$40 per team
Must be paid by the school before the event.
All entries will be acknowledged and listed on this webpage.
Account for online payment: Westpac 03-1514-0068525-00 (state name & tournament choice).
Cheques payable to "Helen Milligan" and posted to:
Helen Milligan, Flat 3, 7 Owens Road, Devonport, Auckland 0624.
Invoices and/or receipts can be provided on request.
Tuesday 21st May 2019.
Papatoetoe High School - 19 Nicholson Avenue, Papatoetoe.
6 round swiss-system event for teams.
Teams consist of 4 players (with optional reserve) in years 9 to 13 from the same school.
Players must be ranked in order of playing strength; the order must be declared before the start of the event and must not change during the event. Furthermore, players in team A should be stronger than those in Team B, and so on.
Note that teams may be paired against another team from the same school.
15 minutes each player plus 5 seconds increment per move from move one.
Visiting school teams must have an adult (teacher, parent, or guardian) present to supervise them. Teams which arrive without such a supervisor will not be allowed to take part.
Name of school, name and email address of the chess contact at the school, name and email address of team captain (if different), number of teams entered, list of players in each team in order (Team A board 1,2,3,4,reserve; Team B 1,2,3,4,reserve, and so on), players' NZCF/FIDE ID (if known).
|Start Time||Day & Date|
|Players Meeting||9am||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Round 1||9.30am||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Round 2||10.15am||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Round 3||11am||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Round 4||11.45am||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Lunch break||12.15pm||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Round 5||1pm||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Round 6||1.45pm||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
|Departures||2.30pm (estimate)||Tuesday 21st May 2019|
Tiebreaks will be used to determine standing of all teams if necessary.
First three teams will receive gold, silver, and bronze medals. Medals will be individually engraved with each player's name and sent, with certificates, to school Principals after the event, for presentation at Assembly.
Players who score 6/6 will also receive medals and certificates.
School with top team qualifies for entry into Auckland Finals and National Finals. For National Finals, a second school qualifies for entry if 20 or more teams compete; a third school qualifies for entry if 30 or more teams compete.
Prizewinners would be published here.