Bulahdelah Bandits take out inaugural Stroud Rock Kwiz hosted by Stroud Country Club

Stroud Country Club was packed to the rafters with over 100 people turning out for the inaugural Stroud Rock Kwiz last weekend.

Bulahdelah Bandits John Sahyoun, Val Clifford, Karen Shultz and Gay Tooze take the Stroud Rock Kwiz win held at Stroud Country Club
Bulahdelah Bandits John Sahyoun, Val Clifford, Karen Shultz and Gay Tooze take the Stroud Rock Kwiz win held at Stroud Country Club

The evening was organised by Stroud Public School P&C as a fundraiser to purchase educational resources for the school.

With an electric buzz of excitement, a succession of Elvis, Kylie and KISS impersonators accompanied by many long-haired rockers entered the building.

The dedicated rock fans had come from all corners of the region to test their knowledge of all things rock with live music from Rusty Strings ensuring the dance floor was rocking well into the night.

A host of local and visiting teams had their eye on the prize as they battled it out to be crowned the Inaugural Stroud Rock Kwiz winners.

In a nail-biting finish the win was snatched by the Bulahdelah Bandits in the final round.

Stroud contestant Val Munro said the entire night was enjoyable and very well-organised.

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“It was well and truly a fun night and it was great to see everyone get right into it,” Mrs Munro said.

“I would like to congratulate the Bulahdelah team on their well-deserved win.”

There was plenty more on offer during the night with raffle prizes donated by local businesses and a supper enjoyed by all participants.

Stroud School P&C Member Tess Hillard said the P&C appreciated the support of the community.

“This is the first trivia night that we’ve held in 15 years and we’re really happy with the turnout,” Ms Hillard said.

“We’ve raised over $1,500 and hope that everyone will continue to support our events.”

As a result of the highly successful evening, plans are already underway for next year’s Rock Kwiz with Ms Hillard laying down a friendly challenge.

“Come on Stroud, you got defeated by Bulahdelah this year,” she said.

“I hope that Stroud can get their game on for next year’s trivia night,” Ms Hillard told News Of The Area.

By Daniel SAHYOUN

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