Congratulations to Raymond Bradney on winning the John Rogers Memorial B – the full cross table can be found here: John Rogers Memorial B
Congratulations to David Grobler on winning the BCCA Candidates B2 section, despite a last round loss to Paul Munro. The full results can be found here: BCCA Candidates B2 .
We are pleased to announce that the BCCA Rating list to 31st May 2022 has now been published – see: BCCA Ratings May 2022
Congratulations to Jon Mahoney on winning this season’s BCCA Reserves B. The full results can be found here: BCCA Reserves B.
Players in all of the William Mason tournament, the Candidates and reserves are reminded that the end date for the events is 31st July, with unfinished games at that time being adjudicated.
It is with sadness that we learnt of the death of David Anderton, a colossus in English chess both over the board and in correspondence play, on 1st April.
A full obituary can be read on the EFCC website – see: David Anderton .
We are pleased to announce the arrival of the first BCCA rating list, courtesy of our President, Stan Grayland.
The first list can be found here: BCCA Ratings April 2022
The EFCC Correspondent, the magazine of the EFCC, has arrived impressively onto websites and virtual bookshelves.
Edited by Mickey Blake and with contributions from our own Keith Kitson, the first two editions are available via the following page: EFCC Correspondent.
The Executive Committee continues to work to maximise the number of games played by BCCA members which are ICCF rated while developing our own BCCA ratings list.
We can now confirm that we expect all William Mason events to be rated in the 2022/23 season and will shortly be seeking confirmation of ratings for the 2022/23 Medal events.
For more detail, please see: BCCA Ratings.