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Poly Open Quickplay: April 2018

Open Quickplay Report

The end-of-season Quickplay attracted 40 players, including many non-members such as Roddy McKay and Andy Muir, but the clear favourite was Andrew Greet. And so it proved, with Andrew being the only player to reach 4/4, after which a last-round draw with Iain Swan was enough to ensure first place. The final standings were: 1 Andrew Greet (4.5/5); 2-5 Helge Magnussen, Roddy McKay, Andy Muir, Iain Swan (4/5). The grading prizes went to Nicholas Skettos, Gilbert Alomenu and Bob Innes.


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Poly Open Quickplay: April 2018

Open Quickplay Report

The end-of-season Quickplay attracted 40 players, including many non-members such as Roddy McKay and Andy Muir, but the clear favourite was Andrew Greet. And so it proved, with Andrew being the only player to reach 4/4, after which a last-round draw with Iain Swan was enough to ensure first place. The final standings were: 1 Andrew Greet (4.5/5); 2-5 Helge Magnussen, Roddy McKay, Andy Muir, Iain Swan (4/5). The grading prizes went to Nicholas Skettos, Gilbert Alomenu and Bob Innes.


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Poly Open Quickplay: April 2018

Open Quickplay Report

The end-of-season Quickplay attracted 40 players, including many non-members such as Roddy McKay and Andy Muir, but the clear favourite was Andrew Greet. And so it proved, with Andrew being the only player to reach 4/4, after which a last-round draw with Iain Swan was enough to ensure first place. The final standings were: 1 Andrew Greet (4.5/5); 2-5 Helge Magnussen, Roddy McKay, Andy Muir, Iain Swan (4/5). The grading prizes went to Nicholas Skettos, Gilbert Alomenu and Bob Innes.


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