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* 22 December 1981 [[Girvan Academy]] (winners: Kenneth Brown, Murray Pratt, Kirsteen Browning, and Marie Walker); the trophy was awarded by [[George Younger, 4th Viscount Younger of Leckie|George Younger]], Secretary of State for Scotland<ref>''Times'' Thursday January 28 1982, page 5</ref>)
* 22 December 1981 [[Girvan Academy]] (winners: Kenneth Brown, Murray Pratt, Kirsteen Browning, and Marie Walker); the trophy was awarded by [[George Younger, 4th Viscount Younger of Leckie|George Younger]], Secretary of State for Scotland<ref>''Times'' Thursday January 28 1982, page 5</ref>)
* 21 December 1982 [[Seaford Head School]], Seaford (winners: Fiona Hanley, Sean Hanley, Neil Dench, and Philip Barden); the trophy was awarded by [[Keith Joseph]], Secretary of State for Education<ref>''Times'' Tuesday 22 March 1983, page 2</ref>)
* 21 December 1982 [[Seaford Head School]], Seaford (winners: Fiona Hanley, Sean Hanley, Neil Dench, and Philip Barden); the trophy was awarded by [[Keith Joseph]], Secretary of State for Education<ref>''Times'' Tuesday 22 March 1983, page 2</ref>)
* 14 December 1983 [[The Emmbrook School|Emmbrook Comprehensive School, Wokingham]] (winners: Sarah Lowe, Katherine James aged 12, sixth formers Jameson Wooders and David Bryant) v [[Colchester County High School for Girls]]; the trophy was awarded by Seb Coe;<ref>''Times'' Tuesday 14 February 1984, page 4</ref><ref>''Reading Evening Post'' Thursday 8 December 1983, page 1</ref><ref>''Reading Evening Post'' Friday 25 November 1983, page 13</ref> in one of the earlier rounds, Emmbrook scored the highest points total ever for the competition; Emmbrook were helped by teacher Mrs Merise Corbett, and the programme was recorded on Wednesday 7 December, being a cliffhanging final
* 14 December 1983 [[The Emmbrook School|Emmbrook Comprehensive School, Wokingham]] (winners: Sarah Lowe, Katherine James aged 12, sixth formers Jameson Wooders and David Bryant) v [[Colchester County High School for Girls]]; the trophy was awarded by Seb Coe;<ref>''Times'' Tuesday 14 February 1984, page 4</ref><ref>''Reading Evening Post'' Thursday 8 December 1983, page 1</ref><ref>''Reading Evening Post'' Friday 25 November 1983, page 13</ref> in one of the earlier rounds, Emmbrook scored the highest points total ever for the competition; Emmbrook had been coached by teacher Mrs Merise Corbett, and the programme was recorded on Wednesday 7 December, being a cliffhanging final
* 19 December 1984 [[Accrington Academy|Moorhead High School]], Accrington v [[Leeds City Academy|City of Leeds School]] (winners)<ref>''Aberdeen Press and Journal'' Thursday 20 December 1984, page 3</ref>
* 19 December 1984 [[Accrington Academy|Moorhead High School]], Accrington v [[Leeds City Academy|City of Leeds School]] (winners)<ref>''Aberdeen Press and Journal'' Thursday 20 December 1984, page 3</ref>
* 16 December 1985 [[Upton Grammar School]], Slough
* 16 December 1985 [[Upton Grammar School]], Slough
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Added clarification that Emmbrook were coached by Mrs Corbett rather than helped by, since Mrs Corbett clearly didn't help during the actual recordings themselves!
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