Tarvin Community Centre's Autumn Quiz Results

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A very close contest on Friday evening saw only a few points covering the top three teams.

Quiz Night 5


Winners by a couple of points were "Two Sues Too Many", who also got the prize for the daftest name.






Quiz Night 4



Runners Up were the "Generation Game"








Quiz night 3





In Third Place was "Nearly All In"
Ed: Apologies to the fifth member of the team but if you click on the photograph all is revealed.






Quiz Night 6


Universally Challenged" were winners of the Wooden Spoon but great to see yet another intergenerational team enjoying an evening out together.





A few more tables would have been nice, but all who came enjoyed themselves. They also had a chance to gaze in wonder at the new folding doors and got a sneak preview of the Lounge.

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