|Ben Remy (w)||0||1||Nigel Baxendale|
|Reggie Kush||0||1||Andrew Smith|
|Robert Shaw||0||1||Ian Barker|
|Robert Nield||1/2||1/2||Frank Holt|
|Gordon Shaw||1/2||1/2||David Bedwall|
In his first game for the club, Robert Nield played the Dutch defence, ending in a hard fought draw,
Gordon also drew. Both players castled kingside, then swapped down, ending up in this position.
Ben maintained material parity throughout most of his game, but eventually resigned after falling to a pawn fork on the king and queen.
Robert tried a speculative attack, which fizzled, then blundered into a knight fork and resigned.
Reggie and his opponent swapped down to rook, bishop, and five pawns against two rooks and six pawns, not far off material parity, but then Reggie resigned after his opponent found a way through.