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== Broadcast ==
== Broadcast ==
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Sports Media Services for S4C, 2007-
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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 title roughly translates as ''Top Achievement''.
The title roughly translates as ''Top Achievement''.
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The first series began with a quite unnecessary preview programme featuring preliminary exams to find pupils for the show and sporting personalities revisiting their old schools. They repeated the same trick for the start of the second series.
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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.
A set of three specials featuring sporting personalities representing their old schools airs inbetween Round 1 and 2 of each series.
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).
== Winners ==
== Winners ==
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2007/8: Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon
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2007/8: Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon<br>
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2008/9: Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg, Barry
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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 ==

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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