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Club Championship

Club Championship – Round 4 – Tue 5 March

About

The 2023/24 Queens Park Chess Club Championship is a six round classical tournament at the 60+5 time control. Please visit our Club Championship page for full details of the format and rules.

The tournament started in October 2023 and will conclude in April 2024. The standings and results are available on the Chess Scotland website.

Pairings & Results

A live draw for round four was made at the Bungo by Competitions Manager Jordan McNaught during the Club meeting of Tuesday 20 February.

The round four pairings are as follows. This table will be updated with the results as they come in.

BoardWhiteRatingScoreBlackRating
1Connor Thompson1621Hunter Mackay1573
2Alistair Ahmed1660Jordan McNaught1673
3Thomas Fowley1398John McKenna1598
4Thomas Lally1534Rhys McCrosson1642
5Craig Thomson1588Jonny Linney0
6David Logue1595Andrew Speirs0
7Jonny Livingstone1463Jack Spillane0
8Moray Lennox1432Alex Lane1365
9Jack Gallagher0Guiseppe Bosco1384
10Angus Gillies00-1†Ash Angappan1286
11Harry McGrory0Moray Jones0
12Malcolm Theodoreson1326Chris Dinwoodie1093
13Caitlin McCulloch1137Douglas Veitch1254
14Campbell Dougan1664Ryan McGill1115
15Joao Carrapico0Marc Sheridan1407
16Harvey Dellanzo1384Ronnie Martin1021
17Wull Swales879Derek Rankine1329
18Philip Blaber1263Marianne Burns0
19Julien Papillon1218Andy Chisholm1269
20Josh Cummings0Iain Shields1172
21Andy McCulloch1118Ciaran Melvin0
22Thomas McAleer922Greg Forrest1013
23Paul Cumming1351Paul Chapman0
24Tom Cox0Scott McCartney1116
25David Hughes0Jack Crawford0
† Default win. All ratings given are Chess Scotland classical
50 players will take part in round four of the Club Championship

Playing Your Game

By default, all games will take place in The Bungo on the designated date for round one: Tuesday 5 March (7pm).

IMPORTANT! If you cannot make this date, you must contact your opponent in advance to make an alternative arrangement.

Games must be played over-the-board, with a clock at the 60+5 time control, on or before 12 March at the The Bungo (including the Club nights of Tue 27 Feb and Tue 12 March), or in another public space.

You can contact your opponent by speaking to them at the Club, by posting in the Club Championship WhatsApp group, or by contacting a Committee Member to request their contact details (we have obtained GDPR consent from members to share details with their opponent for the purpose of rescheduling Club Championship ties if required).

If you do not show up for your game on Tue 5 March, and make no attempt to contact your opponent or notify a Committee Member beforehand, you will lose the game by default. Repeat offenders will be removed from the tournament.

Please use the Club Championship Whatsapp group, or email us at contact@queensparkchessclub.com, or speak to Jordan or another Committee Member at a Club night, if you have any questions.

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Club Championship

Club Championship – Round 3 – Tue 6 Feb

About

The 2023/24 Queens Park Chess Club Championship is a six round classical tournament at the 60+5 time control. Please visit our Club Championship page for full details of the format and rules.

The tournament started in October 2023 and will conclude in April 2024. The standings and results are available on the Chess Scotland website.

Pairings & Results

A live draw for round three was made at the Bungo by Competitions Manager Jordan McNaught during the Club meeting of Tuesday 23 January.

The round three pairings are as follows. This table will be updated with the results as they come in.

BoardWhiteRatingScoreBlackRating
1John McKenna16800.5-0.5Tommy Lally1533
2Alex Lane13830-1Connor Thomson1659
3Jordan McNaught16301-0Jonny Livingstone1470
4Giuseppe Bosco13720-1Alistair Ahmed1623
5Hunter Mackay15411-0David Logue1597
6Rhys McCrosson15930-1Thomas Fowley1330
7Douglas Veitch00-1Craig Thomson1599
8Marc Sheridan14370-1Moray Jones0
9Jonny Linney01-0Harvey Dellanzo1381
10Ryan McGill11050.5-0.5Malcolm Theodoreson1360
11Derek Rankine13290-1Moray Lennox1396
12Andrew Speirs01-0Philip Blaber1269
13Julien Papillon12100-1†Jack Spillane0
14Joao Carrapico00.5-0.5Caitlin McCulloch1161
15Iain Shields11590-1Harry McGrory0
16Andrew McCulloch11180-1Jack Gallagher0
17Chris Dinwoodie10630.5-0 5Campbell Dougan1673
18Ash Angappan12841-0Thomas McAleer1026
19Angus Gillies01-0†Declan Mooney0
20Ronnie Martin10231-0Paul Cumming1398
21Jack Crawford00-1Wull Swales879
22Josh Cummings01-0†Paul Baran0
23Marianne Burns01-0David Hughes0
24Greg Forrest10221-0Paul Chapman0
25Andy Chisholm12831-0Scott McCartney0
26Ciaran Melvin01-0Tom Cox0
† Default win. All ratings given are Chess Scotland classical
Over 50 players compete in Queens Park’s Club Championship

Playing Your Game

By default, all games will take place in The Bungo on the designated date for round one: Tuesday 6 February (7pm).

IMPORTANT! If you cannot make this date, you must contact your opponent in advance to make an alternative arrangement.

Games must be played over-the-board, with a clock at the 60+5 time control, on or before 13 February at the The Bungo (including the Club nights of Tue 30 Jan and Tue 13 Feb), or in another public space.

You can contact your opponent by speaking to them at the Club, by posting in the Club Championship WhatsApp group, or by contacting a Committee Member to request their contact details (we have obtained GDPR consent from members to share details with their opponent for the purpose of rescheduling Club Championship ties if required).

If you do not show up for your game on Tue 16 Feb, and make no attempt to contact your opponent or notify a Committee Member beforehand, you will lose the game by default. Repeat offenders will be removed from the tournament.

Please use the Club Championship Whatsapp group, or email us at contact@queensparkchessclub.com, or speak to Jordan or another Committee Member at a Club night, if you have any questions.

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Club Championship

Club Championship – Round 2 – Tue 16 Jan

About

The 2023/24 Queens Park Chess Club Championship is a six round classical tournament at the 60+5 time control. Please visit our Club Championship page for full details of the format and rules.

Round one of the tournament commenced in October and resulted in 25 decisive results. All 54 members will take part in round two.

The standings and results are available on the Chess Scotland website.

Pairings & Results

A live draw for round two was made at the Bungo by Competitions Manager Jordan McNaught during the Club meeting of Tuesday 12 December. The round two pairings are as follows. This table will be updated with the results as they come in.

BoardWhiteRatingScoreBlackRating
1Philip Blaber12690-1John McKenna1680
2Connor Thomson16591-0Julien Papillon1210
3Caitlin McCulloch11610-1Jordan McNaught1630
4Alistair Ahmed16231-0Iain Shields1159
5Thomas Fowley01-0Craig Thomson1599
6David Logue15971-0Angus Gillies0
7Moray Jones00-1Rhys McCrosson1593
8Tommy Lally15331-0Jonny Linney0
9Hunter Mackay1541†1-0Dabbi Taylor1508*
10Jonny Livingstone14701-0Andrew Speirs0
11Jack Spillane00-1Alex Lane1383
12Harry McGrory00-1Guiseppe Bosco1372
13Paul Cumming13980.5-0.5Douglas Veitch0
14Tom Cox00-1Marc Sheridan1437
15Harvey Dellanzo13811-0Jack Crawford0
16Malcolm Theodoreson13601-0Greg Forrest0
17Josh Cummings00-1Derek Rankine1329
18Andy McCulloch1118†1-0Scott McCartney0
19David Hughes00-1Chris Dinwoodie1063
20Thomas McAleer10261-0Ciaran Melvin0
21Moray Lennox13961-0Ronnie Martin1023
22Wull Swales8790-1Joao Carrapico0
23Ryan McGill1105†1-0Paul Baran0
24Kris Barr00-1†Jack Gallagher0
25Declan Mooney01-0Marianne Burns0
26Paul Chapman00-1Ash Angappan1284
27Campbell Dougan16731-0Andy Chisholm0
† Default win. All ratings given are Chess Scotland classical except * FIDE rating
Defending champion Rhys McCrosson (left) beat Tom Cox (right) in round one

Playing Your Game

By default, all games will take place in The Bungo on the designated date for round one: Tuesday 16 January (7pm).

IMPORTANT! If you cannot make this date, you must contact your opponent in advance to make an alternative arrangement.

Games must be played over-the-board, with a clock at the 60+5 time control, on or before 23 January, at the The Bungo (including the Club nights of Tue 9 Jan and Tue 23 Jan), or in another public space.

You can contact your opponent by speaking to them at the Club, by posting in the Club Championship WhatsApp group, or by contacting a Committee Member to request their contact details (we have obtained GDPR consent from members to share details with their opponent for the purpose of rescheduling Club Championship ties if required).

If you do not show up for your game on Tue 16 Jan, and make no attempt to contact your opponent or notify a Committee Member beforehand, you will lose the game by default. Repeat offenders will be removed from the tournament.

Please use the Club Championship Whatsapp group, or email us at contact@queensparkchessclub.com, or speak to Jordan or another Committee Member at a Club night, if you have any questions.

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Club Championship

Club Championship – Round 1 – Tue 7 Nov

About

The 2023/24 Queens Park Chess Club Championship is a six round classical tournament at the 60+5 time control. Please visit our Club Championship page for full details of the format and rules.

Pairings & Results

A live draw for round one was made at the Bungo by Competitions Manager Jordan McNaught during the Club meeting of Tuesday 24 October. The round one pairings and results are as follows.

The standings and results are available on the Chess Scotland website.

BoardWhiteRatingScoreBlackRating
1John McKenna16801-0Wull Swales879
2Paul Baran00-1Connor Thompson1659
3Jordan McNaught16301-0Kris Barr0
4Marianne Burns00-1Alistair Ahmed1623
5Craig Thomson15991-0Paul Chapman0
6Andy Chisholm00-1David Logue1597
7Rhys McCrosson15931-0Tom Cox0
8Jack Crawford00-1Tommy Lally1533
9Dabbi Taylor1508*1-0Josh Cummings0
10Greg Forrest00-1Jonny Livingstone1470
11Marc Sheridan14370-1Thomas Fowley0
12Angus Gillies01-0Paul Cumming1398
13Alex Lane13831-0†David Hughes0
14Moray Jones01-0Harvey Dellanzo1381
15Giuseppe Bosco13721-0Moray Lennox0
16Jonny Linney01-0Malcolm Theodoreson1360
17Derek Rankine13290-1Hunter Mackay0
18Scott McCartney00-1Philip Blaber1269
19Julien Papillon12101-0Ryan McGill0
20Ciaran Melvin00-1Caitlin McCulloch1161
21Iain Shields11591-0Thomas Robertson0
22Andrew Speirs01-0Andrew McCulloch1118
23Chris Dinwoodie10630-1Jack Spillane0
24Douglas Veitch01-0Thomas McAleer1026
25Ronnie Martin10230-1Harry McGrory 0
† Default win. All ratings given are Chess Scotland classical except * FIDE rating
All members are participating in this years Club Championship.

Playing Your Game

By default, all games will take place in The Bungo on the designated date for round one: Tuesday 7 November (7pm).

IMPORTANT! If you cannot make this date, you must contact your opponent in advance to make an alternative arrangement.

Games must be played over-the-board, with a clock at the 60+5 time control, on or before 14 November, at the The Bungo (including the Club nights of Tue 31 Oct and Tue 14 Nov), or in another public space.

You can contact your opponent by speaking to them at the Club, by posting in the Club Championship WhatsApp group, or by contacting a Committee Member to request their contact details (we have obtained GDPR consent from members to share details with their opponent for the purpose of rescheduling Club Championship ties if required).

If you do not show up for your game on Tue 7 Nov, and make no attempt to contact your opponent or notify a Committee Member beforehand, you will lose the game by default. Repeat offenders will be removed from the tournament.

Please use the Club Championship Whatsapp group, or email us at contact@queensparkchessclub.com, or speak to Jordan or another Committee Member at a Club night, if you have any queries about the Club Championship.

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In The Media

Greater Govanhill Magazine

Queens Park Chess Club is the focus of an item in Issue 12 of Greater Govanhill Magazine, which explores arts, culture and subcultures in the local area.

Staff journalist Devon McCole and photographer Alexander Hoyles visited the Club in September and interviewed Club President Caitlin McCulloch, Glasgow Chess League Division 4 Team Captain Ronnie Martin, and Camila Fanizza, a new visitor originally from Argentina.

Caitlin (top left), Camila (middle left) and Ronnie were interviewed & photographed

The article, appearing in the Oct/Nov 2023 edition, covers the Club’s history, its appeal to players both experienced and new, our Feb 2023 simultaneous exhibition with International Master Andrew Greet – which will be repeated in May 2024 – and even our supposed missing apostrophe.

The free hard copy magazine is available from selected shops, pubs, cafes, cultural venues and community/service centres in Govanhill and the wider Queens Park area. Some issues were made available at the Chess Club night of Tuesday 17 October.

Click here to read the feature online.

The article was published in October 2023
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Events

The Autumn Blitz

Why Blitz?

Last December, the Committee conducted a Survey on its membership to better understand what members wanted from the Club. One of the many insights that were revealed was that a majority of members preferred faster time controls compared to the much longer, standard time controls that can go on for hours. This revelation was further discussed between the Committee and the membership at the recent August AGM, with a majority wishing for a second Club tournament with shorter time controls as compared with the beloved Club Championship. The Committee listened and decided to take action.

Following from the AGM, the Committee announced the Queens Park Autumn Blitz for the final club night of September. Leagues & Competitions Manager, Jordan McNaught, was in charge of organising the event with support from the Committee. Participants appeared to thoroughly enjoy the event, marking the first success of many for Jordan as he settles into his new role. The tournament marked a special occasion, being the first blitz tournament of its kind hosted by the Club. It was only open to members of the Club, with the aim being to provide members with a mild taster of competitive play and what to expect from the rest of the season as the first league matches draw ever-nearer in October, as well as round one of the Club Championship as it fast approaches in November. Everything was to play for – with the Autumn Blitz trophy up for the taking.

The 2023 Queens Park Autumn Blitz Trophy

Tournament info

The tournament was 7 rounds long and the time control in use was 3 minutes per player with a 2 second increment per move. Games were all unrated as Chess Scotland only grades Allegro and Standard time controls. In the event of tiebreaks at the end, all relevant players would have to play a play-off. A sizable 24 members decided to participate in the tournament, proving that there is indeed a clear interest for faster time time-controls.


Who won?

The race for first place started to tighten from the beginning with some unexpected triumphs. By the 5th round, it was clear that only a handful of players still had a chance of claiming the glory of winning first place, with Thomas Fowley, Moray Lennox and Jonny Livingston looking like top contenders. By the end of round 7, we had our winner… Jonny Livingston won the tournament! Jonny, a new member of the Club, had only recently gotten back into chess and competitive play, making his win that much more impressive. He was awarded with the Queens Park Autumn Blitz trophy after his stellar performance of winning 6/7 games. Thomas Fowley, Moray Lennox and Alistair Ahmed were close runners up, with all 3 players achieving an impressive score of 5/7 wins.

Competitions and Leagues Manager Jordan McNaught (left) & Autumn Blitz winner Jonny Livingston (right)

Results

Final PositionNameWinDrawLossScore
1Jonny Livingstone6016
2Thomas Fowley5115.5
3Alistair Ahmed5025
4Moray Lennox5025
5Connor Thompson4124.5
6Paul Cumming4124.5
7Rhys McCrosson4034
8Marc Sheridan3224
9Hunter Mackay4034
10Craig Thomson4034
11Alex Lane4034
12Iain Shields3133.5
13Harvey Dellanzo3133.5
14Ciaran Melvin3133.5
15Andrew Speirs3043
16Angus Gillies2233
17Douglas Veitch3043
18Gregory Forrest3043
19Jack Spillane2142.5
20Ryan McGill2142.5
21Andy Chisholm2052
22Kris Barr2052
23Thomas Robertson2052
24Tom Cox0070
Queens Park Autumn Blitz results

This tournament marked the first of its kind for the Club, but as its name suggests, it may or may not be the only Queens Park blitz tournament this season…

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Events

Cathcart’s 70th Anniversary Allegro

Cathcart Chess Club, our friends (and rivals!) over the board, have just reached their 70th year since their club’s formation. To celebrate their club’s platinum jubilee anniversary, they decided to host a 6-round Open Swiss Allegro tournament with a time format of 15+10.

The Cathcart Allegro marked the first official open chess tournament hosted in Glasgow since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. It was also a good chance to get back into the swing of things prior to the start of the new season.

Players from approximately 23 clubs were in attendance, with friend of the the Club, IM Andrew Greet, also competing. Queens Park Chess Club had the largest contingent of players, with an incredible 9 of our members competing as one other spectated. For many players, it was their first experience of an open tournament, rather than a tournament where players are split by grading strength – a baptism of fire indeed!

Queens Park had an impressive showing, with all of our competing members scoring between 2-4 points over the 6 rounds. Two of our members also won grading prizes for their strong performances.

Despite this tournament only being the third allegro that Ryan McGill had played, he scored an impressive 3/6 which earned him a grading prize in the under-1000 rating bracket.

Ryan McGill accepting his grading prize.

Rhys McCrosson also won a grading prize in the 1000-1400 rating bracket. He scored a strong 4/6 against fierce competition, including a wild time scramble in a tough endgame as a large crowd gathered to spectate.

Rhys McCrosson accepting his grading prize.

When the dust had settled, IM Andrew Greet reigned victorious. IM Greet, from Bearsden Chess Club, scored 5.5/6 which led to an eye-watering performance rating of 2480. Not far behind in second place was another friend of Queens Park Chess Club from Bearsden Chess Club – Rob Colston.

We’d like to thank Cathcart Chess Club and its secretary, Alistair Maxwell, for a well-run tournament that was fun for all involved. You can find the results from the tournament on the Chess Scotland website.

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In The Media

Guesting on Radio Scotland

Queens Park Chess Club President Caitlin McCulloch today contributed to a live discussion on making chess more accessible to people under 30, on Radio Scotland’s Mornings with Stephen Jardine.

The radio discussion follows a formal UK Government announcement this week on a funding package of just under £1m to develop chess in England, which will be shared by the English Chess Federation, local authorities, and primary schools in disadvantaged areas. Culture Secretary Liz Frazer said the investment is focused on young people, and designed to help give them, “someone to talk to, something to do and somewhere to go.” She also stated chess teaches young people important skills, including critical thinking and patience.

Caitlin invited Harry Marron, who manages junior club Lenzie Chess Academy, to join her for the discussion on providing young people in Scotland with greater exposure to over-the-board chess. The conversation featured the following points:  

Caitlin: “We’re quite a new Club, we had to take a break during the pandemic, then we came roaring back in 2022. We have 45, 46 members now, last year we had seven, there’s been an absolute boom in popularity. We have quite a wide range of people, all different backgrounds. The main reason I got back into chess was over lockdown… I had a revenge arc to learn and beat a friend! What’s nice about chess is, you don’t need anything fancy, whether you are new or a Grandmaster, you always have the same board, the same pieces.”

Harry: “Chess is more popular to young people than it has been for a long time. It’s thriving in Scotland – during Covid young people started playing online… Queen’s Gambit was very entertaining and the chess part was done particularly well. Parents watched and they encouraged their children [to play].”

Caitlin: “We have tennis courts, outdoor gyms, basketball courts – outdoor chess tables isn’t anything different. We go to random picnic benches at the moment and bring some chess boards along. What you find is, people come walking past and go, “Oh – chess!”. It’s almost always that they play chess as a child and haven’t played in a while and come back. Being physically visible is really important, and promoting chess to young people is really important.”

Harry: “I had a five year old visit Lenzie, who is now the number 2 ranked under 9 player in the world. Although he knew how the pieces move, I taught him. He has sight, determination and a tremendous work ethic. At the top it’s 1% talent and 99% hard work. But there’s a lot of creativity in chess too.”

Caitlin: “We play in pubs and cafes around the southside, we currently play in the downstairs area of a pub! People think of chess as being in a big silent hall, and you’re not allowed to talk or do anything, but times are changing, it’s in parks, pubs, cafes. There’s more than sitting silently for three hours. I like the chess side – the focus, the patience – and also the social aspect. It helps with social connections, people have said they came to the Chess Club when they had their schooling disrupted and they were a bit isolated, it was really helpful to have a shared common interest.”

Listen to the full broadcast here. The chess discussion took place on the 24 August show with Stephen, and started at 10:50am (1h:50m into the 9am-noon broadcast). It will be available for one month following broadcast on the BBC Sounds app and website.

The Radio Scotland item follows a special Herald Magazine feature on Queens Park earlier this year, in addition to a Spotify podcast, Evening Times article and ITV News at Ten appearance.

Meanwhile, following our recent letter to Alison Thewliss MP, Alison has helpfully written to the Prime Minister to ask for clarity on whether there are plans to extend, or proportionally match, the UK Government chess funding package in Scotland. We will share further developments when a response has been received.

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Club Meetings

2023 AGM Summary

Each year, Queens Park holds an Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Club Members to discuss how each season went, and what changes they may wish to look at for the following season, and elect a new Club Committee.

Queens Park Chess Club’s third Annual General Meeting took place on 1 August 2023 in The Bungo, from 7-9pm.

13 Members attended the AGM. They:

  • Heard reports from the President, Secretary and Treasurer, which summarised achievements in participation and competition during a major season (2022/23) of expansion and change, which has left the Club in strong financial health.
  • Agreed a Club Constitution.
  • Elected a new Club Committee.
  • Put themselves forward for Team Captains and Setup/Storage Assistants.
  • Discussed and exchanged on Club finances, the operation of league teams, a proposed expansion of the Club Championship, creating a blitz tournament, and welcoming newcomers.
  • Voted to introduce incremental time controls to the 2023/24 Club Championship.

Full AGM minutes are available here.

Please visit our dedicated AGM page for further information on the purpose of Club AGMs and minutes from previous meetings.

The new season will begin on Tuesday 5 September, 6:30-9:30pm in The Bungo. Check out the Club Calendar for plans to arrange a blitz tournament and an introductory class on over-the-board, classical chess later in September.

Image generated by artificial intelligence using DALL-E

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Club Meetings

End of Season

Queens Park Chess Club has now finished for the summer, following our last meeting on Tuesday 30 May.

Can’t wait until season 2023/24 begins in September? Fear not, there are plenty of chess opportunities available in the meantime.

Read on for a note of next season’s plans, activities you can take part in this summer, and some brief highlights from 2022/23.

Next Season

The Club will continue to meet in The Bungo, from the start of September 2023, through to end May 2024, with a short winter break in the second half of December.

Club Meetings will again take place on Tuesdays, from 6:30-9:30pm. Casual players and newcomers are always welcome, and those who wish to access our competitive events can register as Members.

Next season will begin on Tue 5 Sept in The Bungo

The key dates are:

Tue 1 August – our Annual General Meeting takes place, in The Bungo, from 7-9pm. See our blog post for a quick overview. We’ll be emailing Members closer to the time with more details.

Tue 5 September – the first Club Meeting of the new season, from 6:30-9:30pm, in The Bungo.

Please email us if you are not already on our mailing list, and would like to receive a notification on Member registrations for next season.

Summer Activity

If you miss over-the-board chess, there are two local meet-ups:

The Thursday Chess Group, which currently meets in G41 Bar in Shawlands, from 6pm to late every (you guessed it!) Thursday.

Chess meetups take place in the G41 Bar on Thursdays…

Chess in the Park, which takes place on Sunday mornings, 10am-1pm, at the Queens Park Boating Pond. In bad weather, the group moves inside to the nearby Glad Café.

If you’re looking for competitive chess, check out the Chess Scotland calendar page for national rapid and classical tournaments, many of which will feature representatives from Queens Park.

Looking to find and challenge other Club regulars online? Join Queens Park’s digital clubs on Chess.com and on Lichess.

Finally, Club Member Craig Thomson is hosting a chess event at the Bungo in the Back Lanes Festival from 1-5pm on Saturday 17 June. The event takes place in Craig’s garden in the back lane between Queen Square and Marywood Square in Strathbungo, which is within a two minute walk of The Bungo.

…and in Queens Park on Sunday mornings throughout the summer.

Season Highlights

View the Beltrami Club Championship results, which featured 45 participants.

See how our various league and cup teams performed; this season, we won our first ever league title, Division 3b of the Glasgow Chess League, earning promotion to Division 2.

Check out media items on The Club in The Herald Magazine, The Evening Times, a Spotify Podcast and on News at Ten.

Read our series of Member Interviews.

45 Club Members competed for the silver plated Club Championship trophy.

Thank You

The Club Committee are grateful to everyone who took part in any of our activities this season. We look forward to seeing you all again in the new season.

As always, follow our Instagram and our Facebook, and the website’s blog page, for regular activity updates.

Main image: “Opgave” by Albert Ter Hamsel is licensed under CC BY 2.0