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Weekly Quiz
21 October 2013

Which English team finished third in the Premier League in the 1992-93 season despite having a negative goal difference and qualified for Europe for the first time in their history?

Norwich City.


In October 1993, a controversial defeat by the Netherlands ended England’s chances of qualifying for the 1994 World Cup in the United States, but which manager presided over the disastrous campaign?

Graham Taylor.


Which British golfer, whose initials are DL, shot a final round 63 to win the Portugal Masters earlier this month to give him a first European Tour title since his KLM Open win nine years ago?

England’s David Lynn.


Masters champion Adam Scott fired a course record 64 to claim victory at the 2013 US PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda, beating US Open winner Justin Rose, US PGA champion Jason Dufner and which European who was playing in the place of Phil Mickelson?

Padraig Harrington.


Which country is bordered by Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland?

The Czech Republic.


Stonemasons in Northumberland have begun rebuilding a section of what as part of conservation work costing more than £500,000?

Hadrian’s Wall.


Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter make up which well known French electronic music band?

Daft Punk.


Which successful British band’s debut album was released in 2006, went to number one in the UK and was entitled Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not?

Arctic Monkeys.


The following lines are from which recent film:

“What made you join the Force?”

“Police oppression, brother.”

“You wanted to stamp it out from the inside?”

“No, I wanted to be a part of it.”

Filth (2013): Bladesey (Eddie Marsan) to Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy)


Which recent children’s animation had the taglines; ‘He’s fast. They’re furious.’ and ‘Wired for speed.’?

Turbo (2013).


What unusual situation caused Bristol’s British and Irish Cup rugby match at Aberavon to be abandoned after 69 minutes?

A six foot hole appeared on the Talbot Athletic pitch, and despite the ground staff and fire brigade spending 10 minutes filling it, the game was abandoned for the safety of the players.


Which country shocked England by beating them 15-14 only one week before the start of the Rugby League World Cup?




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