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News Items for 2013-14
Thu, 03-JulReading 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.
Sun, 29-JunECF U18 Championships: A welcome distraction from the England football team’s performance in Brazil.
Sat, 10-MaySuccessful Under 11 Season:
Sat, 12-AprNational 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.
Sat, 29-MarInstitute 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.
Sat, 22-MarUnder 11 EPSCA Girls: Berkshire find life tough at the top
Sun, 09-MarSCCU 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.
Sat, 08-MarUnder 9 EPSCA Zone: Bronze medals for the U9 Berkshire team
Sat, 01-FebInstitute of Chess exam results: Results for the Institute of Chess Level 2 exams at the BJCA training event at Nine Mile Ride Primary School.
Sat, 18-JanUnder 11 Girls Team event: Berks, Oxon, Sussex, Barnet: ‘Battling Berkshires’ Bag Bronze!!
Sat, 09-NovNYCA Under 16: A remarkable recovery from a slow start to become NYCA U16 Runners up.
Thu, 17-OctBerkshire Junior Chess Training dates set for 2013/14: The training will be provided by the Institute of Chess (IoC), and experienced professional trainers, including a FIDE senior trainer. Children will be split into 3 groups according to their playing level. Although it is expected that Under 9 and Under 11 squad players will attend, the training is open to all junior chess players in Berkshire. Further details in the application form.
Sun, 22-SepBerkshire U18s are NYCA national champions!: A fantastic result for Berkshire.