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Competitions

Thursday 22nd July 2021

88 teams took part in this session’s Top Team Challenge, with members of Company & Seniors taking part in a series of tasks either as part of a face-to-face session, virtually or at home.

Congratulations to 2nd West Kent (winners of the Face-to-Face/Virtual version) and 4th/5th Fraserburgh A (winners of the Play at Home version), and well done to everyone who took part!

Check out the full results at boys-brigade.org.uk/top-team-challenge

 

 

 

 

 

 

It was great to have 91 entries in the Juniors International Team Games this session, including teams from Australia, England, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Thailand and Wales.

Well done to everyone who took part and congratulations to the winners – 1st Barnet B who won the Face-to-Face version and 1st Ashbourne who were the Play at Home winners!

See the full results at boys-brigade.org.uk/juniors-international-team-games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Records competition

Throughout March and April Juniors attempted to break some weird and wonderful world records. We now have our BB record holders for each category, with some amazing scores and times!

  • Fastest time to create a 10 toilet roll pyramid – Jack (1st Cumbernauld) in 3.09 seconds
  • Number of Post-it notes on a face in 30 seconds – Robin (17th Nottingham) with 15 Post-its
  • Most socks put on one foot in 30 seconds – Harry (1st Bridge of Weir) with 17 socks
  • Fastest time to arrange a chess board – Noddy (1st Wymering) in 66.44 seconds
  • Most spoons balanced on a face – Jack (10th Enfield) with 36 spoons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Murder Mystery competition

As part of April’s programme resources, young people in Company & Seniors hunted around Google Maps to attempt to solve a case as part of our Murder Mystery competition. Congratulations to 1st Ormskirk who were the quickest to complete the challenge in an impressive 13:33 minutes!

See the full results in the news section at boys-brigade.org.uk/programme

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