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Run by Sean Marsh of Chess in Schools and Communities
Broughton High School EH4 1EG
Sunday 8th October 2017 (at LJC Edinburgh Junior Congress)
Two sessions – choose either 9.45 - 12.15 or 12.45 - 3.15pm
Due to the generosity of CSC this is a FREE event
Dates and venue to be confirmed. Venue is normally Uppingham School in the East Midlands, dates are normally the week after Uppingham School finishes for summer. The timings are such that it is normally after schools in the Lothians have started their summer holidays.
This year, the Primary School that wins Lothians Team Day 2 will act as the Lothians and Borders qualifier for the UK National Schools Under 11 Chess Championship. While the qualifier in Lothians will be played over 4 boards, the final itself will be played over 6 boards (you can take reserves).
The winning school, will need to confirm if they will take their place shortly after Team Day 2 - as if they decline, it'll be offered to the 2nd and 3rd placed teams.
If you were born on or after 1st September 2005, entry is via a qualifying competition run through your school or club or from the Last Chance Saloon run by our friends at Scottish Junior Chess.
If you were born on or before 31st August 2005 then you can enter directly via the UK Chess Challenge website https://megafinal.delanceyukschoolschesschallenge.com/
Please contact Liz Sams email@example.com if you have any queries.
Our friends at Scottish Junior Chess (SJC) are running the only Last Chance Saloon in Scotland.
If you've not qualified via your school, you can try and qualify for your local Megafinal (i.e. ours on the 23rd of April) at this event.
Entries can be made by email to Michael Hanley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Run by our friends at Chess Scotland, the Primary Team Championships provide an opportunity for our schools to play against the best schools in the rest of Scotland.
This event will also run at Broughton High School, so nice and handy for all of the Lothian teams.
More details are available from the Chess Scotland website.
Our second team day takes place at Broughton High School.
Unfortunately, our capacity at the venue has been capped - so please book early to avoid disappointment.
The top school from the Primary 6/7 Section will gain a qualification spot for the UK National Schools Under 11 Chess Championship (u11 before January 2011 - but full rules can be found on the ECF website here).