Nathaniel Moor has won the CCFC Club Championship with a score of 4-0; crosstable.
With a score of 5-0 Beatrice Low has won the Connecitcut State Girls' Championship for the fourth time in five years. Shesh
Budhabhatti (winner of 2018) and Haneesha Atkuri tied for second, Shesh clinching the qualification spot to the NNCT on tiebreakers.
Irving A. Robbins Middle School from Farmington won the team trophy. Final standings - Crosstable.
CT Girls' Championship at the Play More Chess Academy in Hamden.
Jordan Groff won the Greater Hartford Open in Coventry with a score of 3-0. Crosstable.
GM Aleksandr Lenderman gave a simul at NBCC.
He won all 21 games.
Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2020 from the CSCA!
News about Connecticut events in 2020 will be posted here as soon as the pieces start moving again. Last year's news can be found
There are several CSCA events coming up:
For more registration and more information on these and other upcoming chess events in Connecticut please visit our calendar.
- 2020 CT Girls' Championship will take place on Sunday January 19 at the Play More Chess Academy in Hamden.
- 2020 Greenwich City Scholastic Championship & CSCA NNGP Southern Leg will take place on Sunday January 26 at the Greenwich
- 2020 CT Grade Championship will take place on Saturday February 8 at the Roosevelt School in Bridgeport.
- CSCA Regional Scholastic Chess Tournament in southern Connecticut on February 29 or March 1 (more details will be
- CT K-12 State Championship will take place on March 7 at Manchester High School (more details will be announced soon).