Hampshire Chess Individual Championship 1932.
Again a change from the previous year where three preliminary sections of five players were played and the top two moved to the final where an all play all was completed.
F.J.H.Elwell dominated the final, winning all five games and won his second title in three years. The change to the structure allowed more players from one club to qualify to the final. Second and third places were also Southampton Chess Club players, proving at this stage they were the dominant club in Hampshire.