The Norman Bond Knockout Tournament

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Each NBKO tournament begins with a round of 8 players paired together at random. Each winner goes forward to a second round of 4 players and so on until a tournament winner is found. The winner of each NBKO tournament enters the prestigious NBKO Hall of Fame.

A full explanation of the tournament and playing rules can be viewed here.

You may enter as many NBKO tournaments as you like by contacting the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Anthony Thistlewood.

Please report your results to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as soon as possible.

 (M=Major Game, m=minor game)

NBKO 166 (17/5/19 - 17/5/20)
Paul Pope 0-2 Stephen Bailey
Andrew Allport 0-2 Marc Wakeham
Alan Beresford 2-0 Warren Hibbert
Ken Law ½-1½ Stephanie Lawrence

 

NBKO 166 SF1 (17/4/20 - 17/4/21)
Marc Wakeham
1½-½ Stephen Bailey

 

NBKO 166 SF2 (1/5/20 - 1/5/21)
Alan Beresford 2-0 Stephanie Lawrence

 

NBKO 166 Final (1/1/21 - 31/12/21)
Alan Beresford -v- Marc Wakeham

 


 

NBKO 168 (16/06/20 - 16/06/22)
Colin Lyne 2-0 Anthony Thistlewood
Rob Taylor 0-2 Marc Wakeham
Alan Beresford 0-2 Stephen Bailey
Russell Sherwood 2-0 Cornelius Cornes

 

NBKO 168 SF1 (14/9/20 - 13/9/2022)
Colin Lyne
1-1 (2 draws) Marc Wakeham

 

NBKO 168 SF2 (09/11/20 - 8/11/2021)
Stephen Bailey
0-2 Russell Sherwood

 

NBKO 168 Final (16/05/2021 - 15/05/2022)
Marc Wakeham
-v- Russell Sherwood

 


 

NBKO 169 (01/01/21 - 31/12/21)
Graham Mill-Wilson -v- Ray Cox
Shaun Holmes -v-  Ken Law
Marc Wakeham  -v-  Nick Glanvile
Colin Lyne -v- Stephen Bailey

 

 We have six names in the hat for NBKO 170. Alan Beresford, Stephen Bailey, Craig Douglas, Ken Law, Stephanie Lawrence and Marc Wakeham.

Just two more names needed to enable the draw to take place so come on guys first come first served. If you’ve not played a NBKO recently why not give it a go?