Our tea-time quiz

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Our tea-time quiz

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ROUND 1

1 - Who did Argentina beat in the final of the 1986 soccer World Cup?

2 - Who scored the winning goal for Manchester United in the 1999 Champions League Final?

3 - If you were watching Washington Redskins play, what type of sport would you be watching?

4 - Who won the All-Ireland senior hurling championship in 1990?

5 - Who beat Barry McGuigan in Las Vegas in 1986?

6 - How many consecutive pots does it take to complete a 147 in snooker?

7 - How many players make up an Australian rules football team?

8 – Who did Howard Wilkinson manage to the old first division title in 1992, the last season before it became the Premier League?

9 - Who was runner-up to Shane Lowry in the 2019 Open Championship in Portush?

10 - Which sports playing area is 2.7 metres by 1.5 metres?

ROUND 2

1 - Who is Kerry ace David Clifford's home club?

2 - Who beat Ireland ladies in the final of the 2018 Hockey World Cup?

3 - What nationality is Manchester United star Paul Pogba?

4 - Who defeated Paul 'Dudey' McCloskey in the controversial fight in 2011, when the fight was stopped due to injury to the Dungiven boxer?

5 - In golf, what is the term for a three under par?

6 - Former German soccer star Miroslav Klose was born in which country?

7 - Who many times have Australia won the rugby World Cup?

8 - Who did Packie Bonner save the penalty from in the shoot-out win over Romania at World Cup 1990?

9 - Which Northern Irish rider won the Superbike World Championship in three consecutive years between 2015 and 2017?

10 - Who scored the injury time goal for Arsenal to win the league in the 1989 title decider at Anfield?

ROUND 3 (CRESTS)

ROUND 4

1 - 'Soft Granite Month' is an anagram of which English soccer club?

2 - What number is between 19 and 17 on a darboard?

3 - What county did for GAA player Tony Hanahoe play for?

4 - What is the only olympic sport that has a finish line that no competitor will ever cross?

5 - In Rugby Union, who are the Puma's?

6 - Which Israeli footballer was the first player to score Premiership, Champions League and FA Cup hat tricks?

7 – What sport would you associate Cliff Thornburn with?

8 – Who was the first athlete to break the four minute mile?

9 - Which six English clubs did Nicholas Anelka play for?

10 - What did Roger Federer (1976) and Bjorn Borg (1976) have in common in their Wimbledon mens' singles wins?

ROUND 5

1 - What English soccer team used to play their games at Roker Park?

2 - Who scored the first point for Derry in the 1993 All-Ireland final against Cork?

3 - Who did Ian Rush transfer to, from Liverpool, at the end of the 1987/88 season?

4 – How many hurdles are there in the men's 110 metres hurdles athletics event?

5 -In what year did AP McCoy win the English Grand National on Don't Push it?

6 - What is the name of the sport which combines cross-country skiing and rifle marksmanship?

7 – Which city hosted the 1992 Summer Olympic games?

8 - In 2000, who became the first British rower to win gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games?

9 - In betting, what odds are known as ‘Pony’ or ‘Macaroni’?

10 - In the 2005 Champions League Final, Gerrard and Alonso – from a rebounded penalty – scored two of Liverpool's goals to force extra-time. Who scored the other?

ROUND 6 (PICTURES)

ANSWERS

ROUND 1: 1 – West Germany, 2 - Ole Gunnar Solskjær, 3 – American Football, 4 – Cork, 5 – Steve Cruz, 6 – 36, 7 – 18, 8 – Leeds United, 9 – Tommy Fleetwood, 10 – Table Tennis.

ROUND 2: 1 – Fossa, 2 – Netherlands, 3 – France, 4 – Amir Khan, 5 – Albatross, 6 – Poland, 7 – Twice, 8 – Daniel Timofte, 9 – Jonathan Rea, 10 – Michael Thomas.

ROUND 3 (CRESTS): 1 – Aberdeen, 2 – Borussia Dortmund, 3 – Mayo, 4 – Inter Milan, 5 – Glack, 6 – Spurs, 7 – Racing 92, 8 – Sydney Swans, 9 – Ajax, 10 – Crossmaglen.

ROUND 4: 1 – Nottingham Forest, 2 – 3, 3 – Dublin, 4 – Swimming, 5 – Argentina, 6 - Yossi Benayoun, 7 – Snooker, 8 – Roger Bannister, 9 – Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City, Chelsea, Bolton, West Brom, 10 – Never dropped a set.

ROUND 5: 1 – Sunderland, 2 – Johnny McGurk, 3 – Juventus, 4 – 10, 5 – 2010, 6 – Biathlon, 7 – Barcelona, 8 – Steve Redgrave, 9 – 25/1, 10 – Vladimir Smicer.

ROUND 6 (PICTURES): 1 – Chris Eubank, 2 – Chris Sutton, 3 – Ronnie O'Sullivan, 4 – Larry Tompkins, 5 – Neville Southall, 6 – Katie Taylor, 7 – Kevin De Bruyne, 8 – Jack Nicklaus , 9 - Steve Staunton, 10 – Keith Wood.

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