Gonzaga Classics

The event was first organised in 2002, comprising multiple sections, usually called Masters, Championship, and Challengers. The results below are all for the Masters event; where there is a full report, details of the other sections are given. The Philip Hogarty Cup for the Masters event was presented in 2008.

  • 2002-2009
  • 2002     Stephen Brady; February 1-3, 2002, 10 players, 6 rounds, 24 games (8 available); pairings & results
  • 2003     Brian Fitzpatrick; February 7-9, 2003, 8 players, 6 rounds, 23 games (1 available); pairings & results
  • 2004     Sam Collins; February 6-8, 2004, 8 players, 6 rounds, 24 games (none available); pairings & results
  • 2005     Karl McPhillips; February 4-6, 2005, 6 player all-play-all, 15 games (none available); pairings & results
  • 2006     Tom Clarke; February 3-5, 2006, 6 player all-play-all, 13 games (4 available); crosstable
  • 2007     Gordon Freeman; February 2-4, 2007, 18 players, 6 rounds, 48 games (none available); pairings & results
  • 2008     Ryan-Rhys Griffiths; February 1-3, 2008, 13 players, 5 rounds; 24 games (all available); pairings & results
  • 2009     Adam Špirek; January 30-February 1, 2009, 8 players, 5 rounds; 19 games (none available); pairings & results
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  • 2010-
  • 2010     David Fitzsimons; January 29-31, 2010; 11 players, 6 rounds, 30 games (none available); pairings & results
  • 2011     David Fitzsimons, February 4-6, 2011; 18 players, 5 rounds, 39 games (32 available)
  • 2012     David Fitzsimons, January 27-29, 2012; 16 players, 5 rounds, 38 games (all available)
  • 2013     David Fitzsimons, February 1-3, 2013; 14 players, 5 rounds, 34 games (all available)
  • 2014     Killian Delaney, January 24-26, 2014; 18 players, 6 rounds, 50 games (49 available)
  • 2015     Conor O’Donnell, January 16-18, 2015; 28 players, 6 rounds, 74 games (1 available); pairings & results
  • 2016     David Murray, January 22-24, 2016; 28 players, 5 rounds, 93 games (80 available)
  • Sources:
  • Gonzaga Classic, Irish Chess History web site
  • Email from David Murray, January 21, 2016 (roll of honour, 2002-2015)

Last updated: April 24, 2017.

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