Jordan celebrates women chess champions

Jordanian women chess champions

Iqbal Tamimi

His Royal Highness Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein’s Club for the Deaf in Amman, has celebrated the women who won the chess tournament which took place this month in Jordan. The chess players competed for the Prince Raad bin Zeid’s Champion title.

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Yusra Nawwaf won the Cup, for the first place for Women, while Ala’a Fawzi won the secon place. The third place was shared between Salam Mohammad and Amal Nawwaf.

Mr. Faisal al-Souce, Deputy of Head of Administrative Committee distributed the awards and celebrated the participating players, who won in this tournament.

To find out more about the results of the National Jordanian Women Chess Championship for 2011 please click this link.

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