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At the first event, National Power was sponsor and provided the venue. After a few years at a social club, the event is now held in the Even Swindon Committee Centre.
|Jitka Bartova||Swindon Go Club|
When Brian Timmins moved from Cheshire to Shropshire he started the Shrewsbury Tournament, it being held in the riverside Gateway Centre. It has since had a couple of changes of organiser and has now become the Shropshire Tournament, held in the Memorial Hall in Hinstock.
3 round McMahon held in Penzance.
It replaced the Devon tournament in 2000, using the same trophy now known as the "Devon and Cornwall Go Stone".
The Northern was originally a two-day event, with accommodation at one of the Manchester University halls of residence. It was a European Grand Prix event in 1993 and 1994 instead of London. It then was part of the MSO from 2003, when that was held in Manchester, and has since become a 3-round McMahon. For some years it was held in Stockport...
Normally held the day before the main Cornwall tournament
One of the oldest events in the UK, this event was for many years run by Bristol club in the town hall in Marlborough in Wiltshire, a location chosen to easy driving in pre-motorway days. It then moved to Keynsham before settling down in Bath, with that club taking over running it.
Now a 3 round McMahon, but formerly 4 rounds, taking...
|Tongzhou Cai||Bath Go Club|
Until 2012 was held at the National Space Centre in Leicester.
It replaced the Leicester Tournament.
|London International Teams||October||1992||
This is a twice yearly team match held in London, where teams compete for a trophy donated by Yukata Kobayashi. In recent years there has also been a second division of teams (winners shown in brackets below).
Midlands Tournament in 1988 and then Coventry Tournament until 2002 and from 2008, Leamington from 2003 to 2006.
|Philip Leung||Warwick Go Society|