Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

What milestone can you reach?

So you probably won't play 100 Tests, but there must be other things you could achieve in cricket

1. While watching a game, I:

2. While playing a game, I:

3. While attending a match as a spectator, I:

4. . While following cricket online, I:

5. While discussing a match with friends, I:

6. My parents think I:

7. If I ever meet my favourite cricketer, I will:

8. When I see my favourite player get a wrong decision, I:

9. If I had to describe myself in one word, I'd say I am:

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    Mark Nicholas: The '70s was a fine time for a kid captivated by England-Australia Tests
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