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Frederick Trueman Quiz

(This quiz is about Test Cricketer Frederick Trueman.)

1. When was Frederick Trueman born?
a) 6 February 1931
b) 14 June 1925
c) 8 October 1926
d) 19 August 1924

2. Where was Frederick Trueman born?
a) Edinburgh
b) Liverpool
c) Stainton
d) Frizinghall

3. Where did Frederick Trueman make Test debut?
a) Bridgetown
b) Leeds
c) Johannesburg
d) Brisbane

4. Against which country did Frederick Trueman make Test debut?
a) West Indies
b) South Africa
c) India
d) Australia

5. How many Tests did Frederick Trueman play?
a) 52
b) 87
c) 67
d) 46

6. How many Test wickets did Frederick Trueman take?
a) 266
b) 252
c) 307
d) 309

7. What was Frederick Trueman’s bowling average in Tests?
a) 41.25
b) 29.67
c) 26.48
d) 21.57

8. Where did Frederick Trueman play his last Test?
a) Oval
b) Lord’s
c) Calcutta
d) Melbourne

9. When did Frederick Trueman die?
a) 22 March 1998
b) 6 May 2004
c) 1 July 2006
d) 27 August 2008

10. Where did Frederick Trueman die?
a) Keighley
b) Bristol
c) Dunedin
d) Christchurch



Frederick Trueman Quiz Answers

1. When was Frederick Trueman born?
a) 6 February 1931

2. Where was Frederick Trueman born?
c) Stainton

3. Where did Frederick Trueman make Test debut?
b) Leeds

4. Against which country did Frederick Trueman make Test debut?
c) India

5. How many Tests did Frederick Trueman play?
c) 67

6. How many Test wickets did Frederick Trueman take?
c) 307

7. What was Frederick Trueman’s bowling average in Tests?
d) 21.57

8. Where did Frederick Trueman play his last Test?
b) Lord’s

9. When did Frederick Trueman die?
c) 1 July 2006

10. Where did Frederick Trueman die?
a) Keighley



Updated: September 24, 2016 — 11:45 am

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