P.Iniyan From Erode Won the 41st Tamil Nadu State Sub-Junior (U-15) Chess Championship, with 9 points out of 9 rounds, he is the sole leader of the event. He won all the games easily, there is nobody to stop Iniyan, he is also Tamilnadu State U-13 Chess Champion.Sunyuktha C M NFromKanchi won the 29th Tamil Nadu State Sub-Junior (U-15) Girls Chess Championship, with 8.5 points out of 9 rounds, she drew the 7th round game with Srimathi R, from Madurai, in the 8th round she beat the top seed Priyanka.K, from Coimbatore to confirm the title.
In Open Section HarikrishnanA.Rafrom Chennai, finished second scoring 7/9points, for the 3rd place 7 players were tied, on better tie breaks Elancheralathan P, got the 3rd place, all other took 4th to 10th place.
In Girls Section AbiramaSrinithi G, From Erode took the 2nd place scoring 7/9 points, for the 3rd place 3 players were tied but better tie break made Priyanka K, from Coimbatore to took the 3rd place.
The Tournament is held from 6th August 2015 to 10th August 2015 at SaveethaEnginnering College organised by Megha Chess Academy, Chromepet. Total 188 players from 22 Districts were participated, 122 players participated in Open in that 105 were rated players, in Girls Section 66 players participated in that 53 were rated players.
The event was inaugurated on 6th August 2015by Dr.N.M.Veeraiyan, Chancellor, Saveetha Universityin the presence of Dr.S.Rajesh, Director,Saveetha Engineering College&Mr.K.Thirukkalathy, Director Megha Chess Academy.
On 10th August 2015 afternoon Prize Distribution Function was held. Mr.Prof. R. Dheendayalu Dean Saveetha Engineering College was the Chief Guest, and he gave away the Prizes to the Winners in the presence of Mr.N. Selvakumar, Mr.G.Gobu, Physical Directors of Saveetha engineering College, &Mr.K.Thirukkalathy, Director, Megha Chess Academy. The total Prize Money is Rs.25000/-