Successful season for Malpas Chess Team

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Some members of the 2015-6 Malpas chess team, showing off some of the trophies they won last season.

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From left to right, it is Klaus Tekniepe, who played for Malpas & Whitchurch Chess Club in the 2015-6 season, before leaving to form Tattenhall Chess Club, Peter Lovatt, Celeste McCrann and Charles Lowick Higgie.

The two big boards of for winning Division 2 of the Chester & District League and the Chester & District knock-out cup, while the smaller shield is the trophy Charles received for being the Division 2 Player of the Season in the Wirral League.

The Tattenhall and Malpas sides played together for one last time before going their separate ways in a friendly match on Tuesday September 6 against Crewe.

Tattenhall and Malpas lost 4.5 to 3.5 with wins coming from Klaus, Peter and Charles Lowick Higgie.

The clubs would like to thank to Gemma Charlotte Moon for hosting the event at The Old School Tea Rooms, and to her daughter Aleisha Moon who played bottom board, and to Dee Harris and Graham Harris who came and took photographs.

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