Guyana Chess Federation

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The Guyana Chess Federation is a national organization that connects the various chess enthuiasts in Guyana. It is usually referred to as GCF.

GCF was founded in Georgetown, Guyana. Chess in Guyana is not quite popular However they are some pretty impressive players who have represented Guyana. Among them are Candidate Masters Ronuel Greenidge and Anthony Drayton, Suriname Gold and Bronze medalists Rashad Hussain and Haifeng Su, National Champion Wendell Meusa and Former Champion Taffin Khan. Its current president is Irshad Mohamad.

Role[edit]

GCF's most visible activity is organizing the National Chess Championships and National Junior Chess Championship. It is recognized by the FIDE, and respect FIDE rules and regulations.


Committee

President - Irshad Mohamad

Secretary - Ronuel Greenidge

Treasurer - George Vaughn

Tournament Director - Irshad Mohamad

Trainer - Wendell Meusa

Fundraiser - Wayne Browne

Committee Member - Maria Thomas

Committee Member - Ryan Singh

Committee Member - Krisnand Raghunandan

GCF's Champions (Juniors)[edit]

Top Young Chess Players (Rashad Hussain, Raan Motilall, Anthony Drayton & Haifeng Su)
  • 2007–2008 – Kriskal Persaud (Ronald Roberts)
  • 2008–2009 – Kriskal Persaud (Taffin Khan)
  • 2009–2010 – Wendell Meusa (Cecil Cox)
  • 2010–2011 – Taffin Khan (Ron Motilall)
  • 2011–2012 – Taffin Khan (Haifeng Su)
  • 2012–2013 – Taffin Khan (Anthony Drayton)
  • 2013–2014 – Wendell Meusa (Haifeng Su)

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