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Season Reports

Articles and Reports for the season

At this time the UCU's own website was in it early stage of development and it had just started to carry articles and reports.

This season's Archive includes articles from then and additional material published through theĀ Ulster Chess News andĀ County Down Spectator notes plus the Master Class series during the summer

The Lumen Christi College Secondary Schools Tournament

The inaugural Lumen Christi College Secondary Schools Tournament was held in Londonderry in early April of 2005.

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Ulster Intermediate and Junior Championships 2004

The Ulster Intermediate and Junior Championships were held on the weekend of 20 and 21 November 2004 at North Belfast Chess Club. The Intermediate was open to players rated between 1500 and 1900 and the Junior for those under 1500 and unrated. A disappointing number of entrants in the Intermediate event meant that the two sections had to be amalgamated.

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Fisherwick Sweep Up

Fisherwick make a clean sweep winning both KO Cup and Plate in this season's Team Tournament.

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Waterfront Rapidplay Report

The first UCU tournament of 2005 turned out to be a gentlemanly tie on all fronts, Stephen Morgan and Michael Waters sharing first prize.

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Scannell claims Williamson Shield

Steve Scannell claimed his fifth Williamson Shield win while Richard Proctor won the subsidiary Challengers event.

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City of Belfast 2005 Report

German player Bernhard Kern, who recently joined the Fisherwick Chess Club, won the Nemtzov Cup with 5.5 points out of 6, just a half-point ahead of Ulster champion Steve Scannell. The Henderson Cup, restricted to players rated under 1600, was won by Richard Proctor, who now has a hat-trick of titles this season.

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Ulster Championship 2005

Ulster Championship 2005

In the annual battle for the title of Ulster Champion, Tom Clarke emerged victorious.

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Ulster Schools' Individuals Tournament

In November 2004, the Ulster Schools' Individuals Tournament was held in Royal Belfast Academical Institution. The competition was split into Under 19, Under 16, Under 14, and Under 12 sections.

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