Community Centre Table Top Quiz Feb 2016

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Community Centre Table Top Quiz - Feb 2016 Winners

Teams, comprising of up to six members, met on Friday night (19th Feb) to contest the second and, Winter round, of Tarvin Community Centre's Table Top Quiz. Under the able supervision of the organiser and, on this occasion, question master, Bryan Evans, teams had great fun answering eight round of questions plus two visual challengers to identify well-known faces and company logos.

The eventual winners were the Generation Game team which included three generations of the family. The photograph shows the two younger generations collecting their prize.


Community Centre Table Top Quiz Feb2016 Runners-up

 

 

 

The runners-up were The In-Crowd team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table Top Quiz Feb 2016 Winner of Best Team Name

Finally the winners of the Best Team Name was the The Hopefuls seen here receiving their very special prizes. On the evening, the name had proved to be prophetic!

 

The date for the The Spring round of the Table Top Quiz has still to be agreed but keep your eyes peeled on the Tarvinonline calendar for a date sometime in either late April or early May.

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