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South-East Lancashire Summer League ...

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3Cs' Players' Appearances
2024 Season  (inc 10 July)
Andy Lewis                      4
James Marshall               3
Karl Moorcroft                 3
Sachin Osmond               3
Dale James                      2
Robert McLean                2
Kyle Pelling                      2
Hunain Malik                   2
Maeve Martiniere            2
Mo Rohman                     2
Charlie Locke                   2
Noah Hicks                       2
Sean Hicks                       2
Vic Pelling                        1
Aaron Lewis                     1
Ibrahim Riaz                    1
Sam Owen                        1
Hafsa Riaz                        1
Ryan Connolly                  1
Oliver Shijaku                  1
Kinsley Au                        1
Tom Kearns                      1
Kingston Au                     1
Claire Kerton                    1
Ben Newton                     1
Jonathan Miller                1
Ryan Ainley                      1
James Kaliski                   1
Magnus McManus            1
John Walton                     1

The website of the South-East Lancashire Summer League can be viwed via this link ...  

A win for our first team away to Chorlton 2 secured the 2022 B Division Championship in the South-East Lancashire Summer League.  With 3Cs having rejoined the summer league this season after a 9 year gap, the 4.5 - 1.5 win gave them their first trophy in the league since 2003 and achieved with one match still to play and so far with a 100% record.

The Championship winning success in the match at Chorlton came via individual victories from Kyle Pelling, Karl Moorcroft, Jade Drummond and Everson Correa as well as a draw from Jonathan Miller.
3Cs use many of their younger or less-experienced players in the Summer League to help give them an early taste of playing in a competitive environment.

In doing so, they may, of course, face some opponents who have been around the chess scene for quite some time, yet the ultimate aim of the 3Cs club will have been achieved if our players can learn something from those games in order to help their future progress.

One such player is teenager James Marshall (pictured) who only joined 3Cs in 2022 but gained a win in the Summer League against an opponent rated more than 300 points ahead of him.
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