2017 Club Championship

Final Pool





Graham Borrowdale Adrian Elwin Peter Clarke Richard Freeman Rob Whiteside Ray Holland Score
1 Graham Borrowdale 190   XXXX 0.5 0 0.5 0 1 2
2

Adrian Elwin

186  

0.5

XXXX

0

0.5

1

1

3

3

Peter Clarke

175  

1

1

XXXX

0.5

0.5

1

4

4

Richard Freeman

174

 

0.5

0.5

0.5

XXXX

0

0.5

2

5

Rob Whiteside

168

1

0

0.5

1

1

3.5

6 Ray Holland 151  

0

0

0

0.5

0

XXXX

0.5

Pool 1





Graham Borrowdale

Rob Whiteside

Alan Heath

Karthik Ramesh

 

Score
1 Graham Borrowdale 190  

XXXX

0.5

1

1

w

2.5

2

Rob Whiteside

168  

0.5

XXXX

1

1

b

2.5

3

Alan Heath

148  

0

0

XXXX

1

w

1

4

Karthik Ramesh

87   

0

0

0

XXXX

b

0

5     

 

b

w

b

w

XXXX

 

Pool 2





Adrian Elwin

George Ward

Abishek Pradhan

Shamal Mohammed 

  Score
1

Adrian Elwin

186  

XXXX

1

1

1

w

3

2

George Ward

155  

0

XXXX

b

w

b

0

3

Abishek Pradhan

141  

0

w

XXXX

b

w

0

4 Shamal Mohammed 85   

0

b

w

XXXX

b

0

5    

b

w

b

w

XXXX

 

Pool 3





Peter Clarke  

Ray Holland

Colin Solloway 

Lau Gainpaulsingh

  Score
1

Peter Clarke 

175

XXXXX

0.5

1

1

w

2.5

2

Ray Holland

151

0.5

XXXX

1

1

b

2.5

3

Colin Solloway

139

0

0

XXXX

0.5

w

0.5

4

Lau Gainpaulsingh

84 

0

0

0.5

XXXX

b

0.5

5

 

 

b

w

b

w

XXXX

 


Pool 4





Richard Freeman

James Alexander

John McKeon

Reece Richardson

  Score
1 Richard Freeman 174

XXXXX

0.5

1

1

w

2.5

2

James Alexander

148

0.5

XXXX

0.5

1

b

2

3

John McKeon

121

0

0.5

XXXX

1

w

1.5

4

Reece Richardson

47 

0

0

0

XXXX

b

0

5  

 

b

w

b

w

XXXX



To be played by the end of July 2016. Anybody having problems meeting the date should keep me informed.
Top player from each group to go through to the Final. The best scoring 2nd place player will join them. In this case, the score to count will be points scored against the top 4 players in the group. 
All ties will be resolved by a normal-speed playoff game and then, if necessary, pairs of rapid-play games.
White The shading gives the colour of the player on the left. So Colin Solloway would have white against Graham Smith.
Black

Page last updated 28th April 2016
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