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KJCA GP6 2019-20 (Crosstabs)
Venue: Bishop Justus C of E   
Event Type: Individual Tournament
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Venue: Sevenoaks School  
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GP 7 Sutton Valence

The seventh GP of the 2012/13 season was held on Sunday 26th May 2013 at Sutton Valence with 56 participants competing across four sections.

Congratulations to all who attended with some excellent games being played at all levels. The top two for each section were:

U9: 1st Navieinaah Haridas (6 / 6), 2nd Sri Nivasan  Loganathan (5 / 6),

U11: 1st equal Harry Armstrong and Alejandro Ito-Aramendia (5 / 6),

U14: 1st Alexander Selway (5 / 5), 2nd Freddie Hand (4 / 5),

U18: 1st Rohan Bansal (4 / 5), 2nd Conrad Allison (3.5 / 5).

Top Primary School: Crofton Junior

Top Secondary School: Sevenoaks

Full cross tables can be found on:

Current leaders of the GP tables after seven events are as follows:

U9: Kiran Shiatis

U11: Anantha Anilkumar

U14: Alexander Selway

U18: Conrad Allison

Primary School: Cumnor House

Secondary School: St Olave's Grammar

Full GP tables can be found on:

Many thanks to Sutton Valence for accommodating us and also a big thank you to all the parents who helped before and on the day.

Please note: The date of our final GP will most likely be held on July 14th rather than the 7th. As usual you can enter online and we hope to see many of you there for the final GP of the season where as well as the event winners, our overall Kent GP winners will be crowned.


KJCA Online Chess Club

KJCA is proud to announce the set up of its online chess club at a kids chess website run by 

  • solve an endless amount of puzzles
  • have access to a whole library of full length video lessons
  • practice positions and games against the computer
  • play in as many tournaments as you want online
  • play in specially created KJCA tournaments online
  • plus many more exciting and beneficial features and training aids at your fingertips.

All this is at a fraction of the price of individual membership at ChessKids: just £10 per child and £5 for additional siblings.

To join us and benefit from all these exciting feaures, please register at the following link or by clicking on "ChessKid Membership" in the upcoming events section.

There are only spaces for 50 children initially and we are looking to start by the 1st July, so sign  up promptly to avoid disappointment.

For more information please contact the webmaster on

Kent Junior Newsround Update no. 4

More Kent Junior success to report.

Anantha Anilkumar has been invited to represent England at either the World Youth Chess Championships 2013 in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates or the European Youth Chess Championships 2013 in Budva, Montenegro and Rohan Bansal has been invited to represent England at the upcoming U16 Olympiad in China.

Kent Junior Newsround Update no. 3

Congratulations to Nevieinaah Haridas who is the Girls U7 England Youth Chess Champion for 2013.

Nevieinaah has qualified along with her brother Girinath, Jessica Wen and Rohan Shiatis, to represent England at either the World Youth Chess Championships 2013 in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates or the European Youth Chess Championships 2013 in Budva, Montenegro.




Kent come 5th in the EPSCA U11 championship

The Kent Juniors took part in the EPSCA U11 final on Saturday 11th May against 17 other county teams from across the country and after a slow start managed to regroup in the final round and battle their way back to a credible 5th place with 40 points out of 60.

Congratulations go to Sussex who won with a score of 51.5. Barnet were second on 47.4, Wey Valley 3rd on 46 and Nottingham 4th on 44 points.

More to follow.