Results 2004-5 Season Division 1
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Date: Thursday 4 November 2004 Reported by: Ray Collett Worcester (home) Droitwich & St Johns (away) 1 Andy Taylor ½-½ Peter Kitson 2 Jim Keene ½-½ Greg Dyett 3 Steve Mellor ½-½ Nick Harris 4 Ray Collett 0-1 Steve Foster 5 Tony Spittle 0-1 Arnold Kirkland 6 Roger Yates 1-0 Default Result: 2½-3½ win for Droitwich & St Johns Date: 12 October 2004 Reported by: Stewart Fishburne Halesowen (home) Droitwich & St Johns 1 Stewart Fishburne 1-0 Peter Kitson 2 Rob Thomas ½-½ Steve James 3 Andy Ambrose 0-1 Gregg Dyett 4 Dale Jackson 0-1 Steve Foster 5 Windsor Peck 0-1 Arnold Kirkland 6 Graham Wyle 1-0 John Loynes Result: 2½-3½ win for Droitwich & St Johns Date: ?October 2004 Reported by: Worcester Evening News Malvern (home) Droitwich & St Johns (away) 1 Brian Turner 0-1 Peter Kitson 2 Ian Clarke (cap) 0-1 Steve James 3 Geoff Herbert ½-½ Gregg Dyett 4 John Knee ½-½ Nick Harris 5 Maurice Ginger 1-0 Steve Foster 6 Tony Shaw 1-0 Arnold Kirkland Result: 3-3 Draw On board 1, Brain Turner lost material in a Ruy Lopez and Ian Clarke who sacrificed a pawn in a complicated King's Indian also went down. Malvern successfully defended the match to equalise with wins on the bottom two boards. Date: ?October 2004 Reported by: Worcester Evening News Halesowen 1 (home) Kidderminster 1 (away) 1 Stewart Fishburne (cap) ½-½ John Wrench 2 Rob Thomas 1-0 Maurice Bissell 3 Mark Bethel ½-½ Jim Friar 4 Windsor Peck ½-½ Frank Pickett 5 Mike Hadley 1-0 David Close 6 Graham Wyle ½-½ Mark Riley Result: 4-2 Win for Halesowen On top board after an unusual line in the French Defence, a draw was agreed when forces had doiminished to a bishop ending with opposite coloured bishops. Rob Thomas' game saw a Modern Defence, but Maurice Bissell lost his way in the ending and surrendered. On board 3 there was the wild Max Lange Attack, but Jim allowed his opponent's queen to infiltrate his position to force a purpetual check. The board 4 game was equally poised after a King's Indian Attack and the players opted to agree a draw when short of time. Mike Hadley castled long in a Sicilian and attacked on the king side winning because his opponent was not sufficiently developed. The bottom board was an exciting draw.