What an absolutely fantastic day it was when Bartholomew Hall, the renowned producer and presenter of 'Invicta Sport' on KMTV Kent, visited our club on August 30th, 2023! 🎥🌟
The filming went smoothly, and we can't thank Bartholomew enough for his outstanding work. He is not only a talented professional but also a welcomed guest at our club anytime this season.
Thank you to all the members that attended and helped contribute to a wonderful evening
🙌 The final feature is nothing short of AMAZING!
Exciting new developments for junior chess players at Medway Chess Club; we are delighted to be partnering with LearnChess Academy.
This partnership provides a dynamic and FUN service, using the latest multi-media technology – with Online and Over-The-Board LIVE coaching, games, tournaments, assignments and workshop events.
LearnChess Academy utilises chess as a vehicle to help children learn how to think independently and become brilliant problem solvers. We aim to take every child beyond their comfort zone and think outside the box to advance their academic development.
Those who may be interested should contact James email: email@example.com
The Kent County Chess Association organises competitive chess for 20 clubs in metropolitan and wider Kent
Chess-Results.com is a powerful server dedicated to tournament results. The tournament archive of chess-results.com contains more than 540.000 tournaments from around the world, from club tournaments to European Championships and Chess Olympiads. This is made possible by the program Swiss-Manager, an administrations programme for chess tournaments, working very closely with chess-results.com.
Events in 2023
OpeningTree.com is an open source website that helps you analyse anyone’s lichess or chess.com games.
Have you ever wanted to feel like a grandmaster, preparing for a world-class match against a specific opponent? What if there was a way for you to understand your opponent’s openings, or even their game style – before you even sat down at the board
You can use it to prepare for your opponents, improve your own game or learn from openings that grandmasters play.