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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2008) Philip David Hogarty (April 18, 1988 - January 1, 2008) was chairman of the Irish Chess Union from September 2006 until his untimely death in January 2008. He was born at Holles Street, Dublin and raised in Baggot Street until in 1990, at the age of two, he moved to Jobstown in Tallaght, County Dublin. Phil was hit by a Garda car shortly after 2:30 am on January 1. He died later that day at 4:10 pm. Philip’s popularity is evidenced by the great sadness felt across the city of Dublin and the country of Ireland at his passing. It was also evidenced at his funeral Mass where a large crowd squeezed into St. Thomas’ church in Jobstown to bid their friend a final farewell. Contents 1 Career 2 Results 3 References 4 External links // Career Hogarty began playing chess in 6th class in primary school at the age of 12. In 2004 he won the Leinster Schools Under 16 Championship. In 2005, he represented Leinster at the Inter-Provincials, playing as board 5 on the U19 team. In December that year, he finished unbeaten with 4.5 points out of 6 games in the Leinster Championships Challengers section. He finished in joint 2nd place. In 2006, he played on the top board for DIT in the Irish Intervarsities helping them to achieve a third place finish. After moving to the Rathmines Chess Club, he played on the top board in the Heidenfeld Memorial amassing 9 points out of 11 to finish as the competition’s top scorer for the 2006/2007 season. He also came joint 2nd in the biggest tournament in Ireland, the Bunratty Chess Festival Major section. He finished unbeaten yet again, with 5/6. To round out 2006, he placed 4th in the season long ranking "Grand Prix" competition. This meant that Hogarty had the 4th best tournament results of the year in his section. In 2007, in an achievement which was set to propel him to the upper echelons of Irish Chess, Philip was selected to play for Rathmines’ strongest team in Ireland’s premier event the Armstrong Cup for the 2007/2008 season. At the halfway stage of this competition Philip had scored a very credible 4 points out of 6 against mainly expert opponents. At the time of his death Philip had reached number 32 in the Irish Chess Union rating list. [1] His election in 2006 as chairman of the Irish Chess Union made him, at 18 years of age, the youngest person ever to be elected to this position. Results Year Tournament Place Score Notes 2007 Leinster Championships 10th/13 2.5/6 This was Hogarty's last tournament before his death 2007 Irish Championships 35th/52 4/9 2007 British Major Open 23rd/76 6/11 2007 Cork Masters 25th/61 3/6 2007 Galway Masters 15th/61 3.5/6 2007 Kilkenny Masters 29th/32 2/6 2007 Bunratty Challengers 28th/62 3/6 2007 Limerick Open 14th/62 4/6 2006 Irish Championships Weekender 12th/14 2/6 2006 Bunratty Major 2nd/67 5/6 Hogarty won a prize for 2nd= in this tournament 2006 Galway Masters 36th/64 3/6 2006 Limerick Open 9th/75 4/6 2006 Grand Prix - Sect. 3 4th n/a The Grand Prix was a season long competition, taking into account performance in all tournaments* 2005 Leinster Challengers 3rd/23 4.5/6 Hogarty won a prize for 2nd= in this tournament 2005 Bunratty Major 63rd/85 2.5/6 2004 Leinster Schools U 16 Championship 1st (unknown) Hogarty became U16 Schools Champion in Leinster *This took into account the Leinster Challengers tournament from 2005, as this event took place in late December 2005 References ^ Obituary, Irish Chess Union External links Eulogy (ChessBase) Irish Independent article (Irish Independent) Persondata Name Hogarty,Philip Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 18, 1988 Place of birth Date of death January 1, 2008 Place of death