Morning Ireland News Quiz

Q.1
What was the name of the street in Cleveland Ohio where three women escaped after a decade in captivity?

ohio

Q.2
Alex Ferguson announced his retirement as manager of Manchester United this week after 26 years at the club. At which club did Ferguson begin his managerial career in 1974?

ferguson

Q.3
Fine Gael condemned the removal by a party aide of copies of the Lucan Gazette from local shops, as shown on CCTV cameras. The Gazette's headline on their story?

morris

Q.4
Legislation providing for an amnesty and apology to Defence Forces members who fought with Allied troops during World War II was enacted this week. How many soldiers were court-martialed or dismissed from the Defence Forces for absenting themselves without leave or permission during the war?

WWII

Q.5
Three chicks were born this week as part of a breeding programme aimed at re-introducing which birds back into the Irish eco-system over 100 years since they became extinct?

chick

Q.6
There was a special midnight screening of the new Star Trek movie in Dublin's Lighthouse Cinema on Wednesday night. Who directed the new movie?

startrek

Q.7
Darren Ryan from Meath spoke to us about the disappearance of his pet boa constrictor, which he's convinced was stolen. What is the snake's name?

boaconstrictor

Q.8
Ronnie O’Sullivan became only the third player to retain the Betfair World Snooker title at the Crucible on Monday night when he beat Barry Hawkins in the final. How many world titles has ‘The Rocket’ won?

betfair