New Members Always Welcome!

norths chess club is proud to be one of the oldest chess clubs in Australia (formed in 1908), and welcomes new members of all abilities. The club meets weekly (mostly Tuesday evenings) at norths 12 Abbott Street, Cammeray, NSW.

Check the calendar below for our schedule.
 President's Message

Dear fellow Club members, 

Qualitatively, 2014 has surely been the greatest year ever in our Club’s illustrious 106 years long history ... 

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Little Board, Big Board, Board of Education

We won - Click for details.
They won - Click for details.
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 Purdy Memorial results

Julian Kuan won the 2014 John Purdy Memorial Trophy, on tiebreak with Donato Mallari. CLICK HERE to see all the prizewinners and results.

 norths rapid

Congratulations to the prizewinners:

=1st - Blair Mandla, Jason Hu
3rd - Neil Wright 
U2000-1700 - Pertti Sirkka 
U1700-1400 - Michael Roberts
=U1400 - Anthony Fikh, Aleksy Ginovic 

 Winter Ladder result

Congratulations to dual winner Anthony Fikh, finishing highest on the ladder and having the best strike rate.
  Congratulations on winning the norths seniors tournament

Congratulations to our President Paul Glissan on winning the tournament, and in equal second place Aram Sanalciyan and Yu-Shiun Chen. 

1st: Paul Glissan
=2nd:  Aram Sanalciyan and Yu-Shiun Chen
=Best U1800: Marek Baterowicz and Ian Dickson
=Best U1600: Ivan Case and Norman Greenwood 

  2014 Club Championship results

Congratulations to Club Champion Michael Morris with a perfect score of 11/11, and to all other placegetters.

Championship1st: Michael Morris; 2nd: Thomas Xuan; 3rd: Julian Kuan
Candidates1st: Jan Roksvold on tiebreak over 2nd: Pertti Sirkka; 3rd: Steve Garner
Reserves A1st: Justin Vowles; =2nd: Chris Sparks, Mick Zekic
Reserves B1st:Michael Roberts; 2nd: David James; 3rd: Mark Wilson
Reserves C1stMichael Pogrebinsky; 2nd: Roy Banicevic; 3rd: Bosko Aleksovski 
Reserves D1stJoe Chua in a playoff with 2nd: Max Mikkelsen and David Marsh
Reserves E1st: Tristan Weijermars in a playoff with 2nd: John Baker; 3rd: Neil Ashworth