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Exeter 5-3 Teignmouth, Peter Rooke Cup semi-final 10 March 2018

EXETER (H)					TEIGNMOUTH (A)

Lowe, Chris (B)		 176 	½-½	163	Ingham, Bill (W)
Regis, David (W)	 166 	0-1	125	Cockerton, Mark (B)
Amos, Jeremy		 147 	1-0	122	Henry, Ian
Walker, Harry		E140 	½-½	108	Doidge, Charles
Whittington, Reece W	 131 	1-0	E90	Stuart, Brian
Sachdeva, Deepak	E130 	1-0	 84	Webster, Alan
Kelly, Edmund		 114 	1-0	 83	Chubb, Raymond
Gardner, Douglas	E50 	0-1	 67	White, Michael

				5-3

On paper, the home team were comfortable winners, and so the score might suggest, but, as they say about football, the game isn't played on

Exeter 5-3 East Budleigh Sat 28th Oct 2017

Exeter 5-3 East Budleigh Sat 28th Oct 2017

Chris Lowe 176 (W) 0-1 Keith Arkell 237 (B)

Dave Regis 166 ½-½ Kevin Hurst 173

Leif Hafstad 159 0-1 Brian Gosling 154

Sean Pope 143 ½-½ Jonathan Waley E130

Ian Simpson 130 1-0 Barbara Newcombe 92

Eddy Palmer 129 1-0 Mike Lee 85

Ed Kelly 114 1-0 Tom Miner 62

Brian Aldwin 88 1-0 Max Lee 61

The newly minted East Budleigh club hosted our Peter Rooke Knockout match last Saturday.

Champion vs Challengers 2017

On 10 October 2017, club champion Tim Paulden took on 13 challengers in Exeter Chess Club's traditional start-of season simul. Results: 1. TP 1-0 Ken Bourne (w/d) 2. TP 1-0 Quillan Wilson (w/d) 3. TP 0-1 Giles Body [best game prize] 4. TP 0.5-0.5 Sean Pope 5. TP 1-0 Harry Walker 6. TP 1-0 Richard Player (w/d) 7. TP 1-0 Richard Scholes 8. TP 0.5-0.5 Will Marjoram 9. TP 1-0 John Guard 10. TP 1-0 Brian Aldwin 11. TP 0.5-0.5 Paul O'Neill 12. TP 0.5-0.5 Leif Hafstad (w/d - draw agreed) 13. TP 0-1 Ian Simpson Final score: Champion: 9 Challengers: 4

Exeter 3½-4½ Newton Abbot Peter Rooke Cup Semi-Final 28th Jan 2017

The visitors took an early lead when, on bottom board, Brian's extra piece got sidetracked and the opposition's pawns rolled unstoppably forward. (0-1)

It looked like we would be two down when Will lost a pawn early on, but, with his opponent focussing on the Queen's-side, he picked up a piece and put together some decisive threats on the other wing. (1-1)

Always-enterprising Chris Lowe did his best to upset Trefor's solid build-up, but after some tense manoeuvres, was happy to agree a draw when White refused to be distracted. (1½-1½)

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