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  1. #46
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    Johns-Putra (AusJCL) JETS 2010_Melbourne Mini-squad Meeting

    AusJCL and Johns-Putra are proud to announce a second Johns-Putra JETS Mini-squad meeting in Melbourne. Details as follows:

    Date: June 15 (the day after the Victorian Open)
    Time 18.30 - 21.00
    Trainer: Grandmaster Darryl Johansen
    Contact: deva@corplink.com.au 0403 414 833
    Venue: Chess Ideas Headquarters, Suite 1, Level 1, 83 Glen Eira Road,
    Ripponlea, Vic 3185

    Invitees:
    All Victorian members of the 2010 JETS Squad and all Victorian
    applicants for the squad.
    Interstate JETS member(s) who are competing in the Victorian Open is/are also
    welcome to attend.

    Attendees are requested to reserve their place.

    Players are requested to bring along their best game from the Victorian Open.
    siow, weng nian

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    Will this same opportunity be offered in all other states?

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    AusJCL_Applicants for Selection for International events

    Dear All Australian Juniors and Chess Parents,

    I have received the following applications from juniors for the honour to represent Australia in 2010 International chess tournaments. If I have made any mistake inadvertently, please email me to rectify. Applications is now closed as the deadline was the 31st March 2010.

    If I have emailed you a document, entitled "Rules and Conditions for Overseas Junior Events", please reply by email to confirm your acceptance of the contents of the document. Otherwise, your application will not proceed.

    May 9-19
    Commonwealth Championships (including age groups)
    New Delhi, India
    http://www.delhichess.com/


    Under 16 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 14 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 12 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 16 Girls
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Clarise Koh

    June 4–13
    Asean+ Age Group Championships
    Subic Bay, Phillipines


    Under 16 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 14 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 12 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 10 Open
    Mishael Chellappah
    Jamie-Lee Guo

    Under 8 Open
    Ethan Lim

    Under 16 Girls
    Emma Guo
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Clarise Koh
    Mirakla Mithran

    Under 12 Girls
    Denise Lim

    July 8-18
    Asian Youth Chess Championships
    Beijing, China


    Under 16 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 14 Open
    Chen PengYu
    Cedric Koh
    Yi Liu
    Isaac Ng
    Joshua Ng

    Under 12 Open
    Sean Gu
    Cedric Koh

    Under 10 Open
    Mishael Chellappah
    Noah Gong
    Jamie-Lee Guo

    Under 8 Open
    Noah Gong

    Under 16 Girls
    Emma Guo
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Clarise Koh
    Mirakla Mithran
    Caroline Shan
    Leteisha Simmonds

    Under 12 Girls
    Savithri Narenthran

    Under 10 Girls
    Grace Shan

    July 24-Aug 1
    World Youth U/16 Chess Olympiad
    Turkey,Antalya


    Abbie Kanagarajah
    Peter Wallmueller

    Aug 2-17
    World Junior (U/20) Open Ch.and Girls Ch.
    Chotowa Czarna, Poland
    http://www.wjcc2010.pl/en


    Emma Guo
    Sherab Guo Yuthok
    Abbie Kanagarajah

    September 1-8
    Malaysian Open
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


    Under 12 Open
    Ethan Derwent

    Oct 19-31
    World Youth Championships
    Haikidiki, Greece


    Under 18 Open
    Sam Grigg

    Under 16 Open
    Cedric Koh

    Under 14 Open
    Bobby Cheng
    Cedric Koh
    Isaac Ng
    Joshua Ng

    Under 12 Open
    Ethan Derwent
    Sean Gu
    Cedric Koh
    Zachary Loh
    Peter Wallmueller

    Under 10 Open
    Mishael Chellappah
    Jamie-Lee Guo
    Peter Wallmueller

    Under 16 Girls
    Emma Guo
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Abbie Kanagarajah
    Clarise Koh
    Mirakla Mithran
    Leteisha Simmonds
    Last edited by siow, weng nian; 07-04-2010 at 05:48 PM.
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    Johns-Putra (AusJCL) JETS 2010_Mini-squad Meetings

    Quote Originally Posted by Garvinator
    Will this same opportunity be offered in all other states?
    @Garvinator: In post #42, The following statement was made:

    Addendum: AusJCL is also planning to run mini-training camps in other major Australian capital cities throughout the year, probably in conjunction with the 2010 Yulgilbar-Think Big Australian Grand Prix events. All unsuccessful applicants will be invited to apply for these training camps. More information will be forthcoming.
    The first JETS mini-camp in Perth was announced in post #45.
    siow, weng nian

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    AusJCL_Applicants for Selection for International events

    I inadvertently left out a junior's name for the World Juniors. Amended version as follows:

    Aug 2-17
    World Junior (U/20) Open Ch.and Girls Ch.
    Chotowa Czarna, Poland
    http://www.wjcc2010.pl/en


    Emma Guo
    Sherab Guo Yuthok
    Abbie Kanagarajah
    Tamzin Oliver
    siow, weng nian

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    Be aware of all that is and dwell in the infinite.
    The sky is blue. Is that really so?
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    AusJCL_Selection for International events

    International Selections Update

    Now that SIO and Doeberl Cup are over, efforts to have selections ready will intensify. I am trying for the deadline of end of April for selections. There may be a slight delay due to a recent bereavement in the family and I had to head overseas for 9 days (not an excuse but an explanation).

    I am aware that some events have dates in May and first week in June as the closing date for entries into the International Chess competitions, ie the Asian Youth (Beijing) and the World Junior (Poland), and the Commonweatlh Chess and the Asean Age Group (Subic Bay) are pretty much now accepting entries. If necessary, the selections may be staged.

    Again, thanks in advance for your patience.
    siow, weng nian

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    AusJCL_Applicants for Selection for International events

    Please note a further amendment to Applicants for Selection for International events.

    This post is notice that the Malaysia Open is removed from the list of events for which AusJCL selections and endorsement is required.

    Explanation:
    In my haste to publish the list of applicants, I overlooked the fact that one of the events do not require selections, namely the Malaysia Open. Anyone can enter provided you pay the entry fee. I refer you to this ChessChat thread http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=11727 where FM Brian Jones have posted relevant information. In fact, any juniors/chess parent intending to participate should contact Brian at info@chessaustralia.com.au or call him at 02 9838 1529. He is sort of coordinating the Australian contingent participating in the event.
    siow, weng nian

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    Be aware of all that is and dwell in the infinite.
    The sky is blue. Is that really so?
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    Johns-Putra (AusJCL) JETS 2010_Gold Coast Mini-squad Meeting

    AusJCL and Johns-Putra are proud to announce a third Johns-Putra JETS Mini-squad meeting in the Gold Coast. Details as follows.

    Johns-Putra Junior Elite Training Squad meeting on the Gold Coast

    Date: Monday June 28th (the day after the Gold Coast Open)
    Time 13:00 - 17:00
    Trainer: Grandmaster Ian Rogers
    Contact: GMIanRogers@gmail.com Mobile: 0416599230
    Venue: Gardiner Chess Centre, Mudgeeraba

    To be invited:

    All Queensland members of the 2010 JETS Squad and all Queensland
    applicants for the squad.

    Interstate JETS members who are competing in the Gold Coast Open are also
    welcome to attend.

    Attendees are requested to reserve their places and to bring with them their games from the Gold Coast Open.
    siow, weng nian

    Do not think that you know.
    Be aware of all that is and dwell in the infinite.
    The sky is blue. Is that really so?
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    Changes to the Johns-Putra (AusJCL) JETS 2010_Perth Mini-squad Meeting

    The Johns-Putra Junior Elite Training Squad meeting in Perth was announced earlier. However there is now a slight change in the plans. Details are as follows:

    Johns-Putra Junior Elite Training Squad meeting in Perth

    Date: June 5 (the day before the Foundation Day Open)
    Time 10.00 - 16.00
    Trainer: Grandmaster Ian Rogers
    Contact: GMIanRogers@gmail.com Mobile: 0416599230
    Venue: Legacy House, 64 Mill Point Road, South Perth

    To be invited:

    All WA members of the 2010 JETS Squad and all WA
    applicants for the squad, gratis.

    Interstate JETS members who are competing in the Foundation Day Open are also
    welcome to attend gratis.

    A small number of local juniors may also be accepted. A fee of $30 will be charged for non-JETS attendees.

    Attendees are requested to reserve their places.
    siow, weng nian

    Do not think that you know.
    Be aware of all that is and dwell in the infinite.
    The sky is blue. Is that really so?
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    Is Johs-Putra Ltd related to Geraldine Johns-Putra, Melbourne player of 1990s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Igor_Goldenberg
    Is Johs-Putra Ltd related to Geraldine Johns-Putra, Melbourne player of 1990s?
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    AusJCL_Selection for International events

    AusJCL Selections for the 2010 International Junior Events

    These are the selections for the 2010 International Junior Events. The players are listed in order of selection, the * indicates that this player is the primary selected player in that category (and whose name is also in bold).

    Important: Please read the Notes at the end of the list of selection.


    June 413
    Asean+ Age Group Championships
    Subic Bay, Phillipines


    Under 14 Open
    Cedric Koh*

    Under 12 Open
    Cedric Koh*

    Under 10 Open
    Jamie-Lee Guo *
    Mishael Chellappah

    Under 8 Open
    Ethan Lim*

    Under 16 Girls
    Emma Guo*
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Mirakla Mithran*
    Clarise Koh

    Under 12 Girls
    Denise Lim*

    July 8-18
    Asian Youth Chess Championships
    Beijing, China


    Under 14 Open
    Chen PengYu*
    Yi Liu
    Isaac Ng
    Cedric Koh
    Joshua Ng

    Under 12 Open
    Sean Gu*
    Cedric Koh

    Under 10 Open
    Jamie-Lee Guo*
    Noah Gong
    Mishael Chellappah

    Under 8 Open
    Noah Gong*

    Under 16 Girls
    Emma Guo*
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Leteisha Simmonds*
    Mirakla Mithran
    Clarise Koh
    Caroline Shan

    Under 12 Girls
    Savithri Narenthran*

    Under 10 Girls
    Grace Shan*

    July 24-Aug 1
    World Youth U/16 Chess Olympiad
    Turkey,Antalya


    No selections as there was insufficient interest to form a team

    Aug 2-17
    World Junior (U/20) Open Ch and Girls Ch
    Chotowa Czarna, Poland


    U/20 Open
    Sherab Guo Yuthok*

    U/20 Girls
    Emma Guo*
    Tamzin Oliver
    Abbie Kanagarajah

    Oct 19-31
    World Youth Championships
    Haikidiki, Greece


    Under 18 Open
    Sam Grigg*

    Under 14 Open
    Isaac Ng*
    Cedric Koh
    Joshua Ng
    [note: Bobby Cheng withdrew his application.]

    Under 12 Open
    Sean Gu*
    Zachary Loh
    Cedric Koh
    Ethan Derwent
    Peter Wallmueller

    Under 10 Open
    Peter Wallmueller*
    Jamie-Lee Guo
    Mishael Chellappah

    Under 16 Girls
    Emma Guo*
    Clarise Koh

    Under 14 Girls
    Leteisha Simmonds*
    Abbie Kanagarajah
    Mirakla Mithran
    Clarise Koh



    Notes

    All players have the right to appeal. See http://www.auschess.org.au/constitut...res_By-law.txt

    9. Appeals

    9.1 An applicant may appeal the results of a selection within 7 days after having been informed, pursuant to clause 8, of the results of the selection.

    9.2 Appeals shall given to the Selections Director and shall be accompanied by a $200 appeal fee which shall be refunded if the appeal is upheld.

    9.3 Appeals shall be on the basis that either:

    9.3.1 There was a material error or omission in the selection process that has disadvantaged the applicant.

    9.3.1.1. Paragraph 9.3.1 does not apply to an alleged material error or omission relating to the eligibility of an applicant for selection, other than the eligibility requirement in paragraph 4.3.1.

    9.3.2 That the applicant was clearly ranked such that no selectors could have reasonably given the applicant that ranking based on the information supplied to the selectors.

    Note: It is not sufficient to appeal on the basis that a player thinks that he/she should have been selected. The ranking of the selectors has to be clearly incorrect and unreasonable.

    9.4 On receipt of an appeal all players involved in the selection which is subject to the appeal shall be advised that the appeal has been lodged.

    9.5 Each player against whose selection an appeal has been lodged shall be given a copy of the appeal and an opportunity to state in writing, within 7 days after having been given the appeal, his or her case with respect to the appeal.

    10 Appeals Tribunal

    10.1 The Council shall appoint a person known as the ACF Appeals Tribunal Convenor (ATC) who shall be an ACF Honorary Life Member, a former ACF President or an eminent person with appropriate knowledge of chess and of the issues involved in the appeal.

    10.2 The ATC shall appoint two other persons, each being either an ACF Honorary Life Member, a former ACF President or Deputy President or an eminent person as described in clause 10.1 to form a three person tribunal with the ATC. (available from http://www.auschess.org.au/constitut...b%202008.p df online)
    Appeals will close on Monday 10th May 2010.


    Additional Notes/Instructions

    Players selected for World Youth and World Junior events!!

    A. If you have a * next to your name and your names in bold, let me know on or before Friday 14th May 2010 whether or not you are accepting your selection (sooner is better, as I can then pass the selection down to the next person on the list). If I do not hear from you on or before the Friday 14th May 2010, I will presume you are not going and the next person on the ranked list will be offered the primary selection.

    B. If you do NOT have a * next to your name, let me know by on or before Friday 14th May 2010 one of the following three responses:

    1) confirm you will be going regardless of whether or not you have the primary selection;
    2) confirm you will not be going regardless of whether or not you have the primary selection;
    3) confirm you will only be going if and when offered primary selection.

    All other players

    I will be giving you the email addresses of all people wishing to attend the events you are playing, as well as sending you the information (when it is put up by FIDE) and you can organise it amongst yourself - if there is free food/accom for a player in an age group, then it is the individual with the * next to their name who will get it. You may contact me for advice if needed.

    Everyone!!!

    Check your email daily, as I will be emailing you if there are any appeals regarding your selection, or if you are a person without a * and you become someone with a * (due to the fact the person(s) above you turned down their selection) to let you know this has happened.

    Please note

    U8-U18 divisions are held AT THE SAME TIME therefore you CANNOT be a player in multiple divisions in the one tournament. If you have a * next to your name in more then one division of the World Youths, let me know which of these divisions you wish to play in.
    siow, weng nian

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    AusJCL and International Selections

    Appeals

    This is to inform that I have not received any appeals to AusJCL Selections for 2010 International Events released on 2nd May 2010 by the appeals deadline of 10th May 2010.

    Can everyone who is selected as primary selection please confirm your selection ASAP and in particular for the Asian Youth as the deadline for the submission of entries is 1st June 2010.

    Please note that entries have to be submitted as a group and Australian juniors travelling overseas must travel as a Team and compete in International Events as a Team.
    siow, weng nian

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    Be aware of all that is and dwell in the infinite.
    The sky is blue. Is that really so?
    Or does it only look blue because it stretches off into infinity?


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