Merseyside Quiz Leagues

The World's Largest Independent Quiz Leagues

2021-22 Season

At the MQL Council Meeting on Sunday 18 July all Areas reported the responses of their teams to the question of resuming face to face (FTF) quizzing.  Just over 75% of all 104 teams asked were ready to restart FTF in the new season and their venues were confirmed.  This may increase to 86% after teams had had a period of trying out the experience.  After discussion it was agreed that we should go ahead and plan a complete season but starting slightly later in the week commencing 4 October.
As usual each Area will arrange their own league structure to best suit the length of the season and the number of teams.  It was expected that they would also plan a number of friendly matches in September in order to try out the arrangements that have been made in each of their venues.
It is accepted that we are still living in very uncertain times and League officials accept that these plans may need to be changed as the situation develops.  It is hoped to be able to give the final go ahead at a meeting scheduled for Sunday 19 September. 
The Minutes of the meeting containing further details are here.

2021-22 Season

Following HM Government's extension of restrictions, a further Council Meeting has been scheduled for Sunday 18 July to make plans for the 2021-22 season.  Teams have been asked about how their players and their venues feel about recommencing face to face quizzing and these views will be discussed at the meeting.  

2019-2020 Season Completed

After many attempts to play them face to face the 2019-2020 Season Challenge Cup and Plate Finals together with the Mimir Final were played online on Wednesday 26 May. 

Congratulations to Colly Wobblers who defeated Greyhound after 9 rounds to win the all Ormskirk Challenge Cup Final and to Bishop Eton who beat Judges 44-43 to take the Plate.

Many thanks to Bill Thomas for managing the competitions and to Dave Tilley for providing the majority of the questions.  Full results here.

In a very closely contested final Karl Whelan became Mimir champion for the fifth time after defeating Pat Gibson in a tie-break.  John Wilson and Mark Kerr were the other finalists in a match where the players finished within three points of each other.  Very well done to all concerned.  Full results here.

merseyside individual challenge

This took place on Monday 10 May and 17 May.  Many congratulations to Pat Gibson who won a closely contested Final.  Thanks to everyone who took part and assisted in the running of the competition. Results here.

MERSEYSIDE ONLINE CHALLENGE

Many congratulations to Unison who remained unbeaten in their 6 matches to win the Merseyside Online Challenge.  This replaced the playing of the Merseyside Challenge Cup this season.  Full details here.  Thanks to all the teams who took part, to Bill Thomas and Cliff Houghton for their organisation and to Dave Tilley and Derek Moody for setting and verifying the questions.

Let's hope that by the Autumn we might be able to return to the regular competition!

Page 4 of 26 << < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>