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Posted 22 November 2017   Author Young Chelsea   Category Special Event

 

Young Chelsea Weekend Events in 2018

Young Chelsea tournament committee members, led by Brian McGuire, have put together a schedule of club events to be held Saturdays, Sundays, or whole weekends. Some of the events are old favourites; others are new. Please save the dates in your diary. You will find the events in the calendar, but note that exact timings have not been finalised for every one of them.

 

Update: 20 December 2017

In a change to the originally published schedule, the Keith Loveys individual and summer party will not now take place on Saturday, 19 May. (This date is becoming more and more crowded with national cultural events. It is the date of the FA Cup Final, and has recently been announced as the date of the forthcoming royal wedding.) Instead, the Individual and Party will take place on Saturday, 30 June. The weekend event originally due to have started on 30 June will not take place then. (The tournament committee is looking to provide an alternative weekend event later in the year, and having an alternative one‑day event on 19 May.)

 

Update: 31 January 2017

Niall Igoe, who was attempting to organize a junior event for 10 February, has indicated that there was insufficient demand on this date. He will organise the event on another date, yet to be determined, later in the year.

 

 

  • Sunday, 7 January 2018—Pivot Teams of 48 boards open to all
  • Sunday, 4 March 2018—Swiss Teams
  • Saturday, 7 April 2018—Mixed Pairs
  • Saturday, 28 April 2018—Cross‑IMPed 12‑hour Half Marathon
  • (Saturday, 19 May 2018—format to be decided, tentative date)
  • Saturday, 30 June 2018—Keith Loveys Individual, followed by Summer Party
  • (Weekend, 15 & 16 September 2018—Ladies Swiss Teams, tentative date)

 

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