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Tattenhall's First Home Chess Match

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First Home Match ever!

On Wednesday, 21 September, Tattenhall chess players were excited to host the Pensby 3 side. The games took place on four boards. Although Tattenhall were outgraded at each board they finally scored a 2:2 draw. Malcolm Green quickly and unluckily lost at board three. After a win by Alan Inglis, board one, and Ian Mawhood's defeat at board two, Mike Dickinson patiently played till late, but won confidently. It was only the second chess league match of his life!

As Wednesday night is club night for Tattenhall Chess Club, further players not involved in league chess had come to play social chess at the same time. Overall there were 15 players gathered at Tattenhall's chess venue, 'Carriages' in Gatesheath. Many thanks to Diane and Paul from Carriages for creating an enjoyable atmosphere, allowing the chess community good games.

Interested in joining Tattenhall Chess Club? Please contact Klaus, phone 01829 771698 or email to tekniepe@wortzuwort.de.

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