BIG WINNERS: Cherrie Willett, Wayne McKenzie and Karen Flint from the team 'A League of their Own' won the prize for Best Team Name.
BIG WINNERS: Cherrie Willett, Wayne McKenzie and Karen Flint from the team 'A League of their Own' won the prize for Best Team Name. Meg Gannon

Fundraiser a test of knowledge and creativity

A LITTLE friendly competition can only be a good thing, and at the trivia night hosted by the Dalby Leagues Club, teams got the chance to bring out their competitive side, as well as raise funds for a great cause.

The night was held to raise money for the under-9 Dalby Devils who will be heading to Proserpine for the Paul Bowman Challenge next month.

But it wasn't just about the smartest in the room. The most creative teams were also rewarded for their efforts.

Prizes were given out to the teams with the most creative team name, and most inventive answers to the questions.

By sheer coincidence, the prize for Best Team Name went to the Dalby Leagues Club's own entrants, with a well thought-out name: 'A League of their Own'.

Check out some photos of all the fun from the night:


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