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  • Who won the Rugby World Cup 2015?

A. Australia
B. South Africa
C. New Zealand (vs. Australia by 34-17, hosted by England)
D. Ireland

  • Who was the captain of World XI for 3-T20 matches in Lahore in 2017?

A. Thisara Perera
B. Hashim Alma
C. Faf du Plessis
D. Darren Sammy

♦ Credit To: Yawar Riaz ♦

  • Wallis Matthias was a test cricketer from 1955-1962. Which country did he play for?

A. Australia
B. West Indies
C. India
D. Pakistan


Wallis Mathias was a Pakistani cricketer who played in 21 Tests from 1955 to 1962. A Catholic, he was the first non-Muslim cricketer to play for Pakistan

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  • Who scored the first cricket test century for Pakistan in 1952?

A. Saeed Ahmed
B. Hanif Muhammad
C. Nazar Muhammad (124* vs. India at University Ground, Lucknow)
D. Abdul Hafeez Kardar

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  • Roger Federer is a famous Swiss player of 

A. Tennis
B. Squash
C. Badminton
D. Polo

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  • Davis Cup held every year is associated with:

A. Lawn Tennis
B. Squash
C. Badminton
D. Polo

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Founded: 1900 by Dwight F. Davis, James Dwight
Most Titles: U.S.A (32 titles)
Recent Champion: Croatia (2nd title) beat France in 2018

Winner List Click here

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  • The game of “Hockey” originated from:

A. Pakistan
B. England
C. Australia
D. Greece

♦ Credit To: Usama Mir ♦

  • The playground for playing “Baseball” is called:

A. Diamond
B. Court
C. Ring
D. Rink

♦ Credit To: Usama Mir ♦

  • Who was the first batsman to score 10,000 runs in Test cricket?

A. Sachin Tendulkar, India
B. Sunil Gavaskar, India (vs. Pakistan on 7 March, 1987)
C. Jacques Kallis, South Africa
D. Ricky Ponting, Australia

♦ Credit To: Muhammad Anees ♦

  • Sir Donald Bradman, famously known as ‘Don Bradman’ was a former Australian

A. Hockey Player
B. Footballer
C. Chess Player
D. Cricketer

♦ Credit To: Saad Ullah ♦

Bradman’s career Test batting average of 99.94 has been cited as the greatest achievement by any sportsman in any major sport.

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  • Which batsman holds the record for longest individual innings w.r.t time in cricket history?

A. Gary Kirsten, SouthAfrica
B. Brain Lara, West Indies
C. Hanif Mohammad, Pakistan (337 runs in 970 Mins vs. W.Indies, 17 Jan 1958)
D. Hashim Amla, South Africa

♦ Credit To: Attiq-ur-Rehman ♦

  • The South African Cricket team is known by the name ‘Protease’. What exactly is ‘Protease’?

A. An animal native to Southern Africa
B. National song of South Africa
C. National Flower of South Africa
D. Green colour in Zulu language


The South African national cricket team nick named Proteas after the South Africa’s national flower, Protea cynaroides, commonly known as ‘King Portea’.

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