The Cambridgeshire chess league season has been halted, with immediate effect. The remaining league matches (typically two per team) are postponed until the peak of the infection has passed. This is likely to be around 3 months, but could be longer. Whether some or all of the matches could then be played prior to the start of next season is as yet unclear. The CCCA will still hold an AGM (even if this is an on-line virtual meeting) when it is likely we shall discuss the best way forward. But it is highly likely that no more league matches will go into the summer grading, and all of our league competitions will be incomplete at the normal season end. Chris Russell.
Should anyone want to check the rules Paul Kemp has put together a brief explanatory note of the changes which can be download from this link - Rule Changes
The Cambridgeshire Rapidplay - This years tournament was on the 29th September at Whittlesford.
Report to follow.
In compliance with the recent changes in GDPR the Cambridgeshire Chess Association privacy document can be downloaded from the following link - Privacy Notice
The Cambridgeshire County Closed Chess Championships was held at the Peterborough Bridge Club from the 23rd - 24th November 2019. It was won this year by Andrew Timesenko from Peterborough
Please see the results page for a detailed breakdown.
At the recent Jamboree two Members of the Association were recognised for their long service.
More details can be found here - Long Service Page