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Lilly Bollekens (unknown – unknown) was a Belgian chess player, Belgian Women's Chess Championship three-times medalist (1949, 1950, 1951).
From the mid-1940s to the begin of 1960s, Lilly Bollekens was one of the leading chess players in Belgium. She won three medals in the Belgian Women's Chess Championships: two silver (1950, 1951) and bronze (1949).
Lilly Bollekens played for Belgium in the Women's Chess Olympiad:
- In 1957, at second board in the 1st Chess Olympiad (women) in Emmen (+1, =1, -9).
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