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Question 1: [17] He then established himself as a Test opener in the Third Test at ________, where Australia were sent in to bat on a sticky wicket with erratic bounce.
LeedsFar HeadingleyHeadingleyKirkstall

Question 2: [3] In 1965, while on holiday with his wife and daughter Jill,[4] he collapsed and died while playing golf in Tweed Heads, ________.
New South WalesQueenslandVictoria (Australia)Australia

Question 3: The tour started with a match against Worcestershire, with Woodfull scoring a century and ________ making 236* in 275 minutes.
Keith MillerArthur MorrisDonald BradmanRay Lindwall

Question 4: [7] One of his students was future Australian Test all rounder and Australian Cricket Hall of Fame ________, whom he taught in year nine.
Ian Johnson (cricketer)Keith MillerRay LindwallDonald Bradman

Question 5: An all-time record ________ crowd of 50,962[78][79] watched Australia finish off England's first innings for 341.
Docklands StadiumWACA GroundStadium AustraliaAdelaide Oval

Question 6: [3][17][26][39][40] Woodfull then made 68 to top-score in the first innings of the Second Test in ________.
Stadium AustraliaBrisbaneSydneyMelbourne

Question 7: On one occasion, ________ was run out after wandering out of the crease to inspect the crease, without intending to run.
Donald BradmanJack FingletonStan McCabeBill Brown (cricketer)

Question 8: Woodfull carried his bat to make an unbeaten 30 as Australia were skittled for 66 on a sticky wicket in ________ in the First Test to lose by a record 675 runs.
BrisbanePerth, Western AustraliaMelbourneSydney

Question 9: In early-1922, he made his Sheffield Shield debut against South Australia at the ________.
Stadium AustraliaAdelaide OvalDocklands StadiumWACA Ground

Question 10: Woodfull batted in a manner which had little aesthetic pleasure or grace, with ________ describing stating that "at first sight, he gave the impression of being clumsy".
CricketWisden Cricketers' AlmanackCharles PardonCricket Reporting Agency


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