Wednesday, 15 April 2015

2015 FIRST DIVISION CHESS LEAGUE (FCL) : ROUND 1 RESULTS

2015 FIRST DIVISION CHESS LEAGUE (FCL)
ROUND 1 RESULTS
DATE: 13 APRIL 2015
TIME: 18h30
VENUE: HOTEL THURINGERHOF

Checkmate                       4-0          Poly Rookers
Clarence Campbell          1-0f        Thomas Iipinge
Brian Jaftha                      1-0f        Engelhard Haingura
Beverly Tjatindi               1-0          Alberto Seibeb
Kirth Ithana                      1-0          Abraham Ndeutapo

Rubinstein                         1-3          Unam Incredible Knights
Israel Shilongo                   0-1          Fillemon Shatipamba
Berry s Katjire                    0-1          Aldrin Cloete
Kelvin Tengwana              0-1          Leonard Tjirare
Alec Gore                          1-0          Treasure

Jan Mohr                       3-1          Kings U-Knighted
Erastus Nghishoono        0-1          Robby Tangeni
Lazarus Shatipamba        1-0          Winfred Ndimfitu
Mbitjitea Kahuure           1-0          Indongo Ndawedapo
Undjizuva Mutjavikua    1-0          Alfa Chika

The Kings                         0-4          Unam Titans
Joshua Oberholzer            0-1          Fremantle Kuhanga
Ditshaba Jane                    0-1          Phillip Shipo
Gale Jane                          0-1          Tommy Shilongo
Mika Oberholzer              0-1          Festus Shikesho


2015 NAMSPORTS FIRST DIVISION CHESS LEAGUE (FCL) STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 1

POS. TEAM                                 P             W           D             L              GP          MP
1.       Checkmate                          1              1              0              0              4              2
2.       UNAM Titans                     1              1              0              0              4              2
3.       Jan Mohr                             1              1              0              0              3              2
4.       UNAM Incr. Knights          1              1              0              0              3              2
5.       Kings U-Knighted              1              0              0              1              1              0
6.       Rubinstein                           1              0              0              1              1              0
7.       Poly Rookers                       1              0              0              1              0              0
8.       The Kings                            1              0              0              1              0              0
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2015 NAMSPORTS PREMIER CHESS LEAGUE (PCL) ; ROUND 1 RESULTS

2015 NAMSPORTS PREMIER CHESS LEAGUE (PCL)
ROUND 1 RESULTS
DATE: 13 APRIL 2015
TIME: 18h30
VENUE: HOTEL THURINGERHOF

UNAM Indomitable Knights       4-0          ZCA
Immanuel Gariseb               1-0          Etu Nangula
Billy Chisenga                     1-0f        Mutago Hochobeb
Justin Samalesu                   1-0f        Mubasen Hochobeb
Aluizio da Silva                   1-0          Kevin Gurirab

Herero Mall                       4-0f        Queens United

Gunter Husselman         3-1          Chessmasters
Goodwill Khoa                  1-0          Claudio Adolfo
Thomas Kapofi                  1-0          Borro Ndungula
Max Nitzborn                    1-0          Olivier Diambu
Lutopu Lubinda                 0-1          Bruce Nyazika

Poly U-Knighted             2-2          Grand Monsters
Benhard Schwarz             0-1          Neshila Kautungwavali
Collin Nyandoro              1-0          Silvanus Shidolo
Gatsen Tjirare                   1-0          Emmanuel Sihlahla
Reginald Hangula             0-1          Mateus Joseph

Capablanca                    3-1          TWCA
Charles Eichab                1-0          William Kamberipa
Otto Nakapunda              1-0          Matjiua Kajovi
Richard Nyatoti               0-1          Nicola Tjaronda
Sanders Oberholzer         1-0          Dante Beukes



2015 NAMSPORTS PREMIER CHESS LEAGUE STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 1

POS. TEAM                                 P             W           D             L              GP          MP
1.       Herero Mall CC                  1              1              0              0              4              2
2.       UNAM Ind. Knights CC    1              1              0              0              4              2
3.       Capablanca                         1              1              0              0              3              2
4.       Gunter Husselman CC        1              1              0              0              3              2
5.       Grand Monsters CC            1              0              1              0              2              1
6.       Poly U-Knighted CC          1              0              1              0              2              1
7.       Chessmasters                      1              0              0              1              1              0
8.       TWCA                                1              0              0              1              1              0
9.       Queens United CC             1              0              0              1              0              0
10.     ZCA                                   1              0              0              1              0              0
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2015 NAMSPORTS PREMIER CHESS LEAGUE
ROUND 2 FIXTURES
DATE: 20 APRIL 2015
TIME: 18h30
VENUE: HOTEL THURINGERHOF

QUEENS UNITED                              VS           GRAND MONSTERS
TWCA                                                    VS           POLY U-KNIGHTED
CHESS MASTERS                               VS           CAPABLANCA
HERERO MALL                                   VS           UNAM INDOMITABLE KNIGHTS

ZCA                                                        VS           GUNTHER HUSSELMANN

Nakapunda, Gariseb win in Erongo as Chess League kicks off


Otto Nakapunda and Immanuel Gariseb won the Arandis Open and Omaruru Open, respectively, over the weekend.

Nakapunda scored 5 wins out of 5 on Saturday, followed by Gariseb on 4 points and Simon Shidolo (3 points) who edged out three locals from Arandis to claim bronze.

This was the second tournament at the town and although the turnout was not at the same level as the inaugural tournament a year ago, there was fire on the board with the Arandis residents pulling out all stops for the honours.

At the end of the day, Saltiel Ismael was rewarded with the Best Local Player Award.
On Sunday, the Namibia Chess Federation hosted the inaugural Omaruru Open, which also forms part of the Grand Prix Series.

National Junior Champion had an incredible run scoring 5 wins from 5 games, followed by National Champion Charles Eichab on 4 points and Otto Nakapunda a further point behind. Thomas Ehrich and Fillemon Shatipamba also scored 3 points to share the third prize.

The Best Local Player honours went to Rodney !Kaneb, ahead of Zacharias Domingo and Onesmus Tsuseb.

Meanwhile, history was made on Monday (yesterday) night when the much anticipated Chess Leagues kicked off at Hotel Thuringerhof.  For the first time, a second division was created owing to the growing popularity of the Royal Game. New comers Jan Mohr SS, King’s U-Knighted, 
Rubinstein, The Kings and Unam Incredible Knights join last season’s relegated trio of Unam Titans, Checkmate and Poly Rookers to make up the 8-team First Division Chess League.

The NamSports Premier Chess League (PCL) is the top division and has been trimmed down from 13 teams to 10 teams this season. The main reason is to increase the quality of play and the feeling now amongst all players is that “there are now no easy games.”

There were no major upsets in the matches, apart from former National Women’s Champion Nicola Tjaronda’s surprise win over Capablanca’s Richard Nyatoti to deny the Champions a perfect start to the campaign.

The PCL will be played on Mondays and will consist of 18 rounds in total while the FCL will feature a total of 16 home-and-away rounds.  All games start at 18h30. Players who wish to join the League can contact any of the clubs before the 27th April 2015 when registration for the Leagues closes.


Acting League Administrator can be reached via 081-211 6463 or email president@namibiachessfederation.com

Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Eichab and Mentile crowned 2015 national chess champions

Charles Eichab 2015 National Champion receiving his prize money from NCF treasurer Jolly Nepando.

CM Charles Eichab won his 5th National title at the 2015 National Chess Championship held in the capital over the Easter weekend. He finished with an amazing 6 out of 7 score after drawing against Josef Nitzborn and Simon Shidolo and defeating all his other competitors. In second place tied with Eichab was CM Otto Nakapunda also with 6 out of 7. Nakapunda lost to Eichab in an equally matched game in round 4. In the final round of the competition, Josef Nitzborn drew with the champion to secure the bronze medal. Nitzborn completed the tournament on 5.5 out of 7.

The women's section saw a poor turnout this year with only four ladies entered to compete for the prestigious Women's National Chess Championship title. Lishen Mentile in this section walked away with top honors after defeating her opponents who all formed part of Namibia's 2015 national feamle chess team. She amassing a total of 5 points out of 6 in double round-robin tournament. Mentile was followed by Ruaha Shipindo in second place and Jolly Nepando in third.

The Open and Women's Section winners
Amateur players that took part in this year's tournament were treated to a special B-Section where they competed freely with players of the same skill level. No advanced players were permitted in this section and so young and old players that are recognized as beginners paired against each other and decided their own fate. Final year medical student  Onesmus Kamenje was crowned champion in of the B-Section after winning second place runner-up Fillemon Shatipamba and finishing with a score of 6/7. Shatipamba tied with Onesmus on points but lost on direct encounter on tiebreak. Long time junior player Mutago Hochobeb came in third in this section.
Open Section Winners - Nakapunda, Eichab and Nitzborn
Open Section Top 10:

Rank SNo.    Name                     Rtg     Wins Draws Loses Pts.  Res.   Fide    BHs    BH. 
   1   16 CM Eichab Charles        2000      5     2        0        6        1        26    195       23½ 
   2   22 CM Nakapunda  Otto     1970      6     0        1        6        0        24    189½    19½ 
   3   19        Nitzborn Josef         1900      5     1        1        5½     0        21½  194½   19  
   4    8         Shidolo Simon         1900      4     2        1       5         0        21    176½    20½ 
   5    1 CM Handjaba McLean    1900      4     1        2       4½      0        19    192       21  
  
   6   21        Kajovi Matjiua         1700      4     1        2       4½     0         17    172       16  
   7   23       Gariseb Immanuel     1900      4     1        2       4½     0        16     187½   18  
   8    7        Schwarz Bernhard     1800      4     0        3       4        0        18     192      22  
   9   18       Nghifikwa Leonard   1800      3     0        3       4        0        17     186½    19  
  10   11      Kamberipa William   1800      3     0        3       4        0        16     162½    17

Women's Section winners - Rauha, Lishen and Jolly
Women's Section overall winners:

Rank SNo.     Name                      Rtg        Wins Draws Loses  Pts.  Res.  Fide  BHs   BH. 
   1    3             Mentile Lishen     1600         3       2         0        5      0   17½     114   11½ 
   2    4             Shipindo Rauha    1600        3        3         0       4½    0    17       114     9  
   3    1 WCM Nepando Jolly        1680        1       1         4        1½   0    3½      102     15

Winners of the B-Section
B-Section overall winners:

Rank SNo. Name                          Rtg     Wins   Loses    Pts.    Res.    Fide    BHs    BH. 
   1    2   Kamenje Onesmus          1600      6        1            6         1        23       192½   20  
   2    6   Shatipamba Fillemon      1600      6        1            6         0        25       192      18½ 
   3   11  Hochobeb Mutago          1600      5         2            5        0        22        194      21
Winner of B-Section - Onesmus Kemanje

2015 National Chess Championship - Final Standings

B- Section : Final Ranking

Rank SNo. Name                      Rtg Wins Loses Pts. Res. Fide BHs  BH.
   1    2 Kamenje Onesmus          1600  6     1    6    1    23  192½ 20
   2    6 Shatipamba Fillemon      1600  6     1    6    0    25  192  18½
   3   11 Hochobeb Mutago          1600  5     2    5    0    22  194  21
   4   16 Tangeni Robby            1600  3     2    4    0    20  161  21
   5    7 Cloete Aldrin            1600  4     3    4    0    19  178  23
   6    4 Tjirare Leonhard         1600  4     3    4    0    18  186½ 21
   7    5 Shiluna Paulus           1600  4     3    4    0    18  165½ 19
   8    8 Gurirab Kevin            1600  4     3    4    0    15  178½ 16½
   9   10 Shilomboleni Paulinus    1600  4     3    4    0    14  183½ 17½
  10    9 Katjimune Marshall       1600  4     3    4    0    14  178½ 12½
  11   12 Hochobeb Mubasen         1600  2     3    4    0    14  155½ 15½
  12    3 Katjire Berrys           1600  3     4    3    0    13  167  21
  13   15 Ndimfitu Tangeni Winfred 1600  1     4    3    0    10  146½ 15½
  14   14 Chika Alfa               1600  2     4    3    0    10  133½ 16
  15   17 Ndawedapo Indongo        1600  0     5    2    1    9   134½ 16
  16   13 Ndali Gideon             1600  1     4    2    0    4   156  12
  17    1 Kewiliko Shikonda        1600  0     5    1    0    4   136½ 15


Women's Section : Final Ranking

Rank SNo.     Name               Rtg Wins Draws Loses Pts. Res. Fide BHs BH.
   1    3     Mentile Lishen    1600  3     2     0    5    0   17½  114 11½
   2    4     Shipindo Rauha    1600  3     3     0    4½   0    17  114  9
   3    1 WCM Nepando Jolly     1680  1     1     4    1½   0    3½  102 15
   4    2     Kamutuua Tjatindi 1600  1     0     4    1    0    4   102 12½


Open Section : Final Ranking

Rank SNo.    Name                 Rtg Wins Draws Loses Pts. Res. Fide BHs  BH.
   1   16 CM Eichab Charles      2000  5     2     0    6    1    26  195  23½
   2   22 CM Nakapunda  Otto     1970  6     0     1    6    0    24  189½ 19½
   3   19    Nitzborn Josef      1900  5     1     1    5½   0   21½  194½ 19
   4    8    Shidolo Simon       1900  4     2     1    5    0    21  176½ 20½
   5    1 CM Handjaba McLean     1900  4     1     2    4½   0    19  192  21
   6   21    Kajovi Matjiua      1700  4     1     2    4½   0    17  172  16
   7   23    Gariseb Immanuel    1900  4     1     2    4½   0    16  187½ 18
   8    7    Schwarz Bernhard    1800  4     0     3    4    0    18  192  22
   9   18    Nghifikwa Leonard   1800  3     0     3    4    0    17  186½ 19
  10   11    Kamberipa William   1800  3     0     3    4    0    16  162½ 17
  11   14    Kuhanga Fremantle   1800  3     2     2    4    0   14½  170½ 16
  12    3    Ujamba Therence     1700  3     1     3    3½   0   17½  177  19½
  13   15    Tjriange Richman    1800  2     3     2    3½   0   13½  177½ 17½
  14   20    Ehrich Thomas       1800  2     3     2    3½   0    12  170½ 14
  15   12    Campbell Clarence   1800  3     0     3    3    0    16  157  19
  16   13    Seibeb Alberto      1600  2     0     3    3    0    12  148½ 16½
  17    4    Beukes Dante        1600  2     2     3    3    0   10½  173  17½
  18    9    Ndungula Borro      1700  3     0     4    3    0    10  171  18
  19   10    Ndali Christopher   1700  2     0     4    3    0    7   156  13½
  20    6    Gurirab Montgomery  1700  2     0     5    2    0    12  165  18½
  21   17    Jaftha Brain        1700  1     2     4    2    0    10  151½ 15
  22    5    Trepper  Tibor      1650  1     1     5    1½   0    8½  164½ 16½
  23   25    Tjirare Gatsen      1700  0     0     3    1    0    7    77  12½
  24   24    Kazonguizi Rinunisa 1700  0     0     3    1    0    6   132  14½
  25    2    Kahima Petrus       1500  0     0     4    0    0    0   143½ 12

Saturday, 28 March 2015

2015 National Chess Championship

 2015 National Chess Championship
Tournament regulations:

1.    VENUE: – Protea Hotel, Thuringerhof, Independence Avenue, Windhoek.

2.    EVENT DATE: 02 April – 06 April 2015

3.    Registration Period and Method:
Period:                   Starts 29th March – ends 02 April 2015 at 14h00 sharp.
Method:                 SMS the following;
“National Champs Registration + YOUR FULL NAME and the SECTION you want to play in”
e.g.National Champs Registration, Bobby Fischer, Open Section” to 0814006467

4.    REGISTRATION
4.1.        REGISTRATION FEE FOR MEMBERS:
N$ 100.00 + N$ 50 Deposit – Adults
N$ 50.00 + N$ 50 Deposit – Under 20

4.2.        REGISTRATION FEE FOR NON-MEMBERS:
N$ 150.00 + N$ 50.00 Deposit - Adults
N$ 100.00 + N$ 50.00 Deposit – Under 20

DEPOSITS ARE REFUNDABLE AT PRIZE GIVING ON CONDITION THAT A PLAYER HAS COMPLETED THE TOURNAMENT.

5.    EVENT SCHEDULE:
5.1.         OPENING CEREMONY: 17h30
Welcoming and Opening Speech: Chief Organizer – Mr McLean Handjaba
Announcements by Tournament Director - Mr Immanuel Gariseb

1.1.        OPEN SECTION:
Round 1 : Thursday                02 April 2015               18h00 - 22h00
Round 2 : Friday                    03 April 2015               09h00 - 13h00
Round 3 : Friday                     03 April 2015                16h00 - 20h00
Round 4 : Saturday                04 April 2015                09h00 - 13h00
Round 5 : Saturday                 04 April 2015                16h00 - 20h00
Round 6 : Sunday                   05 April 2015                14h00 - 18h00
Round 7 : Monday                  06 April 2015                10h00 - 14h00

1.2.        WOMEN’S SECTION:
Round 1 : Thursday                02 April 2015               18h00 - 22h00
Round 2 : Friday                    03 April 2015               09h00 - 13h00
Round 3 : Friday                     03 April 2015                16h00 - 20h00
Round 4 : Saturday                 04 April 2015                09h00 - 13h00
Round 5 : Saturday                 04 April 2015                16h00 - 20h00
Round 6 : Sunday                   05 April 2015                14h00 - 18h00
Round 7 : Monday                  06 April 2015                10h00 - 14h00

1.3.        B- SECTION:
Round 1 : Thursday                02 April 2015               18h00 - 22h00
Round 2 : Friday                    03 April 2015               09h00 - 13h00
Round 3 : Friday                     03 April 2015                16h00 - 20h00
Round 4 : Saturday                 04 April 2015                09h00 - 13h00
Round 5 : Saturday                 04 April 2015                16h00 - 20h00
Round 6 : Sunday                   05 April 2015                14h00 - 18h00

Round 7 : Monday                  06 April 2015                10h00 - 14h00 

5.5.        CLOSING CEREMONY: MONDAY, 06 April 2015

Chess League Live Draw: 15h30 (Officiated by Otto Nakapunda)
National Championship Prize Giving: 16h30
Vote of thanks: by Jolly Nepando

6.    Tournament Sections:
6.1.        The tournament will consist of three sections: the Open Section, Women’s Section and B- Section.

6.2.        Open Section:
6.2.1.    The winner of the Open Section will be declared Namibia’s National Chess Champion and will be bestowed with a National Master (NM) title.
6.2.2.    Only players above the age of 16 or players that have finished in the top 20 at any official NCF tournament in the past 3 years may partake in the open section. Players younger than 16 that have qualified for the junior national team may participate in the open section provided they have finished top 10 at any official NCF tournament. Female players may also partake in the Open Section.
6.2.3.    The organizers reserve the right to apply their discretion in granting admission to inactive players above the age of 16 that wish to participate in the open section.

6.3.        Women’s Section:
6.3.1.    The winner of the Women’s Section will be declared Namibia’s Woman Champion and will receive a Women’s National Master (WNM) title.
6.3.2.    Only female chess players may partake in this section.

6.4.        B-Section
6.4.1.    The winner of the B- section will not be bestowed with any national title. He or she will receive a gold medal and a cash prize.
6.4.2.    The B-Section is open to both male and female players that are recognized as “novice/amateur” chess players. No FIDE title players or players with official FIDE ratings of above 1700 may enter this category

7.    SYSTEM AND RATE OF PLAY:
7.1.         The Open Section format will be a SWISS System tournament played over 7 (seven) Rounds. Rate of play will be 01h30 minutes plus 30 seconds increment for every move starting from move 1.
7.2.        The Women’s Section format will be a Round-Robin System tournament played over 7 (Seven) Rounds. Rate of play will be 1h30 minutes plus 30 seconds increment for every move starting from move 1.
7.3.         The B-Section format will be a SWISS System tournament played over 7 (seven) Rounds. Rate of play will be 1h30 minutes plus 30 seconds increment for every move starting from move 1.

8.    PAIRING AND TIE BREAK SYSTEM:
8.1.        Swiss Manager will be used for the pairings. Tie-Breaks will be applied in the following order:
      i.        Direct encounter
     ii.        Progressive Score
    iii.        Medien-Bucholz
   iv.        Bucholz

8.2.        If players are still tied then a 1 game 5 minutes Armageddon will be played.

9.    NATIONAL CHESS RATINGS:
A chess player who does not have a national rating will receive a rating based on his/her performance against rated players.

10.  WHO MAY PARTICIPATE?
This is a closed event and therefore only Namibian citizens may participate – Please bring a Namibian Identity document along when you register as proof of Namibian Citizenship.

11.   CATEGORY PRIZES:
11.1.      OPEN SECTION PRIZES:
1st Prize = *Cash + Gold medal
2nd Prize = Cash + Silver Medal
3rd Prize = Cash + Bronze Medal
4th Prize = Cash
5th Prize = Cash
11.2.      WOMEN’S SECTION PRIZES:
1st Prize = Cash + Gold medal
2nd Prize = Cash + Silver Medal
3rd Prize = Cash + Bronze Medal
11.3.      B-SECTION PRIZES:
1st Prize = Cash + Gold medal
2nd Prize = Cash
3rd Prize = Cash
11.4.      *Cash Prizes To Be Announced before Round 1.
NB: This year’s tournament is NOT sponsored.
11.5.      Cash prizes are in Namibia Dollars and will be shared equally if players are tied. Tie-breaks will be used to determine the place attained!!

12.   QUALIFICATION
12.1.      ZONE 4.3 INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The winner in the Open section and the winner in the Women’s Section will qualify to partake at the 2015 Zone 4.3 Individual Chess Championship to be held in Blantyre, Malawi from the 17th to the 26th April 2015. The 2nd place and 3rd place runner ups in both the male and female section also qualify to represent Namibia in Malawi but at their own cost.

12.2.      AFRICA INDIVIDUAL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFICATION
The first 3 players in the Open section and the first 3 players in the Women’s Section will qualify to partake at the 2015 Africa Individual Chess Championship in Cairo, Egypt from the 1st to 13th May 2015. The NCF will however only provide financial assistance to the 1st place winners in the open section and female section.

13.   TOURNAMENT RULES AND FIDE RULES:
The tournament organizers reserve the right to use Namibian tailored Tournament Rules and Regulations for this tournament as they see fit. The current standing FIDE Laws and Rules of classical chess will be applied in all cases not prescribed specifically by this tournament regulations.

13.1.      Players who are late by 15 minutes after a round has started will forfeit their games.

13.2.      No player shall be allowed to enter the playing venue with their cell phones or an electronic device that may assist them during the games. Any cell phones in the playing venue permitted by the Chief Arbiter should be switched of at all times. If a players phone rings or alarm goes off such player will forfeit his or her game immediately. Players and Spectators alike will not be permitted to talk on their Cell phones within the playing venue.
13.3.      Cameras with a flash may only be used for the first 15mins after the start of the round. After that only cameras without a flash may be used inside the playing venue.
13.4.      Utmost Silence should prevail by all present. A player becomes a spectator after they finish their games and should be silent or will be asked to leave the playing venue.
13.5.      When a player touches a piece the piece should be moved unless it will be an illegal move. The move will be regarded as finish when the player releases the piece on the destination square.
13.6.      Rude behaviour or foul language towards fellow chess players and/or spectators during and or after the games will not be tolerated. Players who make them guilty of such offense/behaviour will be disqualified with immediate effect. The Chief Arbiter’s and his/her assistants’ decisions will be final.
13.7.      Players should complete their score sheet after every move. If a player does not complete the score sheet a warning will be issued and the game will be lost with the third warning. Players will not be allowed to hide or destroy their score sheets at any point during the game. The score sheets are property of the organizers even after a copy is given to the chess player.
NB: Chess players are requested to please bring their own pens to record their moves. Players (especially scholars) who do not know how to record their games should ask for exemption when they register. We would however strongly recommend that they record their moves as it is part of learning and growing in chess. Score sheets will be provided by the NCF.
13.8.      The Namibia Chess Federation Executive Committee reserves the right to amend and make necessary changes to the tournament regulations as it sees fit to ensure a successful tournament.

14.   APPEALS COMMITTEE
14.1.       If a player would like to appeal against any judgment from the arbiters he or she should do so 30 minutes after the round ends. A fee of N$100.00 is payable before an appeal can be heard. If the player is found not guilty he or she will be refunded. If guilty he or she will forfeit their N$100.00.
14.2.      An appeals committee will be appointed before the start of Round 1.

15.  LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Chief Organizer: McLean Handjaba               +264814006467
Tournament Director: Immanuel Gariseb      +264818539257
Chief Arbiter: El-Shaddai Aluteni                    +264813858618
1st Assistant Arbiter: Charles Eichab              +264816238160
2nd Assistant Arbiter: Billy Chisenga               +264813667923
Treasurer: Jolly Nepando                               +264818594954
Logistics: Richman Tjiriange                           +264812061439



By order,
Chief Arbiter
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Ms El-Shaddai Aluteni