Four St Benildus players have been called up to the Irish underage squads for a coaching session ahead of the Glorney Cup in Wales this summer.
All posts for the month April, 2013
The draw has been made for the top of the three LCU Cup competitions, the Branagan Cup.
For those who miss out on selection for the Glorney Cup or the European Junior Championships, the Gibraltar International Junior Festival in August is now open for entries.
The Bodley A last night avoided a whitewash against Round Tower and, as a result, secured third place in the Bodley A group.
Bray Chess Club are hosting a simultaneous exhibition in the Esplanade Hotel next Thursday at 6pm.
The Bodley A almost matched their B team’s feat earlier in the week when a 3-2 win over Blanchardstown earned Jamie a board prize but left them needing a tantalising half point in their last game to secure third.
A 3-2 win for the Bodley Bs in Drumcondra tonight secured third place in the league, while Luke-Andrew Feeney clinched a board prize after a ninth win of the season.
St Benildus’ young under-16 panel had to content themselves with second place in the schools All-Irelands this weekend.
Despite going down to champions elect Blanchardstown B last night, the Bodley B need just two points from their last game of the season on Monday to confirm a third-place finish.
The Bodley A came good last night with a resounding 4½-½ win over Naomh Barróg A.