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Which foot­baller fa­mously rapped on Eng­land’s 1990 World Cup song World in Mo­tion? Who won the golden boot at Euro 2016? Which UK city is home to the ice hockey team called the Storm? How many FA Cup fi­nals were con­tested in Cardiff? Who won the 2013 Rugby League World Cup?

Which Span­ish and Ital­ian clubs have both won the UEFA Su­per Cup five times?

Who won more races in the 2016 For­mula One World Cham­pi­onship: Lewis Hamil­ton or Nico Ros­berg?

In which sport do the Jaguars, Vik­ings and Rams play?

Where did Steve Bruce fin­ish his play­ing ca­reer be­fore turn­ing his hand to man­age­ment?

Which foot­baller cur­rently holds the most Eng­land foot­ball caps with 125?

Euro 2016 was the first foray at the Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships for five coun­tries, name three of them.

Name the two clos­est league foot­ball grounds in Eng­land.

Which rugby union side play at Franklin Gar­dens?

How many balls are on a snooker ta­ble at the start of a frame?

When was the In­ter­toto Cup abol­ished? a) 2004 b) 2006 c) 2008

Wal­ter Pay­ton is one of the NFL’s great­est run­ning backs, but with which team did he spend his en­tire ca­reer?

When was the first Great North Run held? a) 1979 b)1981 c) 1983

Which goal­keeper cur­rently holds the record for the most con­sec­u­tive Pre­mier League ap­pear­ances? Not hav­ing sense, you en­ter it (7) A skele­ton ser­vice? (4,5) Word the sailor says with a smile? (5) Turn­ing the ra­dio on to get mu­sic (5) Ex­ca­vat­ing rare me­tal on the out skirts of the land (7) Put it on pa­per, though it does de­press you (3,4) Break you re­pair (5) Said Keep in touch, OK? (5) Tip­pled at The Royal - it¹s damp and chilly out­side (5) Ob­vi­ously only ad­mit­ting one third of the peo­ple (6) Shove, hav­ing caught, back in to dis­ci­pline (6) Sweets and as­sorted ices are brought round (7) Dresses and goes round (7) Pop back and stick around for some­thing to eat (6) Puz­zled, shied (6) Seats suit­able for a civil ser­vant¹s of­fice? (5) Are keep­ing it back from him (5) Good and an­gry, gave vent to (5) The odd grants may be in­creased by a quar­ter (7) The botanist¹s in­for­mants? (7) Toady to, but get nowhere fast (5) Afraid and stupid, it came back (5) Im­proved one¹s im­age, it was again felt (9) Bowed to the dopes gath­ered out­side (7)

Who are the cur­rent hold­ers of rugby union’s Euro­pean Cup?

Which Sky Bet League Two side play their home matches at The Hive?

How many Euro­pean Cups have Not­ting­ham For­est won?

Which Brian played for As­ton Villa for a decade be­tween 1970 and 1980 be­fore go­ing on to man­age at Villa Park and at Le­ices­ter?

What is the name of the ice hockey team based in Ana­heim?

How many overs are bowled per side in the short­est form of cricket recog­nised by the In­ter­na­tional Cricket Coun­cil?

How many points do you get for a safety in Amer­i­can foot­ball? A first prize of £20 and two each of £5 will be awarded to the first three all cor­rect en­tries opened. Names and ad­dresses of win­ners will be pub­lished next Satur­day. you (6) The phoney ice plant (8) Dash­ing across and tak­ing a quick look at (7,4) Hoax the firm with the paint­ing (9) Beat with the king held (7) Plan to use it again to make liqueur (10) She used to be one of the over­seas buy­ers (4) Caught the bad egg up go­ing in (6) Was given ac­com­mo­da­tion when the car re­fused to budge (7) Grab at and get a frag­ment of (6) Shine that re­veals the key on top of the rub­bish (7) Op­posed to be­ing right be­side it (7) Where the tar­nish is that¹s to be dealt with? (2,4,5) The blue area on the weather map? (10) Let­ter from an odd­ball (9) Heav­ens! Ring for a drink! (7) Fill the bill! (6) Where you get the ring­side seat for the open­ing fight (5,3) Quick! There¹s a boy in the river! (6) Zipped the bag af­ter you search it (7) Is­sue with iden­ti­fi­ca­tion (6) Agreed about evac­u­at­ing the old (4)

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