Central America and the Caribbean Youth Chess Festival 2015

CAC Youth Chess Festival 2015

CAC Youth Chess Festival 2015 Invitation Final   The Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Youth Chess Festival 2015 shall take place at the Cascadia Hotel, St. Anns during the period August 13-20, 2015.   Tournament Details Pre-registration is required on or before August 4, 2015. Please refer to CAC Youth Chess Festival 2015 invitation for specific details to be provided. On-site registration occursRead More

Adrian Winter-Atwell wins First National Qualifier

Adrian Winter-Atwell finishes on 6 points out of 7, and in first place, after the conclusion of the First National Qualifier held at Pan American Life Building in Port of Spain. In a field of 24 participants, Adrian played confidently to seal his place in the National Chess Championship 2015. His only loss came toRead More

2nd National Qualifier takes place in Scarborough Tobago

This is an invitation to all national chess players to participate in the upcoming 2nd National Qualifier to take place at Anne Mitchell-Gift Auditorium, Scarborough Library, Garden Side Street, Scarborough, Tobago. Dates: June 19-21, 2015 Tournament: 6-round Swiss (once more than 7 players) Players are reminded that the next two (2) persons, to qualify for the National ChampionshipsRead More

TTCA Audited Accounts : 31st Dec, 2013

Dear stakeholder, Continuing in our practice to publish our audited accounts, the Management Committee of the Trinidad & Tobago Chess Association (TTCA), hereby submits for your attention, the Audited Accounts for 31st December 2013. It was signed by the auditors on 16th July 2014. In an effort to improve our governance and bridge the gapRead More

TTCA Audited Accounts : 31st Dec, 2012

Dear stakeholder, I wish you a safe, peaceful, grace-filled and fulfilling 2015. In an effort to grow as a respectable organisation and to increase our transparency rating in the eyes of our sponsors and stakeholders (especially the Ministry of Sports), the Management Committee of the Trinidad & Tobago Chess Association hereby embarks on a practice of publishingRead More

Najarah Rahaman takes early lead in competitive Girls’ U18

Young Najarah Rahaman shocked joint National Women’s champion and reigning U20 champion, Javanna Smith, in the first round of the what is arguably one of the strongest ever Girls’ U18 championship in T&T history. Najarah (left) played her usual English Opening (first move pawn to c4) against Javanna (right). The game was tense and went forRead More

Boys’ U18 Championship = 1st ever Match

For the first time in the History of T&T Junior Chess (and perhaps first time ever in T&T), the national champion will be decided by a match. Simon Ramdath of Naparima College and Mahendra Singh of Presentation, Chaguanas, are fighting for the U18 title. Singh, brother of Open Scholarship winner and National Men’s Champion, VishnuRead More