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Cumbria AGM is at Kendal on 20th July.



1st July 2019

Cumbria AGM
    

Email from Jonathan Rashleigh -

Dear Association Officers and Club Secretaries

I attach the agenda for the AGM to be held in Kendal on Saturday 20th July together with the proposals received for changes to the rules.

The Minutes of last year's AGM held on 23rd June 2018 and the Special General Meeting held on 1st September 2018 were previously circulated and are available in the library section of the CCA website together with the current version of the Constitution.

The Abbott Hall Social centre is not licensed, but tea and coffee will be available during the meeting. Regrettably there is no adjacent free parking on a Saturday afternoon but there are pay and display car parks next to the hall and in the adjoining streets.

Kind Regards

Jonathan Rashleigh - Secretary

The Agenda is here. Please note that the name Bill Henderson was incorrect on that circulated by email and has been changed to Bill Hardwick.
 

13th June 2019

South Lakes Congress
    


White to move.

The game between Gary Sharkey and Colin Rees can be seen on the Games Page.
 
Brilliant game.


 

11th June 2019

South Lakes Congress 2019

  



The results of the 2019 South Lakes Congress can be seen here

and on the Archives page.

Another great congress !


 

16th May 2019

Cumbria AGM
    
The Cumbria AGM will be at the Abbot Hall Social Club, Kendal on Saturday 20th July, 2:00 pm.

Please let Jonathan Rashleigh know of any proposals you want added to the Agenda by the end of June.
 



 

18th April 2019

Whitaker 2019

   
Barrow 2 have won the Whitaker Trophy, beating Ulverston in the Final by 1½ to ½.

See the Whitaker Page for details.


 



9th April 2019

Cumbria Individuals 2019

 

 The results of the Cumbria Individuals can be seen here for the Major and here for the Minor.

 Also on the Archives Page.

 A summary
 
Higgins Castle Trophy                 Roger Hart     
Keswick Knight TrophyGeorge Horne
Bon Greenhaigh TroophyPeter Hanks

 Thanks to Eggert for the Pictures and Andy for the results.  Oh yes, and Peter for organising it all !
   

8th April 2019

South League 2019

   
Barrow A have won the South League for the 5th year running. In fact they are the only team to win this League.

Congratulations !
 


7th April 2019

Cumbria Individuals 2019

 
The results after Saturday afternoon.

Click image for a larger picture.

Thanks to roving reporter Andy McAtear.
   
6th April 2019

Cumbria Individuals 2019

 
The results after Friday night's round.

Click image for a larger picture.

Thanks to roving reporter Andy McAtear.
   
28th March 2019

Open League 2019

   

Carlisle have won the Open League for the 3rd year running.

Congratulations !

 



26th March 2019

ECCF Grades
   

 The Grading Consultation closed last Saturday morning, and there were more than 900 responses to the consultation overall. The questions were —

1) Do you agree with the Board’s decision to move to monthly grading?
2) Do you agree with the Board’s proposal to use a four-figure Elo style system?


You can see the results here.


26th March 2019

NCCU Club Championship
   

Andy McAtear has added details of the recent Lancashire v Cumbria Under 160
to the County Chess Page.

 


26th March 2019

Interactive Chess Quiz  

      
John Kelly has produced a Chess Quiz which you can all try. I was useless. 

Try it here.




 14th March 2019

Cumbria Individuals
    

Don't forget the Cumbria Individuals April 5th-7th 2019 at Shap !

Full details and the entry form can be seen here and on the Tournaments Page.



   

27th February 2019

Open League ( & Whitaker ) Rules
    
The recent game between Maryport & Carlisle C was played a day outside the permitted time span. I initially awarded 0 points for each team as per the rules from the last EGM.

There seems to have been some confusion over the time allowed. Please read the 1st paragraph at the top of the Fixtures Page, which has been there since the start of the season. I have now amended it.

Because of the confusion I have allowed the match to count towards the League. Therefore from now on we will allow the Sunday as well, which is actually 4 weeks and 2 days.

Dave Shaw - League Controller.


20th February 2019

Whitaker Final
    
The draw for the final of the Whitaker has taken place today at Barrow Chess Club and the final is between Barrow 2 & Ulverston. 

Please note that the last day for the matches to be played by is Saturday 27th April - ( Saturday 6th April is the Cumbria Individuals ) so plenty of time !


9th February 2019  

Cumbria Chess Association Online Live Tournament

Sat 16th Feb 10.30am
   

The following notes are from John Kelly, creator of the Cumbria Chess Online Club -

   
   
   
   
 

Blitz Arena Live Tournament 

 
Open to all Cumbria Chess Association members
Cumbria Chess Association: https://www.chess.com/club/cumbria-chess-association
Live Play Tournament link: https://www.chess.com/live

 
If you are not already a Chess.com member and wish to play, register for free here: https://www.chess.com/register?ref_id=1683074 and request membership of the Cumbria Chess Association Online Club here: https://www.chess.com/club/cumbria-chess-association

----------------------------
 If enough players join and play I can consider running it on a weekly basis. If you think Saturday mornings might not be the best time for the majority of players just let me know.

Thanks,
John


12th February 2019

Northumberland Chess Congress 2019  

      

The 2019 55th Northumberland Chess Congress will be held on the 27th to the 29th September.

Full details and the entry form can be seen here and on the Tournaments Page.



9th Februiary 2019

Dave Cole v Martin Gawne  

      
There has been a game just added to the Games Page. Dave Cole v Martin Gawne in the recent Barrow A v Ulverston A league match.

Sorry Dave ! Hope you don't mind the world seeing one of your rare failures.




8th February 2019

ECF Grading.


According to the latest ECF newsletter we may be moving to an ELO system from January 2020.

Also monthly updates.

Wow ! About time !

If you do not have a copy of the ECF newsletter you can see the relevant news here. There is a link to a consultation form which is open to all players to fill in.

This is the link.


29th January 2019

Blackpool Chess Congress 2019  

      

The 2019 Blackpool Congress will be held on the 8th to the 10th March.

Full details and the entry form can be seen here and on the Blackpool Congress website.  Also on the Tournaments Page.





23rd January 2019

January 2019 Grades

The January ECF grades have now been issued and can be seen on the ECF Grading page.  

  The Top 10 grades - not including non-ECF and/or players who have not played any Cumbria games.
   
Name Club Grade
Stavros Karampatos Carlisle Austin Friars 184
Robin MossCarlisle Austin Friars184
Dave PhillipsWindermere178
Dave ColeBarrow170
Roger HartMaryport169
Neil MaxwellKeswick167
Alex BillingsWindermere166
Dave Siddall Carlisle Austin Friars 163
Holden DavisPenrith162
Martyn HarrisKendal162
David ShawKendal162
      
   Congragulations to Stavros & Robin on leading the table !


21st January 2019

World U20 Chess Championships
    

Holden Davis would like you to support

World U20 Chess Championships

by making a donation and spreading the word.  



As many of you are aware I am a 19 year old chess player from Penrith chess club and I have just received an invitation to the World U20 Chess Championships. I hope to play this event and represent Cumbria as my home county! Please share this! Regards!   Holden Davis


4th January 2019

Chester Centenary Rapidplay

Please note that this clashes with the Cumbria Individuals April 5th -7th
    

Chester Chess Club are holding a rapidplay on Sunday 7th April.

FIDE Rated Open
FIDE Rated U1900 Major
FIDE Rated U1600 Minor

ECF grades are used if no current FIDE rating.


 More details and the entry form can be seen here. 


14th December 2018

Matches without Arbiters    

I was asked recently what is the procedure to follow if a player is not recording the moves. After some investigation and emails to the ECF I have produced the following notes.

  1. Games submitted to the ECF for grading must be played in accordance with the FIDE Laws of Chess................. https://www.englishchess.org.uk/rules-for-acceptance-of-games-for-grading/
  2. According to the  Fide Laws of Chess at 8.1.1 - In the course of play each player is required to record his/her own moves and those of his/her opponent in the correct manner, move after move, as clearly and legibly as possible, in the algebraic notation (Appendix C), on the score sheet prescribed for the competition.
  3. The FIDE Laws of Chess present the rules but offer no advice on what to do if there is no arbiter present. The Chess Arbiters Association have produced a Guide for League Matches with no Arbiter. in this there is a section Common Situations 1 – Failure to Record.  From this we have -
    • Step 1.  The opponent should ask the player to keep his score sheet up to date.
    • Step 2.  A captain should ask the player to keep the scoresheet up to date.
    • For a first offence this would normally only be a verbal warning and the scoresheet brought up to date on the player’s own time.
    • For a second offence the opponent would be given an additional two minutes
    • For a third offence the opponent would be entitled to claim the game
     I
We have never had a problem with this matter in the past, and I sincerely hope that Step 1. above will resolve any problem.

However, there are some things to take from the above notes.
If 2 players cannot resolve a dispute between themselves then the captains have to act to some extent as arbiters. Our own Constitution states at 4 (1) g) - In the event of a dispute the matter shall be referred to the team captains for a decision; if they fail to agree, the matter shall be referred to the League Controller for a decision.

So I suggest that Team captains ( or Club Secretaries ) read and print the following documents and make sure copies are available during matches.
  I would think that disputes involving Quickplay finishes are more common, so I will attempt to issue some guidelines for these after the New Year.


7th December 2018

South Lakes Congress 2019

  

The 2019 South Lakes Congress will be held at the Kendal Leisure Centre on the 7th to the 9th June.

Full details and the entry form can be seen here and on the Tournaments Page.
 






1st December 2018

Whitaker Semi-Finals
    
The draw for the semi-finals of the Whitaker has taken place today assisted by Andy McAteer and can be seen on the Whitaker Page.

Please note that the last day for the matches to be played by is Saturday 16th February so plenty of time !


30th November 2018

Cumbria Individuals
    

The entry form for the Cumbria Individuals April 5th-7th 2019 has now been produced.

Full details and the entry form can be seen here and on the Tournaments Page.



   

23rd October 2018

John Toothill Memorial Correspondence Chess Tournament
    
  

The English Federation are organising a Memorial tournament for John Toothill whom you knew well. Although he hadn't played correspondence chess for quite some time, his CC achievements in the 1970's & 1980's deserve recognition. In view of his connection with Cumbria, we felt it was appropriate to ask the Cumbria Chess Association if they would like to nominate someone to take part?

The tournament will be 13 players, played on the ICCF server, starting December 2018 with 10 moves in 40 days time control. It will be a Minor Category tournament so players will be rated in the region 2100-2200. ICCF Title Norms will be available (CCE & CCM). I know it is unlikely you will find someone wishing to play CC but you never know! Could you let me know by 3 November at the latest please? That gives me time to ask others if you are unable to find a player. 

Thank you. 

Best wishes,
Neil Limbert

ICCF National Delegate for England

NB Please contact Jonathan Rashleigh ASAP if you are interested on the following email address -

  

22nd October 2018

Cumbria Team Rapid Play
    


The Results for the Cumbria Team Rapid Play held at the Crown Hotel, Eamont Bridge, Penrith on Saturday 13th October can be seen below and on the Tournaments Page.
 
 



Team Results



 

Individual Results


Gold
Board 1 : Dave Phillips (Windermere)
Board 2 : John Kelly (Castles)
Board 3 : Paul Rivers (Castles)

Silver
Board 1 : Robin Moss (Castles)
Board 2 : Bill Burgess (Oddfellows)
Board 3 : Fred Clough (Penrith A)

Bronze

Board 1 : Martin Gawne (Leave em laughing)
Board 2 : Andy McAtear (Penrith B)
Board 3 : Jonathan Rashleigh (Windermere)
   

19th October 2018

NCCU Club Championship

   

The NCCU Club Championship will be held during the first half of 2019. 

 

The Sections of the Championship will comprise the following:  

If enough teams enter a particular section, there could be a jamboree event at a central venue, if the teams agree. 

All NCCU and Northern Clubs can enter - £10 per team.

A third team entering from the same club would only pay £5.

A team comprising three juniors free to enter.  

Winners of each Section to receive an NCCU Trophy and a Digital Clock.  

The NCCU Club Rules will be adhered to with particular reference to the following:  

 Please enter teams by 30th December 2018. (When the draw and rules will be sent out to team captains by email)   

Teams wishing to enter should contact Keith Smith, the NCCU Club Championship Organiser - 


9th October 2018

Whitaker
    
The draw for the Round 2 of the Whitaker has taken place this evening assisted by Andy McAteer and can be seen on the Whitaker Page.

Please note that games have to be played prior to, or within 4 weeks and 1 day of the fixture date as in the Open League. So the last day for Round 2 matches to be played by is by Saturday 8th December so plenty of time !


9th October 2018

Cumbria County Matches

The following email had been sent out by our County Match Captain Andy McAteer -

Hello Chaps,

                       It has been brought to my attention that, as Cumbria have a team only in the under 160 section, some players, despite being willing, are unable to participate in inter-county matches. Therefore, if enough Cumbria players are interested (at least 16) and assuming that no one else wants to do it, I would be willing to arrange the matches. Naturally, as I'm crap at chess, I would be a non-playing Captain. As it is to be an Open team, it isn't necessary to be graded 160 or over, anyone can play but obviously, the team would primarily be intended for those who are ineligible for the U160.

If you or any of your club members are interested, please contact me. Please be aware that the organiser will be expecting entries imminently, so the sooner I get replies, the sooner I know whether or not we can enter a team.

..........Andy. (Cumbria Match Captain)


6th October 2018

Telephone Numbers.
  
Please be aware that I have removed telephone numbers from the County Officers and the Clubs pages. This is because I noticed that on our web site some numbers were showing up as a link. I was rather alarmed by this, thinking how some nasty people may be latching on to them somehow. I am guessing that we did not really need them, however if you really want your number up there just let me know.

Also, for those of you who do not already know, the email addresses are not text but pictures, again to frustrate the baddies.

Dave

13th September 2018

Whitaker
    
The draw for the first round of the Whitaker took place at Kendal Chess Club this evening by Ken Jackson & David Dean and can be seen on the Whitaker Page.

Please note that games have to be played prior to, or within 4 weeks and 1 day of the fixture date as in the Open League. So the last day for Round 1 matches to be played by is Saturday 27th October.


9th September 2018

Digital Chess Clocks
    

Phil Walters has suggested that anyone looking for a digital chess clock should have a look at the Leap Digital Chess Clock (FIDE Approved) sold by Chess Direct.

Worth a look !


   

7th September 2018

Cumbria Team Rapid Play
    

The Cumbria Team Rapid Play for 2018 will be held at the Crown Hotel, Eamont Bridge, Penrith on Saturday 13th October.

Full details and the entry form can be seen here and on the Tournaments Page.



   

7th September 2018

New Constitution.
  
Following the EGM the Constitution has the following changes.

4(2) f) For the Club Open League the fixture must be played prior to the fixture date or within 4 weeks and 1 day of that date. For the Cumbria South League, matches shall be played as near as can be agreed to the stipulated date. 

4(2) g) Exceptions to rule f above will require the permission of the League Controller.  Shortage of available players or non-availability of the normal playing venue shall not constitute a reason for the match not be arranged within the stipulated time. 

4(2) h) In order to establish the date upon which a fixture will be played the home team captain must contact the away team captain prior to the fixture date with the intention of agreeing a match date. If a mutually agreed date cannot be made the home team captain should formally offer two reasonable dates, one of which the away team captain should accept.
If the match is not  played within the stipulated period and no team has a win by default, then no points are scored for either team unless the League Controller has already agreed an exception.

 4 (3) c) The match date shall be arranged between the captains of the two teams on the same basis as for fixtures played in the Club Open League as set out in rules 4(2)f to 4(2)h above.


See the whole document here and on the Library Page.

Please note -

We do need rules, but our outlook is as always one of mutual consideration. Some teams may struggle this year and may need help. I urge captains to contact each other to arrange matches at the earliest convenience and in keeping with the spirit and co-operation shown by all clubs at the Special General Meeting.

7th September 2018

2018-19 Fixtures.
  
The fixtures can be seen on the Fixtures Page.

Sorry to report that Sasra have had to drop out. Barrow have replaced them in the fixtures.

Please note -

For the Open League, and the Whitaker, games are to be played prior to, or within 4 weeks and 1 day of the fixture date. 
27th August 2018

Niamh Bridgemann
 
 The following email has been received from Matt Bridgemann - who once played at Kendal for a few weeks with his daughter Niamh.

Niamh has recently been selected to play at the World Cadets Championship in Santiago De Compostela, Spain between the 3rd and 16th November. She'll be going in the 11 round, Under 12 Girls event. We've put together a crowd funding page at the Just Giving website to help fund the trip. The ECF have provided an estimated cost, not including flights, of over £2800 for Niamh and an accompanying adult to attend the championship. Pretty steep! If you and Bill could perhaps arrange for the link to be put on the Lancashire and Cumbria Chess websites (and Twitter) it might help Niamh's cause. 

Here's the link;

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/niamh-bridgeman

Cheers,
Matt


13th August 2018

Fixtures 2018-19.
 
I have done the fixtures early this year as I am away from Wednesday 29th August until Wednesday 5th September and the first fixture date for the Open League is on Saturday 15th September. See the Fixtures Page.

That does not allow much time, so if the rules still say that the Home Captain has to contact the away team 2 weeks before fixture date, I think that for this first fixture we will have to be flexible and just do the best we can.

I may have to change some things depending on what is decided at the Special General Meeting.

Dave


15th August 2018

Special General Meeting Saturday 1st September

 



The following email has been sent to all Association & Club Members-
 

 
   

Dear Association Officers and Club Secretaries 

In conformance with the Cumbria Chess Association Constitution, I attach an agenda providing 14 days notice of a Special General Meeting of the Association  which has been requested by more than 12 Association members representing more than 3 affiliated clubs. 

The meeting will be held Saturday 1st September as the Crown Hotel at Eamont Bridge commencing at 2pm. 

The single agenda item will be to discuss proposals to change the rules for establishing the dates upon which fixtures in the Open League will be played.  The current rules in section 4 or the Constitution were put in place following decisions taken at the 2018 Annual General Meeting.  The current version of the Constitution is available on the Association website. 

As at Annual General Meetings, voting at the Special General Meeting will be by show of hands of those present.

This notice will also be posted on the Association website.

Yours sincerely
Jonathan Rashleigh - Secretary



13th August 2018

Club Memberships 2018-19.
 

Club Secretaries to post their club Membership list, Cumbria and ECF Membership fees (where appropriate) to the Cumbria Membership Secretary.

Address to send fees: Dave Cole, 26 St Quintin Ave, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA13 9HB. Email membership list to dave.cole@baesystems.com



See the form here and on the Library Page, for full details.


6th August 2018

County Chess and Games Page.


Please note that Andy McAtear is now running the County Chess Page and the Games Page.

These are not under CumbriaChess.com so there is a very small delay.

Please send Andy any games for publishing. I am sure he will be pestering you all in the near future !





26th July 2018

July 2018 Grades

The July ECF grades have now been issued and can be seen on the ECF Grading page.  

  The Top 10 grades
   
Name Club Grade
Stavros Karampatos Carlisle Austin Friars 189
Michael L GreenCarlisle Austin Friars186
Dave PhillipsWindermere183
Matthew Mackenzie Barrow 180
John Toothill Windermere175
Roger HartMaryport169
Tamsin Jones  Carlisle Austin Friars 168
Martyn HarrisKendal167
Dave Cole Barrow 166
Neil MaxwellKeswick165
      
   Congragulations to Stavros on leading the table ( again ) !


20th July 2018

Chess in Schools

John Lydon from Carlisle Chess Club is now working with the Chess in Schools programme and has made a start with Upperby School in Carlisle.

He would like to draw attention to the Chess in Schools website. Please have a look.




Their Mission Statement -

Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC) is a UK charity whose mission is to improve childrenâ€ââ€Å¾¢s educational outcomes and social development by introducing them to the game of chess. Founded in 2009, we now teach in over 300 schools and support 500 more nationwide. We also organise a world-class tournament, the London Chess Classic.


17th July 2018

Constitution 2018
    


The 2017 constitution has been released and can be seen here, and on the Library Page.






A summary of changes -
Exceptions to the rule above will require the permission of the League Controller. Shortage of available players or non-availability of the normal playing venue shall not constitute a reason for the match not be arranged within the stipulated time. 

       In order to agree the date upon which a fixture will be played, the following rules must be observed:

  1.  The home team captain must contact the away team captain at least two weeks before the stipulated fixture date to try and agree a date and offering at least one date.  If this does not occur then the away team captain can claim the match by default.
  2. The away team captain must respond at least one week before the stipulated fixture date, accepting an offered date or to negotiate with the home team captain another mutually agreeable date.  If this does not occur then the home team captain can claim the match by default.
  3. If a mutually agreeable date cannot be established, the home team captain must contact the away team captain offering two dates which do not have to include any previously offered date, one of which the away team captain has to accept. This offer of two dates must be made at least 4 days before the first of these offered dates
  4. The offered dates should be on the basis of a 1pm or 2pm start for matches to be played at a weekend or 7pm or 7:30pm for matches to be played on weekday or other times by mutual agreement.
  5. For the purposes of the above rules, email is a valid form of contact and where possible documentary evidence should be retained in support of any potential default claim.
  6. If the home team premises or a suitable alternative for the home venue are not available, then the home team must offer to play the match at the away team venue 
  7. If the game is played more than 6 days after the original fixture date no points shall be scored for either team unless the League Controller has already agreed an exception.
  I shall give examples of the above in the next few weeks.

   Other points -  
11th July 2018

NCCU PENNINE CUP.

A one-day jamboree tournament for Under 16 teams at Ackworth School, Ackworth, Pontefract,West Yorkshire WF7 7LT

Saturday, 6th October 10:30am-6:30pm

Full details and the entry form here.

 Note. A list of tournaments including junior ones can be seen on the Tournaments Page.


9th July 2018

Chess.com Cumbria Chess


John Kelly of Carlisle has created a Cumbria Chess Association Online Club at Chess.com and can be accessed here.

Are you a Cumbrian Chess Player? Then join our online club to play and chat with fellow players across Cumbria. 

Login, let us know who you are and request membership to access our Tournaments, Matches and Forums.



25th June 2018

Cumbria Individuals 2019
    


The Cumbria Individuals for 2019 will be held at Shap Memorial Hall on the weekend of 5th-7th of April.




   

23rd June 2018

Cumbria Chess AGM
     
The main amendment is that for the Open League and the Whitaker all matches are to be played in the week designated by the fixtures. Details will be decided before the start of next season. 

In the Whitaker the away teams will have White on odd boards as in League matches.

Clive Hutchby of Keswick takes the post of Publicity Officer.

Full minutes will follow.




Barrow A won the South League.






Penrith 1 won the Whitaker.




 

Dave Siddall won the Cumbria Individual.





19th June 2018

NCCU AGM Minutes.


The latest NCCU AGM minutes can be seen here, and on the Library Page.




16th June 2018

Cumbria Chess AGM
   


Don't forget !

Our AGM is next Saturday 23rd June at the Crown Hotel, Eamont Bridge 2pm.


         

Please check the following -

13th June 2018

22nd South Lakes 2018 Prize Winners

OPEN    £300   M Surtees

=2nd   £50     T Wall,     A Richardson ,  J Burnett,

MAJOR   =1st   £225   D Lovejoy,      K Potter,

£15  =Grading prize   R Clegg,   C Heald       J Cawston,   S Potter

£30    Best Cumbria player   D Siddall

INTERMEDIATE   =1st   £90    M Connor, T Dickerson, M Beardsley, S Clare, D Newell,

£30   Grading prize   C Carey,   S Parry

£30   Best Cumbria player   C Dodd (see note(i) below)

MINOR    =1st   £90   Andy Kelly, D Scorer, P Coleman, Alan Kelly. G Miller

£30    Grading prize   P Jackson , R Bohm

£30    Best Cumbria player   B Henderson

Note(i) The Cumbria prize cannot be shared and goes to the lowest grade on the same points.

For full results see here and on the Tournaments Page


 


Carlisle world chess tour reaches the South Lakes.




10th May 2018

Cumbria Chess AGM
   

The following email was sent to Cumbria Chess Secretaries on the 5th May. Hopefully all Cumbria Club members have all received it !

If not, please let me and your secretary know.


         

Dear Officers and Club Secretaries 

The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Cumbria Chess Association will take place on Saturday 23rd June  at the Crown Hotel, Eamont Bridge  commencing at 2pm.

Please let me know before 31st May of any proposals for change or other items that your Club would like to be included in the agenda.  The final meeting agenda will be circulated in the first week of June.

Regards
Jonathan Rashleigh
Secretary CCA


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Open League
Team Pld Pts
Carlisle A944
Windermere938½
Barrow931½
Carlisle B931½
Penrith A929
Keswick A928
Maryport926½
Penrith B918
Keswick B913
Carlisle C910

South League
Team Pld Pts
Barrow A834½
Kendal833½
Ulverston A822½
Ulverston B819
Barrow B810½

See League Tables for full details.



See ECF Grading page for grades.
  
The Clubs Page has a link to grades for each club



Join Cumbria Chess Online Club  here.


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