Tans v Tynemouth A

 

 

Tans v Tynemouth A
Played at Tynemouth Tue 25 Nov 2014
Andy Lawson ½-½ Clive Waters
Dave Weldon 0-1 Paul Dargan
David Wrigley 1-0 David Henderson
Gary Murphy ½-½ John Clarke
Jeremy Handley 0-1 Darren Laws
2-3

 

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Penrith v Angels

 

Played at Haydon Bridge Thu 20 Nov 2014
Penrith H/c res Res H/c Angels
Holden Davis 2 0 4 2 Tim Wrigley
Kevin Southernwood 2 4 0 4 Phil Taylor
John Grave 5 0 4 8 Peter Booker
9 4 8 14
13 22

 

South Tyne Match (Monarchs v Austins) 21.10.2014

South Tyne Match           Monarchs v Austins      21/10/2014

 

Monarchs                         H/c  Result                  v      Austins                             H/C  Result

D.Wrigley                           1          4                       v     C.Millar                           3          0

D.Blair                                3          0                       v     P.Walters                        3          4

S.Larkin                             5           0                       v    B.Hardwick                    5            4

D.Foster                             7           4                       v     D.Millar                         6          0

 

16         24                     v                                             17          25

 

Reivers v Forest Hall Invicta

This match took place at Forest Hall on November 7th, with the following line-up:

1. Tatjana Kisseljov (122) v Derek Blair (135)

2. Keith Brooks (109) v Steve Larkin (107)

3. Dingyu Chen (125 rapid) v Bruce Reed (106)

4. Robert Hudson (55 rapid) v Malcolm Reid (c101)

5. Dylan Shone (34) v Dave Foster jr (84)

Dave was out of the blocks very fast, disposing of his young opponent in just 9 moves. 0-1

The other games were all more competitive. Malcolm’s opponent had good attacking opportunities, but overreached himself, allowing Malcolm to trap his queen. 0-2

Bruce also faced an initial onslaught, but the tide turned as he pushed his pawns, won the exchange and was on the brink of mating his opponent when the latter resigned. 0-3

Derek’s game was finely balanced till the endgame, when he was able to win a knight and then force a passed pawn through, at which point Tatjana resigned. 0-4

Steve’s game went to the wire. It had been even throughout, but allowing Keith’s queen onto the 7th rank, backed up by a rook, proved a fatal error and one by one pawns dropped on both sides of the board. When one of Keith’s pawns queened it was all over. 1-4

So a comfortable win, marred only by the captain’s performance.