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Australian Test Cricket Trivia Quiz - 20 Free Cricket General Knowledge Questions

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Australian Test Cricket Trivia Quiz - 20 Free Cricket General Knowledge Questions

Are you are an Australian cricket fan looking to test your trivia knowledge. Do you know your flipper from you googley and silly bat pad from deep fine leg. Take this 20 question Australian Test Cricket Trivia Quiz and prove your knowledge to your family and friends. Answers are at the bottom of the page

Questions:

Q1: What is the highest individual score by an Australian player in Test cricket?

Q2: Which Australian cricket ground played host to the Centenary Test against England in 1977?

Q3: Traditionally, what day does the Melbourne Test Match Start?

Q4: Did Dennis Lillie ever make a test match 50?

Q5: Which wicket keeper has played the most amount of Test Matches for Australia?

Q6: Who is the youngest Australian to make their test debut?

Q7: Which cricket ground in Hobart, Tasmania is a test match venue?

Q8: Did Trevor Chappell, younger brother to Ian and Greg and the bowler of the infamous underarm ball in a One Day International against New Zealand, ever play test cricket?

Q9: Did famous Australian Captain of the 1920's, Warwick Armstrong, bat left or right handed?

Q10: Who holds the record for the most 6's hit during their test career?

Q11: Which company is the officially supplier of all cricket balls used in test matches in Australia?

Q12: How many tied test matches have happened in Australia?

Q13: Did Shane Warne ever take a test match Hat Trick?

Q14: Which Australian fast bowler scored a test double century against Bangladesh in 2006?

Q15: Which Australian fast bowler of the 1980's and 90's had the nickname, Billy the Kid?

Q16: Against which country did Steve Waugh make his first test match century?

Q17: Which player holds the record for the most test match ducks by an Australian?

Q18: Which Australian test player goes by the nickname, Mr Cricket?

Q19: Which South African born player played Test cricket for Australia in the 1980's?

Q20: Which former Australian captain came out of retirement to lead the official Australian test team during World Series Cricket in 1977?

Answers:

Q1: Matthew Hayden (380 against Zimbabwe)

Q2: Answer: Melbourne Cricket Ground

Q3: Boxing Day

Q4: Yes, once with a top score of 73 not out

Q5: Ian Healy (119)

Q6: Ian Craig (New South Wales, 17 years 293 days old against South Africa in 1952-53)

Q7: Bellerive Oval

Q8: Yes, 3 tests against England in 1981

Q9: Right Handed

Q10: Adam Gilchrist (100)

Q11: Kookaburra

Q12: 1, In Brisbane in 1960

Q13: Yes, against England at the MCG in 1994

Q14: Jason Gillespie (201 not out)

Q15: Craig McDermott

Q16: England, 1989

Q17: Glenn McGrath (35)

Q18:Mike Hussey

Q19: Kepler Wessels

Q20:Bob Simpson

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