UK Tournament Result

Tournament Name: 
Oxford
Tournament Date: 
22 February 1986

Full results not available.

88 players.

Winner: Terry Stacey (5 dan London) - after surviving a dubious position in round 1 against Edmund Shaw, then beating T. Mark Hall and Harold Lee.

Other prize winners:

Sam Perlo-Freeman (1 dan Lyme Regis)
Barry Chandler (2 kyu Reading)
Simon Goss (2 kyu Bracknell)
William Connolley (3 kyu Oxford)
Kirsty Healey (5 kyu Warwick)
P Hutchinson (5 kyu Cambridge)
Peter Voisey (7 kyu London)
P Clarke (11 kyu Glasgow)
Mark Loftus (13 kyu Oxford)
A McIntosh (13k Glasgow)
Mark Gibbs (15 kyu Nottingham)

Alex Rix (1 dan) and Dan Gilder (1 kyu) qualified for the Candidates.



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Tournament Name: 
Coventry
Tournament Date: 
25 March 1995

Full results not available.

Rapid-play five rounds.

69 players.

Winner: Matthew Macfaden (6d Leamington) Runner up in top group: Simon Shiu (3 dan Teesside)

Group winners:

Group 1. Toby Manning and Alan Thornton (2 dan)
Group 2. Brian Ellis (1 dan)
Group 3. Matthew Holton and Tony Warburton (1 kyu)
Group 4. Paul Barnard (1 kyu)
Group 5. Martin Harvey (2 kyu)
Group 6. John Lowe (4 kyu)
Group 7. Jim Edwards (8 kyu)
Group 8. Nick Fortescue (8 kyu)
Group 9. Paul Clarke (12 kyu)
Group 10. Daniel Dowling (18 kyu).

The best team were the Leamington Beards and Jo Hampton won the 9x9.



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Tournament Name: 
Nottingham
Tournament Date: 
9 November 1985

Full results not available.

Number of players: 48.

Winner: J-Y. Lee (5 dan Nottingham/Korea) with 4/4.

With 3.5 Andy Cornah (2 kyu Sheffield)

With 3/4:
Richard Granville (3 dan Malvern)
Sam Perlo-Freeman (1 kyu Lyme Regis)
Clive Wright (3 kyu Nottingham)
Ian Docherty (9 kyu)
Tim Roberts (10 kyu Sheffield)
Mark Skinner (11 kyu Nottingham)
R. Taillefer (13 kyu Cambridge)
D. Gilmore (15 kyu)
Mark Gibbs (20 kyu Nottingham)
R. Thearle (20 kyu)

The Qualifiers were Mark Lorrimer-Roberts (1 dan) and Andy Cornah (2 kyu).

Best team was Notts Forest.

Pictures



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Tournament Name: 
Not the Oxford
Tournament Date: 
24 February 1985

Held in Wanstead to replace the Oxford Tournament.

The bar was at 4d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
London Open
Tournament Date: 
1 January 1983 - 4 January 1983

The bar was at 3d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
London Open
Tournament Date: 
20 December 1983 - 2 January 1984

The bar was at 3d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
London Open
Tournament Date: 
28 December 1984 - 31 December 1984

The bar was at 3d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
Full results only available to 4k.



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Tournament Name: 
London Open
Tournament Date: 
28 December 1985 - 31 December 1985

Results reconstructed. Top five only in rank order.



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Tournament Name: 
Cheshire
Tournament Date: 
5 October 1986

The 3rd Cheshire Tournament was held on 5th October 1986.

It was moved from the January as the British Go Congress was organised by Brian Timmins at Crewe and Alsager College's Crewe Campus from 4th to 6th April 1986 with 86 players. (The Congress had also been at Alsager in 1975.)
At that, Matthew Macfadyen was the British Open winner and Brian Chandler won the Lightning.

The Cheshire Tournament itself was held, as before, at the Oakley Centre, part of the Victoria Community Centre in Crewe.
It had 34 entrants, with a good spread of grades including three 20 kyu players.
The Cheshire Goban trophy was won by Piers Shepperson (3 dan Nottingham).
Other prize winners were Paul Margetts (6 kyu CLGC) and Helen Sherwood (17 kyu).

After this event, Brian Timmins moved his tournament to become the Shrewsbury Tournament, starting in 1988.



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Tournament Name: 
Wessex
Tournament Date: 
23 October 1988

Results not available.

Division winners:

  1. Piers Shepperson (4d Nottingham)
  2. James Bond (1d Reading)
  3. Clive Hendrie (1k Bracknell)
  4. William Streeten (5k North London)
  5. Adam Shepherd (7k Coventry)
  6. A Manson-Chubb (14k High Wycombe)
  7. C Poole (16k Malvern)
  8. W Kennedy (22k Unknown)
  9. A Sullivan (28k Furze Platt)

106 players.

Qualifiers were Gerry Mills (1d Monmouth) and Dan Gilder (1k Nottingham).

Nottingham won the team prize.



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