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CRICKET WORLD CUP QUIZ- 2011–

Posted by librarykvongole on March 9, 2011

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CRICKET WORLD CUP QUIZ- 2011

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Q. 31- Who had the best bowling figures when England defeated Australia by Six wickets in 1979?

Q.32- Who is the only player to be on the losing side in three finals?

Q. 33- Who captained Australia in 1979 and 1983?

Q. 34- Name the bowler who was hit for six from the final ball of the innings by Viv Richards in the 1979 final?

Q. 35- What was the highest individual score in the 1979 World Cup?

Q. 36- Who was the first wicket-keeper to captain his country in the World Cup?

Q. 37- A player named Chappell participated in the 1979 World Cup. But he was not a member of the famous Australian family. Name him?

Q. 38- Why did Australia send a second-string team to the 1979 World Cup?

Q. 39- Who was the highest wicket-taker in the 1979 World Cup?

Q. 40- Which was the first World Cup to have a qualifying tournament for minor nations?

ANSWERS-

31-Geoff Boycott (6-0-15-2), 32- Graham Gooch of England in 1970 ,1987 and 1992, 33- Kim Hughes, 34- Mike Hendrick, 35- 138 not out by Vic Richards vs England in the final, 36-Canada’s Bryan Mauricette in 1979, 37- Chris Chappell of Canada, 38- Their top players were contracted to Kerry packer’s rebel WSC… 39- England’s Mike Hendrick with 10 wickets, 40- The 1979 inaugural ICC Trophy won by Sri Lanka.

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