Snooker quiz

Do you know these snooker facts?
Quiz by MrLull
Last updated: June 3, 2021
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First submittedMarch 7, 2017
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First UK Championship winner
Patsy Fagan
Made The Fastest Century Break
Tony Drago
The time he did it in
The world championship is held in this city
Name one of the two players who have made a century of centuries in one single season
Neil Robertson and Judd Trump
The only WSC final featuring two welshmen
Mark Williams won at the Crucible this year. Who was the runner-up?
Matthew Stevens
Dead snooker player who won the masters in 2001,2002 and 2004
Paul Hunter
Players who have won all the triple crown events during the same season
Mark Williams
Steve Davis
Stephen Hendry
Only masters final featuring two asians
Which snooker player is known as the "Whirlwind" and has been runner-up six times in the WSC?
Jimmy White
1979 masters winner, Perrie Mans, is from
South Africa
Made the fastest maximum break
Ronnie O'Sullivan
The time he did it in
Nicknamed "Wishard of Wishaw"
John Higgins
Oldest first-time winner of WSC
Stuart Bingham
Who are the only two qualifiers to have won the world title?
Terry Griffiths
Shaun Murphy
Level 26
May 5, 2019
Good snooker trivia but it's really unclear how to answer the questions (i.e. whether you need to put in dates or names or both). There are also a few spelling errors and WSC needs to be capitalised. Great idea for a quiz though, thanks :)
Level 64
Dec 22, 2020
Good quiz, but it needs to be revised.
Level 70
Jun 9, 2021
The all Welsh final was 1999 rather than 2000 - Mark Williams and Matthew Stevens, in Bournemouth.
Level 69
Jun 9, 2021
the world final between them was in 2000, in Sheffield.
Level 55
Jun 15, 2021
The World Snooker Championship final in 2000 was between Mark Williams and Matthew Stevens. You are probably thinking of the UK Championship in 1999 in Bournemouth. That was also between Mark Williams and Matthew Stevens.
Level 56
Nov 7, 2022
Surprisingly hard! Thanks. I can't help feeling it maybe wants a yellow box - I got several answers in the wrong places.
Level 72
May 16, 2024
There are actually three qualifiers that have won the World Championship. The first was Alex Higgins in 1972. If you’re worried about ‘Higgins’ filling out two answers, you can always change the question to “Who are the only two qualifiers to have won the world title at the Crucible?” Alex won his first title at the British Legion Club in Selly Park, Birmingham.
Level 55
May 18, 2024
Thank you for pointing it out and for your suggestion. It should be correct now.