Winter Quiz First Round results

History

Following the formation of the Southern League (SL) in 1969, a general inquiry in 1970 initiated by Noel Fisher showed a widespread interest among clubs tired of the surfeit of draws in ‘friendly’ cricket and looking for a competitive edge with rewards, in the form of promotion, for success.

Read more...

ROUND ONE RESULTS
Thursday 6th February 2020

After another excellent evening of high quality quizzing, we would like to thank all of the clubs for taking part and we hope you all had a very enjoyable night.  We would also like to thank Old Basing, Hursley Park and Fareham and Crofton for hosting once again.  Our thanks also go to Keith Williams, Mike Munday and Nigel Kent for being the question masters on the night and swiftly reporting the results.

All the results have now in so here is the full scoreboard from Round 1.  Maximum points available in Round 1 was 298.

1.         Hursley Park                          225

2=.       Aldershot                               217

2=.       Whiteparish                           217

4.         Gosport Borough                   210

5.         Sherfield-on-Loddon             208

6.         Sarisbury Athletic                  205

7=.       Old Netley and Highfield      192

7=.       Sparsholt                                192

9=.       Rowner ‘A’                              191

9=.       Calmore Sports ‘A’                 191

9=.       Fareham and Crofton            191

12.       Portsmouth and Southsea     190

13.       Calmore Sports ‘B’                 183

14.       Bournemouth                         182

15.       Old Basing                            181

16.       Rowner ‘B’                            143

Thank you once again to all

 

 

Cheers,

                                                      Richard V. Isaacs and Paul Henry

 

But, of course, this is only half-time as we head into the round 2 (venue info to follow nearer the next round date of 5th March) with the scores above the starting point as the top six sides aim for the Final