7th Brock Go Tournament
The Brock Go-Club invites everyone to our sixth Brock Go-tournament.
When & Where:
Saturday February 25th, 2016
Brock University, St Catharines,
Plaza building, 4th floor, room 408
(building 30 on the
BUT beware, the new large Cairns building next to building 30 is missing on the
map. The Plaza building is the one with the Brock Campus Store on the ground
Main tournament: 4 rounds,
25 minutes per player then 25 stones in 10 min., 35 stones in 10 min., 45
stones in 10 min., etc. games should not last longer than 90 minutes.
If there is interest: self pairing 13x13 tournament
Start 1st round: 10:00
Start 2nd round: 11:30
Lunch time break
Start 3rd round: 13:30
Start 4rd round: 15:00
Prize giving: 16:30
We are open to suggestions especially those coming from Rochester and Toronto
about changes in the number of rounds and times in order not to close too late.
The advantage of this registration process will be that all tournament results
will easily be uploaded and added to the CGA ranking.
- go to the home page of the CGA,
- if you are a registered CGA member then click 'Login' else
register as a CGA member (registration is free),
- click 'Events' --> '7th Brock Go Tournament' --> 'Register'.
On the QEW drive towards St Catharines. Shortly
before St Catharines exit into Hwy 406 towards Thorold.
After about 10km exit on the right into St. Davids West.
At the 2nd crossing either
- turn right into Glenridge Ave, after 250m on the
right enter parking lot of Niagara Peninsula Children's
Centre (green sign with yellow sun drawing) for free
parking (in front of building 30 on the
campus map), 4 min walk), or
- go straight and then 1/2 around the circle for parking lot D on the
$6 for 1 day pass and 3 min walk).
Free: bagels, cream cheese, drinks (coffee, tea, juice, pop, water)
- 3 min walk: dining hall at Brock with a wide selection of
good quality warm and cold food from 8:30am - 11pm
- 5 min walk: McDonalds, Tim Hortens, Subways
The tournament is free but a donation of $5 for the purchase
of equipment or the donation of a prize are appreciated.
Please see the registration
page at the Canadian Go Association tournament web page.
Prizes: We will aim at having a prize for every player and
cash prizes for the best three of each group. Groups will be decided when we know the number and strength
of participants. We are grateful to financial support from
the Brock Confuzius Institute.