British Pair Go
British Championship at Pair Go (mixed doubles)
|2019||Hatfield||Joanne Leung & Bruno Poltronieri||Report |
|2018||Hatfield||Joanne Leung & Bruno Poltronieri||Report|
|2017||Hatfield||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2016||Hatfield||Joanne Leung & Bruno Poltronieri||Report|
|2015||Hatfield||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2014||Hatfield||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2013||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2012||Oxford||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2011||Oxford||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2010||Oxford||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2009||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2008||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2007||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2006||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2005||Oxford||Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Report|
|2004||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report
|2003||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2002||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2001||Oxford||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|2000||Oxford||Emma Marchant & Simon Goss||Report|
|1999||Stokenchurch||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|1998||Weedon||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen||Report|
|1997||Weedon||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen|
|1996||Weedon||Alison Jones & Tony Atkins|
|1995||Marlow||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen|
|1994||Leamington||Alison Jones & Nick Webber|
|1993||Leamington||Alison Jones & Andrew Jones|
|1992||London||Kirsty Healey & Matthew Macfadyen|
|1991||Hyde Park||Sue Paterson & Jim Barty|
2020 edition scheduled for 6th June was cancelled, as was 2021.
2022 now scheduled.
The British Pair Go Championship is for male and female pairs, who cannot converse during the games, as is the normal Pair Go convention.
It is always held in a pleasant hotel, nowadays in a hotel in the Heartfordhire. There is always a lunch available and prizes for many, including the Best Dressed Pair prize.
The top eight rated "British" pairs play for the championship, whilst others play in a handicap section. The top section players also play for points to allow them to represent the UK in both the European and International Amateur Pair Go Championships.
The pair of trophies was donated by the Japanese Pair Go Association and are inscribed "Pair Go Champions in England". The trophies for the handicap section are a pair of Pair Go Bowls donated by the Japanese Pair Go Association.