The team was made up of: Paul Short, Richard Hamilton, Mike Carabine, Lucy Orrow, Grant Cook and Harry Pilcher.
There were eight rounds of questions with two additional picture rounds asking the teams to identify famous birds from films and sporting actions. The eight rounds included questions on music, sport, food and drink and gardening.
The team did well throughout most the quiz and played their joker on a film and literature round, scoring nine points out of ten. The decision to play the joker on the film and literature round, rather than the music round, proved to be crucial as the Lambert Chapman team won by just one point.
A game of Heads and Tails and a raffle helped to boost the funds raised during the evening.
Our thanks go to the team at Tees for putting on the quiz and we look forward to taking part again next time.
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