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On Saturday 21 March 2020 KUPA chess tournament will be held at the Zimbabwe Agricultural show Andy Milla Hall. The aim of the chess tournament is to promote inclusion through the game of chess.

The age groups to take part in this tournament are from the under 08, under 12, under 14, under 16 and under 20. Tose Sonke will be bankrolling the tournament in an effort to ensure that the physically challenged as well as the hearing impaired are also taken care of in the chess circles enabling a well-rounded citizen who is capable of tolerating other people of the society regardless of their innate challenges.

Registration of the tournament should be made through Mr .C.Makamba on +263774328246 and the payment to be made for each player to take part is only 15 RTGs which can also be made through Ecocash to Tafadzwa Katiyo on +263785022682. Confirmation of transfer should be sent to the tournament Chief Arbiter of the tournament International Arbiter Simbabrashe Murimi on +263772666192 so that you can take part in this chess tournament. The tournament will be a five-round tournament which will be 30/30 minutes per player. Players are expected to be at the tournament venue by 0745 as the tournament should start at 0800 hours to ensure that the tournament program is in tandem with the logistical issues. February 21 is the deadline for confirmations to take part in this chess tournament and this also makes it possible for players take part as the last time’s response was so overwhelming that the numbers were more than the expected ones.

There is a need to avoid some disappointments this time and early registration is requested from the potential participants. There will be some exciting prizes which include some trophies, medals as well as T-Shirts and certificates of achievement as well as those of participation.

Chess for all the children regardless of creed, colour and any physical challenge as well as visual impairness.  It is the goal of the organisors to ensure that chess gets to all the children in all sectors.

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