Each young person played two games lasting three-quarters of an hour.
The person who has accumulated the most money at the end is the winner.
Rowan, from Radstock, was the winner, with £7,794; Owen, from Clutton, came second with £6,243, and Flynn, from High
Littleton, third with £6,198.
All the cubs enjoyed themselves and Rowan said: “It’s brilliant to be the winner!”
A great deal of auctioning took place with some very hefty bids on occasions. The Cub Scouts have been using Monopoly as a very good, fun way of explaining to young people how money works.