In an extraordinarily competitive final, Murray Edwards (captained by Hannah Durden and whose other team members were Jonathan Chandler, Gareth Roberts and Alex Storey) defeated last year’s champions Fitzwilliam and Corpus (captained by our President, Ian Marcus and whose other team members were Paul Munro-Faure, Emma Fletcher, and Richard Morton). After half an hour of “starters for 10” and specialist questions, the scores were tied at 185 points each. The final went into a penalty shootout with each member of their team, having to answer one question from the question master. Murray Edwards managed to answer three of the four questions with Fitzwilliam/Corpus answering two, so Murray Edwards prevailed by the thinnest of margins. It was great sport and enjoyed by a number of spectators including Dr Derek Nicholls, who while being a fellow of Fitzwilliam College also sided with Murray Edwards as he used to hold the post of Director of Studies for Land Economy at the college. Congratulations to the champions, commiserations to the runners-up, and thanks to all 32 competitors who were brave enough to take part.