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May 2nd, 2006

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2nd Quarter 2006

Registration for the 2nd Quarter 2006 South African Internet Championship
is now open. Registration will close on Sunday the 18th of June 2006. The
tournament is open to all paid-up SAGA members and has no tournament fee.
Each player is responsible for his/her own internet connection and
development players may apply to SAGA for sponsorship where necessary
(contact Sakkie Buys). Non paid up members of SAGA will only be entered
into the draw once SAGA membership fees are paid.

To enter, please email Andre Connell before Sunday 18th June.

aconnell (at) cinet (dot) co (dot) za


Tournament Date: Sat 24 June.

Registration deadline: Sun 18 June.

Meeting room: South African Room, KGS.

Time limit: 45 minutes thinking time plus Canadian byo yomi of 10 minutes
per 25 stones.

Format: 3 round tournament in groups of 8; player numbers in each group
assigned randomly in advance.

Group draws: Decided by player’s SAGA rating at 18 June and results of the
1st Quarter Tournament.

Tournament committee:
Andre Connell (tournament director)
Steve Kroon
Konrad Scheffler

Further rules available at


Players entered (and fully paid up) so far:
Konrad Scheffler
Andre Connell
Steve Kroon
Pablo Casado
Chris Welsh
Ben Gale
Chris Visser
Andrew Davies

Players entered (not fully paid up, will be entered into draw upon confirmation
of paid up SAGA status before 18 June):

Posted by Andre in SAGA, Tournaments


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3 Responses to “2nd Quarter 2006”

  1. Steve says:

    Andre, I’d suggest copying this page’s contents and putting it on a page. This post will slide off the front page and lose interest in due course if it’s not available via the menu structure.

  2. Andre says:

    I copied it into a page. Sad that there isn’t an option to turn a post into a page? Or is there?

  3. Steve says:

    nope – no such thing. It’s generally best to put it on a page, and make a post sending people to the page, with the basic info on the post.

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