Yorkshire Chess Association Year Book

2017-2018

 

Contents

Calendar of Events – Results/Reports

 

 I<< Year Book Home

 

Accuracy of club information &

Yearbook: further copies &

YCA Honorary Life Members &

Yorkshire Individual Championship 2018

Message from the President

Officers 2017-18

Annual Fees

County Match Fees & Petrol Allowance

Junior Contacts

YCA League Match Venues

Secretaries of Competing Clubs

Match Correspondents ‑ Woodhouse Cup

Match Correspondents ‑ IM Brown

Match Correspondents ‑ Silver Rook

YCA League Fixtures 2017-2018

ECF Game Fee Changes &c

Joining the ECF

Standard-play Grading Trends 2002-17

Notes on the YCA Grading List

Results Graded July 2016 to June 2017

YCA Grading List

Yorkshire Junior Reports

Correspondence Chess Report

U-160 Captain’s Message

2016-17 League Tables & Match Results

County Match Result Summary

English County Finals 2017

English County Championship 1921

Recent Winners of YCA Events

Constitution and Rules

YCA League Rules

Index to Rules

Individual Championship Rules

Contact Details Index

Event Calendar 2017-18

 

 

4NCL Doncaster Congress 2017

8-10 September 2017

Holiday Inn, High Road, Warmsworth, Doncaster

 

Open Section Results, showing prizes

Major Section Results, showing prizes

Minor Section Results, showing prizes

 

Report by Steve Mann, 17/09/2017

 

Last season the 4NCL ran two congresses in Wakefield, which does not have its own locally-run congress at the moment.  This season, on dates corresponding to those of last season’s Wakefield events, the 4NCL is running two congresses in Doncaster.

 

Whether the change of venue represents a problem having arisen for 2017-18 with the Wakefield venue, or whether a peripatetic event is an intrinsic part of NCL’s strategy is unclear.  Either way, with the home-grown “Real” Doncaster Congress (to borrow from Noel Boustred’s “Real” Harrogate Congress’s designation), there are set to be three weekend chess congresses in Doncaster in 2017‑18!

 

The venue is right by junction 36 of the M1.

 

Somewhat unusually, by comparison with locally-run congresses, there were only three sections, attracting 127 participants in all.

 

The advertised prizes were as follows:

 

1st

2nd

3rd

Performance

Open

£400

£200

£100

£50

Major (Under ELO 2000 / ECF 175)

£400

£200

£100

£50

Minor (Under ECF 135)

£400

£200

£100

£50

 

Links above are to separate sections’ results, showing prizes as described on the congress website: http://www.4ncl.co.uk/fide/information_15.htm.