Camperdown seeks to terminate School's Challenge Quiz season with court injunction
Camperdown High School is to seek a court injunction to put a stand still on the present season of TVJ’s Schools’ Challenge Quiz.
This comes after the school lost to Ardenne High in the highly anticipated rematch on Tuesday.
Camperdown had won the initial match and was hoping to proceed to the quarterfinals of the competition.
This hope was short lived, as last Friday, TVJ called a meeting and accepted that there was a scoring error in the initial match which was recorded last Monday and aired two days later.
According to a statement from Television Jamaica and parent company Radio Jamaica Limited, during a board meeting on Wednesday, RJR's attorney received notice that Camperdown will seek the injunction halting the competition until the matter has been resolved to the school’s satisfaction.
The matter is expected to be heard today and the boards of TVJ and Radio Jamaica have vowed to respond vigorously.