Monday, February 22, 2010

1st Malaysian Women Masters - Complete List

The 16 players for the 1st Malaysian Women Masters Chess Championship has been identified and confirmed. The two final names were finalized earlier today by Gregory Lau (MCF Secretary) and a third name was also given as a reserve in the event that a player pulls out.

The 16 names are:
NO National Women Masters I RT N RT
1 Wahiduddin, Nurul Huda 2020 1556
2 Fong, Mi Yen 1930 1566
3 Wahiduddin, Khairunnisa 1927 1569
4 Bakri, Alia Anin Azwa 1926 1719
5 Tan, Li Ting 1879 1569
6 Nur, Nabila Azman Hisham 1825 1677
7 Haslindah, Ruslan 1704 1425
8 Zullkafli, Amira Syahmina 1692 1598
9 Hoh, Tjin Li 1655 1614
10 Wahiddudin, Fadzilah
11 Nur, Najiha Hisham
12 Narayanan, Renitha
13 Azhar, Puteri Rifqah Fahada
14 Latifah, Kaiyisah Bt. Mohd Lati
15 Hong, Wee Ni Winnie
16 Mohd Latib, Latifah Syamimi

Sarika Subramaniam (with a National Rating of 1570) has been named as the reserve player

All players will need to register before the start of the first round at 9:00am on Friday, 26 February. Round 1 is scheduled to start at 10:00am

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