INFOK Inter School Chess Tournament 2022

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

INFOK celebrated Children's Day by conducting an Inter School Chess Tournament on 25/11/2022 (Friday) at Aspire Indian International School, Jleeb Al Shuyouk from 9:30am to 1:30pm.

It was enriched with a participation of more than 150 candidates of different nationalities from almost all schools in Kuwait. The venue and prizes were sponsored by Aspire Indian International School and Lulu Money Exchange, Kuwait.

Tournament was conducted in 4 different categories as per their academic grades and was controlled by a group of Arbiters lead by National Arbiter, Ms. Anitha Rajendran (Chief Arbiter). Chairman of Aspire School , Mr. K O Mathew inaugrated the tournament. Mr. Adel Amiri, the President to KMSA was our Chief guest. He is currently a member of FIDE planning and development commission. His inspiring speech gave valuable insight for all. Presidential address was given by INFOK President, Mr. Bibin George.Chief Arbiter Ms Anitha Rajendran declared the winners and prizes were awarded by Mr.Adel Amiri, Mr. Bibin George & Lulu Exchange Marketing head, Mr. Noufal.Mr.Jacob Oomen and INFOK Joint Secretary, Mrs. Hima Balachandran were present on the stage.

The tournament was anchored by INFOK Secretary Mrs. Rajalakshmi Shymesh and it was concluded with a vote of thanks by the tournament director, Mr.Aneesh Poulose.

There were 6 rounds in total managed by swiss pairing and standing are as follows.
Super senior
Winner - Aron Sanju Thomas- Carmel School
Ist Runner Up - Ashutosh B- Indian Education School, Bhavans
2nd Runner Up - Chenul Methsuka- Carmel School

Winner - Agney Sanju - Gulf Indian school
Ist Runner Up - Mohammad junaid khan - Smart Indian School,Bhavans
2nd Runner Up - Jithin Napa- FAIPS DPS

Winner - Mithilesh Ranjithkumar-Gulf indian school
Ist Runner up - Mohnish Balamurukan- ICSK
2nd Runner up - Jaikhalish- Gulf Indian school

Sub Junior
Winner - KRITHIK M - New Gulf Indian school
Ist Runner Up - JAIVISHNU P- Carmel School
2nd Runner Up - Johan John Toms- Indian Central School

Best female player
Laila Al Hassan- Fajer Alsabah School


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