Chelmsford Junior Chess Club exists to give junior chess players in Chelmsford of all ages and strengths the chance to play and learn chess in a fun and safe environment. Players will have the chance to make new chess-playing friends while getting some coaching to guide them on their chess path.
The blog exists to promote Chelmsford Junior Chess Club in particular and junior chess in Chelmsford and Essex in general.
Sunday, 26 June 2016
Saffron Walden tournament
Today was the final Essex Junior Chess Association
tournament of the season. It was great to see so many players from Chelmsford there and I
managed to round most of them up for a photo before battle commenced.
Nina (third from the left and bolting for freedom) and Harry
(who was hiding) both won two trophies – one for scoring 5/6 in the U9s to
finish joint second and one for coming 2nd and 3rd respectively
in the overall U9 Grand Prix – to be CJCC’s most successful players of the day.
Congratulations to all our players who took part and among those from CJCC
Sebastian and Josh also won a trophy.