The list of motions to be debated at the upcoming LCU AGM has been released and is below. The club committee is taking club members’ votes to direct the club representatives on how to vote at the AGM – so if anyone has any views, feel free to get in touch.
The Killane – our only Cup team this year – had an excellent start to their campaign, winning against a Rathmines side who had ratings advantages on four of the six boards.
The AGM of the Leinster Chess Union will take place at 7pm on Tuesday 13th June in the usual venue of the United Arts Club, home of Dublin Chess Club.
If anyone has any motions they wish the club to propose, they should contact the committee (Gerry, John and myself). When full motions are made available, we’ll circulate for a vote.
The last day of the leagues saw the club secure its first ever double – indeed, the first double achieved by any club across Leinster in five years – as we took home both the Heidenfeld Trophy and the O’Hanlon Cup. Elsewhere, five players ended up going unbeaten through the season, having played five games or more, while we finished sixth in the O’Hanlon for the fourth year running.
The Bodley confirmed their league safety after a chaotic year with a 3-2 win over Naomh Barróg last night in anothoer sub-laden game.
The O’Hanlon A picked up the minimum result they were looking for against title rivals Gorey at the weekend, though it came about in a way nobody could particularly have predicted.