Gabatshwarwe tests uncharted waters in Ghana

Young Gabatshwane has made rapid chess progress
Young Gabatshwane has made rapid chess progress

PALAPYE: Local chess sensation, Refilwe Gabatshwarwe will leave the country today (Friday) to represent the country at the Africa Under-20 Junior Championship in Accra, Ghana.

The tournament starts on Saturday and runs until November 3, 2019. It would be the first time Gabatshwarwe participates in the showpiece.

Last year, Naledi Marape represented the country and brought home a bronze medal. Gabatshwarwe qualified by virtue of being the national champion. The 14-year-old Women Candidate Master (WCM) starts at rank number five in the Under-20 section, with a rating of 1615.

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