Jul 23, 3 years ago

4th Mercantile & Government Services IR Chess Championships 2015

4th  Mercantile & Government Services IR Chess Championships 2015

The 4th Mercantile & Government Services International Rating Chess Championships 2015 organized by the Chess Federation of Sri Lanka, on behalf of FIDE, the World Chess Federation will be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka from 30th July to 2nd August 2015 with a total cash prizes of Rs. 160,000.

This tournament open for all Chess players working in Mercantile or Government sector. Players should be ready to provide proof for their employment when requested. All those who does not contribute to the EPF and those who are in regular service of forces can only participate in the event.

The best 3 players’ results, 2 Men & a Woman or 2 Women and a Man will be counted for the team results. Maximum of 5 players can be included per team. A company may enter number of teams as they wish.

Dead line for entries is 29th July 2015 to the given details. You may hand over the entries with relevant fee to the following regional officials also.
All Inquiries & Entries to, Mr. Naditha Amarakoon, Vice President, CFSL (07775792372) and Mrs. Buddhi Panagoda, Hony. Secretary, CFSL. (0719295352).

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