* = teams in Doubles section
Pair Go First: Lova Wahlin / Chi-Min Oh
Pair Go Second: Hajin Lee / Benjamin Teuber
Doubles First: Jitka Bartova / Ngoc-Trang Cao
The bar was at 5d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
The Edinburgh Christmas tournament saw a total of 25 players.
Tongzhou (Joe) Cai (3d Glasgow) sparkled the most and took the bottle of champagne with 4 wins from 4. Prizes for 3 wins went to co-organiser Boris Mitrovic (3d Edinburgh), Alistair Wall (2d Wanstead), Niall Paterson (5k Glasgow), Baron Hasslinger (5k Edinburgh) and Greg Cox (10k Dundee). The remaining two prizes went to Quintin Connell (9k Glasgow) for 2 wins from 3, and Magdalena Mladenova (1d Sofia) as the furthest-travelled on 2 wins.
The bar was at 2k. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
Students played handicap games in two sections with full or minus one handicaps.
The bar was at 1d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.