Cork, Online  Comments Off on September
Sep 042016

This month’s bulletin has been delayed for a legion of reasons. However, there is more content that any previous issue. Enjoy!

Looking forward… September

Belfast Open
The 2016 Belfast Open will run September 24th-25th –

KPMC 2016
Carol will represent Ireland at this year’s Korean Prime Minister’s Cup –

Cork Meetings
Cork players are considering a change of meeting night –

Weekly Meetings
Dublin – Wednesdays 20:30 in Toners –
Online – Thursdays 20:00-22:00 on OGS –
Cork – Sunday nights 20:00(-ish) in the Cricket Club Bar –
Belfast – Monday nights at the Brewbot Pub on Ormeau Road –
Galway – Tuesday at 20:00, usually at Westwood House Hotel. Anyone interested should email info [at] alexander [dot] ie or call Richard on 091 555800 to confirm
Cobh – Irregular Tuesdays 20:00. Contact us if you are interested –

Further ahead…

Pandanet Go European Team Championship 2016
League C has been split in two. This places Ireland in League D for the upcoming 7th PGETC –

Irish Women’s Championship
Anyone with an opinion on the future of the Irish Women’s Championship should express it on the google group –!topic/irish-go/6ltttO9kRJE

The Malaysian International Amateur Go Championship has issued an open invitation to all Go associations and clubs worldwide –
Online preliminaries are in October –

Looking back… August
Cork Go is online for 10 years –

Although the AGM was held in July, a report was published last month –

Go after Alpha
Top European players comment on the future of the game –

Thanks as always to those who provide updates from around the country.

ten years on…

 Cork, Online  Comments Off on ten years on…
Sep 042016

Cork Go launched just over ten years ago, making it one of the longest running projects I’ve been involved with. As with my own go playing, there have been occasional breaks along the way. While it has never reached any great level of activity, dashboard stats show 115 posts to date – about one a month.

The biggest recent step was definitely the start of a monthly bulletin back in February, which met with positive feedback. So far, this little experiment has been well worth the time. The monthly format strikes a reasonable balance between timely content and production effort.

If anyone has ideas for the future of the site, or would be interested in getting involved in some way, feel free to post a comment below, or get in touch with me directly (check the Contact page).