Freman College in Buntingford announces winners of House University Challenge competition

PUBLISHED: 15:14 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:14 29 November 2017

Freman College'’s annual House University Challenge saw Butler House triumph for the second year running.

Freman College'’s annual House University Challenge saw Butler House triumph for the second year running.

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Freman College’s annual House University Challenge saw Butler House triumph for the second year running, beating Mills House into second place.

Moore House scraped third place after narrowly beating Hepworth House in the play-off at the school in Buntingford.

Freman’s very own Jeremy Paxman, Mr Phil Norris, joint head of biology, said: “The students played magnificently and a wonderful evening was had by all.”

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