Warner rules chess tourney
DELISLE WARNER defeated fellow International Master Terry Farley in a top-of-the-table clash to emerge champion of the Karl Sealy Memorial Chess Championship.
With both players tied on points ahead of their decisive rescheduled match at the Bridgetown Chess Centre on Tuesday night, Warner prevailed to finish the competitive six-round tournament on four points.
The win avenged an earlier defeat the four-time national champion suffered against Farley in the fourth round.
Warner had earlier come out on top against FIDE Master Dr Philip Corbin in the second and fifth rounds and promising teenager Kemp Lynch in the third round. (HG)
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