|Posted on December 26, 2017 at 6:20 PM|
Shropshire Rapid Play League update
Here is an update of the results and individual match cards so far this season in the Shropshire Rapid Play Chess League 2017-2018 Division Two season.
After one match night the overall record of the team is Played 3 matches, Won 1, Drew 1, Lost 1, Points 3.
Match night 1 - Wednesday 18th October 2017 at Wellington Chess Club
Brewood 2-2 Wellington
Derek Laight (155) 1-0 Toby C Neal (154)
Mark Keady (135) 0-1 Mike J Hollier (142)
Mike Jarocki (125) 0-1 James Kuczynski (136)
David Blower 108 1-0 John A V Storey (21*)
Brewood 0-4 Church Stretton
Derek Laight (155) 0-1 Trevor Brotherton (189)
Mark Keady (135) 0-1 David J Hodge (146*)
Mike Jarocki (125) 0-1 Karl Wakefield (141*)
David Blower 108 0-1 Graham C Shepherd (116)
Telepost B 1-3 Brewood
S Wilson (Ungraded) 0-1 Derek Laight (155)
Nick D Holmes (99) 0-1 Mark Keady (135)
Shane Sweeney 98 0-1 Mike Jarocki (125)
Josh Cockburn (Ungraded) 1-0 David Blower 108
Fixtures to come:
Match night 3 - Thursday 18th January 2018 at Church Stretton Chess Club.
Matches against Church Stretton, Telford B and Wellington A.
Match night 5 - Thursday 1st March 2018 at Newport Chess Club.
Matches against Church Stretton, Newport B and Telepost B.
Match night 6 - Tuesday 13th March 2018 at Brewood Chess Circle.
Matches against Newport B, Telford B and Wellington.
Match night 7 - Wednesday 28th March 2018 at Telford Chess Club.
Matches against Newport B, Telepost B and Telford B.
Team captain comments:
The team captain David Blower had this to say about the season in the Shropshire Rapid Play League so far: "It was good to win a game on match night 1 after our winless run last season. We faced a very strong Church Stretton team on the evening and faced a tough match also against Wellington. It was also good to see that each individual player on the evening got at least one win each."
Looking ahead to the rest of the season David Blower said: "As always we look forward to hosting our home match night later on in the season. Whilst the chess is competitive, the evenings are always a more sociable affair than the normal run-of-the-mill standard play league matches and our players enjoy playing in the league. I am hopeful we will be competing for promotion at the end of the season."
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