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== Broadcast ==
== Broadcast ==
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Sports Media Services for S4C, 2007/8 (32 programmes)
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Sports Media Services for S4C, 29 October 2007 to 2010 (88 episodes in 3 series)
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== Synopsis ==
== Synopsis ==
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A early evening knockout tournament involving 32 Welsh-speaking schools from across the country as they are tested on their sporting knowledge.
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A early evening knockout tournament involving Welsh-speaking schools from across the country as they are tested on their sporting knowledge.
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Not much to be said about it but the questions asked in the show are interesting. Participants are asked things like ''Name 3 Liverpool players who have won the Premiership?'' and ''Which country were crowned One Day World Cup Cricket champions in 1983?''. If a programme like ''Sportsround'' held a quiz, we would hear questions such as ''What is the name given to a score in a football match?''.
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Not much to be said about it but the questions asked in the show were of a considerably taxing standard for a children's show.
== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==
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The series started with a quite unnecessary preview programme featuring preliminary exams to find pupils for the show and sporting personalities revisiting their old schools.
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The title roughly translates as ''Top Achievement''.
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The series usually began with preview programmes ranging from catch-ups with the previous year's winners, sports personalities visiting their old schools and preliminary exams to find pupils for the show.
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A set of three specials featuring sporting personalities representing their old schools airs inbetween Round 1 and 2 of each series.
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The third and final series was cut from 31 programmes to fourteen (likewise, the number of teams was cut from 32 to 16).
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== Winners ==
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A set of three specials featuring sporting personalities representing their old schools is to be broadcast inbetween Round 1 and 2 of the series.
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2007/8: Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon<br>
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2008/9: Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg, Barry<br>
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2009/10: Ysgol Glan-y-Mor, Pwllheli
== Website ==
== Website ==
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Current revision as of 05:16, 26 October 2021

Contents

Host

Nic Parry

Broadcast

Sports Media Services for S4C, 29 October 2007 to 2010 (88 episodes in 3 series)

Synopsis

A early evening knockout tournament involving Welsh-speaking schools from across the country as they are tested on their sporting knowledge.

Not much to be said about it but the questions asked in the show were of a considerably taxing standard for a children's show.

Trivia

The title roughly translates as Top Achievement.

The series usually began with preview programmes ranging from catch-ups with the previous year's winners, sports personalities visiting their old schools and preliminary exams to find pupils for the show.

A set of three specials featuring sporting personalities representing their old schools airs inbetween Round 1 and 2 of each series.

The third and final series was cut from 31 programmes to fourteen (likewise, the number of teams was cut from 32 to 16).

Winners

2007/8: Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon
2008/9: Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg, Barry
2009/10: Ysgol Glan-y-Mor, Pwllheli

Website

Pen Campau website

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