|Junior (Youth) Winners||Current Tournaments
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|Youth Small Board|
Held at York University.
|Women's World Qualifier||Alison Jones||
This tournament was formerly held primarily to select a British entry for the World Women’s Amateur Go Tournament.
|Women's Weekend||Helen Harvey||
Played during the sometimes held Women's Training Weekend.
The trophy is the Eva Wilson Go Ban.
|West Surrey Handicap||Malcolm Hagan||
Four round handicap tournament. Replaced the Black Bull Handicap and was the RTP Handicap from 1987 to 1989. It ceased in 2011.
|Weak Knee Dans Grand Prix||Alan Thornton|
Early events known as the Woodford tournament. Variously 3 or 4 rounds. The 1972 event was a handicap tournament. It ceased in 2010
|Three Counties||Harold Lee|
|Thames Valley Team Trophy||Wanstead||
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 Bracknell Tournament.
|South London||Alistair Wall|
|South Coast Handicap||Tony Atkins|
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.
Includes a mystery problem set with associated brief teaching session. Homemade lunches available and post-tournament dinner locally. Registration by 10:20.
|Scottish Barlow||Alex Kent|
See West Surrey
The Oxford Tournament's roots go back to the 1960s, but the current series started in 1983. It has been held in Lincoln College, Rhodes House, University College, Somerville College, and Freud's Cafe, but the venue for most recent years has been St Edmund Hall. A "Not The Oxford" tournament was held in London in 1985 when Oxford was cancelled.
Other regional leagues have been held, mostly in the 1970s and early 1980s, but reporting of results was patchy.
In addition the Jubilee Challenge Trophy (a Goban) was instigated for the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977. After a few years of competition it was won by Leamington, who still hold it.