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Chess clinic for participants of SA championship held

The first coaching clinic was held on Saturday 23 June for players who will participate at the South African Junior Chess Championships

The West Coast Chess Union had its first coaching clinic with the 34 players that have been selected to participate at this year’s South African Junior Chess Championships (SAJCC), which takes place in Boksburg near Johannesburg in December.

The chess clinic was organised by head coach Basil Ellman and facilitated by Western Province coach and former South African coach Malcolm Fredericks.

The coaching clinic will be one of a series of high-performance coaching that will be organised by Basil Elman, who is also the head of the West Coach Chess Academy.

According to the deputy president of the West Coast Chess Union, André Lewaks, the federation is still in need of funds to sponsor the team that will be participating at the SAJCC as most of the players come from impoverished communities.

Businesses or individuals that wish to sponsor some players are welcome to contact Andre Lewaks at 081 725 9339 or andre@genderjustice.org.za

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