Oxford University Quiz Society

Results from Recent Tournaments

The purpose of this page is to collect permanent links to the statistics of every major quizbowl tournament that Oxford has competed in against other universities. Unfortunately, results from before 2010 are going to be incomplete. If you have either physical score sheets or a link to online statistics for any tournament that is not on this page – especially to previous Varsity Matches or the first six British Student Quiz Championships – please e-mail us at quiz.society@studentclubs.ox.ac.uk.

2017 Varsity Match (14 May 2017 at Oxford):

This weekend the annual Varsity match took place at St John's College, Oxford. Oxford A was defeated for only the second time. Congratulations to everyone who took part.

Oxford A, consisting of George Corfield, Joey Goldman, Daoud Jackson, and Spence Weinreich beat Cambridge A, consisting of Samuel Cook, Evan Lynch, Ewan MacAulay, and Oliver Sweetenham by 475 points to 285.

Oxford B, consisting of Isaac Brown, Francis Clark-Murray, Freddy Potts, and Chris Stern beat Cambridge B, consisting of Daniel Chiverton, Tom Hill, Ephraim Levinson, and Ellie Warner by 400 points to 265.

Cambridge Committee, consisting of Richard Freeland, Theo Howe, Matt Nixon, Kartik Vira beat Oxford Committee, consisting of Arka Chakraborty, Francis Clark-Murray, Freddy Leo, Jacob Robertson by 355 points to 260.

Early Fall Tournament 2016 (26 Nov 2016 at Oxford)

First place: Oxford A (George Corfield, Spence Weinreich, Daoud Jackson, Marianna Zhang)

Second place: Oxford B (Chris Stern, Nathan Weiser, Joey Goldman)

Third place: Cambridge A (Ewan MacAulay, Salman Iftikhar, Tom Hill, Karthik Vira)

Full statistics are available here.

Terrapin XXIX (12 Nov 2016 at Oxford Brookes)

First place: Oxford A (Joey Goldman, Spence Weinreich, Daoud Jackson, George Corfield)

Second place: Oxford B (Chris Stern, Aidan Mehigan, Isaac Brown, Freddy Potts)

Third place: JElliott et al (Jonathan Elliott, Mark Grant, Chris Curtis)

Full statistics are available here.

ACF Fall UK Mirror 2016 (05 Nov 2016 at Warwick):

First place: Cambridge Catesby (Oliver Sweetenham, Julian Sutcliffe, Salman Iftikar, Ellie Warner)

Second place: Cambridge Percy (Marius Posa, Vitali Brejevs, Tom Hill, Kartik Vira)

Third place: Oxford Arcimboldo (Freddy Potts, Daoud Jackson, Bertie McIntosh, Isaac Brown)

Full statistics are available here.

Penn Bowl UK Mirror 2016 (22 Oct 2016 at Cambridge):

First place: Oxford A (Joey Goldman, Aidan Mehigan, Spence Weinreich, George Corfield)

Second place: Cambridge A (Ellie Warner, Evan Lynch, Ewan MacAulay, Julian Sutcliffe)

Third place: TFBHFMYMIOLT (Jonathan Elliott, Ian Bayley, George Charlson, Andrew Frazer)

Full statistics are available here.

Deep Bench (14 May 2016 Oxford):

First place: Oxford with 79 points.

Second place: Open with 57 points.

Third place: Cambridge with 53 points.

Fourth place: Other Universities with 44 points.

Full statistics are available here, including team rosters.

2016 Varsity Match (14 May 2016 at Oxford):

This weekend the annual Varsity match took place at St John's College, Oxford. Oxford A was defeated for only the second time. Congratulations to everyone who took part.

Cambridge A, consisting of Ewan MacAulay, Sam Cook, Evan Lynch, and Ellie Warner, beat Oxford A, consisting of Spence Weinrech, Joey Goldman, Daoud Jackson, and George Corfield, by 430 points to 345.

Oxford B, consisting of Charlie Clegg, Chris Stern, Freddie Potts, and Hasneen Karbalai beat Cambridge B, consisting of Daniel Chiverton, Julian Sutcliffe, Oscar Powell, and Josh Pugh-Ginn, by 475 points to 200.

Cambridge Committee, consisting of Ellie Warner, Florence Chen, Dan Adamson, and Oscar Powell, beat Oxford Committee, consisting of Jonathan Foxwell, Julia Kotthaus, Richard Tudor, and Winston Wright, by 320 points to 230.

British Student Quiz Championships (BSQC) (07 May 2016 at St Paul's School, London):

First place: Oxford A (George Corfield, Joey Goldman, Daoud Jackson, Spence Weinreich)

Second place: Cambridge A (Samuel Cook, Evan Lynch, Ewan MacAulay, Oliver Sweetenham)

Third place: Southampton A (Steve Barnes, David Bishop, Bob de Caux, Rowland Sadler)

Full statistics are available online here.

MUT (30 Apr 2016 at Cambridge):

First place: Cambridge A (Evan Lynch, Ellie Warner, Julian Sutcliffe, Oliver Sweetenham)

Second place: Cambridge B (Afham Raoof, Tom Hill, Salman Iftikhar, Kartik Vira)

Third place: Oxford B (Chris Stern, Daoud Jackson, Oli Clarke, Francis Clark-Murray)

Full statistics are available online here.

Stanford Housewrite (05 Mar 2016 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford (Joey Goldman, Spence Weinreich, Daoud Jackson, George Corfield)

Second place: Bayley's British Cream (Ian Bayley, Edmund Dickinson, Mark Grant, Jonathan Elliott)

Third place: Cambridge (Evan Lynch, Elysia Warner, Tomas Kesek, Ewan MacAulay)

Full statistics are available online here.

MLK UK Mirror 2016 (13 Feb 2016 at Oxford Brookes):

First place: Oxford A (Joey Goldman, Spence Weinreich, Daoud Jackson, George Corfield)

Second place: Oxford B (Charlie Clegg, Oli Clarke, Freddy Potts, Chris Stern)

Third place: George Masters (Hugh Bennett, Hugh Binnie, George Charlson, Tristram Cole)

Full statistics are available online here.

ACF Regionals 2016 (06 Feb 2016 at Warwick):

First place: Oxford A (Joey Goldman, Spence Weinreich, Oli Clarke, George Corfield)

Second place: Oxford B (Charlie Clegg, Daoud Jackson, Hasneen Karbalai, Chris Stern)

Third place: Cambridge A (Samuel Cook, Ewan MacAulay, Evan Lynch, Ellie Warner)

Full statistics are available online here.

Oxford Open 2016 (23 Jan 2016 at Oxford):

First place: Chicago A (John Lawrence, James Lasker, Alston Boyd, Marianna Zhang)

Second place: Oxford Forever (Alex Bubb, Edmund Dickinson, Zachary Vermeer, Luke Pitcher)

Third place: Chicago B (Chris Ray, Kai Smith, Jason Zhou, Athena Kern)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and all games.

Cambridge Open 2015 (21 Nov 2015 at Cambridge):

First place: Oxford A (Zach Vermeer, Joey Goldman, Oli Clarke, George Corfield)

Second place: Broken Hearts (Ian Bayley, Mark Grant, Sean Carey, Olav Bjortomt)

Third place: Forge Masters (Henry Edwards, Hugh Bennett, Hugh Binnie, Jonathan Elliott)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and for all games.

ACF Fall UK Mirror 2015 (07 Nov 2015 at Warwick):

First place: Oxford A (Cameron Quinn, Spence Weinreich, Charlie Clegg, George Corfield)

Second place: Cambridge A (Julian Sutcliffe, Evan Lynch, Eric Yang, Oliver Sweetenham)

Third place: Cambridge C (Afham Raoof, Samuel Cook, Richard Freeland, Sarah Binney)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and for all games.

Penn Bowl UK Mirror 2015 (17 Oct 2015 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford A (Oli Clarke, Joey Goldman, Charlie Clegg, George Corfield)

Second place: Elliott (Jonathan Elliott, Tris Cole, Ian Bayley)

Third place: Not Just A Pair of Hughs, B (Hugh Binnie, Hugh Bennett, Mark Grant, Andrew Frazer)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and for all games.

Deep Bench (23rd May at Oxford):

First place: Open University with 60 points.

Second place: Oxford with 59 points.

Third place: Old OUQS with 52 points.

Fourth place: UK Universities with 17 points.

Full statistics are available online for the singles and doubles and for the triples, including team rosters.

British Student Quiz Championships (BSQC) (16 May 2015 at St Paul's School, London):

First place: Oxford A (Zachary Vermeer, Joey Goldman, Charlie Clegg, Ewan MacAulay)

Second place: London (Pietro Aronica, Jimmy Chen, Chris Savory)

Third place: Cambridge A (Tomas Kesek, Ephraim Levinson, Evan Lynch, Julian Sutcliffe)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and for all games.

2015 Varsity Match (09 May 2015 at Cambridge):

This weekend the annual Varsity match took place at St John's College, Cambridge. After losing last year for the first time, Oxford A regained the trophy by defeating Cambridge A. Congratulations to everyone who took part and thanks to CUQS for hosting.

Oxford A, consisting of Zachary Vermeer, Ewan MacAulay, Joey Goldman and George Corfield, beat Cambridge A, consisting of Ephraim Levinson, Alex Guttenplan, Julian Sutcliffe and Vivek Midha, by 420 points to 255.

Oxford B, consisting of Dan Sowood, Charlie Clegg, Daoud Jackson and Oli Clarke, beat Cambridge B, consisting of Oliver Sweetenham, Evan Lynch, Douglas Morton and Richard Freedland, by 340 points to 305.

Cambridge Committee, consisting of Afham Raoof, Joshua Pugh Ginn, Tomas Kesek and Tom Langley, beat Oxford Committee, consisting of Jay Bhasin, Angus Russell, Jonathan Foxwell and Julia Kotthaus, by 275 points to 240.

Full statistics for the matches can be found here. Photos from the matches can be found on our Facebook page here.

MUT 2015 Mirror (02 May 2015 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford A (Ewan MacAulay, Joey Goldman, Oli Clarke, George Corfield)

Second place: Warwick A (James Leahy, Ben Salter, Tom Rudd, Emily Stevenson)

Third place: Oxford B (Daoud Jackson, Tom Salt, Jonathan Gibson)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and all games.

ACF Nationals (18-19 April 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan):

Oxford sent an undergraduate team consisting of Ewan MacAulay, Joey Goldman, Henry Edwards and Charlie Clegg to the ACF Nationals in Ann Arbor, Michigan; they were the first UK team to compete in this tournament. Oxford topped the third bracket, a very good result for the society. Congratulations to the eventual winners, Penn A.

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and playoffs; the combined statistics can be found here.

DEES 2015 (28 February 2015 at Warwick):

First place: Oxford A (Joey Goldman, Ewan MacAulay, Oliver Clarke, Charlie Clegg)

Second place: Old London Town (Paul Sinha, Andrew Frazer, Ian Bayley, Mark Grant)

Third place: Oxford B (Daoud Jackson, Hasneen Karbalai, Jay Bhasin)

Full statistics are available online here.

2015 Oxford Open (31 January 2015 at Oxford):

First place: Chicago B (John Lawrence, James Lasker, Kay Li, Jason Zhou)

Second place: Chicago A (Chris Ray, Max Schindler, Marianna Zhang, Athena Kern)

Third place: Broken Hearts A (Ian Bayley, Olav Bjortomt, Sean Carey, Mark Grant)

Full statistics are available online here.

Penn Bowl - UK Mirror (29 November 2014 at Oxford):

Oxford hosted a mirror of Penn Bowl on 29th November.

First place: Oxford A (Ewan MacAulay, Joey Goldman, Oli Clarke, Henry Edwards)

Second place: Sheffield (Jonathan, Matt, Jean, Martin)

Third place: Imperial (Pip, Pietro, Ashwin, Anna, George)

Full statistics are available online here, sans surnames.

ACF Fall - UK Mirror (08 November 2014 at Warwick):

OUQS sent five teams to Warwick in our first major tournament of the year.

First place: Oxford Arcanine (Ewan MacAulay, Joey Goldman, Oli Clarke, Jonathan Gibson)

Second place: Oxford Charizard (Cameron Quinn, Hasneen Karbalai, Jay Bhasin, Tom Salt)

Third place: Oxford Blastoise (Amrit Sidhu-Brar, Joe Hackett, Phil Bone, Zachary Vermeer)

Oxford A were unbeaten on the day, and Oxford achieved a clean sweep of the top three places. Full statistics are available online here.

PADAWAN (18 October 2014 at Oxford):

First place: Grand Cabal of Able-Bodied Sedentarians (Henry Edwards, Andrew Frazer, Chris Savory, George Scratcherd)

Second place: Genteel Society of Expurgated Hoodlums (Hugh Binnie, Alex Bubb, Andrew Shaw, Joe Rolleston)

Third place: Sublime Legion of Flamboyant Conspicuants (Hugh Bennett, Filip Drnovsek-Zorko, Charlie Clegg, Ryan Wilkinson)

The Grand Cabal of Able-Bodied Sedentarians won the tournament overall, beating the Genteel Society of Expurgated Hoodlums 335-185 in the final. Full statistics are available online here.

British Student Quiz Championships (BSQC) (17 May 2014 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford B (Henry Edwards, Hasneen Karbalai, Nikhil Venkatesh, Ewan MacAulay)

Second place: Oxford A (Zachary Vermeer, Joey Goldman, Charlie Clegg, Hugh Binnie)

Third place: Warwick A (Ashley Page, James Leahy, Ryan Wilkinson, Ben Salter)

As well as Oxford B winning the tournament overall, beating Oxford A 410-385 in the grand final, Oxford D secured the undergraduate title. Full statistics are available online for the prelims, playoffs and combined.

2014 Varsity Match (10 May 2014 at Oxford):

This weekend the annual Varsity match took place in Oxford. Cambridge A brought to a close Oxford's 13-year stranglehold on the trophy by defeating Oxford A in a close match. Congratulations to everyone who took part.

Cambridge A, consisting of Filip Drnovsek-Zorko, Alex Guttenplan, Anthony Martinelli and John Gallagher, beat Oxford A, consisting of Joey Goldman, Zachary Vermeer, Chris Savory and Tom Finch, by 420 points to 395.

Oxford B, consisting of Hugh Binnie, Charlie Clegg, Hasneen Karbalai and Jonathan Foxwell, beat Cambridge B, consisting of Oscar Powell, Evan Lynch, Robert Scanes and Russell O'Riagain, by 480 points to 95.

Oxford Committee, consisting of Ewan MacAulay, Cameron Quinn, Tom Salt and George Corfield, beat Cambridge Committee, consisting of Filip Drnovsek-Zorko, Alex Guttenplan, Anthony Martinelli and Oscar Powell, by 330 points to 310.

Full statistics for the matches can be found here. Photos from the matches can be found on our new Facebook page here.

Minnesota Undergraduate Tournament 2014 Mirror (3rd May 2014 at Warwick):

Oxford sent four teams to MUT 2014 at Warwick and monopolised the top four spots.

First place: Oxford Kyle (Joey Goldman, Ewan MacAulay, Emma Laslett)

Second place: Oxford Quinby (Chris Savory, George Charlson, Charlie Clegg)

Third place: Oxford Haddad (Hugh Binnie, Anna Kirby-Hall, Phil Bone, Amrit Sidhu-Brar)

Statistics for this tournament are available online here.

Oxford Open Tournament 2014 (25th January 2014 at Oxford):

The Oxford University Quiz Society hosted the Oxford Open Tournament on 25th January 2014. This tournament was open to anybody who wished to participate.

Congratulations to Chicago A (John Lawrence, Charles Tian, Ben Gammage, Michael Coates) who won the tournament, beating Chicago B (Doug Graebner, Morgan Venkus, Luke Bretscher, Vinay Bhaskara) in the final 410-210 and ending the day undefeated.

Thanks to all 26 teams who came along for their contributions to a great day of quizzing.

Statistics for this tournament are available online here. More details can be found on the Facebook events page here.

Minnesota Fall Tournament UK Mirror 2013 (23 November 2013 at Imperial College, London):

First place: Oxford A (Zachary Vermeer, Hasneen Karbalai, Chris Savory, Joe Hackett)

Second place: Oxford B (Joey Goldman, Oli Clarke, Alec Siantonas, Hugh Binnie)

Third place: Open University (Tris Cole, Hugh Bennett)

Full statistics are available online for the whole round robin.

ACF Fall UK 2013 (02 November 2013 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford A (Joey Goldman, Chris Savory, Zachary Vermeer, Hasneen Karbalai)

Second place: Oxford B (Hugh Binnie, Cameron Quinn, Chris Beer, Oli Clarke)

Third place: Open University (Tris Cole, Hugh Bennett)

Full statistics are available online for the morning and afternoon sessions.

Penn Bowl Mirror (19 October 2013 at Oxford):

First place: Old OUQSians (Ed Dickinson, Alex Bubb, Tom Speller, Luke Pitcher)

Second place: Forgemasters (Tris Cole, Hugh Bennett, Ian Bayley, Andy Bolton)

Third place: Oxford A (Hasneen Karbalai, Hugh Binnie, Joe Hackett, Tom Salt)

Full statistics are available online here.

British Student Quiz Championships (BSQC) (18 May 2013 at Imperial College, London):

First place: Oxford A (Alex Bubb, Ewan MacAulay, Zachary Vermeer, Hasneen Karbalai)

Second place: KCL (Stephanie Howard-Smith, John Lawrence, Stephen Milne, Michael Stawpert)

Joint third: Manchester (Adam Barr, Tristan Burke, Jonathan Collings, Joe Day)

Joint third: Oxford C (UG) (Hugh Binnie, Chris Beer, Cameron Quinn, Joey Goldman)

As well as Oxford A winning the tournament overall, beating KCL 625-275 in the grand final, Oxford C secured the undergraduate title. Full statistics are available online for the round robin and overall (round robin + finals). Footage of the second final (Oxford A vs KCL) can be found here. A photo of Oxford's winning team can be found here.

2013 Varsity Match (11 May 2013 at Cambridge):

This weekend the annual Varsity match took place in Cambridge. Three games were played, and all of them went down to the final tossup, with Oxford in the lead by 10 in all cases. Peter Berry, Chris Beer and Hasneen Karbalai all managed to hold their nerve and win the final starter to guarantee Oxford a dark blue wash. That makes it Oxford's 13th consecutive Varsity quiz victory. Congratulations to everyone who took part!

Oxford A, consisting of Alex Bubb, Hugh Binnie, Joey Goldman, and Hasneen Karbalai, beat Cambridge A, consisting of Samuel Cook, Ralph Morley, Alex Guttenplan, and Filip Drnovsek-Zorko, by 240 points to 215.

Oxford B, consisting of Ewan MacAulay, Tom Finch, Chris Beer, and George Scratcherd, beat Cambridge B, consisting of Alastair Thomas, Frederic Heath-Renn, Dominic Neale-Draysey, and James Gratrex, by 165 points to 140.

Oxford Committee, consisting of Chris Savory, Jonathan Lane, Peter Berry, and Sam Swift, beat Cambridge Committee, consisting of Georgina Phillips, Dan West, Samuel Cook, and Andrew Chapman, by 185 points to 155.

Pictures from the Varsity match can be found here (A teams), here (B teams) and here (Committee teams).

Minnesota Undergraduate Tournament Mirror (MUT) (27 April 2013 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford Rock (Oli Clarke, Joey Goldman, Ewan MacAulay, Matthew Western)

Joint second: Oxford Paper (Hugh Binnie, Phil Bone, Jonathan Lane, HQ Lock, Sam Swift)

Joint second: Warwick (Shahzaad Natt, Andrew Shaw, Ryan Wilkinson)

Full statistics are available online for the morning round robin, the afternoon round robin and the combined results.

Western Invitational Tournament UK (WIT UK) (02 March 2013 at Oxford):

First place: MLKJ (John Lawrence, Ketan Jha, Stephanie Howard-Smith)

Second place: Oxford A (Zachary Vermeer, George Scratcherd, Hugh Binnie, Joey Goldman)

Third place: Sheffield A (Jonathan Elliott, Adam Steiger, Tris Cole, Hugh Bennett)

Full statistics are available online for the round robin and overall.

London Open (VCU Closed Scrimmage) (23 February 2013 at Imperial College, London):

First place: King's College London (John Lawrence, Stephen Milne, Stephanie Howard-Smith)

Second place: Sheffield and Friends (Ian Bayley, Hugh Bennett, Tris Cole)

Third place: Oxford B (Peter Sloman, George Scratcherd, Hugh Binnie, Chris Beer)

Full statistics are available online for the round robin and overall.

2012 Illinois Fall Tournament (IFT) (24 November 2012 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford Eliot (Alex Bubb, Kyle Haddad-Fonda, Simon Spiro, Zachary Vermeer)

Second place: King's College London (John Lawrence)

Third place: Open University (Tris Cole, Hugh Bennett)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and playoffs.

The Open University and KCL teams joined forces for an exhibition match at the end of the day against overall winners Oxford Eliot. The combined team won 365 - 285.

2012 ACF Fall (03 November 2012 at Warwick):

First place: Oxford B (Peter Berry, Hasneen Karbalai, Zachary Vermeer, George Scratcherd)

Second place: Oxford D (UG/D2) (Philip Bone, Oliver Clarke, Joey Goldman, Chris Savory)

Third place: Oxford A (Hugh Binnie, Cameron Quinn, Peter Sloman, Simon Spiro)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims and playoffs.

2012 Oxford Open (21 January 2012 at Oxford):

First place: Chicago A (Shantanu Jha, Sam Bailey, Tyler Smith, Marshall Steinbaum)

Second place: Milhous Warriors (Tim Westcott, Kevin Ashman, Pat Gibson, Eric Kilby, Keith Andrew)

Semifinalists: Dakkas Cowboys (Bruce Arthur, Ted Gioia, Dallas Simons, Stephen Liu) and MUESLI (Stephen Pearson, Gareth Aubrey, Nick Mills, Reuben Roy)

Full statistics are available online for the prelims, playoffs, and overall combined brackets. The questions from the tournament are available on quizbowlpackets.com.

2011 ACF Fall (12 November 2011 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford Cherwell (Maris Rowe-McCulloch, Alex Bubb, Simon Spiro, Alison Hudson, Anna Hopper)

Second place: Oxford Isis (Victoria Shore, Tom Finch, Hasneen Karbalai, David Knapp)

Full stats from the tournament are available here. Videos of the first and second games of the advantaged final are also available online.

2011 Varsity Match (12 June 2011 at Cambridge):

Oxford 330, Cambridge 185

Oxford A consisted of Alex Bubb, Edmund Dickinson, Kyle Haddad-Fonda, and George Woudhuysen. Oxford B (Aaron Holdway, Tom Speller, Zachary Vermeer, and Simon Spiro) defeated Cambridge B 260-230, but a team formed from members of the current OUQS committee was defeated by the Cambridge committee team.

2011 British Student Quiz Championships (11 June 2011 at Imperial):

First place: Oxford A (Edmund Dickinson, Aaron Holdway, Zachary Vermeer, George Woudhuysen)

Second place: Oxford B (Alex Bubb, Tom Speller, Matthew Chan, Simon Spiro)

Third place: Cambridge (Amira Chilvers, Thomas Grinyer, David Murray, Ben Pugh)

Undergraduate champions: Oxford UG (Cameron Quinn, Mahdi Malik, Tim Hele, Joana Munro, Jonathan Lane)

Full statistics are available here. You can also watch videos of the Oxford B-Cambridge tiebreaker and the Oxford A-Oxford B advantaged final on YouTube.

Manchester Tournament (30 April 2011 at Manchester):

First place: Oxford B (Edmund Dickinson, Kara Fleming, Hasneen Karbalai, George Scratcherd)

Joint second place: Manchester A (Luke, Mike, Tristan, Paul)

Joint second place: Oxford A (Peter Berry, Aaron Holdway, Maris Rowe-McCulloch, Simon Spiro)

Full statistics are available here.

2011 NAQT Intercollegiate Championship Tournament (9 April 2011 in Chicago):

First place: Harvard (Ted Gioia, Stephen Liu, Dallas Simons, Andy Watkins)

Second place: Minnesota (Rob Carson, Mike Cheyne, Andrew Hart, Gautam Kandlikar)

Twentieth place: Oxford (Alex Bubb, Edmund Dickinson, Aaron Holdway, George Woudhuysen)

Full statistics are available here.

2011 NAQT Sectional Championship Tournament (5 February 2011 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford A (Alex Bubb, Edmund Dickinson, Aaron Holdway, George Woudhuysen)

Second place: Manchester (Adam Clark, Jonathan Collings, Michael McKenna, Tom Whyman)

Full statistics are available here.

2010 ACF Fall (20 November 2010 at Oxford):

First place: Oxford P (Peter Berry, Kyle Haddad-Fonda, Tim Hele, George Woudhuysen)

Second place: Oxford B (Maris Rowe-McCulloch, Cameron Quinn, Simon Spiro, Zachary Vermeer)

Third place: Cambridge (Frances Conner, Thomas Grinyer, Alex Guttenplan, Martin O'Leary)

Full statistics are available here.

2010 Varsity Match (5 June 2010 at Oxford):

Oxford 245, Cambridge 190

Oxford A consisted of Edmund Dickinson, Kyle Haddad-Fonda, Katie McGettigan, and Gail Trimble. Oxford B (Tim Hele, Aaron Holdway, Alison Hudson, and George Woudhuysen) defeated Cambridge B, but a team formed from members of the current OUQS committee was defeated by the Cambridge committee team.

2010 NAQT Sectional Championship Tournament (6 February 2010 at Oxford):

First place: Manchester (Adam Clark, Henry Pertinez, Jakob Whitfield, Tom Whyman)

Second place: UCL (Patrick Cook, David Dearlove, Christopher Hale, James Vale, John Walker)