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Trigantius 2014


Date: Sunday 9th March 2014.
Venue: Parkside Community College, Parkside, Cambridge, CB1 1EH.

Main Tournament
9:00-9:45am Registration
10:00amRound 1
1:15pmRound 2
By 4:00pmRound 3
By 6:45pmPrize-giving

Organiser: Ryutaro Ikeda
Email (preferred): ri250@cam.ac.uk
Mobile: 07835068912

Main tournament.

The main tournament, open to all, will be a 3 round McMahon, with 60 minutes + increasing overtime (10 stones in the first 5 minutes, 20 in the next 5 minutes, 30 in the next...)

The basic entry fee is £10.

Concessions. Subtract £5 for unwaged (including full-time students), under 18s, senior citizens, and those entering a BGA tournament for the first time.

Add £5 if not a member of the BGA.

Add £5 for late entries (received on or after Friday 7th March).

There will be prizes for the overall winner and players on three wins.

If games are recorded we shall try to arrange for stronger players to review in time available.

How to enter.

To enter, send your name, club and grade to the organiser. Payment is made on the day.

Travel Details and Refreshments


From the Cambridge rail station, the venue is about 1 mile North-West (15 minutes walk).

You may also catch any one of several buses going towards the city centre and get off by the bus station and walk back along Parkside.


There is free parking on the site, accessible from Parkside. However, due to the half marathon event you should allow a little extra time to get there. The road closures mean that people driving from the south or west of Cambridge should approach via Trumpington (M11, junction 11), not Barton Road (M11, junction 12). From Trumpington Road, turn into Lensfield Road, then Gonville Place, then Parkside.

Those approaching from the north should aim for A14 junction 33 (with A10), then go south down Milton Road, turn left at the roundabout down Elizabeth Way, then East Road, then Parkside.

Full details of the road closures at available from the "Traffic Management" link on http://www.onestepbeyond.org.uk/cambridge-half-marathon.php. Avoid any roads (or halves of roads) marked in purple on the final map.

An alternative is the Anne Terrace car park.


The venue is near to the central bus and coach station area. (It is less than 5 minutes' walk away along Parkside.)


Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided as part of the entry fee. Consumption of food will be discouraged in the playing area but an alternative on site will be available for those bringing their own lunch.

There are 3 good pubs at the back of the school close by:
The Free Press, Prospect Row, The Elm Tree, Elm Street, and The First And Last, Melbourne Place. Town centre cafes are only a short walk away.