The Bulls Head Quiz – 26 April 2020

Welcome to The Bulls Head Quiz - 26 April 2020

We have added email to the results which means that upon submission or your answers, you should get an email with your results (It is the same format as the results page you see on screen after submitting). Check your spam folder as it could end up in there and could take few minuets to arrive.

This week we have 60 questions and a 1 hour timer which should give you plenty of time.

Last weeks top 3 were:

Cornwall Blues - 92%

TWINZ INC are still on form with 78% and the Wheldons take joint 2nd also with 78% Well done both teams. Socially distanced were third with 76%

The full results for last week can be found here.

Team Name
Email - your results will be emailed to you.
1. In which city was Cleopatra born around 69 BC?
2. Captain Archibald Haddock is which fictional character’s best friend?
3. How many imperial fluid ounces are there in a British pint?
4. Umberto II was the last King of which country?
5. Under UK law, which fish if captured within the realm are the personal property of the Queen and are known as royal fish?
6. The Angel Falls, the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall, is found in which country?
7. Which celeb has children named Daisy Boo Pamela and Petal Blossom Rainbow?
8. In 2013, an orange piece of work by artist Jeff Koons sold in a New York City auction for 58 million dollars, what was the subject?
9. What is the Japanese word for goodbye?
10. The headquarters of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is in which UK city?

Name The Flowers.



Rearrange the letters in red to answer the clue!

almond cds - Many have been missing these in the last few weeks.

22. here come dots - An outdated method of communication.
23. young lad - He will eventually turn into one of these.
24. tiny places - She was most noted for her song Crazy
25. treat words - A Scottish singer with spiky hair.
26. ten honey dole - Can be found on the South Bank of the River Thames
27. reaches outdoor - If you have a lot of time on your hands you could be one of these.
28. soviet viewed now - Renowed for her unusual fashion designs.
29. a key rigger - One half of notorius gangster twins.
30. sorry god amen - Celebrity chef who is currently staying in Cornwall


Which all-time-great was one of the two players to receive a red card when the system was first introduced in 1976?

32. Which city has teams called Wednesday and United?
33. Prior to Usain Bolt, who was the last man to win the sprint double of 100 metres and 200 metres?
34. Johnny Weissmuller, who would later play Tarzan in Hollywood movies, won six Olympic medals: five swimming golds and a bronze in which other discipline?
35. Since 1986, the oldest existing world record in men's athletics is in which discipline?
36. Although the Netherlands have been runners-up three times, they have yet to win a FIFA World Cup. Name the two countries that have been runners-up twice without winning. One point for each correct answer.
37. In 1983, which English football club became the first sports club in the world to float on a stock exchange?
38. Who was the first British footballer to receive the Golden Boot?
39. How many Wimbledon singles titles did Martina Navratilova win?
40. At which type of race do you not cross the finishing line?

European Flags.

Name the country flag below.


Quick Fire Questions.

At the start of a game of the UK version of Monopoly, if you throw a double six, which square would you land on?

52. Which was the first British newspaper to be printed in colour?
53. What name is given to the unit of electrical resistance?
54. In which film did Michael Douglas play the part of Gordon Gecko?
55. Which European country has the oldest Parliament?
56. What is represented by a red triangle on an Ordnance Survey Map?
57. Which group have released two albums named after Marx Brother's films?
58. What name is given to the unpaved road along the south side of London's Hyde Park, normally reserved for Horse riders?
59. What was the nickname of Gene Hackman's character in The French Connection?
60. Which planet has over a dozen satellites, each named after a character from a Shakespeare play?

8 thoughts on “The Bulls Head Quiz – 26 April 2020

  • 26th April 2020 at 6:01 pm

    Another enjoyable quiz! Thank you!

  • 26th April 2020 at 9:26 pm

    Great quiz well done trace. Happy birthday dear Jim cheers xx

    • 26th April 2020 at 9:31 pm

      Thanks for remembering; -)

  • 26th April 2020 at 9:55 pm

    Another good quiz but for the third week the automated answers have lost us loads of points, like rose instead of roses and snowdrops instead of snow drops!

    • 26th April 2020 at 10:06 pm

      It’s very difficult with the text based answers. We don’t want all multiple choice so will try and offer more indication to the answer criteria going forwards
      Thanks for playing though.

  • 27th April 2020 at 7:53 pm

    I agree lost so many points even though answers were correct. Spoils the enjoyment. Dont think I shall bother anymore which is a shame as it is fun but not getting scored for auto text anomalies is not right.

    • 27th April 2020 at 8:24 pm

      We appreciate the frustration and will seek to do better next week.
      In fairness though, the round was called “Name the flowers” not “Name the flower”
      Thanks for the feedback it is appreciated and has prompted us to seek and find (hopefully) a better solution at least to differentiate between singular and plural.
      To be clear taking the flowers round as an example:
      would all be considered correct next week all of the above would be correct and we will build in the singular as well.
      Thanks again


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