A 2.5/1.5 Victory over Cardiff B means that Bridgend are progressing to the 2nd round of the EGCA KO Cup.
A congratulations is in order for Bridgend Chess Club member Andrew Worthington who came away as the WINNER in the minor section of the South Wales Autumn Congress, 2014.
Bridgend was also represented in the open section by A team Captain.
Well done both!!
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The league got underway with wins for 2 out of the 3 teams.
Porthcawl narrowly lost to the Bridgend Central Rockets picking up 2/3 points on the top 3 boards but unfortunately losses on 4 and 5 meant the team came away loosing 3-2.
Bridgend A picked up a very convincing win against the Nelson Griffins picking up all 5 points.
Bridgend B played away to the North Cardiff Panthers. Our two newest members, Andrew and Simon, played in their first league game with the club but unfortunately lost in two very close games. However, wins on the other three boards meant a 3-2 victory to the away team.