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The second annual Toronto-Mississauga interclub Scrabble® match will take place on Sunday, April 9th, 2006 at the Port Credit Arena, 40 Stavebank Road N, Mississauga.
Toronto won the inaugural event by a score of 17-15. This year, the tournament expands to three divisions.
Players should arrive in time to play by 9:00 A.M. (time to be confirmed) and be prepared to play a seven-round schedule with an hour’s break for lunch. Kibitzers are welcome, though space is limited.
We will play by regular NSA tournament rules, including the keeping of game scores (unlike at Toronto vs. Montreal where for historical reasons only wins and losses are recorded). However, spread will not be used to determine team victory: if both teams score the same number of wins, the event will be declared a tie.
John and Craig draw to see which side goes first in odd-numbered rounds, overriding the NSA’s usual protocol.
$10 will be collected from each player at the tournament at the door, to cover the cost of the rating fee and venue rental.
|Sunday, April 9th, 2006|
|9:00 A.M.-12:00 noon||Rounds 1-3|
|12:00 noon-1:00 P.M.||Lunch (not provided)|
|1:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M.||Rounds 4-7|
If you are not listed below and want to play for your city, please contact your team captain immediately.
Due to a late cancellation, Mississauga is currently short one player. If they can't find a replacement, Ray will have to withdraw.
|1832||Evan Berofsky||1829||Craig Rowland|
|1822||Tony Leah||1769||Jim Nanavati|
|1795||John Chew||1737||Sinna Vijayakumar|
|1776||Zev Kaufman||1733||Shaun Goatcher|
|1729||Libero Paolella||1664||Steve Ozorio|
|1456||Lynda Wise||1476||Yvonne Lobo|
|1414||Roger Cullman||1409||Jason Broersma|
|1409||Curtis Akomanyi||1222||Priya Fernando|
|1300||Mad Palazzo||1218||Sophia Ozorio|
|1166||Mark Edelson||1005||John David|
|1124||Geoff Gibson||962||Kevin Turner|
|1010||Fraser Simpson||952||Allan Brown|
|862||Janet Carrington||950||Mark Hamilton|
|822||Ben Lam||907||Paul Wigley|
|820||Matt Ross||877||Don Ball|
|742||Barry Muskovitch||814||Charles Helewa|
|705||Jim Caughran||657||Percy Fernando|
|0||Rachel Matlow||0||Hans Oh|
Teams will compete in three divisions with no intermixing. Pairings will be announed once division sizes are finalized.
Toronto leads Mississauga 1-0 in Division A.