Dave Wild, the Suffolk Grading Officer, has submitted the following statistics from the league season that has just ended.
The tables below show the average grade of the player on each board of a team and the final league positions. The grades used are the January 2014 grades or a player’s current estimated grade.
For each division two extra columns have been added to the final league table. The columns headed BACL and EACU show the points which would have been scored if the leagues had been run using that body’s rules. In the Bury Area Chess League an extra point is given to a team which wins a match. In the East Anglian Chess Union two points are awarded for a won match and one for a drawn match.
Division 2 was odd as the two strongest teams were in the last two places. In Divisions 1 and 2 the top and bottom teams remain the same under the SCCA, BACL and EACU rules. In Division 3 under the EACU rules then Clacton would be champions and Felixstowe would be awarded the wooden spoon.
Division 1 is shown below. Divisions 2 and 3 will follow in the next couple of days.
|DIVISION 1||Board 1||Board 2||Board 3||Board 4|
|Bury St Edmunds A||195.6||75.0||164.3||40.0||160.5||40.0||141.8||45.0||165.6|
|Bury St Edmunds B||175.7||25.0||174.8||65.0||161.9||35.0||149.6||70.0||165.5|
|Bury St Edmunds A||10||3||3||4||20||23||9|
|Bury St Edmunds B||10||2||6||2||19½||21½||10|