Ormskirk Quiz League

A member of the Merseyside Quiz Leagues

Website Problems - An Apology

I would like to apologise for the website being down for such a long time.  The hosting provider was upgrading their systems and it did not go as planned!  I have since migrated it to a new provider and hopefully things will get back to normal.

Thanks for your patience

Chris Quinn
Website Administrator

Charity Christmas Quiz


Ormskirk Charity League Christmas Quiz 


Unison Sports & Social Club

Bishop Road, St Helens, WA10 6SX

Monday 22/12/2014 at 8:30pm


All Teams in the Ormskirk League Invited

If you would like to attend but your team mates can’t let us know and we will match you with a team


£3 per person with Refreshments


All Proceeds to our Charity League


Please ring 0151-510-1516

or e-mail madelineevans35@gmail.com

to confirm attendance


MIMIR Trophy

Three Ormskirk players have qualified for the Final which will be played in Thingwall on May 14th.

Congratulations to Peter Duffy (Unison), Alan Gibbs (Wheatsheaf) and Pat Gibson (Old Dog). The other finalist is Dag Griffiths from Southport & Formby.

Full details can be found here

Robin McIntosh

It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Robin McIntosh over the weekend.

A proud Manxman, he had been receiving treatment for cancer in recent years and died in hospital in Warrington.

He played in the early years of the Ormskirk League at the Railway Tavern in Hoscar.

In 1980 Red Lion (Newburgh) joined the League, becoming Newburgh Lions the following year.

In recent years Robin took the post of Results Secretary producing a detailed statistical analysis of all matches and compiling the highlights for this site.

Robin is in seat three of the team on the left in this photograph.

The words of Joe O'Connor are a fine tribute - "We all knew him of course, some of us for over forty years. We shall miss him as a doughty competitor always striving to win, but more as an old friend ready to talk and to help".

Robin's funeral will be held on Friday January 3rd. The service is at 2pm at Charnock Richard  crematorium, followed by a celebration of Robin's life at 3.00pm at Christ Church Newburgh, then refreshments at the Red LIon.  Family flowers only, but donations welcome to Douglas Valley Lions, a cause for whom Robin worked tirelessly.

Individual Averages

Robin McIntosh has analysed the score sheets for the first half of the season and produced tables of average scores for the leading players in both divsions.

Darren Martin leads the 1st division with an average score of 19.64 points. Pat Gibson has answered 6.89 of his own questions per match.

Jim Maloney leads both categories in the 2nd division averaging 17.29 and answering 4.43 of his own questions.

A complete list can be found here:

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