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  Thursday, 6 February, 2003, 23:58 GMT
Pit your wits - No 24
Can you beat The Riddler?
BBC Sport Online's very own Riddler

Friday's question:
Who were the last side to win the FA Cup wearing stripes?
And that comes from Den Birs in Romford, Essex.

Answer on Monday.

And don't forget, if you fancy yourself as a bit of a super-sleuth, send us some riddles of your own and we will use the best.


Thursday's answer:
Riddle: Which two English league clubs contain the letters A,B,C,D and E?


Answer: Cambridge United and Wycombe Wanderers.


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