22nd November 2023
League and Club Match Summary
Our players turned out this week for a home tie against Bolton 4 in division E of the Manchester Chess Federation League. With 1 win from 1 match so far in this division Heywood were looking to continue the good form however Bolton proved too strong on the night and now go to the top of the table which currently looks like this:
The full match card can be found here:
Next week Heywood will travel to Great Harwood in the East Lancs Chess Association Division 2 match. Heywood are currently joint leaders alongside Burnley C. Burnley will be playing against Blackburn Crusaders on Monday night so by Heywood's tie on Tuesday we should have an idea of how things may play out.
Matthew Poon took up the white pieces against Mo in the Club Championship and continues a strong run stretching back a few months picking up a full point in his first outing in the competition this season.