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Number Thirty-one regained their title and were crowned The Blairgowrie and Rattray quiz league champions 2018 at this year’s fun night in The Gig. Congratulations to all the teams who turned out in all sorts of weather this year, hopefully you came had fun and enjoyed the night.
I hope everyone went home with at least one prize ,sightly more knowledgeable and happy.
Thanks to Eck and staff for putting up with us again.
With 2235 questions compiled this season its time for me to have a wee break and hopefully see you all in the Autumn.
Some happy chappies and a bottle of the Co-ops finest plonk.
to all the Blairgowrie and Rattray quizzers this year for your fundraising efforts for local charities.Almost £1200 was raised by yourselves this season with the recipients being.
From left to right: Keith Reid from the Blairgowrie and Rattray Illuminations, Marie Curie represented by Bethan Wynn, John McLean from Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance and Charlie Bissett from The Freedom Coach.
You have raised in excess of £1200 over the last three years for S.A.C.C. and they have awarded you a certificate to show their appreciation.
finished on a high by lifting “The Andy Capp” trophy in The Ale House. They were closely followed by the home team and the Stormont. Thanks to the staff and Saranne for the soup and hospitality.
Suranne has already voiced her disappointment re the “carry-in” , I echo her sentiments.
Next week is the annual prize night, this years venue is the Gig it’s a 7.45 start with a raffle prize please.
Cheques will be presented to The Air Ambulance, The Freedom Coach and The Marie Curie Nurses.
after winning their home fixture. It didn’t come easy with only five points separating the top teams.
No winners for the bonus which will roll over to the last league match in The Crown.
Thanks to Jeff and Fraser for the hospitality.
Its the first of the double headed fixture against Alyth in this year’s inter town challenge next week. It begins at 7.45 in The Gig and will be compared by George, the Alyth Quiz master.
The entry fee is £10 per team with the money collected going to each towns Christmas lights committee.
Good luck to both towns.
aka known as The Stormont humbled the opposition with a resounding win in The Old Cross. Number Thirty=one came second with the home team third.
Both bonuses will roll over to next Tuesday when we return to the Stormont.
Thanks to Kelly for the hospitality on a freezing night.
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