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Tournament: 51st British Chess Championship • 40/176 games plus 5 part-games, plus 19 games from subsidiary sections
Venue: West County Modern School, Whitby • Dates: 17-28 August 1964 • Download PGN • Last Edited: Saturday 25 June, 2022 7:16 PM

1964 British Chess Championship, Whitby, 17-28 August 1963« »1965

1964 British Chess Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Total 
1 Haygarth,Michael John Leeds ♦ 1/13 ◊ ½/3 ♦ 1/6 ◊ ½/20 ♦ 1/4 ♦ 1/5 ◊ 1/10 ◊ 1/2 ♦ ½/11 ◊ 1/12 ♦ ½/7 9
2 Hindle,Owen Mark Norwich ♦ 1/24 ◊ ½/6 ♦ ½/3 ◊ ½/12 ♦ 1/19 ◊ 1/11 ◊ ½/4 ♦ 0/1 ◊ ½/7 ♦ ½/13 ◊ 1/5 7
3 Cafferty,Bernard Smethwick ◊ 1/26 ♦ ½/1 ◊ ½/2 ♦ ½/10 ◊ 1/22 ♦ ½/4 ◊ ½/8 ♦ ½/7 ◊ ½/5 ♦ 1/11 ♦ ½/6 7
4 Littlewood,Norman Sheffield ♦ 1/14 ◊ 1/30 ♦ 1/5 ♦ 1/8 ◊ 0/1 ◊ ½/3 ♦ ½/2 ◊ ½/11 ♦ 0/6 ♦ ½/7 ◊ 1/10 7
5 Golombek,Harry Chalfont St Giles ♦ 1/32 ◊ 1/19 ◊ 0/4 ♦ 1/26 ♦ 1/20 ◊ 0/1 ◊ ½/7 ♦ 1/10 ♦ ½/3 ◊ 1/6 ♦ 0/2 7
6 Littlewood,John Eric Skegness ◊ 1/29 ♦ ½/2 ◊ 0/1 ♦ ½/17 ◊ ½/9 ♦ ½/15 ◊ 1/21 ♦ 1/8 ◊ 1/4 ♦ 0/5 ◊ ½/3
7 Penrose,Jonathan London ♦ 0/30 ◊ 1/14 ♦ ½/27 ◊ 1/23 ♦ ½/11 ◊ 1/18 ♦ ½/5 ◊ ½/3 ♦ ½/2 ◊ ½/4 ◊ ½/1
8 Clarke,Peter Hugh Woodford Green ♦ ½/20 ◊ 1/32 ♦ 1/12 ◊ 0/4 ♦ ½/18 ◊ 1/21 ♦ ½/3 ◊ 0/6 ♦ ½/15 ◊ ½/9 ◊ 1/17
9 Fuller,Ronald A Ilford ◊ ½/21 ♦ ½/17 ◊ 0/10 ◊ 1/24 ♦ ½/6 ◊ ½/19 ♦ 0/11 ◊ 1/16 ♦ 1/27 ♦ ½/8 ◊ 1/13
10 Seppings,John L York ♦ ½/11 ◊ ½/23 ♦ 1/9 ◊ ½/3 ♦ 1/13 ◊ 1/20 ♦ 0/1 ◊ 0/5 ♦ ½/17 ◊ 1/14 ♦ 0/4 6
11 Ansell,Jeffrey Cheltenham ◊ ½/10 ♦ ½/18 ◊ 1/28 ♦ 1/21 ◊ ½/7 ♦ 0/2 ◊ 1/9 ♦ ½/4 ◊ ½/1 ◊ 0/3 ♦ ½/15 6
12 Beach,Thomas John Liverpool ◊ 1/28 ♦ ½/22 ◊ 0/8 ♦ ½/2 ◊ ½/17 ♦ 1/30 ◊ ½/13 ◊ 1/20 ♦ ½/14 ♦ 0/1 ◊ ½/16 6
13 Parr,David London ◊ 0/1 ♦ ½/28 ♦ 1/31 ◊ 1/27 ◊ 0/10 ♦ 1/22 ♦ ½/12 ◊ ½/17 ♦ 1/20 ◊ ½/2 ♦ 0/9 6
14 Chesters,Graham Crewe ◊ 0/4 ♦ 0/7 ◊ 1/29 ♦ 1/25 ◊ ½/15 ♦ ½/17 ◊ ½/18 ♦ 1/26 ◊ ½/12 ♦ 0/10 ◊ 1/21 6
15 Parr,Frank London ♦ 1/31 ◊ 0/20 ♦ 0/19 ◊ 1/16 ♦ ½/14 ◊ ½/6 ♦ ½/26 ♦ 1/18 ◊ ½/8 ♦ ½/17 ◊ ½/11 6
16 Pritchard,David Brine Milford ◊ 0/22 ♦ 1/29 ◊ 0/18 ♦ 0/15 ◊ ½/27 ◊ 1/32 ♦ 1/30 ♦ 0/9 ◊ 1/23 ♦ 1/26 ♦ ½/12 6
17 Winser,W Arthur Hastings ♦ ½/27 ◊ ½/9 ♦ ½/30 ◊ ½/6 ♦ ½/12 ◊ ½/14 ♦ 1/19 ♦ ½/13 ◊ ½/10 ◊ ½/15 ♦ 0/8
18 Firth,Malcolm Chadderton ♦ ½/23 ◊ ½/11 ♦ 1/16 ◊ ½/19 ◊ ½/8 ♦ 0/7 ♦ ½/14 ◊ 0/15 ♦ ½/21 ◊ 1/20 ♦ ½/24
19 Fazekas,Stefan Buckhurst Hill ◊ 1/25 ♦ 0/5 ◊ 1/15 ♦ ½/18 ◊ 0/2 ♦ ½/9 ◊ 0/17 ♦ ½/21 ◊ ½/26 ♦ 1/28 ◊ ½/23
20 Scholes,James Edward Sheffield ◊ ½/8 ♦ 1/15 ◊ 1/22 ♦ ½/1 ◊ 0/5 ♦ 0/10 ◊ 1/24 ♦ 0/12 ◊ 0/13 ♦ 0/18 ◊ 1/28 5
21 Harris,Ronald A Croydon ♦ ½/9 ◊ ½/27 ♦ 1/23 ◊ 0/11 ◊ 1/26 ♦ 0/8 ♦ 0/6 ◊ ½/19 ◊ ½/18 ♦ 1/22 ♦ 0/14 5
22 Levens,David G East Leake ♦ 1/16 ◊ ½/12 ♦ 0/20 ◊ 1/30 ♦ 0/3 ◊ 0/13 ♦ ½/23 ◊ ½/27 ♦ ½/25 ◊ 0/21 ♦ 1/31 5
23 Thomas,Andrew Rowland B Tiverton ◊ ½/18 ♦ ½/10 ◊ 0/21 ♦ 0/7 ◊ 0/24 ♦ 1/25 ◊ ½/22 ♦ 1/32 ♦ 0/16 ◊ 1/31 ♦ ½/19 5
24 Basman,Michael John Claygate ◊ 0/2 ♦ 1/25 ◊ 0/26 ♦ 0/9 ♦ 1/23 ◊ ½/29 ♦ 0/20 ◊ 1/31 ◊ 0/28 ♦ 1/32 ◊ ½/18 5
25 Davie,Alexander Munroe Dundee ♦ 0/19 ◊ 0/24 ♦ ½/32 ◊ 0/14 ♦ ½/31 ◊ 0/23 ◊ ½/28 ♦ 1/29 ◊ ½/22 ♦ 1/27 ◊ 1/30 5
26 Coast,Peter Cheltenham ♦ 0/3 ◊ 1/31 ♦ 1/24 ◊ 0/5 ♦ 0/21 ♦ 1/27 ◊ ½/15 ◊ 0/14 ♦ ½/19 ◊ 0/16 ♦ ½/29
27 Abrahams,Gerald Liverpool ◊ ½/17 ♦ ½/21 ◊ ½/7 ♦ 0/13 ♦ ½/16 ◊ 0/26 ◊ 1/29 ♦ ½/22 ◊ 0/9 ◊ 0/25 ♦ 1/32
28 Johnstone,John A Glasgow ♦ 0/12 ◊ ½/13 ♦ 0/11 ◊ 0/32 ♦ 0/29 ◊ 1/31 ♦ ½/25 ◊ ½/30 ♦ 1/24 ◊ 0/19 ♦ 0/20
29 Soesan,Joseph M Cobham ♦ 0/6 ◊ 0/16 ♦ 0/14 ◊ ½/31 ◊ 1/28 ♦ ½/24 ♦ 0/27 ◊ 0/25 ♦ 0/32 ♦ 1/30 ◊ ½/26
30 Holmes,Hugh D Glasgow ◊ 1/7 ♦ 0/4 ◊ ½/17 ♦ 0/22 ♦ 1/32 ◊ 0/12 ◊ 0/16 ♦ ½/28 ♦ 0/31 ◊ 0/29 ♦ 0/25 3
31 Hardy,Otto Henry Loughborough ◊ 0/15 ♦ 0/26 ◊ 0/13 ♦ ½/29 ◊ ½/25 ♦ 0/28 ◊ 1/32 ♦ 0/24 ◊ 1/30 ♦ 0/23 ◊ 0/22 3
32 Orchard,Christopher R Eastbourne ◊ 0/5 ♦ 0/8 ◊ ½/25 ♦ 1/28 ◊ 0/30 ♦ 0/16 ♦ 0/31 ◊ 0/23 ◊ 1/29 ◊ 0/24 ◊ 0/27

RESULTS IN OTHER TOURNAMENTS [main sources BCM, October 1964, pps 295-297 & 1964/65 BCF Yearbook]

The title also changed hands in the British Ladies’ Championship. With the strongest field for some years, this tournament produced an exciting finish. Captain Sunnucks snatched victory from Mrs. Pritchard by beating her in a fluctuating last-round game, whereupon Miss Tranmer, who could still tie, missed her chance against the holder, Mrs. Bruce, and was forced to agree to a draw when left with just two Bishops versus one!

1964 British Ladies Chess Championship, Whitby 1963« »1965

1964 British Ladies Chess Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14  Total 
1 (Patricia) Anne Sunnucks London
&;
1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 ½ 1 1 10½
2 Elaine Pritchard Milford 0
&;
½ ½ 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 10
3 Eileen Betsy Tranmer London 0 ½
&;
½ 1 ½ ½ 1 1 1 1 1 1d 1 10
4 Rowena Mary Bruce Plymouth 0 ½ ½
&;
½ 1 0 ½ ½ 1 1 1 1d 1
5 Mary Araluen Elizabeth Anne Henniker-Heaton London 0 0 0 ½
&;
½ ½ 1 1 ½ 1 1 1d 1 8
6 Sheila A Corbyn Birmingham 0 0 ½ 0 ½
&;
1 0 ½ 1 1 1 1d 1
7 Nancy C Elder Dundee 1 0 ½ 1 ½ 0
&;
0 ½ 1 ½ 1 1 ½
8 Gillian A Moore Southampton 0 0 0 ½ 0 1 1
&;
1 0 ½ 1 1 1 7
9 Cicely Mary Murphy Manchester 0 1 0 ½ 0 ½ ½ 0
&;
1 1 1 ½ ½
10 Mrs E Ingram * Whitchurch 0 0 0 0 ½ 0 0 1 0
&;
½ 1 1d 1 5
11 Margaret Eleanor Lander Gillingham 1 0 0 0 0 0 ½ ½ 0 ½
&;
½ 1d 1 5
12 Leah Margaret Hogarth Glasgow ½ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ½
&;
0 1 2
13 Olive Richards § Cobham 0 0 0d 0d 0d 0d 0 0 ½ 0d 0d 1
&;
½ 2
14 Sarah Margaret (Peggy) Steedman Bothwell 0 0 0 0 0 0 ½ 0 ½ 0 0 0 ½
&;

* BCM gives 'Miss'; BCF Yearbook gives 'Mrs' which is correct. Born in Vienna, according to the Shropshire chess website. From some genealogical researches, I think she may have been Anneliese Degenhardt (1921-2011), marrying George A Ingram in Wellington, Shropshire, in 1951. Not sure what the 'E' stands for - perhaps she changed her forename to something more British when she married.
§ Olive Richards withdrew after 7 rounds

1964 BCF Major Open, Whitby

1964 BCF Major Open Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Total 
1 David Lees Bury 1/17 1/7 ½/8 1/10 ½/2 ½/4 1/14 1/11 1/5 ½/3 ½/6
2 John A Lawrence Birmingham ½/14 1/27 1/18 1/8 ½/1 ½/3 1/4 ½/15 1/11 ½/10 ½/5 8
3 Leo J Kerkhoff Netherlands 1/10 1/23 1/5 1/24 ½/4 ½/2 0/11 0/8 1/15 ½/1 1/12
4 Harry Lamb Bolton ½/19 1/33 1/34 1/14 ½/3 ½/1 0/2 0/7 1/13 1/11 1/10
5 Christopher B Wood Sutton Coldfield 1/35 1/32 0/3 1/13 ½/7 ½/12 1/20 1/14 0/1 1/8 ½/2
6 Percy B Cook London ½/18 1/31 ½/19 0/7 ½/10 0/20 1/26 1/30 1/34 1/15 ½/1 7
7 R Klugman Bickley 1/13 0/1 1/38 1/6 ½/5 ½/8 0/15 1/4 ½/12 ½/21 1/24 7
8 Ronald Thomas London 1/38 1/15 ½/1 0/2 1/24 ½/7 1/12 1/3 0/10 0/5 1/14 7
9 Graham Chesters snr Crewe ½/34 1/20 0/24 0/11 1/18 ½/23 1/35 ½/19 0/14 1/17 1/21
10 (Derek) George Ellison Bolton 0/3 1/25 1/32 0/2 ½/6 1/26 ½/17 1/23 1/8 ½/2 0/4
11 S J Ridout Sevenoaks 1/bye ½/24 0/14 1/9 1/21 1/29 1/3 0/1 0/2 0/4 1/20
12 David W Anderton Wolverhampton 0/15 ½/28 1/37 1/30 1/23 ½/5 0/8 1/17 ½/7 ½/14 0/3 6
13 James R Boyce Bristol 0/7 1/39 1/15 0/5 ½/26 ½/19 ½/30 1/24 0/4 ½/18 1/27 6
14 Jan M Greben Netherlands ½/2 1/21 1/11 0/4 1/16 1/17 0/1 0/5 1/9 ½/12 0/8 6
15 Peter G Moore Heald Green ½/12 0/8 0/13 1/32 1/35 1/27 1/7 ½/2 0/3 0/6 ½/19 6
16 A Cockcroft Lincoln ½/20 ½/26 ½/30 1/34 0/14 ½/24 0/19 ½/33 ½/22 1/31 ½/18
17 Philip E Collier Leicester 0/1 ½/30 1/33 1/18 1/19 0/14 ½/10 0/12 ½/24 0/9 1/32
18 Charles Ambrose Scott Damant Hastings ½/6 1/22 0/2 0/17 0/9 1/39 0/32 1/35 1/29 ½/13 ½/16
19 Hendrik Jacob Van den Herik Netherlands ½/4 1/36 ½/6 ½/23 0/17 ½/13 1/16 ½/9 ½/21 0/27 ½/15
20 Conrad Kiers Netherlands ½/16 0/9 0/36 1/22 1/28 1/6 0/5 0/21 1/31 1/32 0/12
21 Harry Gethin Thorp Matchett Bexhill ½/33 0/14 1/39 1/27 0/11 1/34 0/24 1/20 ½/19 ½/7 0/9
22 James R Nicolson Manchester ½/30 0/18 0/27 0/20 1/bye ½/33 ½/37 1/26 ½/16 ½/23 1/34
23 Geoffrey Irving Rhodes Ponteland 1/28 0/3 1/26 ½/19 0/12 ½/9 1/29 0/10 0/27 ½/22 1/30
24 S Wilkinson Doncaster 1/39 ½/11 1/9 0/3 0/8 ½/16 1/21 0/13 ½/17 1/34 0/7
25 Leslie R Kirkcaldy Wallasey 0/26 0/10 1/bye 0/35 0/32 ½/28 ½/38 ½/37 1/39 ½/33 1/36 5
26 Robert Love Lamming Douglas IOM 1/25 ½/20 0/23 ½/36 ½/13 0/10 0/6 0/22 1/bye ½/38 1/35 5
27 Enno P Noordhoff Netherlands ½/29 0/2 1/22 0/21 1/30 0/15 ½/31 1/28 1/23 0/19 0/13 5
28 Robert P Ross Hull 0/23 ½/12 0/29 1/31 0/20 ½/25 1/39 0/27 ½/30 ½/37 1/38 5
29 G R Evans Newbury ½/27 0/34 1/28 ½/38 1/36 0/11 0/23 0/31 0/18 ½/39 1/bye
30 J A Flood Exeter ½/22 ½/17 ½/16 0/12 0/27 1/38 ½/13 0/6 ½/28 1/36 0/23
31 D Gibson Peterlee ½/36 0/6 ½/35 0/28 1/37 ½/32 ½/27 1/29 0/20 0/16 ½/33
32 B Howard Blackpool 1/37 0/5 0/10 0/15 1/25 ½/31 1/18 0/34 1/33 0/20 0/17
33 Dr P D Ralph London ½/21 0/4 0/17 ½/37 ½/39 ½/22 1/bye ½/16 0/32 ½/25 ½/31
34 Ernst Roscam Abbing Netherlands ½/9 1/29 0/4 0/16 1/38 0/21 1/26 1/32 0/6 0/24 0/22
35 Charles Reuben Gurnhill Sheffield 0/5 ½/37 ½/31 1/25 0/15 1/36 0/9 0/18 0/38 1/bye 0/26 4
36 S Lambert Solihull ½/31 0/19 1/20 ½/26 0/29 0/35 0/34 1/bye 1/37 0/30 0/25 4
37 Colin M Malcolm Glasgow 0/32 ½/35 0/12 ½/33 0/31 1/bye ½/22 ½/25 0/36 ½/28 ½/39 4
38 John H Manners Sutton 0/8 1/bye 0/7 ½/29 0/34 0/30 ½/25 ½/39 1/35 ½/26 0/28 4
39 W A van Veen Netherlands 0/24 0/13 0/21 1/bye ½/33 0/18 0/28 ½/38 0/25 ½/29 ½/37 3

1964 British Under-21 Chess Championship, Whitby

1964 British Under-21 Chess Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Total 
1 Christopher F Woodcock Hoylake 1/20 1/14 1/2 ½/13 0/6 1/4 ½/5 1/8 1/12 ½/3 1/9
2 Richard A Beach Leeds 1/25 1/26 0/1 0/31 ½/11 1/24 1/18 1/4 1/6 ½/5 1/8 8
3 Andrew J Whiteley Oxford 1/29 ½/5 1/23 0/6 ½/13 1/16 0/8 1/21 1/4 ½/1 1/12
4 Barry N Green Altrincham 1/30 1/16 ½/13 ½/9 1/31 0/1 1/12 0/2 0/3 1/7 1/6 7
5 William R Hartston Enfield 1/12 ½/3 ½/15 1/14 ½/9 1/31 ½/1 1/6 0/8 ½/2 ½/13 7
6 Michael A Stevenson Wolverhampton ½/31 1/28 1/21 1/3 1/1 1/12 1/13 0/5 0/2 ½/8 0/4 7
7 Michael J Conroy Burnley 0/13 ½/11 1/28 ½/21 1/14 ½/18 ½/9 ½/15 1/20 0/4 1/19
8 Alan Templeton Ludgate High Wycombe 0/9 0/17 1/30 1/29 1/23 1/15 1/3 0/1 1/5 ½/6 0/2
9 Graham Arthur Winbow Wolverhampton 1/8 ½/21 1/18 ½/4 ½/5 0/13 ½/7 ½/11 1/22 1/10 0/1
10 Anthony James Booth Manchester 1/11 0/13 0/16 0/20 1/30 1/29 0/21 1/17 1/18 0/9 1/22 6
11 P R Hindley Oxford 0/10 ½/7 1/32 ½/23 ½/2 ½/22 1/31 ½/9 ½/13 0/12 1/26 6
12 Peter M Jamieson Glasgow 0/5 1/30 1/22 1/19 1/16 0/6 0/4 1/13 0/1 1/11 0/3 6
13 Victor W Knox Wirral 1/7 1/10 ½/4 ½/1 ½/3 1/9 0/6 0/12 ½/11 ½/15 ½/5 6
14 Bernard Kooiman West Hartlepool 1/19 0/1 1/26 0/5 0/7 1/23 ½/16 0/22 1/24 1/18 ½/15 6
15 M H Miller Leicester ½/23 1/32 ½/5 0/16 1/19 0/8 ½/22 ½/7 1/21 ½/13 ½/14 6
16 Edward Davis Glasgow 1/24 0/4 1/10 1/15 0/2 0/3 ½/14 0/18 1/19 ½/22 ½/17
17 Raymond J Gamble Derby 0/21 1/8 0/31 0/18 ½/27 1/25 ½//24 0/10 1/28 1/20 ½/16
18 W B Wells Dorking 0/26 1/25 0/9 1/17 1/20 ½/7 0/2 1/16 0/10 0/14 1/27
19 G J Burt Edinburgh 0/14 1/20 1/24 0/12 0/15 0/21 1/30 1/27 0/16 1/25 0/7 5
20 David Michael Gostyn London 0/1 0/19 1/25 1/10 0/18 0/27 1/29 1/28 0/7 0/17 1/32 5
21 Roger Keely Wolverhampton 1/17 ½/9 0/6 ½/7 0/22 1/19 1/10 0/3 0/15 ½/27 ½/23 5
22 Derek Lamb Bolton ½/28 ½/31 0/12 ½/24 1/21 ½/11 ½/15 1/14 0/9 ½/16 0/10 5
23 H M Wilkins Northwood ½/15 1/27 0/3 ½/11 0/8 0/14 ½/25 ½/24 ½/26 1/32 ½/21 5
24 Paul E O Durrant New Malden 0/16 1/29 0/19 ½/22 1/26 0/2 ½/17 ½/23 0/14 ½/28 ½/25
25 R W Maskell Rossendale 0/2 0/18 0/20 ½/30 1/32 0/17 ½/23 1/31 1/29 0/19 ½/24
26 Roger Mylward Aldershot 1/18 0/2 0/14 ½/27 0/24 0/28 ½/32 1/30 ½/23 1/29 0/11
27 R G Taylor Cardiff ½/32 0/23 0/29 ½/26 ½/17 1/20 ½/28 0/19 1/30 ½/21 0/18
28 B Cook Somercotes ½/22 0/6 0/7 1/32 0/29 1/26 ½/27 0/20 0/17 ½/24 ½/30 4
29 Roland E Graf Leicester 0/3 0/24 1/27 0/8 1/28 0/10 0/20 1/32 0/25 0/26 1/bye 4
30 Richard J Lighton Birmingham 0/4 0/12 0/8 ½/25 0/10 1/32 0/19 0/26 0/27 1/bye ½/28 3
31 John N Walker Cowley ½/6 ½/22 1/17 1/2 0/4 0/5 0/11 0/25 withdrawn 3 / 8
32 David T Hartshorne Scarborough ½/27 0/15 0/11 0/28 0/25 0/30 ½/26 0/29 1/bye 0/23 0/20 2

1964 British Boys' Under-18 Chess Championship, Whitby

1964 British Boys' Under-18 Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13  Total 
1 Brian John Denman Hove 1/44 1/46 0/19 1/23 1/26 1/4 1/17 1/2 1/21 0/3 1/12 ½/15 1/14 10½
2 Raymond Dennis Keene London 1/28 1/32 ½/26 ½/15 1/57 1/9 1/21 0/1 1/19 1/10 1/3 1/12 ½/6 10½
3 Philip Almond Blackburn 1/51 1/24 ½/25 ½/26 ½/7 1/45 1/38 ½/21 1/9 1/1 0/2 ½/10 1/15
4 Nicholas J Patterson London 1/70 ½/40 ½/42 1/55 1/44 0/1 0/9 1/28 1/26 ½/11 ½/14 1/17 1/10 9
5 Leon P Burnett Weston-super-Mare 1/66 ½/58 ½/14 0/9 1/54 1/41 1/26 ½/19 0/12 ½/13 1/38 ½/11 1/16
6 John S Rastall Sheffield 1/53 0/15 ½/46 1/62 0/17 ½/58 ½/44 1/43 1/42 ½/49 1/29 1/25 ½/2
7 Thomas Bimpson Northwich 1/36 0/57 1/12 1/8 ½/3 1/14 ½/11 0/9 0/13 ½/18 ½/34 1/41 1/32 8
8 R B Davies Birmingham 0/25 1/56 1/67 0/7 0/12 1/54 1/40 ½/41 ½/18 1/42 ½/19 ½/13 1/31 8
9 Brian Ratcliffe Eley Bolton-on-Dearne 1/52 1/23 0/13 1/5 1/45 0/2 1/4 1/7 0/3 ½/21 0/10 ½/19 1/25 8
10 Peter Charles Griffiths Birmingham ½/31 0/29 1/63 1/24 0/15 1/44 1/42 1/13 1/49 0/2 1/9 ½/3 0/4 8
11 Nigel John Kalton Bromley 1/48 0/13 1/52 ½/61 1/20 1/15 ½/7 1/17 0/14 ½/4 ½/21 ½/5 ½/12 8
12 D R Morris London ½/21 1/35 0/7 ½/29 1/8 ½/57 1/43 1/18 1/5 1/14 0/1 0/2 ½/11 8
13 Ronald William Nicholas Hove 1/50 1/11 1/9 1/57 ½/49 0/21 0/19 0/10 1/7 ½/5 ½/25 ½/8 1/23 8
14 (Paul) John Patience Southampton ½/16 1/31 ½/5 1/20 ½/18 0/7 1/45 1/15 1/11 0/12 ½/4 1/21 0/1 8
15 Brian R Smith Stockton-on-Tees 1/39 1/6 0/45 ½/2 1/10 0/11 1/37 0/14 1/60 1/19 1/17 ½/1 0/3 8
16 P Blackman Rotherham ½/14 0/47 1/27 ½/46 ½/58 1/60 ½/49 ½/57 ½/41 ½/28 1/39 1/26 0/5
17 P M George Edinburgh 0/40 1/36 1/50 1/42 1/6 1/49 0/1 0/11 1/34 1/38 0/15 0/4 ½/21
18 John Hall Barnsley 0/54 1/70 1/32 1/40 ½/14 0/19 1/22 0/12 ½/8 ½/7 0/20 1/48 1/33
19 Peter W Murphy Blackburn 1/59 1/64 1/1 ½/45 0/21 1/18 1/13 ½/5 0/2 0/15 ½/8 ½/9 ½/20
20 C Needham Leicester 1/68 0/26 1/39 0/14 0/11 0/22 1/56 ½/32 1/50 1/43 1/18 ½/31 ½/19
21 David J Strauss Loughton ½/12 1/69 1/58 1/25 1/19 1/13 0/2 ½/3 0/1 ½/9 ½/11 0/14 ½/17
22 Michael N Walsh Crewe 1/64 0/25 0/44 0/39 1/32 1/20 0/18 1/24 0/28 1/58 1/46 ½/34 1/38
23 Bruce Howard Birchall Nottingham 1/43 0/9 1/34 0/1 0/46 1/50 0/27 1/bye 0/29 1/64 1/57 1/24 0/13 7
24 George Steven Botterill Shipley 1/30 0/3 ½/48 0/10 0/28 1/52 ½/36 0/22 1/62 1/51 1/47 0/23 1/34 7
25 Stephen R Curry Pinner 1/8 1/22 ½/3 0/21 ½/37 0/26 ½/47 1/46 1/57 1/31 ½/13 0/6 0/9 7
26 Richard V M Hall Shipley 1/62 1/20 ½/2 ½/3 0/1 1/25 0/5 1/55 0/4 ½/39 1/28 0/16 ½/29 7
27 D M Howard Sheffield ½/49 0/61 0/16 1/65 1/30 ½/35 1/23 0/38 1/55 0/29 ½/48 ½/40 1/45 7
28 T D Hughes Liverpool 0/2 0/34 ½/36 1/59 1/24 1/33 ½/57 0/4 1/22 ½/16 0/26 ½/45 1/49 7
29 Richard C Lemon New Malden ½/41 1/10 0/37 ½/12 ½/42 ½/40 0/58 1/66 1/23 1/27 0/6 ½/38 ½/26 7
30 Griffith H T Parsonage Liverpool 0/24 ½/43 0/68 1/51 0/27 1/66 0/31 ½/50 1/56 ½/40 ½/42 1/60 1/46 7
31 Terence Audley K Thomson Burton ½/10 0/14 1/60 ½/68 0/39 ½/63 1/30 1/33 1/45 0/25 1/49 ½/20 0/8 7
32 B Whitehouse Oldbury 1/67 0/2 0/18 0/34 0/22 1/65 1/62 ½/20 1/44 1/33 ½/41 1/49 0/7 7
33 Peter Cartmel Liverpool 0/46 0/50 ½/41 1/36 1/52 0/28 1/54 0/31 1/37 0/32 1/55 1/39 0/18
34 B L Cartwright Wirral 0/57 1/28 0/23 1/32 0/47 1/48 1/bye 1/58 0/17 ½/41 ½/7 ½/22 0/24
35 Peter R Furnborough West Bridgford ½/42 0/12 1/59 ½/54 ½/40 ½/27 ½/46 ½/60 0/43 ½/55 1/44 ½/36 ½/41
36 P J Gregory Stoke-on-Trent 0/7 0/17 ½/28 0/33 1/bye 1/69 ½/24 ½/63 1/61 ½/48 ½/45 ½/35 ½/40
37 John G Kensit Birmingham 1/72 ½/55 1/29 0/49 ½/25 ½/43 0/15 0/48 0/33 ½/61 ½/52 1/53 1/57
38 Peter R Morriss London 0/58 0/44 1/72 1/71 1/48 1/47 0/3 1/27 1/39 0/17 0/5 ½/29 0/22
39 G L Porter Sheffield 0/15 1/72 0/20 1/22 1/31 1/46 1/55 0/49 0/38 ½/56 0/16 0/33 1/60
40 David John Sully Cardiff 1/17 ½/4 ½/55 0/18 ½/35 ½/29 0/8 ½/61 ½/63 ½/30 1/58 ½/27 ½/36
41 J W Wadkin Rugby ½/29 0/49 ½/33 1/70 1/68 0/5 1/61 ½/8 ½/16 ½/34 ½/32 0/7 ½/35
42 A F Brown Derby ½/35 1/65 ½/4 0/17 ½/29 1/53 0/10 1/44 0/6 0/8 ½/30 ½/57 ½/47 6
43 J F Brown Blackburn 0/23 ½/30 1/65 ½/52 1/53 ½/37 0/12 0/6 1/35 0/20 ½/63 ½/47 ½/48 6
44 William P Cartman Harrogate 0/1 1/38 1/22 1/64 0/4 0/10 ½/6 0/42 0/32 1/65 0/35 ½/51 1/62 6
45 Anthony M M Hurman Burnham 1/56 1/54 1/15 ½/19 0/9 0/3 0/14 1/47 0/31 ½/57 ½/36 ½/28 0/27 6
46 Derek R Markham Leeds 1/33 0/1 ½/6 ½/16 1/23 0/39 ½/35 0/25 ½/47 1/63 0/22 1/55 0/30 6
47 Geoffrey M Peake Barnsley ½/61 1/16 0/49 ½/48 1/34 0/38 ½/25 0/45 ½/46 1/60 0/24 ½/43 ½/42 6
48 M G Smith Leicester 0/11 1/51 ½/24 ½/47 0/38 0/34 1/64 1/37 ½/58 ½/36 ½/27 0/18 ½/43 6
49 John Tolan Bradford ½/27 1/41 1/47 1/37 ½/13 0/17 ½/16 1/39 0/10 ½/6 0/31 0/32 0/28 6
50 Nigel G Burne Burton-on-Trent 0/13 1/33 0/17 ½/63 0/61 0/23 1/53 ½/30 0/20 1/69 ½/51 ½/62 ½/52
51 W Cole Birmingham 0/3 0/48 0/71 0/30 ½/65 1/bye ½/52 1/69 1/bye 0/24 ½/50 ½/44 ½/58
52 Louis R Fraser Birmingham 0/9 1/66 0/11 ½/43 0/33 0/24 ½/51 ½/59 ½/54 ½/56 ½/37 1/67 ½/50
53 Roderick P Greenhalgh Bolton 0/6 1/71 ½/54 ½/58 0/53 0/42 0/50 0/56 ½/59 1/67 1/66 0/37 1/65
54 Nicholas J D Jacobs Newcastle 1/18 0/45 ½/53 ½/35 0/5 0/8 0/33 ½/64 ½/52 ½/62 ½/59 ½/61 1/69
55 G A Jones Cardiff 1/60 ½/37 ½/40 0/4 1/64 1/61 0/39 0/26 0/27 ½/35 0/33 0/46 1/67
56 R G Moore Bolton 0/45 0/8 0/64 ½/67 1/bye ½/62 0/20 1/53 0/30 ½/52 ½/65 ½/59 1/63
57 David Kay Openshaw Nelson 1/34 1/7 1/61 0/13 0/2 ½/12 ½/28 ½/16 0/25 ½/45 0/23 ½/42 0/37
58 David Welch Chesterfield 1/38 ½/5 0/21 ½/53 ½/16 ½/6 1/29 0/34 ½/48 0/22 0/40 ½/63 ½/51
59 B Whittle Ashton-under-Lyne 0/19 ½/60 0/35 0/28 0/69 ½/67 ½/65 ½/52 ½/53 1/66 ½/54 ½/56 1/64
60 M Ash Loughton 0/55 ½/59 0/31 1/69 1/62 0/16 1/63 v35 0/15 0/47 1/61 0/30 0/39 5
61 D Oakes Wilmslow ½/47 1/27 0/57 ½/11 1/50 0/55 0/41 ½/40 0/36 ½/37 0/60 ½/54 ½/66 5
62 David M Starkie Nelson 0/26 ½/68 1/69 0/6 0/60 ½/56 0/32 1/67 0/24 ½/54 1/62 ½/50 0/44 5
63 P R Wood Chippenham 1/71 0/19 0/10 ½/50 1/bye ½/31 0/60 ½/36 ½/40 0/46 ½/43 ½/58 0/56 5
64 D Benjamin Darlington 0/22 1/67 1/56 0/44 0/55 0/68 0/48 ½/54 1/66 0/23 0/62 1/69 0/59
65 A Sedgwick Darlington ½/69 0/42 0/43 0/27 ½/51 0/32 ½/59 1/bye 1/67 0/44 ½/56 ½/66 0/53
66 N Spencer Chesterfield 0/5 0/52 0/70 ½/72 1/67 0/30 1/69 0/29 0/64 0/59 0/53 ½/65 ½/61
67 D G Hunter Taunton 0/32 0/64 0/8 ½/56 0/66 ½/59 1/bye 0/62 0/65 0/53 1/69 0/52 0/55 3
68 J P Simpson Seaham 0/20 ½/62 1/30 ½/31 0/41 1/64 withdrawn 3 / 6
69 Geoffrey Tyrrell Cardiff ½/65 0/21 0/62 0/62 1/59 0/36 0/66 0/51 1/bye 0/50 0/67 0/64 0/54
70 D Westmorland Wakefield 0/4 0/18 1/66 0/41 defaulted 1 / 4
71 B Brian Wakefield 0/63 0/53 1/51 0/38 defaulted 1 / 4
72 A Woodroffe Wakefield 0/37 0/39 0/38 ½/66 defaulted ½ / 4

1964 British Boys' Under-16 Chess Championship

1964 British Boys' Under-16 Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  Total 
1 Leslie S Tate Amble 1/32 1/31 1/25 1/19 1/2 1/10 1/13 0/3 0/14 1/4 1/9 ½/7
2 M Smith Harrow 1/43 1/12 ½/3 1/16 0/1 1/8 1/7 ½/4 1/6 1/14 0/5 1/18 9
3 Roger de Lacy Holmes Huddersfield 1/18 1/26 ½/2 ½/10 1/24 ½/13 1/19 1/1 0/4 ½/6 1/14 ½/5
4 P Taylor Althorne 1/46 ½/5 0/17 1/39 ½/8 1/28 1/44 ½/2 1/3 0/1 1/10 1/14
5 Brian G E Gosling Cleveland 1/39 ½/4 ½/7 0/13 1/27 1/32 0/6 1/44 ½//16 1/17 1/2 ½/3 8
6 Ivan J Myall Lowestoft 0/8 1/35 1/49 1/28 1/41 0/19 1/5 ½/10 0/2 ½/3 1/13 1/12 8
7 M Walsh Leeds ½/17 1/20 ½/5 ½/34 1/15 1/41 0/2 1/33 0/10 1/13 1/19 ½/1 8
8 (Joseph) Alan Woch Leeds 1/6 0/16 1/12 1/25 ½/4 0/2 0/28 ½/34 ½/41 1/20 1/17 1/19
9 Robert Buckler Nuneaton 0/19 1/47 0/32 1/38 1/29 0/14 1/41 ½/15 1/33 1/16 0/1 ½/10 7
10 (William) Vivian Davies Llanelly 1/49 ½/15 1/33 ½/3 1/16 0/1 ½/18 ½/6 1/7 ½/19 0/4 ½/9 7
11 Robert T Donkin Middlesbrough 0/44 1/48 1/14 1/17 0/19 ½/16 0/33 ½/20 ½/34 ½/15 1/31 1/28 7
12 Timothy David Harding Droitwich 1/14 0/2 0/8 1/37 0/32 1/29 ½/23 ½/24 1/39 1/44 1/28 0/6 7
13 J Molyneux London 1/30 1/27 0/19 1/5 1/18 ½/3 0/1 ½/16 1/28 0/7 0/6 1/24 7
14 S Scott Bradford 0/12 1/43 0/11 1/45 1/25 1/9 1/17 1/19 1/1 0/2 0/3 0/4 7
15 B Turner Althorne 1/42 ½/10 ½/24 ½/44 0/7 1/27 ½/39 ½/9 0/17 ½/11 1/30 1/23 7
16 Louis de Veauce Englefield Green 1/35 1/8 1/44 0/2 0/10 ½/11 1/24 ½/13 ½/5 0/9 ½/23 1/26 7
17 Jonathan G Enticknap London ½/7 1/23 1/4 0/11 1/34 ½/44 0/14 ½/30 1/15 0/5 0/8 1/32
18 Ivor Adrian Friedlander London 0/3 1/22 1/37 1/26 0/13 ½/24 ½/10 1/32 0/19 ½/23 1/34 0/2
19 A J Hughes Cardiff 1/9 1/28 1/13 0/1 1/11 1/6 0/3 0/14 1/18 ½/10 0/7 0/8
20 Ian G Pick Morecambe ½/37 0/7 0/39 ½/42 1/48 1/45 ½/30 ½/11 ½/25 0/8 1/44 1/34
21 M A Smith Bolton ½/23 ½/37 0/26 1/48 0/28 1/36 0/32 0/41 ½/42 1/47 1/39 1/33
22 R J Holland Liverpool 0/26 0/18 0/48 ½/47 1/bye 1/42 1/36 ½/23 ½/44 ½/41 ½/33 ½/31 6
23 Jeff Horner Bolton ½/21 0/17 1/46 0/33 ½/35 1/38 ½/12 ½/22 1/29 ½/18 ½/16 0/15 6
24 Julian Francis Thomas Kirk O'Grady Alderley Edge 1/41 ½/33 ½/15 1/30 0/3 ½/18 0/16 ½/12 1/31 0/28 1/27 0/13 6
25 K Mullard Messingham 1/29 1/38 0/1 0/8 0/14 ½/35 ½/26 ½/37 ½/20 0/31 1/40 1/41 6
26 M J Owen Lancaster 1/22 0/3 1/21 0/18 0/30 ½/31 ½/25 0/29 1/38 1/36 1/41 0/16 6
27 A C Smith Leicester 1/36 0/13 0/41 1/49 0/5 0/15 ½/43 1/42 1/37 ½/30 0/24 1/44 6
28 Melvyn Young Nottingham 1/47 0/9 1/38 0/6 1/21 0/4 1/8 1/39 0/13 1/24 0/12 0/11 6
29 C E Bailey Clevedon 0/25 1/bye 0/30 1/43 0/9 0/12 1/45 1/26 0/23 ½/39 ½/35 ½/36
30 C B Carter Oxford 0/13 1/36 1/29 0/24 1/26 0/33 ½/20 ½/17 ½/32 ½/27 0/15 ½/35
31 C G Dawkins Cardiff 1/40 0/1 0/34 ½/35 ½/36 ½/26 ½/37 1/38 0/24 1/25 0/11 ½/22
32 Anthony B Fisher Burton-on-Trent 0/1 1/40 1/9 0/41 1/12 0/5 1/21 0/18 ½/30 0/34 1/43 0/17
33 Roger Hardy Bridlington 1/45 ½/24 0/10 1/23 0/44 1/30 1/11 0/7 0/9 ½/35 ½/22 0/21
34 P McDermott Great Yarmouth 1/48 0/44 1/31 ½/7 0/17 0/39 1/35 ½/8 ½/11 1/32 0/18 0/20
35 Brian J Ranson Sunderland 0/16 0/6 1/47 ½/31 ½/23 ½/25 0/34 ½/43 1/45 ½/33 ½/29 ½/30
36 Frank J Talton Horsforth 0/27 0/30 ½/42 1/46 ½/31 0/21 0/22 1/40 1/43 0/26 1/38 ½/29
37 Kenneth Beer Scunthorpe ½/20 ½/21 0/18 0/12 ½/42 1/46 ½/31 ½/25 0/27 0/40 1/47 ½/39 5
38 Dennis Breen Bradford 1/bye 0/25 0/28 0/9 1/43 0/23 1/40 0/31 0/26 1/48 0/36 1/47 5
39 D Hedges Bristol 0/5 ½/46 1/20 0/4 1/49 1/34 ½/15 0/28 0/12 ½/29 0/21 ½/37 5
40 A Pilkington Nottingham 0/31 0/32 0/43 1/bye 0/45 1/49 0/38 0/36 1/46 1/37 0/25 1/42 5
41 Timothy Wickens Ilkley 0/24 1/45 1/27 1/32 0/6 0/7 0/9 1/21 ½/8 ½/22 0/26 0/25 5
42 T H Booth Poynton 0/15 0/49 ½/36 ½/20 ½/37 0/22 1/47 0/27 ½/21 ½/46 1/48 0/40
43 Alan David Gravett Oxford 0/2 0/14 1/40 0/29 0/38 1/48 ½/27 ½/35 0/36 1/45 0/32 ½/46
44 Allan J Nelder Weston-super-Mare 1/11 1/34 0/16 ½/15 1/33 ½/17 0/4 0/5 ½/22 0/12 0/20 0/27
45 Valentine J E Rideout Clevedon 0/33 0/41 1/bye 0/14 1/40 0/20 0/29 1/49 0/35 0/43 ½/46 1/48
46 J Rees Cardiff 0/4 ½/39 0/23 0/36 1/47 0/37 0/48 1/bye 0/40 ½/42 ½/45 ½/43 4
47 Michael J Kitching West Bank 0/28 0/9 0/35 ½/22 0/46 1/bye 0/42 1/48 1/49 0/21 0/37 0/38
48 J Walsh Warrington 0/34 0/11 1/22 0/21 0/20 0/43 1/46 0/47 1/bye 0/38 0/42 0/45 3
49 D M Bliss Whitby 0/10 1/42 0/6 0/27 0/49 0/40 1/bye 0/45 0/47 defaulted 2 / 9
50 W Kelsey Sheffield withdrew after 2 rounds acc. BCM but not mentioned elsewhere 0 / 2

1964 British Boys' Under-14 Chess Championship

1964 British Boys' Under-14 Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Total 
1 Timothy J Gluckman Bramhall 1/30 1/19 1/7 ½/4 1/3 1/6 0/2 ½/5 1/17 1/13 0/8 8
2 Martin Roy Myant Chalfont St Peter 1/9 ½/22 ½/5 ½/13 1/24 1/4 1/1 0/3 ½/7 1/6 1/15 8
3 Malcolm L Dann London 1/18 1/16 ½/4 1/6 0/1 0/15 1/22 1/2 ½/5 1/19 ½/7
4 Terance William Hart § London 1/11 1/17 ½/3 ½/1 1/5 0/2 1/8 1/19 0/6 ½/7 1/14
5 Andrew M Walker Huddersfield 1/27 ½/8 ½/2 1/7 0/4 1/25 1/15 ½/1 ½/3 1/17 ½/6
6 Mark Howard Horton Nottingham ½/13 1/24 1/17 0/3 1/9 0/1 1/12 1/14 1/4 0/2 ½/5 7
7 Richard G Eales Guiden Sutton 1/14 1/20 0/1 0/5 0/17 1/10 1/16 1/8 ½/2 ½/4 ½/3
8 Paul A Hutchinson Brigg 1/31 ½/5 ½/13 ½/22 ½/25 1/14 0/4 0/7 ½/12 1/21 1/1
9 A Forster Tolworth 0/2 1/30 1/18 ½/15 0/6 1/24 ½/17 ½/22 0/19 1/25 ½/10 6
10 Peter Karmaz Bolton ½/24 ½/21 0/22 ½/11 1/27 0/7 1/25 ½/12 ½/15 1/28 ½/9 6
11 K Peters South Ockendon 0/4 0/18 1/bye ½/10 ½/29 0/26 1/20 ½/16 1/30 ½/12 1/27 6
12 John G Worby Croydon ½/21 0/25 1/26 1/23 ½/22 ½/13 0/6 ½/10 ½/8 ½/11 1/19 6
13 Terence B Bennett Hemel Hempstead ½/6 1/29 ½/8 ½/2 ½/15 ½/12 0/19 1/24 ½/25 0/1 ½/17
14 C L Foster Bolton 0/7 1/31 ½/25 ½/21 1/16 0/8 1/30 0/6 ½/26 1/18 0/4
15 G Merriman Romford ½/22 ½/23 1/19 ½/9 ½/13 1/3 0/5 0/17 ½/10 1/26 0/2
16 Duncan Brian Walter Ouseley Purley 1/bye 0/3 ½/21 ½/19 0/14 1/23 0/7 ½/11 0/28 1/31 1/22
17 Howard J Price Purley 1/25 0/4 0/6 1/30 1/7 ½/22 ½/9 1/15 0/1 0/5 ½/13
18 Maurice J Staples Bognor Regis 0/3 1/11 0/9 ½/27 ½/23 ½/21 1/28 0/25 1/24 0/14 1/30
19 B Taylor Huddersfield 1/28 0/1 0/15 ½/16 1/31 1/20 1/13 0/4 1/9 0/3 0/12
20 Simon N Anscombe Huddersfield 1/26 0/7 ½/23 0/25 1/21 0/19 0/11 ½/29 1/31 0/27 1/bye 5
21 Stephen D Bailes Chester 12 ½/10 ½/16 ½/14 0/20 ½/18 ½/26 ½/30 1/22 0/8 ½/24 5
22 Geoffrey J Brindle Bolton ½/15 ½/2 1/10 ½/8 ½/12 ½/17 0/3 ½/9 0/21 1/29 0/16 5
23 C J Brown Mickleover ½/29 ½/15 ½/20 0/12 ½/18 0/16 1/31 0/26 1/bye ½/30 ½/26 5
24 Steven Thomas E Courtney Grays ½/10 0/6 1/29 1/28 0/2 0/9 1/27 0/13 0/18 1/bye ½/21 5
25 Paul Hershman Southend-on-Sea 0/17 1/12 ½/14 1/20 ½/8 0/5 0/10 1/18 ½/13 0/9 ½/26 5
26 G M Hughes Liverpool 0/20 ½/28 0/12 0/29 1/bye 1/11 ½/21 1/23 ½/14 0/15 ½/25 5
27 P R Lane Nottingham 0/5 1/bye 0/28 ½/18 0/10 1/31 0/24 1/bye ½/29 1/20 0/11 5
28 David Rollinson Huddersfield 0/19 ½/26 1/27 0/24 0/30 1/bye 0/18 1/31 1/16 0/10 ½/23 5
29 J Rickard Nottingham ½/23 0/13 0/24 1/26 ½/11 0/30 1/bye ½/20 ½/27 0/22 ½/31
30 J Dawson Calverton 0/1 0/9 1/31 0/17 1/28 1/29 0/14 ½/21 0/11 ½/23 0/18 4
31 R M Wilkinson Doncaster 0/8 0/14 0/30 1/bye 0/19 0/27 0/23 0/28 0/20 0/16 ½/29
32 R Kelsey Sheffield withdrew after 2 rounds acc. BCM but not mentioned elsewhere 0 / 2

§ note the unusual spelling "Terance" (not a typo)


1964 British Girls' Under-18 Championship

1964 British Girls Championship Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6  Total 
1 Dinah M Dobson (now Norman) Northwood
&;
1 1 1 1 1 5
2 Marcia Syme (later Morgan) Liverpool 0
&;
½ 1 1 1
3 Dorothy P Vincent Wirral 0 ½
&;
½ 1 1 3
4 Elizabeth Harman Bristol 0 0 ½
&;
1 0
5 Catherine Clarke Wallasey 0 0 0 0
&;
1 1
6 Heather Tapper (later Williams) Shirehampton 0 0 0 1 0
&;
1

1964 BCF First Class

1964 BCF First Class Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Total 
1 Ronald A Doney Durham 1/23 1/13 0/2 1/25 1/20 1/9 1/15 1/18 ½/6 1/11 0/3
2 Alan Edgar Nield St Leonards 1/36 1/7 1/1 0/11 0/18 ½/30 1/10 1/13 1/3 1/6 1/8
3 Alan George Sayers Sunderland ½/16 1/14 1/10 0/15 1/31 1/20 ½/6 1/11 0/2 1/18 1/1 8
4 J H Gardener Reading 0/29 1/37 0/18 ½/17 1/24 1/31 1/30 ½/9 ½/5 1/13 1/6
5 Thomas Midgley Solihull ½/21 ½/30 1/8 0/18 1/16 0/32 1/29 1/23 ½/4 1/9 1/11
6 Godfrey V Brangham Cwmbran ½/19 1/28 1/24 ½/20 1/7 1/11 ½/3 1/15 ½/1 0/2 0/4 7
7 G S Briggs Washington 1/32 0/2 1/19 1/13 0/6 1/23 0/11 0/8 1/27 ½/10 1/16
8 P Lyons Leeds ½/22 ½/19 0/5 1/35 1/28 1/14 0/18 1/7 ½/21 1/15 0/2
9 Robin Humphries Rushton Luton 1/38 0/11 1/29 ½/31 1/32 0/1 1/20 ½/4 ½/15 0/5 1/21
10 David J Strode Smethwick 1/37 1/29 0/3 0/32 1/25 ½/13 0/2 ½/27 1/35 ½/7 1/18
11 William Bainbridge Wilmslow 1/34 1/9 1/25 1/2 0/15 0/6 1/7 0/3 1/18 0/1 0/5 6
12 Michael Leslie Baumber Manchester ½/14 0/24 ½/22 0/27 0/19 ½/38 1/37 ½/25 1/33 1/32 1/26 6
13 C J Byrne Liverpool 1/18 0/1 1/33 0/7 1/21 ½/10 1/32 0/2 1/17 0/4 ½/15 6
14 B Crowther Huddersfield ½/12 0/3 1/38 ½/30 1/33 0/8 0/23 ½/26 ½/20 1/29 1/24 6
15 Wilfred Evans Chorleywood 1/31 ½/20 1/16 1/3 1/11 ½/18 0/1 0/6 ½/9 0/8 ½/13 6
16 Alfred Milner Manchester ½/3 1/26 0/15 ½/24 0/5 ½/21 1/33 ½/35 1/28 1/23 0/7 6
17 Truman Victor Parrott Barnstaple 0/20 0/31 1/34 ½/4 ½/26 1/22 ½/27 1/32 0/13 ½/21 1/bye 6
18 B J Ellis Luton 0/13 1/23 1/4 1/5 1/2 ½/15 1/8 0/1 0/11 0/3 0/10
19 Gordon R Garrett Cwmbran ½/6 ½/8 0/7 0/29 1/12 ½/35 ½/26 ½/20 1/30 0/24 1/31
20 John Michael Ripley Liverpool 1/17 ½/15 1/21 ½/6 0/1 0/3 0/9 ½/19 ½/14 1/27 ½/22
21 Richard [Reginald] Graham Thimann Nottingham ½/5 1/22 0/20 ½/28 0/13 ½/16 1/31 1/30 ½/8 ½/17 0/9
22 C C Williams Lincoln ½/8 0/21 ½/12 0/33 1/28 0/17 1/24 1/29 0/23 1/35 ½/20
23 A Archer Stoke-on-Trent 0/1 0/18 1/26 1/38 1/29 0/7 1/14 0/5 1/24 0/16   5 / 10
24 Ernest George Exell Bognor Regis ½/26 1/12 0/6 ½/16 0/4 0/27 0/22 1/36 1/34 1/19 0/14 5
25 M J Hill Derby 1/35 1/33 0/11 0/1 0/10 0/29 0/34 ½/12 1/38 1/37 ½/28 5
26 Stanley Denham Jacobs Newcastle ½/24 0/16 0/28 ½/36 ½/17 1/34 ½/19 ½/14 ½/32 1/30 0/17 5
27 W D Johnson Keswick 0/33 0/35 1/37 1/12 0/30 1/24 ½/17 ½/10 0/7 0/21 1/36 5
28 Rev Kenneth Stuart Procter Northampton ½/30 0/6 1/36 ½/21 0/8 ½/33 0/35 1/31 0/16 1/34 ½/25 5
29 H J Thomas Liverpool 1/4 0/10 0/9 1/19 0/23 1/35 0/5 0/22 1/36 0/14 1/37 5
30 A F Crooks Nottingham ½/28 ½/5 ½/32 ½/14 1/27 ½/2 0/4 0/21 0/19 0/26 1/38
31 N J Davies Merthyr Tydfil 0/15 1/17 1/35 ½/9 0/3 0/4 0/21 0/28 1/37 1/36 0/19
32 Ian P Eustis Bath 0/7 1/36 ½/20 1/10 0/9 1/5 0/13 0/17 ½/26 0/12 ½/33
33 R Williams Doncaster 1/27 0/25 0/13 1/22 0/14 ½/28 0/16 ½/34 0/12 1/38 ½/32
34 J A Edwards Selkirk 0/11 0/38 0/17 ½/37 1/36 0/26 1/25 ½/33 0/24 0/28 1/35 4
35 C Hatch Southport 0/25 1/27 0/31 0/8 1/37 ½/19 1/28 ½/16 0/10 0/22 0/34 4
36 Rev Henry Middleton Blackett Nottingham 0/2 0/32 0/23 ½/26 0/34 ½/37 1/38 0/24 0/29 0/31 0/27 2
37 A L Buckland Swansea 0/10 0/4 0/27 ½/34 0/35 ½/36 0/12 1/38 0/31 0/25 0/29 2
38 J W Daniels Liverpool 0/9 1/34 0/14 0/23 0/22 ½/12 0/36 0/37 0/25 0/33 0/30

1964 BCF Second Class

1964 BCF Second Class Resid. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  Total 
1 M J McCabe London
&;
1 0 1 ½ ½ 1 1 1 1 1 1 9
2 C[yril?] M Read Scawby 0
&;
1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9
3 Henry Michael James Stapley Uxbridge 1 0
&;
½ ½ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9
4 Ronald Canter Sunderland 0 1 ½
&;
0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1
5 Stephen Welbourne Scarborough ½ 0 ½ 1
&;
1 0 1 0 0 1 1 6
6 C R Frost Norwich ½ 0 0 0 0
&;
0 1 1 1 1 1
7 Gregory Owen John Melitus London 0 0 0 0 1 1
&;
1 1 0 0 0 4
8 Miss Jean Pickles Preston 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
&;
0 1 1 1 4
9 George Alexander Mills (Alec) Boswell Liverpool 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
&;
1 0 ½
10 R W Duke Whitby 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
&;
1 ½
11 A[lexander?] Terrett Norwich 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
&;
1 3
12 Miss Hilary Cunningham Liverpool 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ½ ½ 0
&;
2

1964 BCF Special Five-day First Week

1964 BCF Special Five-day First Week Resid. 1 2 3 4 5  Total 
1 Victor John Anthony Russ Harrogate 1/6 1/7 ½/3 1/4 1/2
2 Bernard Bowers Partridge Glasgow ½/4 1/8 1/7 1/3 0/1
3 Hugh Ernest Gemmell Cheltenham 1/11 1/12 ½/1 0/2 ½/6 3
4 R J de Vrij Netherlands ½/2 1/5 ½/6 0/1 1/9 3
5 Laurence J Wheatley Birmingham ½/8 0/4 1/12 ½/9 1/10 3
6 B Wood Coventry 0/1 1/10 ½/4 1/12 ½/3 3
7 T A Blacker York 1/10 0/1 0/2 1/11 ½/8
8 Rev J Caldwell York ½/5 0/2 ½/9 1/10 ½/7
9 C E Jones Altrincham 0/12 1/11 ½/8 ½/5 0/4 2
10 G Burnett Worcester 0/7 0/6 1/11 0/8 0/5 1
11 P R Rawcliffe Leeds 0/3 0/9 0/10 0/7 1/12 1
12 T E Smith   1/9 0/3 0/5 0/6 0/11 1

1964 BCF Special Five-day Second Week

1964 BCF Special Five-day Second Week Resid. 1 2 3 4 5  Total 
1 James W Thornley Chadderton 1/5 1/19 1/2 1/3 1/7 5
2 K W Appleby Leeds 1/13 1/10 0/1 1/5 1/6 4
3 D Crook Leyburn 1/11 1/7 1/6 0/1 ½/9
4 A W B Taylor Sheffield 1/16 1/12 0/5 ½/9 1/11
5 William A Bryden Glasgow 0/1 1/15 1/4 0/2 1/19 3
6 R N Harrison Leyburn 1/9 1/8 0/3 1/13 0/2 3
7 R Julian York 1/18 0/3 1/19 1/10 0/1 3
8 C B Russell Glasgow 1/14 0/6 0/10 1/17 1/13 3
9 Thomas Felix Sayer Leyburn 0/6 1/18 1/14 ½/4 ½/3 3
10 R J de Vrij Netherlands 1/17 0/2 1/8 0/7 1/14 3
11 Rev J Caldwell York 0/3 ½/17 1/15 1/19 0/4
12 G Burnett Worcester 1/bye 0/4 0/13 0/14 1/17 2
13 Miss P Garland Brighton 0/2 1/bye 1/12 0/6 0/8 2
14 R Kelsey Sheffield 0/8 1/16 0/9 1/14 0/10 2
15 J Walker Leyburn 0/19 0/5 0/11 1/18 1/bye 2
16 A A Cameron Leyburn 0/4 0/14 0/17 1/bye ½/18
17 G Clarke Leyburn 0/10 ½/11 1/16 0/8 0/12
18 W Kelsey Sheffield 0/7 0/9 1/bye 0/15 ½/16
19 Miss Daphne Garland Brighton 1/15 0/1 0/7 0/11 0/5 1

[BCF Yearbook of Chess 1964/65, pages 66-68]

REPORT on the 51st ANNUAL CONGRESS of the BRITISH CHESS FEDERATION

The Congress was held in the West County Modern School, Whitby, from August 17th-29th, 1964, and once again Whitby attracted more entries than any previous Congress of the Federation, totalling in all 365, of whom twelve withdrew before the commencement. In addition three players took part in both the one-week events.

V. J. Soanes, President of the Federation, was in the Chair at the Opening Ceremony, and Coun. H. B. Cummings, J.P., welcomed the players in a brief and pleasant manner saying how much the Whitby Council and inhabitants were delighted to stage the Championships for the second time in three years, and he then declared the Congress open.

The venue proved to be extremely good and there was sufficient space to allow the large number of players plenty of playing room. An admirable Analysis Room was far enough away from the playing rooms so as to cause no possible interruption to those engaged in the tournaments, whilst the Press Room and Controllers Office were probably the best that has ever been provided. The Catering Service was excellent, adjacent to the Main Hall, and had a staff of pleasant and efficient workers in charge.

Headed by Dr. F. B. Akeroyd, for whom no praise could be too high in his organisation of all the necessary local arrangements, an ample supply of Stewards were provided who all proved of excellent standard. Whilst it would seem to be invidious to mention names in view of the general high standard it is felt that one must report on the grand work done by Mr. F. M. Akeroyd (on the Wall Charts), F. Hodgson, D. Calvert and A. Kennedy (as Recorders) and Mr. Revelly (who acted mainly in the preparation of each room, did a vast variety of jobs, took charge of helping the other stewards, and finally was at all times willing to allow us the use of his car). The excellent work done by the stewards enabled the Controllers’ duties to run smoothly.

The Control Team proved to be the best I have had the privilege of heading. All three of my colleagues worked a fantastic number of hours, and even more important they worked together in close harmony. Little more can be said to add to previous reports on the ability of Andrew Smith, who as always was in the thick of the work. With the return of W. Ritson Morry we had a most capable and willing member, and to these two individuals fell most of the work involved in the Swiss pairings. Only on rare occasions was I called upon to assist and this made it possible for me to attend more thoroughly to the manifold duties that are essential. In Ted Caple, new to the Federation Congresses for the first time. I can fairly say he was the outstanding success of the team. He remained calm at all times and quickly received the respect of the players. His greatest achievement was his handling of the chess clocks loaned by the various clubs and players, which he so managed that he was able to return any clock in a matter of seconds to its owner at the conclusion of play.

The Congress must surely go down as a happy and successful one, and incidents were few, and then only of a minor order. I must express the thanks of my team for the tolerance of the competitors in accepting our rulings at all times. The 30-move rule proved to be less of a problem than we anticipated and here again the players accepted the standards we laid down without quibbling. We felt that in the Junior Sections at least it did much to improve their games and it certainly tended to us having more adjournments than expected. Only one instance to our knowledge occurred of players attempting to circumvent this rule—they produced a replica of a game played in 1872!! This was detected and when their attention was drawn to it promptly admitted and so they were the only two to get a game declared as lost to both of them. We do not think they will attempt this in future under any circumstances.

The new rules adopted for the Swiss Tournaments proved a big advance on those previously used, but certain odd situations arose that will need to have them even more amplified and clarified. These we hope to put before the appropriate Committee in the near future. The use of Grading figures for the later rounds in the British Championship put quite a strain on our resources, Andrew Smith made several thousand separate calculations and only because the whole Congress ran well could we guarantee to get the pairings for each of these rounds out in time.

The playing of some of the games on the Sunday proved to be successful. We had only two players who demurred at all and it was arranged for them to receive special consideration. The Juniors definitely appreciated the cutting down of the double-round days and the Control Team also felt they benefited by the new arrangement.

The innovation of single week tournaments also proved good, and in addition to making it possible for those to play who cannot arrange to be there the whole fortnight, it also gives possible scope for late comers to get in one or both of these week’s events.

Two meetings for Juniors were held during the Congress and were well attended. Mr. R. G. Wade, during his short stay, managed to entertain by giving a simultaneous display, but unfortunately no one thought of a Lightning Tournament in time for it to be organized.

After the first three days it was found possible to have the three demonstration boards in use and to those juniors who manned them go our thanks. This service was much liked by the spectators and also helped to stop the congestion round the vital boards.

To those who loaned clocks also are due the thanks of all of us. To Mr. Peter Morrish who transported upwards of 140 sets and boards and 60 clocks from London, and later returned to repack them and take them back, very many thanks. To Mr. C. G. Hilton, who came along and did some Control work and to those too innumerable to mention who assisted in work of the Congress go our grateful thanks also.

No Congress can hope to survive without those who contribute to the financial side—their gifts whether large or small are duly noted and appreciated.

Some small difficulty was caused by the omission in the programme of a stated time for renewal of unfinished games in the mornings and we suggest that this be remedied next time. There was also a point raised by the change of rule regarding the Under-21 Championship in the event of a tie for top place, as nothing was stated regarding the other junior events. By and large this Programme was one of the best ever produced for our Congresses.

Mr. R. Simpson, President of the Northern Chess Union, took the Chair at the Closing Ceremony. He called upon the Marquis of Normanby to speak first, which he did in a bright and breezy manner, thanking the Whitby U.D.C., the officials of the local Chess Club, and the Northern Chess Union, whose combined efforts had done so much to make this Congress possible. Coun. H. B. Cummings replied on behalf of the U.D.C. and expressed the hope that it would soon be agreed to hold another B.C.F. Congress in the town when he assured the meeting his Council would be delighted to again do everything in its power to assist. Mr. T. J. Beach spoke on behalf of the players, making the suggestion that it would be helpful to lay on some form of transport for those players staying some distance away from the Congress Rooms and also suggesting that if Catering arrangements could be made to cover the evening adjournments sessions this would be of immense help to both players and officials. To those who had undertaken the catering service he paid a warm tribute. He complimented the work of the Chess Press and went on to praise the work put in by -the two Press Association representatives who had sent out every result in each Championship group daily, often working very late hours. He gave thanks to the work of the Controllers remarking they had kept their problems from the players but he knew of the great amount of labour they had had to do the whole time. Mr. Andrew Smith responded and thanked Mr. Beach for his kind remarks, and he in turn moved a vote of thanks to Dr. F. B. Akeroyd for his tremendous work as local secretary. He also thanked the Headmaster and Governors of the School for the use of such excellent premises, and paid a tribute to the work of the Recorders, Stewards and the players. Following this, Miss Dinah Dobson presented a box of chocolates to the Marchioness of Normanby who then presented the trophies and prizes.

Thus ended yet another memorable Congress.

G. H. SIMMONS. September 1st, 1964.


File Updated

Date Notes
20 June 2019 First upload with 40 complete Championship games, plus 5 part-games, from a possible 176, plus 18 games from the subsidiary events. Complete crosstables and results.
23 July 2019 One game added from the British Under-16 Championship: Tate 1-0 Buckler. Thanks to Alan Smith for sending the score.
12 May 2020 One game added from the British Under-18 - Eley 0-1 Nicholas (rd 3). Many thanks to Brian Denman.
3 January 2022 Updated the results, removing scanned crosstables and replacing them with standard tables, etc.