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|Title||Next Tournament Date||Month||Start Year||Description||Title Holder||Trophy||Web site|
|Irish Open (Confucius Cup)||March||1997||
The Irish Open is the main tournament of the Irish Go Congress in Dublin. It is often part of the European Grand Prix. It has been called the Confucius Cup since 2012.
|Young-Sam Kim||Irish Open|
|Thames Valley Team Trophy||April||1985||
A team event for clubs located in the tideless part of the Thames Valley. It was a League until 1993 and has been a one day tournament on Easter Monday since then (often known by lots of Ts, eg TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT).
Note the Broken Go Stone Trophy is not the original broken stone as it got broken.
2013 awarded on team result at...
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|
This is held (weather permitting) in December and replaced the Scottish Bar-Low.
Originally held in Cambridge and usually held alongside the Candidates' Tournament. Open only to kyu-graded players. It has often been part of the Cambridge Mind Sports weekend.
|Letchworth Garden City Rapid Play||November||2014||Tim Hunt||http://letchworth-go.org.uk/node/11|
The Nottingham Tournament was held at the University six times in the 1980s, but it was not held between 1989 and 2009. In 2010 the Nottingham University Go Society restarted the event.
|Sin Voon Chin|
|Isle of Man Afternoon||August||1991||
This tournament is part of the Isle of Man Go Week. It is held over 3 afternoons and is a 3 round McMahon.
|Isle of Man Lightning||August||1991||
This tournament is part of the Isle of Man Go Week. It is usually run self paired, followed by a final between the best two players.
A tournament of 5 rounds, held in Galway in Ireland.
|Philippe Renaut||Galway Club|