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Reading School win Under 19 National Schools Championship

Reading School are the 2014 U19 National Schools Champions!

Perseverance was rewarded after finishing runners-up twice in the last three years.

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ECF U18 Championships

A welcome distraction from the England football team’s performance in Brazil.

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National Girls’ School Chess Championships Final

The Abbey’s U19 chess team is celebrating a superb debut appearance at the National Girls' Schools U19 Chess Championships with the team unbeaten throughout the two days of competition finishing in second place.

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Institute of Chess exam results

Ten players took the Institute of Chess Level 2 and 2 exams at the BJCA training event at St. Michael’s Primary School, Sandhurst on Saturday 29 March 2014. Everyone obtained a pass or better.

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Under 11 EPSCA Girls

Berkshire find life tough at the top

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SCCU U/18 Jamborees

Two under 18 teams from Berkshire competed in the 2014 Southern Counties Chess Union annual jamboree, one in the Open section and one in the Minor.

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Under 9 EPSCA Zone

Bronze medals for the U9 Berkshire team

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Other Recent Results

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Today's problem
UK Chess Challenge Gigafinal Training - Crowthorne Chess club will be running training sessions aimed to help improve your chess. The training events are open to all but will hopefully be of particular benefit to anybody intending to represent their school and county by playing in the UK Chess challenge GigaFinal. More information here.

Year Book - The annual BJCA Year Book can be downloaded - a handy guide to everything related to Berkshire Junior Chess.

Registration - To receive regular information from Berkshire Junior Chess Association (including the email newsletter from this website), you should complete the Registration Form (2014 edition) (48K). Print off the form, then post as directed. There is no registration fee, but contributions to running costs are always welcome.

Get in touch - Want to know more? Feel free to contact the secretary Nigel Dennis on 01491 576052 (email: ) or see the BJCA directory for other contacts.



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