|Home Team: Bedford D||Away Team: Milton Keynes C|
|1||Qais Karimi||140||0.5||0.5||Alan Heath||152|
|2||John Harbour||138||0||1||Colin Solloway||133|
|3||Ben Cox||129||0||1||Dave Wells||133|
|4||Toby Cox||112||0.5||0.5||John McKeon||121|
|5||Robin Pound||91||0||1||Geir Erik Nielsen||116|
Qais looked under pressure a pawn down in the middle game, but comfortably held out for the draw.
I was in the process of winning a pawn when I played two moves in the wrong order and lost a piece instead.
Ben fought hard in a difficult position, with no reward.
Toby played well and probably should have won. A pawn up in a R+P endgame he had the worse rook so John was able to force a draw.
Robin was a pawn down with a restricted bishop, but with queens on the board he had chances. After the queens were swapped off he had none.
All in all, not the D team’s finest hour. Better luck next time!