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2020 AGA AGM

Details of the 2020 AGM have been emailed to all members – if you have not recieved a copy, please email …   or you can view the documents here

Members are urged to read the documents and vote using the form provided.  The dead-line for votes is 31st October 2020.

If you did not recieve the email, the documents and ballot paper are here


2020 Korean Prime Minister’s Cup

Jay Rie is the Australian representative at the 2020 Korean Prime Minister’s Cup which is being held on-line for the first time due to Covid-19 concerns.

The first three rounds will be played on the Tygem server. Jay Rie’s playing name on Tygem is “Rie” (with a capital R).

The game schedule is:

Round 1 – August. 5th, 10am

Round 2 – August. 8th, 10am

Round 3 – August 12th, 10am

Spectators will need a Tygem account and software to watch live – the URL to register and get the software is


2019 Australian Go Championships

The 2019 Australian Go Championships will be held in Melbourne over the weekend of December 7th and 8th.  The AGA’s annual general meeting will be held on Saturday at the same venue.

Details of the championships can be found at


International Collegiate Tournament

The Ing Foundation is hosting the 2018 International Collegiate Go Tournament at The University of Cambridge, England. The event starts on July 9th and will conclude on the 15th.

The players representing Australia are Cary Jin & Zhou Wei from Melbourne; Huang HanTao from Sydney; Xin Li from Perth and Daniel Li is representing the University of Sydney Go Society. Daniel is a guest and also a participant in the tournament because next year tournament will be held at Sydney University.

Details can be found on the Ing Foundation web page. The British Go Association also has information on their website

A huge vote of thanks goes to Daniel Li from Sydney University Go Club for gaining the hosting rights to the 2019 International Collegiate Go Tournament.