Matthew wins the Knight Cup!

Matthew Forster wins the Knight cup with a very impressive 7/7. He also won the best performance in the entire league so dont feel too depressed for not keeping up with him.

Full results are below in the format - Name, score, played , %

Matthew Forster representing England

We may be taking a short break to improve our game but meanwhile Horsham players continue to play some great chess.

Matthew Forster is out in Serbia representing England with fellow Horsham junior Amy Hoare.

A couple of useful websites so you can follow progress:

End of 2012-13 Season

Well another season has finished and a big thank you to so many of you all...from the team captains to people putting away tables, chairs and sets.Above all a big thanks to everyone for good humour and excellent bonhomie ! I just hope next season will be as much fun as this one.

See you all again on Tuesday 3 September...enjoy the summer break.

Last week of the season - Tuesday 25 June

Just a reminder that this Tuesday is the last week of the season ...

London Chess Classic

News of next years London chess classic

Horsham Players top performance in MSCL

Matt Forster has scored an amazing 7/7 to jointly share the top performance in the Mid Sussex League...well done to him and also to Roger Waddingham who achieved 8.5/11.

Full results at

Mike Forster wins Knockout

Congratulations to Mike Forster for winning the Knockout. After an initial draw with Anthony Higgs he was successful at the second attempt and picks up the Knockout trophy. Mike won the Knockout plate last year so he is building up an excellent track record in this event!

Chess Boxing in Brighton & Hove

Anthony wins Rook! Richardson wins Knight

Congratulations to Anthony Higgs who can not be caught in the Rook now.

Congratulations also to Paul Richardson for winning the Knight which secures him promotion to the Bishop for next season.

We are just waiting for the final results in the Bishop...

HJCC juniors in winning Sussex team

HJCC members Matthew Forster and Oliver Thorne were part of the winning Sussex team at the EPSCA Under 11 finals in Nottingham.


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