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Mid Sussex league agm

Many thanks to you all for your feedback. Below is an update on the meeting itself (scroll to the bottom for the outcome)

Shortly after sending you my original note, I received the actual agenda, which showed 4 separate proposals for time changes, which I paraphrase here:

(a) From Francis Rayner (Hastings): default is 50 moves in 100 minutes for Div 1, same for other divs if time available, if not, then similar to the current time control
(b) From Lewes: default is all moves in 80 minutes + 10 secs for all divs
(c) From Brighton: Default for Div 1 as present, other divs 80/10
(d) From Eastbourne: Default for all divs, all moves in 65 minutes with 30 secs from move 1.

The meeting was fairly well attended. From Hastings we had myself, PK, MW as 3 team captains, along with Howard Tebbs (late replacement from Marc who was unwell), and Francis who attended to speak for his own motion.

The item opened with the chair (surprisingly in my view) having an opening vote to essentially do away with adjudication, and move towards an incremental time control as the default time. This was passed overwhelmingly with very little debate, meaning option (a) and (c) fell immediately.

There followed a lengthy discussion, at which I concluded whilst the majority of people present wanted to move away from adjudication and go to 80/10, little thought had been given to the bigger picture. In particular, what happens if (as happens at some venues) play needs to stop at a given time because the venue closes. The only solution (other than the preposterous suggestions “captains getting together and decide” and “the players will work it out”) was to ensure the rules included a provision for adjudication.

Moreover, the feedback I received and read elsewhere from stronger, experienced div 1 players indicated a severe dislike of 80/10 because it would affect the quality of the game. It was quite possible that many strong players would refuse to play under such a time control, risking the credibility and unity of the league.

At the meeting itself, it was clear to me that 80/10 was being pushed by “weaker” players at the disregard of stronger players, so we ensured the proposal from Eastbourne (formally lodged by Adrian Pickersgill, but presented by Oliver Froom, both what I consider to be strong div 1 players) was given a proper airing. When it came to the vote, 80/10 achieved 12 votes, whilst 65/30 achieved 14 votes (including all Hastings votes).

. There was no competition for places at the actual election, A number of matters arising from last year’s AGM (eg lack of a child safeguarding policy) had not been addressed in the intervening 12 months.

OUTCOME: next season, the MSL will trial a default time control for all divisions of all the moves in 65 minutes with an increment of 30 seconds from the beginning. Players will therefore need to write down all the moves for the entire game. Players can agree at the start to a stop at 60 moves (the equivalent to a maximum 3 hours 10 minutes). Other optional time controls will be available by agreement of the 2 players (80/10, 42 in 90, quick play finish).

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NOTICE OF THE DATE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE HASTINGS & ST. LEONARDS CHESS CLUB

AGM Sunday 09 September 2018
starting 2.30 pm
Nominations in by 12 August
Written Reports in by 8 August

NOTICE OF THE DATE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE HASTINGS & ST. LEONARDS CHESS CLUB
In accordance with Clause 4.2.3 of the Club Constitution please take notice that the Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held at the Club (at Pelton House, 2 Cornwallis Terrace, Hastings) on Sunday 09 September 2018 starting at 2:30 p.m.
The A.G.M. will be followed by the customary President’s versus Chairman’s match for the Reg Cload Trophy.
Proposals to be considered by the Annual General Meeting are hereby invited. By convention such proposals should also be seconded. Proposals should reach the Chairman (at the Club) no later than 12 August 2018. Note that proposals to be made by the Committee may be made after that deadline. (Club Constitution 4.2.4) Proposals may be delivered to the Chairman by other means but at the sender’s risk. e-mail for AGM proposals (and nominations): info@hastingschessclub.co.uk; it is suggested that senders seek to confirm receipt.
A sheet inviting nominations hasl bein posted at the Club . By convention such nominations should be proposed and also be seconded. If you intend to nominate someone please check that they are willing to accept nomination. Nominations may also be made direct to the Chairman, and when time allows he will transfer them to the sheet at the Club.
All reasonable expenses incurred in carrying out Club duties are reimbursed.
Members wishing to talk informally about the above matters, or about any post at all, should feel free to speak with Chairman or Treasurer as appropriate.
Finally, I suggest that, if you feel that an incumbent is doing an acceptable job, and you do not want the job yourself, and you have no one better to propose, then you consider nominating them – it can be disheartening to incumbents if members feel unable to show even that level of tacit approval.
Nominations made no later than 12 August 2018, or by the Committee at its expected meeting before the AGM, will appear on the Agenda when it is circulated. Nominations made later, including those made at the Meeting itself, will be perfectly valid but will not be listed on the Agenda.
The Agenda and all other papers for the Annual General Meeting will be circulated by Sunday 26 August 2018.

Marc Bryant,
Chairman

EliSabeth Lewis

Hi
. They are starting proceedings at a church hall close to Pisarro’s pub close to Mark& Spencers called The Friends Meeting House (Quakers) At 12 midday on the 11th . An hour for having some chatting a sandwich and a cup of tea. Then at 2 they’ll have some talks about Elizabeth’s life and hobbies. Some of her art and memoirs will be on display. At 3:15 funeral directors will take Elizabeth to the crematorium and the service will take place at 3:30.
So the date is def 11th next Wednesday.
Regards
Lona

mINUTES of the Directors Meeting Tuesday 05 June 2018

INUTES of the Directors Meeting Tuesday 05 June 2018 1815-1850

Present: M Bryant, A Cload, K Lucas, W Penfold, L Steuart, J Wheeler [6]
Member: A Penfold

1 Apologies for Absence: A Hustwayte

2 Minutes of the meeting Tuesday 05 June 2018 – agreed, signed by the Chairman.

3 Matters arising not already on the Agenda – none

4 Chairman’s Matters
4.1 Framing of pictures – on-going
4.2 Dordrecht’ – lost 86-61 but otherwise very successful
4.3 Curtains – still to do
4.4 New Data Protestation Reg – now law

5 Secs’ Reports and Correspondence
5.1 Company – JW advises now all up-to-date
5.2 Club – KL nothing to report

6 Treasurer Report on financial
6.1 Member renewals – 2 still owing
6.2 Budget – nothing new

7 Premises Officers and Housing Committee Report
7.1 Contract- MB read out proposed Housekeeper Contract – all agreed. AC/MB
both signed, witnessed by Committee. Copy kept by MB and JW.
7.2 Housekeeper – MB started as from 01 June 2018, ‘half’ moved in.
7.3 Outside Sign – to be arranged to be put in-place when MB in the Club.

8 Website – continuing

9 Junior chess
9.1 Saturday mornings – suggestion to move to Saturday mornings was not
agreed by MB, MW.

10 Tournament Controllers Report – Championship won by John Sugden, Pelton by Steve
Blewitt/John Kimber, Rush by Patrice Tournier. QP continues to end of August.

11 Captains Report
11.1 Mid-Sussex – see WebSite. MB intends to attend AGM.
11.2 Kent- see WebSite
11.3 Friendlies- see WebSite. Lost 5-2 to Insurance.

12 New members :
Martin Fletcher – FM – agreed.

13 Library – nothing new.

14 Time/date next meeting:
Monday 02 July 2018, 1815, RA Rm, PH

15 Any other business
15.1 AGM deadlines – Written Reports in by 09 August.
15.2 A French Town requesting links – advised enough links already.
15.3 Kent Summer QP has been entered
15.4 Wobbly table downstairs – MB to investigate.

KEN

EliSabeth Lewis

EliSabeth Lewis
I Have recently been informed of the death of EliSabeth Lewis
EliSabeth was a member of the club some years
in recent years she was unable to visit the club very often as her health was failing
I did not know EliSabeth personally but would like to extend the clubs and my own condolences to EliSabeths family

Michael Dean

Michael Dean
I Have recently been informed of the death of Michael Dean
Michael was a member of the club up to a couple of years ago
I did not know him personally would like to extend the clubs and my own condolences to his family

REPORT FROM THE ECF & SCCU REPRESENTATIVE

REPORT FROM THE ECF & SCCU REPRESENTATIVE

I was appointed in November 2017 to represent Kent at English Chess Federation (ECF) Council meetings. Unexpectedly that appointment also meant I’d become Kent’s ex-officio appointee to the Executive Board of the Southern Counties Chess Union (SCCU). Both Alan Hanreck and I represent Kent at meetings of the SCCU Council.

Since my appointment I’ve attended one ECF meeting and one SCCU Executive Board meeting. I consulted widely with Committee members in advance of those meetings and reported back. This report is a slightly fuller version of those feedback.

The ECF Finance Meeting took place at Thistle City Barbican Hotel at Clerkenwell on Saturday 28th April 2018.

• Membership fees are unchanged, but there was comment on the loss of the £1 on-line discount and the loss of the of the three-year membership.

• The 2016/17 audited accounts were still subject to a review process but outturn figures were better than anticipated.

• After a good deal of probing the budget for 2018/19 was approved. It includes forecast growth in membership numbers. This reflects the Board’s belief that Yorkshire players will want their games rated after the closure of the county’s grading system and on the assumption that free junior membership last year will lead to paying juniors next year. The cost of junior Bronze and Silver membership will be £5. There is an anomaly on junior Gold membership which is £17.50. But a Silver member (£5) can up-grade to Gold by paying £10.50p at a FIDE rated event, saving £2. The Board was left to ponder.

• Hidden away in the Home Director’s budget line was a note that the National Club Championships has been abandoned.

• There was a discussion about the projected expenditure on international teams which ended with a request for the International Director (not present) to provide a breakdown of the figures.

• The Chess Library at the Hastings Office should soon be open for members to visit.

• Changes to the way the Voting Register is composed were agreed. If a league or congress sends games for grading and that organisation is not represented in Council, they may transfer recognition for those games to another organisation (increasing the voting power of the recipient). For example, Tunbridge Wells could allocate its games to Kent for voting purposes.

• The Board pulled back from its proposal to withdraw the post of Director of Women’s Chess, much to Council’s relief. There have been at least two applications to take the job. The £5k allocated to the Home Director will be ‘ring-fenced’. (Also see the report from the SCCU Executive Board beneath.)

• All the proposals on the County Championships were lost. The Minor Counties remains, the 140, 160 and 180 competitions keep 16 boards and the 180 will not be FIDE-rated. The 100 and 120 retain 12 boards. Kent voted against all proposals.

• The NCCU plan to merge the Bronze and Silver categories was lost by a substantial majority. Kent was among the minority who voted in favour.

• A proposal to provide £6k to Casual Chess run by Amanda Ross from the National Film Institute (reduced on amendment to £3k) was lost, but with the door to the Friends of Chess was left ajar.

• The top junior players are being put in to an accelerator programme, financially supported by the Chess Trust. It is guaranteed for the 1st year, then will be reviewed before commitments are made for future years.

The SCCU Executive Board met on Friday, 20 April 2018 at the Green Top Centre in Colindale.

• The SCCU website is up and running. It had previously been hoped that county teams captains would be able to submit results direct to the site. However the interface was too complex and it was decided this will not be pursued further.

• There was quite a bit of discussion about junior chess during the meeting, some of it seemed quite trivial to me, but I know very little about the politics in this area and I was unsure about whether Kent Junior Chess Association is separately represented. What did occur to me was that given the number of juniors playing in the Kent League whether we should have a safeguarding policy?

• The outcome of Kent’s two county appeals were confirmed as lost. In the Surrey v Essex U180 match the game involving an unregistered Kent player, will be submitted as a win for grading purposes. After a discussion the Rules and Appeals Sub-Committee will meet to discuss whether further competition rule changes are necessary following the appeals.

• Twickenham and Goldstone (Hove) schools were nominated for British Chess Educational Awards (there were no citations from Kent).

• Thanet was awarded the SCCU individual championships for 2019/20 for the August 2019 tournament. There is currently no award for the 2018/19 season. Applications are encouraged. As far as I’m aware, Thanet is the only congress that takes place under the auspices of the KCA?

• In readiness for the ECF Finance meeting the SCCU would use their votes according to the wishes of the majority of votes from constituent organisations as follows:

• County Championships:
• Reduce U180, U160 & U140 to 12 boards. Against
• Drop Minor Counties Against
• FIDE-rate the U180 Against

• NCCU proposal to merge Silver & Bronze Against

• Casual Chess application for £6k Against

• Women’s Chess. 18 months ago the ECF Board amended its own Regulations to allow the appointment of a Director of Women’s Chess. The appointee was unable to commit the time and the role of the post was never determined. The Board, after arguing for the post, with strong support from Council, has now changed direction and has withdrawn the position. Council will be invited to note this at next week’e meeting. The SCCU’s position is that we will vote ‘not to note the position’. (Also see the outcome in the report from the ECF meeting)

• General Data Protection Regulations. These come into effect on 25 May 2018 and apply equally to big and small organisations. The SCCU has undertaken an audit of the data it collects and processes. It has made the case for collecting information without the need for consent in a Legitimate Interest Assessment and a comprehensive Privacy Statement will soon appear on the SCCU website. The work was highly commended. Kent, and other County Associations, Clubs and Congresses, should take note, or risk an intervention from the Information Commissioner, but this should be made much easier with the SCCU templates. The ECF has subsequently issued a Privacy Statement template for Clubs.

• There is continuing discussion about how to convey the proceedings of SCCU Executive Board meetings to a wider audience. There remains concern about the ability of representatives to speak candidly if full or redacted minutes are published.

• Little progress has been made on the possible digitalisation of the SCCU historical archive. The amount of material is still unexplored, and therefore the potential cost remains unknown.

• The SCCU Council Meeting will take place on the afternoon of Sunday, 1 July 2018, probably in Colindale. I expect to attend.

Finally time ran out before there could be any discussion about how to engage better with SCCU individual players and to improve awareness and increase participation in county teams. My idea had been for the SCCU to run a weekend Club Championship to include London-based Clubs in the Spring/Summer of 2019. It could run either as a one-day rapidplay or a two-day standard play, with up to three sections. This was conveyed to representatives after the meeting and has been warmly received. It will be considered at the Council Meeting on 1 July 2018 as a Kent proposal. If Kent Committee members are unsupportive I will withdraw the proposal.

David Gilbert

Club Matchs 2017/18

Date Home Team Result Away Team Event Organisation
Mon 9th Oct 2017 Medway 1 3 – 3 Hastings & St Leonards 4 MID Harvey Cup Kent League
Sun 15th Oct 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 2 4 – 2 Rochester 1 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Wed Oct 18th 2017 Hastings & St Leonards .5-4.5 Hastings & St Leonards 2 div 2 Sussex
Sun 22nd Oct 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 4 3 – 3 Swale 2 MID Harvey Cup Kent League
Mon 23rd Oct 2017 Tunbridge Wells 2 4½ – 1½ Hastings & St Leonards 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Tue 24th Oct 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 4 3-2 Woodpushers 2 div 3 Sussex
Wed 25th Oct 2017 Maidstone 1 2 – 4 Hastings & St Leonards 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Thu 26th oct 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 1 4-1 Horsham 1 Div 1 Sussex
Mon 30th Oct 2017 Medway 2 2 – 2 Hastings & St Leonards 5 MID Tom Fuller Cup Kent League
Sun 5th Nov 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 5 2 – 2 Tunbridge Wells 5 MID Tom Fuller Cup Kent League
Mon 6th Nov 2017 Weald of Kent 1 2 – 4 Hastings & St Leonards 3 MID En Passant Cup Kent League
wed 8th Nov 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 3 3-2 Crowborough div 2 Sussex
Wed 8th Nov 2017 Rainham (Kent) 1 3½ – 2½ Hastings & St Leonards 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Thu 9th Nov 2017 Rochester 1 3 – 3 Hastings & St Leonards 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Tue 14th Nov 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 2 4-1 Horsham 3 div 2 Sussex
Sat 18th Nov 2017 Folkestone 1 2½ – 3½ Hastings & St Leonards 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Sun 19th Nov 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 2 3 – 3 Maidstone 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Tue 21th Nov 2017 Horsham 3 3-2 Hastings & St Leonards 3 div2 Sussex
Sun 26th Nov 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 5 2½ – 1½ Maidstone 6 Kent League
Tue 28th nov 2017 Lewes 1 2.5-2.5 Hastings & St Leonards 1 Div 1 sussex
Wed 29th dec 2017 Woodpushers 1 1.5-3.5 Hastings & St Leonards 3 div2 Sussex
tue 5th Dec  2017 Hastings & St Leonards 2 4-1 Eastbourne 2 div 2 Sussex
Thu dec 7th 2017 Hastings & St Leonards 1 4.5-.5 Worthing 1 div 1 sussex
Wed 10th Jan 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 1-4 Horsham 2 div 2 Sussex
Fir 12th Jan 2018 Crowborough 0.5-4.5 Hastings & St Leonards 2 div 2 Sussex
Mon jan!5th 2018 Worthing 2 3-2 Hastings & St Leonards 1 Div 1 Sussex
tue 16th Jan 2018 East Grinstead 1 2.5-2.5 Hastings & St Leonards 4 div3 Sussex
Fri 19th Jan 2018 Eastbourne 2 2-3 Hastings & St Leonards 3 div 2 Sussex
Tue 16th Jan 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 1 4 – 2 Tunbridge Wells 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Sun 21st Jan 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 1 5 – 1 Rainham (Kent) 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Tue 21th Nov 2017 Horsham 3 3-2 Hastings & St Leonards 3 div 2 Sussex
Mon 22nd Jan 2018 Weald of Kent 2 3½ – 2½ Hastings & St Leonards 4 MID Harvey Cup Kent League
Tue 23th Jan 2018 Horsham 2 1-4 Hastings & St Leonards 2 div2 Sussex
Wed 24th Jan 2018 Argumentatives 3.5-1.5 Hastings & St Leonards 4 div3 Sussex
Thu Jan 25th 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 1 3.5-1.5 Haywards Heath 1 Div 1 Sussex
Sun 28th Jan 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 2 2 – 4 Tunbridge Wells 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Tue 30th Jan 2018 Lewes 2 2.5-2.5 Hastings & St Leonards 3 div 2 Sussex
Sun 4th Feb 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 5 1½ – 2½ Snodland 3 MID Tom Fuller Cup Kent League
Mon 5th Feb 2018 Tunbridge Wells 1 2 – 4 Hastings & St Leonards 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Tue 6th Feb 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 4 2.5-2.5 Brighton & Hove 3 div3 Sussex
Tue feb 13th 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 2 4-1 Lewes 2 div2 Sussex
Thu 15th Feb 2018 Snodland 1 4 – 2 Hastings & St Leonards 3 MID En Passant Cup Kent League
Fri Feb 16th 2018 Eastbourne 1 2.5-2.5 Hastings & St Leonards 1 Div 1 Sussex
Sun 18th Feb 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 2 3½ – 2½ Rainham (Kent) 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Wed 21st Feb 2018 Maidstone 4 2½ – 3½ Hastings & St Leonards 4 MID Harvey Cup Kent League
Thu 22nd Feb 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 5 2 – 2 Weald of Kent 3 MID Tom Fuller Cup Kent League
Fri Feb 23th 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 1 4.5-.5 Brighton & Hove 2 Div 1 Sussex
Sun 25th Feb 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 3 – 3 Swale 1 MID En Passant Cup Kent League
Sat 3rd Mar 2018 Folkestone 1 3 – 3 Hastings & St Leonards 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Wed 7th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 2.5-2.5 Uckfield 1 div2 Sussex
Sun 11th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 1 4½ – 1½ Maidstone 1 MID County / Lewis Cup Kent League
Wed 14th Mar 2018 Uckfield 1 2.5-2.5 Hastings & St Leonards 2 div2 Sussex
Wed 14th Mar 2018 Maidstone 5 3 – 1 Hastings & St Leonards 5 MID Tom Fuller Cup Kent League
Thu 15th Mar 2018 Brighton & Hove 4 3.5-1.5 Hastings & St Leonards 4 div3 Sussex
Sun 18th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 5 1½ – 2½ Swale 3 MID Tom Fuller Cup Kent League
Mon 19th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 3 – 3 Tunbridge Wells 3 MID En Passant Cup Kent League
Wed 21st Mar 2018 Rainham (Kent) 2 2 – 4 Hastings & St Leonards 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Thu 22nd Mar 2018 Brighton & Hove 1 2-3 Hastings & St Leonards 1 Div 1 Sussex
Thu 22nd Mar 2018 Snodland 2 3½ – 2 Hastings & St Leonards 4 MID Harvey Cup Kent League
Sat 24th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 4 – 2 Rainham (Kent) 3 MID En Passant Cup Kent League
Sun 25th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 3½ – 2½ Maidstone 3 MID En Passant Cup Kent League
Tue 27th Mar 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 2 2.5-2.5 Woodpushers 1 div2 Sussex
Wed 4th Apr 2018 Maidstone 2 1½ – 4½ Hastings & St Leonards 2 MID Stevenson Cup Kent League
Sat 7th Apr 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 4 3½ – 2½ Tunbridge Wells 4 MID Harvey Cup Kent League
Tue 10th Apr 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 4 0.5-4.5 Worthing 3 div 3 Sussex
Tue 24th Apr 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 1 4 – 2 Beckenham & Bromley 1 County cup FINALS Kent League
Fri 27th Apr 2018 Petts Wood & Orpington 2 3 – 3 Hastings & St Leonards 3 En Passant cup FINALS Kent League
Sun 29th Apr 2018 Lewisham 2 2 – 4 Hastings & St Leonards 2 Stevenson cup FINALS Kent League
Sun 13th May 2018 Petts Wood & Orpington 1 4½ – 1½ Hastings & St Leonards 1 County cup FINALS Kent League
Sun 13th May 2018 Dartford & Swanley 2 6 – 0 Hastings & St Leonards 2 Stevenson cup FINALS Kent League
Sun 13th May 2018 Hastings & St Leonards 3 1½ – 4½ Gravesend 2 En Passant cup FINALS Kent League

Championship 2017/18

Hastings Chess Club Champoinship 2017/18 total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 J.Sugden 190  1/2  1/2  1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 7.5
2 R.Norinkeviciute 180  1/2 1  1/2  1/2 1 1 1  1/2 1 7
3 F.Rayner 192  1/2 0 1  1/2 0 1 1  1/2 1 5.5
4 B.Cafferty 181  1/2  1/2 0  1/2  1/2 1  1/2  1/2 1 5
5 H.Tebbs 182 0  1/2  1/2  1/2 0 1 1  1/2 1 5
6 P.Kelly 170 0 0 1  1/2 1 0  1/2 1 1 5
7 B.Ruane 161 0 0 0 0 0 1  1/2 1 1 3.5
8 H.Cove 170 0 0 0  1/2 0  1/2  1/2  1/2 1 3
9 A.Pickersgill 169 0  1/2  1/2  1/2  1/2 0 0  1/2  1/2 3
10 M.Woodhams 136 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  1/2 0.5

Pelton Cup 2017/18

Pelton cup  2017/18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 S.Blewitt 161 1 1 1  1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 1/2
2 J.Kimber 119 0 0 1  1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1/2
3 D.Cosens 129 0 1 1  1/2 1  1/2  1/2  1/2 1 1 7
4 J.Hudson 132 0 0 0 1 1 1 1  1/2 1 1 6 1/2
5 J.Wheeler 159  1/2  1/2  1/2 0  1/2 1 1  1/2 1 1 6 1/2
6 M.Bryant 136 0 0 0 0  1/2 1 0 1 1 1 4 1/2
7 A.Cload 132 0 0  1/2 0 0 0 1 1  1/2 1 4
8 R.Webb 112 0 0 0  1/2 0 1 0 1 0  1/2 3
9 O.Namouk 117 0 0  1/2  1/2  1/2 0 0 0 0 1 3
10 K.Hossack 113 0 0 0 0 0 0  1/2 1 1 0 2 1/2
11 A.Pontonutti 102 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  1/2 0 1 1 1/2