Flags of the World which country has each of these flags? ROUND 1 PICTURE ROUND 10.

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PICTURE ROUND

Flags of the World – which country has each of

these flags?

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A Dingbat is a visual puzzle which, in this case,

a British TV comedy show.

Just say what you see!

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ROUND

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CONNECTIONS

Answer the first 9 questions.

Some may have more than 1 answer but the

connection makes the answer clear.

Question 10 is what connects the answers

1. Who is George O’Dowd better known as?

2. Who was Prime Minister immediately after Tony Blair?

3. What musical star of Chess and Cats now has a regular Radio 2

show?

4. Which ex-model and actress starred in Emmerdale as well as a

alcoholic drinks advert?

5. Where is the New York Stock Exchange located?

6. Who was the main character in “Back to the Future”?

7. Who won the 1980 and 1984 Olympic Decathlon Gold Medal? 8. Which British comedian had a catchphrase “ooh you are

awful”?

9. What German “pocket battleship” was skuttled during the Battle

of the River Plate in 1939?

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TRAVEL

1. What is Europe’s most mountainous country?

2. If you are flying into New York from the UK which other

airport – apart from JFK – would you fly into?

3. What group of islands contains Majorca, Menorca and

Ibiza?

4. The landmark Uluru is also known by what name?

5. What is the name of the mountain which contains the

carvings of 4 US Presidents?

6. Which European city was used as the location for Kings

Landing in Game of Thrones?

7. What line are you travelling on if you travel from

Knightsbridge to Holborn?

8. What is the national dish of Hungary?

9. The Blue Grotto is located near which island?

10. Which architect designed the La Sagrada Familia in

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1. Which county has won most English County

Championship titles?

2. What is the oldest professional football team in Yorkshire? 3. The MCG is a famous Cricket ground located in which

city?

4. Which club did Brian Clough FIRST manage?

5. What connects Alan Knott, Rodney Marsh, Jeffrey Dujon

and MS Dhoni?

6. Where do Rotherham United play their home games? 7. Who won the first every Cricket World Cup?

8. Which club has won the most Champions League titles? 9. Which ex-England cricket coach and TV commentator is

known as “Bumble”?

10. Which Scottish league team play their home games at

Hampden Park?

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1. What is the capital city of South Africa?

2. Which three countries invaded Egypt in 1956 during the Suez Crisis?

3. What is the mathematical name for a four-sided shape with one pair of parallel lines?

4. In 1975 Bohemian Rhapsody was knocked off the number 1 spot by a song whose title is in the lyrics of Bohemian

Rhapsody. Which song by which band?

5. Meyer, Eureka and Lisbon are varieties of which fruit?

6. At the age of 969 when he died, who is the oldest Biblical character?

7. Who played the park owner, Richard Hammond, in Jurassic Park?

8. In US Politics the Republican Party is known as the GOP – what does GOP stand for?

9. Who played the Duke of Edinburgh in the first season of The Crown?

10. Who ran the first 4-minute mile?

Final Round … Old Fashioned General

Knowledge!!

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ROUND 1 – PICTURE ROUND

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New Zealand Belgium Russia

Argentina Jamaica Portugal

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ROUND 2 - DINGBATS

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Inbetweeners

Red Dwarf League of Gentlemen

Royle Family

2.4 children

Bottom

Fawlty Towers

Drop the Dead Donkey Last of the

Summer Wine

One Foot in the Grave

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ROUND 3 – CONNECTIONS

1. Who is George O’Dowd better known as? BOY GEORGE

2. Who was Prime Minister immediately after Tony Blair? GORDON BROWN 3. What musical star of Chess and Cats now has a regular Radio 2 show? ELAINE PAIGE

4. Which ex-model and actress starred in Emmerdale as well as a alcoholic

drinks advert? LORRAINE CHASE

5. Where is the New York Stock Exchange located? WALL STREET

6. Who was the main character in “Back to the Future”? MARTY MCFLY 7. Who won the 1980 and 1984 Olympic Decathlon Gold Medal?

DALEY THOMPSON

8. Which British comedian had a catchphrase “ooh you are awful”? DICK EMERY

9. What German “pocket battleship” was skuttled during the Battle of the

River Plate in 1939? GRAF SPEE

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ROUND 4 – TRAVEL

1. What is Europe’s most mountainous country? SWITZERLAND

2. If you are flying into New York from the UK which other airport –

apart from JFK – would you fly into? LA GUARDIA

3. What group of islands contains Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza? BALEARIC ISLANDS

4. The landmark Uluru is also known by what name? AYERS ROCK

5. What is the name of the mountain which contains the carvings of 4

US Presidents? MOUNT RUSHMORE

6. Which European city was used as the location for Kings Landing in

Game of Thrones? DUBROVNIK

7. What line are you travelling on if you travel from Knightsbridge to

Holborn? PICCADILLY

8. What is the national dish of Hungary? GOULASH

9. The Blue Grotto is located near which island? CAPRI

10. Which architect designed the La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona ANTONI GAUDI

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ROUND 5 – FOOTBALL AND CRICKET

1. Which county has won most English County Championship titles? YORKSHIRE (33)

2. What is the oldest professional football team in Yorkshire? SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY (1864)

3. The MCG is a famous Cricket ground located in which city? MELBOURNE

4. Which club did Brian Clough FIRST manage? HARTLEPOOL UNITED 5. What connects Alan Knott, Rodney Marsh, Jeffrey Dujon and MS

Dhoni? WICKET KEEPERS FOR THEIR COUNTRY

6. Where do Rotherham United play their home games? NEW YORK STADIUM

7. Who won the first every Cricket World Cup? WEST INDIES 8. Which club has won the most Champions League titles? REAL MADRID

9. Which ex-England cricket coach and TV commentator is known as

“Bumble”? DAVID LLOYD

10. Which Scottish league team play their home games at Hampden

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ROUND 6 – GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

1. What is the capital city of South Africa? PRETORIA

2. Which three countries invaded Egypt in 1956 during the Suez Crisis?

FRANCE, THE UK AND ISRAEL

3. What is the mathematical name for a four-sided shape with one pair of parallel lines? TRAPEZIUM

4. In 1975 Bohemian Rhapsody was knocked off the number 1 spot by a song whose title is in the lyrics of Bohemian Rhapsody. Which song by which

band? MAMMA MIA BY ABBA

5. Meyer, Eureka and Lisbon are varieties of which fruit? LEMON

6. At the age of 969 when he died, who is the oldest Biblical character?

METHUSELAH

7. Who played the park owner, Richard Hammond, in Jurassic Park?

RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH

8. In US Politics the Republican Party is known as the GOP – what does GOP stand for? GRAND OLD PARTY

9. Who played the Duke of Edinburgh in the first season of The Crown? MATT

SMITH

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