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28-September-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. See 34
  2. 1952 Olympic womens long jump champion, the first woman from from New Zealand to win an Olympic gold medal
  3. Bosnian goalkeeper who joined Azerbaijani club Qarabag, on loan from Bournemouth, in 2019
  4. Horse ridden to victory by Lester Piggott in the 1972 Derby
  5. Tropical legume plant native to New Guinea that is also known as the asparagus pea
  6. River running through New York and Pennsylvania that is a principal tributary of the Ohio River
  7. River on which Gateshead stands
  8. A wide silk sash or leather belt worn over the right shoulder to the left hip for carrying a sword, etc
  9. The basic SI unit of electric current
  10. Unit of length equal to six feet, used to measure depths of water
  11. Singer born Everton Bonner who was part of a Jamaican reggae duo with Chaka Demus best known for their hit Tease Me
  12. Group of volcanic islands in the Outer Hebrides whose largest island is Hirta
  13. Pupil, mistress and wife of Abelard
  14. Edible marine bivalve mollusc for which Whitstable is famous
  15. System of writing for the blind consisting of raised dots
  16. Either the shortest or the longest day of the year
  17. A unit of dry or liquid measure equal to eight Imperial gallons
  18. In the Old Testament, king of Israel who was the husband of Jezebel
  19. Legendary continent said to have sunk in the ocean west of the Straits of Gibraltar
  20. City on the banks of Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh containing remains of the Great Hedge of India
  21. Plant of the Australian genus Anigozanthos with green-and-red hairy flowers
  22. Goalkeeper who won a record 119 caps for Northern Ireland
  23. The capital of Botswana
  24. Polish goalkeeper who joined Bournemouth from Southampton in 2015
  25. Principality in the Pyrenees between France and Spain
  26. Curry that in 2001 Robin Cook claimed was a true British national dish
  27. Greek hero who was killed by Paris, who wounded him in the heel
  28. American singer backed by the Belmonts whose surname is DiMucci
  29. Play by Georges Feydeau set in Paris at the turn of the 20th century
  30. The fourth largest city of Sweden
  31. HMS ___, Royal Navy ship whose timbers were used to construct the Oval Office desk
  32. East Sussex estate famous for an annual festival of opera founded in 1934
  33. Large triangular jib or foresail, often a feature of racing yachts
  34. The capital and chief port of Guyana
  35. English actor, comedian, musician and composer who first came to prominence in the comedy revue Beyond the Fringe
  36. The first letter of the Hebrew alphabet
  37. American goalkeeper who holds the Premier League record for most consecutive appearances
  38. Island in the Channel Islands ruled by a hereditary seigneur or dame
  39. Arm of the Mediterranean between Italy and the Balkan Peninsula
  40. Pasta in the form of little peaked hats filled with a savoury mixture
  41. Real surname of Cliff Richard
  42. The second largest city in Poland
  43. Another name for the green woodpecker
  44. The dog of Bill Sikes in Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
  45. 1972 film directed by Bob Fosse, starring Liza Minnelli, Michael York and Joel Grey
  46. See 14
  47. The ninth month of the Muslim year
  48. ___ Scream, Scottish alternative rock band whose albums include Screamadelica
  49. See 35
  50. The symbol of Nike, designed by Carolyn Davidson in 1971
  51. Seaside town on the Wirral Peninsula that is the home of the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, the second oldest golf links in England
  52. Welsh town in Ceredigion at the confluence of the River Teifi and the Afon Dulas
  53. English comedian and actor given his own eponymous BBC radio show in 1954
  54. American goalkeeper who set a World Cup record for most saves in a match, with 15 against Belgium in 2014
  55. Novel published in 1847 under the pen name Currer Bell
  56. Former England goalkeeper who won a record 125 caps
  57. Birthmark for which the technical name is haemangioma simplex
  58. Multi-instrumentalist who is one half of English folk duo Show of Hands
  59. In Greek mythology, a nymph dwelling in a lake, river, spring or fountain
  60. 1965 number one single by Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames