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Mon 15 Jun 2020 | 11:04

Rugby quiz: Another tricky test of your knowledge

Rugby quiz: Another tricky test of your knowledge
Mon 15 Jun 2020 | 11:04
Rugby quiz: Another tricky test of your knowledge
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BRAINTEASER: @rugby365com‘s quizmaster Paul Dobson has returned with another tricky test of your rugby knowledge.

Can you get at least 50 percent this time?

Try and give your own answers and not those of your ‘friend’ Google!

You will see your score at the end of the quiz and can challenge your friends and rivals.

We will provide the answers to this quiz in the next one, so you can see what the correct answers were.

Nobody needs to know your score except you yourself, but it may stimulate an interest in rugby’s history.

Good luck and enjoy!

Previous Quiz

1. His uncle was in an England team which won the soccer World Cup and he was in an England team which won the rugby World Cup. Name him.
2. His father was a lock in the 1937 Springbok team. He was a Springbok prop in 1975. Name him.
3. In which city would you find a rugby ground named Ballymore?
4. It is the home of the most frequent Super Rugby champions and the city that suffered a severe earthquake in 2011. Name the city.
5. Dr Craven played rugby for South Africa, coached South Africa and was a top administrator till 1993. What was his first name?
6. The first word of the Italian national anthem is Fratelli. What does it mean in English?
7. What sweet mode of transport would English supporters like to swing low?
8. What was the name of the king of England whose forces the Scots sent homeward tae think again?
9. On what Pacific Island would you find Suva?
10. What is the generic name for the Maori war dance that New Zealand teams regularly perform before matches?

Answers

1. Ben Cohen
2. Derek van den Berg
3. Brisbane
4. Christchurch
5. Daniel
6. Brothers
7. Chariot
8. Edward
9. Fiji
10. Haka

* To recap or retake some previous quizzes, CLICK HERE!

PV: 2279


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