UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

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UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby PuzzleScot » Mon 19 Oct, 2015 10:35 am

UK A-team stalwart and all-rounder David McNeill, from Belfast, won the Over-50 category at both events in Sofia last week.
Mark Goodliffe took the WSC over-50 runner-up award.

David is now the reigning World Senior Champion of both Sudoku and Puzzles.
David was already World Senior Champion for Sudoku, having won the 2014 title in Croydon last year.

Kota Morinishi retained his World Sudoku Champion title, while Ken Endo usurped the 10 times world champion, and clear favourite, Ulrich Voigt of Germany, to clinch a Japanese double.

Further results of both championships will be published later now available. In the meantime, congratulations are in order for David, Mark, Kota and Ken for their titles.

[Edit:]
The full results of the 14th WSC and 24th WPC results are available at http://www.wscwpc2015.org/results.php
Team UK finished 8th (of 21) in the WSC and 7th (of 24) in the WPC.

Individually, in both events, all 4 of our A-team players finished in the top 50.

This represents another excellent performance against an outstanding, and always improving, international field. Well done all, especially David with his double title!
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby furudo.erika » Mon 19 Oct, 2015 12:26 pm

Congrats David. Very nice double.
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby DavidC » Mon 19 Oct, 2015 7:25 pm

Congratulations David
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby PuzzleScot » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 1:39 am

Full results published. Top post edited.
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby Cooky » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 10:02 am

Well done to all the UK competitors - some fantastic results. For those of us who didn't make it and would love to have a go and see how far behind we are, is there any way of getting the puzzles? Are they likely to be available at any stage?
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby PuzzleScot » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 3:14 pm

Cooky wrote:... is there any way of getting the puzzles? Are they likely to be available at any stage?

Realistically, that's at least one month away. Then they will only be available for personal use of paid up UKPA members.
Even just having access to the WSC/WPC archive easily justifies the petty £15/year individual membership fee (more info)

If any UK media representatives are reading this, please contact Alan O'Donnell (chairman@ukpuzzles.org) for permission to publish Sudokus or Puzzles from the World Championships.
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby Cooky » Wed 21 Oct, 2015 12:30 pm

Sorry Alan - I thought I had registered (obviously not)
Cheque to UKPA ? sent to you at what address?
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby Magoo » Wed 21 Oct, 2015 4:12 pm

Yes, well done, David McN. Sincerely delighted at your performance, even in the part that deprives me of a prize! Well done all the UK competitors too, a solid team effort all round (excepting my start in the first WSC team round, that is ... cough, cough ... blush). Talking of the subscription fee, I'm not sure when I last paid too, unless it's by standing order - happy to make up any arrears of course. Mark
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby Ekaterin » Thu 22 Oct, 2015 8:07 am

I'd like to know how to become a paid-up UKPA member too. Last time I asked I was told I had a free year for helping out at the 2014 WSC/WPC but that will have expired now.
Thanks,
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby drsteve » Sat 24 Oct, 2015 4:55 pm

Congrats to everyone - and if someone could remind me if I'm paid up or not, that'd be handy :)
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby emma » Tue 27 Oct, 2015 5:23 pm

Me too - when I read the above I found myself wondering when I last paid.
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby GarethMoore » Tue 27 Oct, 2015 5:41 pm

Apart from a few people who have standing orders, most people last paid the summer before last after Mike made the year from July 2014 to July 2015 free since we were hosting the WSC/WPC.

I need to send people requests for payment for the current year starting from this summer through until next summer, so basically if you haven't paid yet this year then can you please pay £15 to the UKPA bank account (the one with account number ending 3411). If you don't have the details, or want to be awkward and send a cheque :) , please send me a message: http://ukpuzzles.org/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&u=66 or via email to secretary@ukpuzzles.org.

I will then also chase people individually via email in a couple of weeks.

If you are reading this and not currently a member, but are interested in joining, then details of membership are on this page: http://www.ukpuzzles.org/membership.php
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Re: UK wins the senior category for WSC and WPC

Postby sf2l » Wed 04 Nov, 2015 8:05 pm

Ekaterin wrote:I'd like to know how to become a paid-up UKPA member too. Last time I asked I was told I had a free year for helping out at the 2014 WSC/WPC but that will have expired now.
Thanks,
Eva.

Time flies (and wasps). I did not notice that the grace year is over. But I have paid now.
Congrats to David who is the first player to detain two individual titles at the same time, in all categories and age groups.
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