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    I noticed in the Newsletter that Elvira Berend was listed as Belgium. She represents Luxembourg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost View Post
    I noticed in the Newsletter that Elvira Berend was listed as Belgium. She represents Luxembourg.

    well we of yester generations can always claim Benelux, ain't it so Frank?
    BTW another excellent job chief, Good on ya and keep up the good work!
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    31 January 2019 issue of ACF Newsletter now out: see

    https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u...&id=6135bdb01b

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    Quote Originally Posted by ER View Post
    Good on ya and keep up the good work!
    Am still here like a bad penny!

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    Hi Kevin.. it was a very good newsletter but there was another mistake: Under completed tournaments in Australia for 2018, all 4 titles under the ASTC were won by Victoria. The Primary School Girls results you posted were last years results.
    Last edited by Calvin JA; 03-02-2019 at 07:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin JA View Post
    Hi Kevin.. it was a very good newsletter but there was another mistake: Under completed tournaments in Australia for 2018, all 4 titles under the ASTC were won by Victoria. The Primary School Girls results you posted were last years results.
    I didn't have anything to do with that item.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin JA View Post
    Hi Kevin.. it was a very good newsletter but there was another mistake: Under completed tournaments in Australia for 2018, all 4 titles under the ASTC were won by Victoria. The Primary School Girls results you posted were last years results.
    Thanks for (the compliment and also) picking up the error which had nothing to do with Kevin and everything to do with the newsletter editor's increasing proneness to nodding off like Homer [ indignor quandoque bonus dormitat Homerus ].

    The good news is that one can happily acknowledge Victoria has indeed swept the field and won all four schools team championships, improving on the news from the previous year which results were passed off as that for December 2018.

    The recent championships results [http://sajuniorchess.org/2018-austra...ampionships/]:

    Primary Open
    1 Waverley Christian College, VIC 19
    2 MacGregor State School, QLD 14.5
    3 Sydney Grammar St Ives, NSW 9
    4 Prince Alfred College, SA 7
    5 Radford College, ACT 6
    6 Mount Lawley Primary School, WA 4.5


    Primary Girls
    1 Glendal Primary School, VIC 19
    2 Kings Christian College, QLD 12
    3-4 Neutral Bay Public School, NSW 10.5
    Turner Primary School, ACT 10.5
    5 East Marden Primary School, SA 8
    6 Wilderness School, SA 0


    Secondary Open
    1 Melbourne High, VIC 15
    2 Knox Grammar School, NSW 13
    3 Prince Alfred College, SA 12.5
    4 Anglican Church Grammar S , QLD 12
    5 Canberra Grammar, ACT 7.5


    Secondary Girls
    1 Presbyterian Ladies College, VIC 20
    2 Brisbane Girls Grammar Sc, QLD 15
    3 James Ruse Agricultural H, NSW 13
    4-5 Walford School, SA 6
    Wilderness School, SA 6
    Last edited by Frank; 03-02-2019 at 10:55 AM.

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    The 28 February issue has just come out at https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u...&id=aa412f5675

    See the exclusive interview with GM Max Illingworth who announced his shock retirement from competitive chess on 22 February and also the wonderful report and annotated game by WGM Julia Ryjanova at the Zonal in beautiful downtown Guam.

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    30 April 2019 issue now out or read it at https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u...&id=b25bf20966

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    31 May 2019 issue now out, you can read it at https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u...&id=6a2cc5c2d1

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    The latest issue 30 June 2019 now out and can be read at

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    Should a national Federation engage in political lobbying for a patron in return for funding?

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    The latest issue 31 July is now out. See https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u...&id=3eb8ed1546

    Want to play in a tournament in northern India?

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