(Incomplete, no cross-table available for InterClub A or B)
There were 8 teams competing in both A Grade and B Grade.
In the A grade, the victorious team was Adelaide who led from start to finish and managed to hold off a late challenge from Matisons to win with a round to spare.
Final scores : Adelaide ( Bob Cowley, Andrew Saint, Adam Takos and Andrew Short) on 26.5 points from Matisons ( Andre Fischer, Michael Hoff, Aivars Lidums, Novica Ivkovic and Peter Ballard with 23.5 points. Chess Kids came third on 21 points.
B Grade was also won by Adelaide but the result here was in doubt up to the last round. With one round to go, Adelaide ( 20 ) held a slim lead over Norwood White (18.5) and the Chess Kids team of East West Elite (18) and Modbury 1 on 17.
The last round proved to be exciting as Adelaide ( Pavel Turcaj, Alex Saint, Roland Eime and Chris Bage) held on to win with 23 points ahead of Modbury 1 (21) with East West Elite third on 20.5.
Awards were made to the winning teams and prizes presented to the highest scorer in each grade. Andrew Short (Adelaide) and Bernard Rigo from the Norwood Club tied for first with 7 points from 9 rounds in A Grade while a player new to Adelaide Chess, John Thon Mading from Modbury won the prize for B Grade, also with 7 points.
The Association would like to thank all the Clubs for their continued support of this competition and advises that the Pennant Matches for 2006 will commence on Tuesday 29th August.