Munster League

For up to date results of this seasons Munster League please visit
the Munster Chess Union website.

2017-2018
Sarsfields won the first division of the Munster League scoring 9 match points and 37.5 game points from 12 matches. CCYMS came second and Cork A third. Ennis A finished fourth.

Tralee won Divison 2.

2016-2017
Ennis A won the first division of the Munster League with Adare in second and CCYMS in third.

Charleville won Division 2

2015-2016
Cork A won the Munster League with Ennis A in second and Adare in third.

2014-2015
Note scoring system was changed from game points to match points from this season.
Cork won the Munster League title for the 2014/2015 season with 11.5 points from 14 matches. Adare finished in second place with 9.5 and CCYMS finished third on 9. Ennis A finished fourth on 8 points and Ennis B finished seventh on 3.5. Division 2 was won by Tralee.

2013-2014
Ennis won the Munster League title for the 2013-2014 season first division on a score of 42 points from 60 on tiebreak from Adare. Sarsfields were third on 40 points.

2012-2013
Adare comprehensively won the 2012-2013 Munster League first division on a score of 50.5 points from 60. Sarsfields finished second on 41. Cork and Ennis were tied in third on 33.

2011-2012
The 2011-2012 Munster League Division 1 was won by Sarsfield on a score of 48 from 70 with Ennis A in second place on 46 and Adare A in third place on 41.5. Table here.

2010-2011
In the 2010-2011 season the Munster League was won by Adare on 51.5 from 70 with Ennis A and Sarsfield in 2nd and 3rd on 41 points. Ennis A finished second by virtue of winning more games. See here for table.

2009-2010
Ennis A won the 2009-2010 season on tie break from Sarsfields.

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