To celebrate 60 years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Ireland there will be a celebratory Pair Go Championship held at the Japanese Embassy on Sunday May 14th. Full details are available here.
Hello merry go players! Time to plan your next go tournament : why not take the opportunity to visit one of the liveliest city of Ireland! Galway will welcome you on the – probably extremely sunny and beautiful – week-end of the 6 and 7th of May for a handicap-1 tournament in a relaxed atmosphere. […]
The TOP8 who will decide of the two finalists to become Irish Champion this year has started this week-end with the first four gmaes being played between the best 8 players of the ladder. Two players couldn’t play one of the game and have only three games in. The atmosphere was really great, the games […]
Happy New Year!! Just a reminder that Irish Go Association (IGA) membership for the 2017 calendar year is now due for renewal. Membership details are available on the About page here. Also registration is now open for the 2017 Irish Confucius Cup which will occur the weekend of March 3rd-5th, details have not been finalised […]
It was a cold Saturday morning, mist rolled over the plains as did the players to the Cricket Club. Heated by tea and coffee, and fueled by sugary and fresh treats, the games started; 3 rounds of bloodshed on Saturday, followed by 2 on Sunday. It was an all Dublin podium; Zhiqing Zhang fought off […]
The Irish Top 8 Tournament will be held on the weekend of January 28-29th at the Ballsbridge Hotel, Pembroke Road, Dublin 4. The Irish Go Association’s AGM will take place on the Saturday January at 5pm after the last round of the Top 8 tournament.