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Site last updated on July 25, 2007

The results for the Olympiad are available here

Please click here to see this important letter from ICCA president Dave Salter regarding friendly correspondence chess matches

Please see our News page for important announcements

Fees: ICCA members not paid up to date are asked to send the appropriate fee to Jack Killane

E-mails to the ICCA webmaster should be sent to icca@eircom.net

The pages on the ICCA website are organised into three groups. All pages are linked from the table below. There is no separate downloads page as yet but game downloads are available from several of the Player and Event pages.

The player pages all have games that you can play through onscreen with your web browser, using Palview3 javascript, but these are laid out with i-frames which are not supported by Netscape 4 and some other older browsers.

President's Letter 1st Email Olympiad (Oly XIV) CC-SIM Alan Ludgate
Secretary's Letter 2nd Email Olympiad (Oly XV) CC-SIM Darrell Nightingale
  Postal Olympiad (Oly XVI)  
Webmaster Announcement North Atlantic tt-5 CC-SIM Tony Doyle (retired)
List of ICCA Officers European Team Championship CC-IM Desmond Taylor
Fees for entering ICCF events Irish Championship 2001 CC-IM Eugene Gibney
2003 AGM Irish Championship 2000 CC-IM Tim Harding
News Page Irish Championship 1999 David Blair
Newsletters ICCA 5-player events  
Links Page Ireland v. USA (ICCF-US) Wolfgang Heidenfeld
  Ireland v Natcor (NCCC)  
Wolfgang Heidenfeld Memorial Ireland v Czech Republic Irish Players' ICCF 2002 Ratings
  Ireland v ASPCC (USA) Irish Players' ICCF 2003 Ratings
ICCF Homepage Ireland v Denmark ICCA 2004 Ratings
ICCF Webserver Report Irish Email Open (finished)  
  Ireland v Finland (finished) Table of all the Irish CC Champions
  Ireland v Switzerland (finished) CC Games Page (updated 27/1/05)
  Ireland v France (finished)  

Follow the link above to find what you need. The pages about Wolfgang Heidenfeld and his memorial tournament remain on the Chess Mail website.

ICCA is the 32-county non-profit-making body organising correspondence chess activities for Irish players living at home or abroad. We run the national championship, Irish teams and other activities. We are affiliated to ICCF.

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