|1||Barnes, Stephen||154||1||0||Heald, Carl||158|
|2||Southernwood, Kevin||153||1||0||Seery, Phillip T||158|
|3||Siddall, Dave||149||1||0||Tokeley, Rob||156|
|4||Horne, George H||149||0||1||Lewis, Jordan||155|
|5||McAtear, Lewis||148||1||0||Bennett, Judd||153|
|6||Rashleigh, Jonathan||147||0||1||O'Rourke, William||151|
|7||Gawne, Martin P||147||1||0||Fanning, Stephen M||150|
|8||Llewellyn, Alan||144||0||1||Whitfield, John||144|
|9||McMath, David||136||½||½||Murray, Steve||149|
|10||Maxwell, Jason||133||0||1||Beckett, John||147|
|11||O'Dowd, Daniel||130||½||½||Fisher, Colin||146|
|12||Murdoch, Steve||118||½||½||Raynor, Philip N||140|
The Cumbria home match was played in Lancaster, which is in Lancashire last time i knew, maybe I am confused. There were sandwiches laid on but we soon got on to the serious stuff. The Cumbria team was a very strong one and underrated players abounded so the result of a win against Lancashire wasn't that much of a surprise but we are not through to the national tournament yet we need to do well against Yorkshire and hope that Yorkshire beat Lancashire.
The section we are in is held regionally in the first phase, we rarely get passed this stage. And it isn't the best teams from each county as it is limited to players with a chess grading less than 160.