This year's St Ita's PTFA Pub Quiz saw a change of venue to the Four winds. The fabulous turnout surprised everyone including the staff of the Four Winds. Some hasty furniture rearrangements and use of the upstairs reception area saw all 25 teams seated and ready to go. Quiz Master Conor Mackle produced a great quiz that kept the scoring very close as well as being entertaining for all. At the end of the 7 rounds, 3 teams were tied at the top of the leaderboard. A tie break question was needed to separate teams 'No Eye Dear', 'Dancing Diva's & Dudes' and 'Odyssesy Survivors. ' Dancing Diva's & Dudes' came out on top and received their magnificent prize from Quiz Master Conor. There was a dead heat in the race for the wooden spoons with 'DJ Unwell' and 'No-Hopers'. The prize was shared but 'No Hopers' were not available for their presentation!
The PTFA would like to thank everyone who came along and made the Quiz such a wonderful event. A great deal of money was raised for school funds. Watch this space for an update on the total amount raised in the near future. Thanks to the ballot sponsors and to our Premier League Quiz Master, Conor Mackle.
Stop Press: The earlier edition of this publication contained a misprint which has been attributed to the reporter being tired and emotional on the night. This mistake has now been corrected. Apologies to Dancing Diva's and Dudes.
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