Color a mesh defined as object

Hi all

Let me show you first my code

class Cube:  
    def __init__(self, x, y, indice, ob):  
        self.x = x
        self.y = y
        self.ob = ob

def run(origin):
    cubes = []
    red = makeMaterial('Red', (1,0,0), (1,1,1), 1)
    white = makeMaterial('White', (1,1,1), (1,1,1), 1)
    black = makeMaterial('Black', (0,0,0), (1,1,1), 1)
    indice = 0
    # Create the game board 
    cubes = []
    for i in range(1,6):
        for j in range(1,6):
            if ((i%2)==1) and (j%2)==1: 
                setMaterial(bpy.context.object, white)
                indice += 1
                ob = bpy.context.object
                cubes.append(Cube(i, j, indice, ob))
                setMaterial(bpy.context.object, black)
                ob = bpy.context.object
                cubes.append(Cube(i, j, 0, ob))

def cassemur(cubes):
    red = makeMaterial('Red', (1,0,0), (1,1,1), 1)
	indicea = 0
	indiceb = 0
    for Cube in cubes:
        if Cube.x == x and Cube.y == y:
            if (x%2)==0 and (y%2)==1:
				indicea = getindice(cubes,x-1,y)
				indiceb = getindice(cubes,x+1,y)
                setMaterial(Cube.ob, red)    <--- Problem here
                if indicea < indiceb:
                    setindice(cubes, x, y, indicea)
					for Cube in cubes:
						if Cube.indice = indiceb: 
							setindice(Cube.x, Cube.y, indicea)
                    for Cube in cubes:
						if Cube.indice = indicea: 
							setindice(Cube.x, Cube.y, indiceb)

Of course , its nor full, i only put the usefull for my problem

The thing im trying to do, is get back my mesh ( that are all in a list cubes as object Cube), in order to color it, i can get my mesh knowing its coordinates x and y.
If someone knows a way of doing that , or even manage to get back my wanted mesh in with a bpy.ops.object.select_something

Thanks for your time

A little up

No one knows ? Its impossible ? or did i spoke english soo bad that no one understood ?

Probably just that this question has been asked a hundred times and a little search will find you the answer…