Archives for category: Ontario Girls’ Chess Championship

Every year, the top girls from Grade 1 to 6 are invited to represent Ontario Girls Team to play in the Ontario-Quebec Team Championship in Kingston. Entry fee, transportation and lunch are paid by Chess’n Math Association. It will be held on June 6, 2020.

Top girls 2020 will be selected from the Seneca Hill GP2 – OCC qualifier on February 15, 2020.

Girls playing in their own grade section are eligible.

The higher scored girl in each section from Grade 1 to Grade 6 will be qualified to the play-off match.

To see the registration and details of Seneca Hill GP2 – OCC qualifier, please click here.

This free tournament trip to Kingston is offered by Chess’N Math Association.

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Queens rule in chess!

When: June 2, 2018
Where: Kingston
Who: Ontario Girls team – Through March 17 OCC qualifier
G.1 Marie Guan
G.2 Alina Chen
G.3 Playoff between Winnie Zhuang and Greta Qu (forfeited)
G.4 Valerie Ruchinskaya
G.5 Playoff between Angela Lin (won) and Dania Surya
G.6 Playoff between Isamel Shen (won) and Yilin Liao

Team Canada in World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2015

Team Canada in World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2015

Rachel and I participated in the World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad back in August of this year.  It was an amazing experience representing Canada and being able to play against players from all over the world. The competition was undoubtedly fierce, and the team had many ups and downs during the tournament, but we managed to finish a solid 8th place at the end. We definitely had lots of fun both playing and exploring the wonderful country of Mongolia – we even had a trip to view the 130-feet-tall statue of Chingis Khan!
Lastly, I would like to thank Seneca Hill Chess Club for sponsoring us each with 100$. I hope more and more club players will grow into extraordinary ones and enjoy chess.

Joey

WCM Rachel Tao

WCM Rachel Tao

NM Joey Zhong

NM Joey Zhong

Rachel in OGCC 2011

Rachel in OGCC 2011

WCM Rachel Tao is participating in the World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2015 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from August 19 to August 29, 2015. Read the rest of this entry »

Please see FB link here.

Congrats to all the girls who played in OGCC 2014!

Seneca Hill girl, Isamel Shen came first in the U8-U10 combined section!

OGCC 2014 winners

OGCC 2014 winners

Good News!

We are able to hand over the OGCC to good hands – Mississauga Chess Club.
I encourage you all to continue to participate in this great event.
Here is the link to the tournament: OGCC2013

Corinna

I regret to inform you that I will no longer be running the Ontario Girls Chess Championship. The OGCC has been a great success for the past 10 years and has received a tremendous amount of support. We have had an amazing turn out of girls participating each year with a record number of 146 participants in 2012.  I sincerely hope that girls’ involvement in chess will continue to climb. I will be posting information regarding the possibility of someone else running OGCC 2013  and I encourage you all to continue to participate in this great event among others.

Corinna

To recall memories of the past OGCCs, the website will be kept for a while. Please click here.

Many of our friends,  OGCC guests and players are playing in the international tournaments in November.
We wish them all the best.
Here are the links to the websites. Read the rest of this entry »

Seneca Hill Chess Club will be recognizing some participants of the World Youth Chess Championship held in Maribor, Slovenia, from November 7 to 19, 2012.

We are pleased to announce that our selected candidates are:
Players who came top three in CYCC 2012 AND are Oriole members or were OGCC 2012 participants
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Place: First
Awards: 10 free Oriole tournaments AND a year CFC junior membership
Players: U8 girl – Kylie Tan
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