The team captains (of both teams) email the match score to the Results Secretary as soon as possible after the match and no later than 12 noon the following day. See Rule 17.

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Peter Naylor
Peter Naylor
Role: Chairman
chairman​@riql.org.uk
01664 852 281
Peter plays for the Boat Inn at Melton Mowbray.
Jeremy Fenby-Taylor
Jeremy Fenby-Taylor
Role: Secretary
secretary​@riql.org.uk
01664 474 207
Jeremy plays for the Saddle at Twyford.
Sarah Press
Sarah Press
Role: Treasurer
treasurer​@riql.org.uk
01572 771 153
Sarah plays for the Wheatsheaf at Oakham.
Glyn Press
Glyn Press
Role: IT Administrator
webmaster​@riql.org.uk
01572 771 153
Glyn plays for Switzerland.
The quiz league runs through the winter from September until April. The 2017-18 season starts on Tuesday 19th September 2017 and ends on Tuesday 10th April 2018 with the Cup and Plate finals.
We play on Tuesdays at 8:30pm.
There are seven people in a team; six players and one question master / time keeper. The seventh member of the home team reads and the away team keeps time.
There are ten rounds of questions, eight to the whole team and two answered by individuals.
The questions come from a national organisation which sets for a wide range of quizzes including some for TV.
The League is organised in two divisions of 11 teams from Rutland and nearby parts of Leicestershire.
Click RIQL in the top left of the web site.
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