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 Tooheys New: 3 caps.

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Q. When was dog on the tucker box erected?
Q. Where was William Shakespeare born? A. Stratford-Upon-Avon
Q. Who is older - Mark or Steve Waugh? A. Steve

 Tooheys New (twist off only): 5 caps.


Q. What are the team colours of the Fremantle Dockers? A. Purple, Green, Red, White
Q. What major town is situated approx 30km west of Wayangala Dam? A. Cowra
Q. Where was St. Patrick born? A. England
Q. Who recorded the album Graceland? A. Paul Simon
Q. Who won 7 consecutive Men's Pole Vault World Titles? A. Sergei Bubka

 Tooheys New: 5 caps.

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Q. In what year was Australia awarded the 2000 olympics? A. 1993
Q. In what year was the first television station in Australia opened? A. 1956
Q. What is the most western point of the Austalian mainland? A. Steep Point WA
Q. Where did 9/4 favourite Veandercross finish in the 1992 Melbourne Cup? A. Second
Q. Who was the top point scorer in the NRL 2001 season? A. Ben Walker

 Tooheys New Stag: 30 caps.

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For the Love of Beer
Q. Charles Kingsford Smith flew across the Pacific in a plane by what name? A. Southern Cross
Q. From which country does the child's toy 'Lego' originate? A. Denmark
Q. George Smith played his 50th Wallaby test in 205. How many had achieved it before him? A. 22
Q. How many times have the Wallabies lost to Fiji? A. Twice
Q. In what year was Toohey's New first brewed? A. 1931
Q. In which year did the band System of a Down release their debut album? A. 1998
Q. In which year was Crocodile Dundee released? A. 1986
Q. In which year was the first Golden Slipper race run? A. 1957
Q. In which year was the Melbourne Cup race altered to 3200 metres? A. 1972
Q. Mark Ella played how many of his tests as Wallaby Skipper? A. 19
Q. Name the co host of the game show 'Sale of the Century' from 1991-1993 A. Jo Bailey
Q. Name the Wallaby who was treated for melanoma in 2005. A. Stephen Larkham
Q. What animal is the symbol of Tooheys? A. Stag
Q. What is Mike Tyson's middle Name? A. Gerald
Q. What is the floral emblem of Victoria? A. Common Heath
Q. What is the worlds most poisonous fish? A. Puffer Fish
Q. What position did Mat Rogers play in the 2003 rugby world cup final? A. Fullback
Q. What was the name of Kasey Chambers' first solo album? A. The Captain
Q. What was the name of the first White Stripes album? A. White Stripes (self titled)
Q. When did the Wallabies last complete a series whitewash against the All Blacks? A. in 2001
Q. Which Australian cricketer won the test player of the year award in 2001? A. Colin Miller
Q. Which Super 14 team did Wallaby Mark Chisholm play for prior to the Brumbies? A. Queensland Reds
Q. Who coached the British & Irish Lions against the Wallabies in 2001? A. Graham Henry
Q. Who did the Wallabies open their 2005 test season against? A. Samoa
Q. Who directed the 1988 movie Beetle Juice? A. Tim Burton
Q. Who scored the Wallabies' lone try in the RWC '95 quarter final loss to England? A. Damian Smith
Q. Who was the voice of 'Puss in Boots' in the Shrek 2 movie? A. Antonio Banderas
Q. Who won the Tooheys new medal in 2005? A. Peter Hewat
Q. With which super 12 team did new Wallaby assistant coach Michael Foley play rugby? A. Queensland

 Tooheys: 20 caps.

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For the Love of a Boxer Q. Which Aussie boxer famously beat fighting Harada in 1968? A. Lionel Rose
For the Love of a Carrier Q. Which Aussie airline was established in 1920? A. Qantas
For the Love of a Club Q. In which year did the Bears last play in top grade rugby league? A. 1999
For the Love of a Cricketer Q. Which Aussie cricketer was known as Skull? A. Kerry O'Keefe
For the Love of a Giant Q. Which league great was known as the Brick with Eyes? A. Glenn Lazarus
For the Love of a Legend Q. In which year was the film Gallipoli released? A. 1981
For the Love of a Name Q. In which state would you find the place Iron Knobs? A. South Australia
For the Love of a Pilot Q. which Aussie PM was a World War II Raaf pilot? A. John Gorton
For the Love of a Repeat Q. How many horses have won the Melbourne cup twice? A. 5
For the Love of a Shot Q. Who won the double trap shooting at the Atlanta Olympics? A. Russell Mark
For the Love of a Star Q. Which Aussie band features the vocals of Chris Bailey? A. The Saints
For the Love of a Sword Q. Who unofficially opened the Sydney Harbour Bridge? A. Francis De Groot
For the Love of a Tag Q. Which Aussie PM was nicknamed 'The Silver Bodgie'? A. Bob Hawke
For the Love of Alfie Q. How many games of state of origin did Allan Langer play? A. 34
For the Love of Bob Q. What did Bob Hawke say a tough boss was after the America's Cup win? A. A bum
For the Love of Bond Q. Which Aussie starred in 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'? A. George Lazenby
For the Love of Dunc Q. In which Olympics did Duncan Armstrong win 200m freestyle gold? A. Seoul 1988
For the Love of Herb Q. In which Olympic games did Herb Elliot win gold in the 1500m? A. Rome 1960
For the Love of the ANZACs Q. In which year did Australian forces land at Gallipoli? A. 1915
For the Love of the Voice Q. What was John Farnham's massive 1986 album called? A. Whispering Jack

 XXXX Gold: 1 cap.

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Q. in which year did Brisbane's exhibition ground see its first test match? A. 1928 (Nov 30)

 XXXX Gold: 3 caps.

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Q. What did the 1977 VFL and Sydney rugby league grand finals have in common? Both Finished in a draw
Q. What was the character name of Paul Rogan's Incompetent Magician? A. Luigi
Q. Who was 1st senator to become Aust PM? A. John Gorton

 XXXX Gold Twist off only: 51 caps.

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Q. At which two Olympic games did Kieran Perkins win 1500m swimming gold? A. 1992 and 1996
Q. Dennis Lillee's famous and unorthodox bat used in 1979 was made out of what? A. Aluminium
Q. Did Damien Fleming take more test or one day international wickets? A. More one day wickets
Q. How many federal elections did Bob Hawke win? A. Four
Q. How many medals did Australia win at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic games? A. 27
Q. How many medals did Australia win at the Sydney 2000 Games? A. 58
Q. How many one day stumpings did Adam Gilchrist make? A. 55
Q. How many test centuries did Darren Lehmann make? A. 5
Q. How many test matches did Allan Border play? A. 156
Q. How many test wickets did Dean Jones take? A. 1
Q. How many tests did Kim Hughes play for Australia? A. 70
Q. How many tests did Michael Kasprowicz play? A. 38
Q. How many times did former Wallabies captain John Eales play for the Queensland Reds? A. 112
Q. How many times did Jeff Thomson take ten wickets in a test? A. None
Q. How many times did Shane Warne win the Allan Border medal? A. None
Q. How many times has Australia not made the rugby league world cup final in 13 attempts? A. Once
Q. How many times was Queenslander Michael Lynagh capped for the Wallabiers A. 72
Q. How many times was Queenslander Pat Rafter runner up at Wimbledon? A. Twice
Q. In what year did Dick Johnson first win the Australian touring car championship? A. 1981
Q. In what year did Mark Waugh retire from test cricket? A. 2002
Q. In what year was the Melbourne cup first run over exactly 3200m? A. 1972
Q. In what year were the Ash Wednesday fires? A. 1983
Q. In which month is the Bathurst 1000 traditionally held? A. October
Q. Off the coast of which state would you find Flinders Island? A. Tasmania
Q. True or false: Bells Beach featured in the 1966 surf documentary The Endless Summer? A. True
Q. True or false: Matthew Hayden has taken a test wicket? A. False
Q. True or false: Steve Waugh took 100 test wickets? A. False (92)
Q. True or false: The Australian touring car champion in 1986 raced in Volvo? A. True
Q. What are the two different coloured marlin chased in Australian waters? A. Black and blue
Q. What did Captain Cook name the reef where he was shipwrecked in 1770? A. Endeavour Reef
Q. What did Ricky Ponting score in his first test innings? A. 96
Q. What is the biggest winning margin for the Kangaroos rugby league side? A. 106 points
Q. What is the name of the corner where WA meets NT and SA? A. Surveyor Generals Corner
Q. What speed in the gearbox in Australian V8 supercars? A. 6 speed
Q. What was Shane Warne's highest test score? A. 99 (vs New Zealand)
Q. What was the date of Australia's federation? A. January 1, 1901
Q. What was the highest recorded temperature in Australia's history? A. 53 degrees Celsius
Q. What was the name of the famous baby taken by a dingo at Uluru in 1980? A. Azaria Chamberlain
Q. Which Aussie summer icon was invented by refrigeration company Malley's? A. The Esky
Q. Which company supplies the tyres for V8 Supercars? A. Dunlop
Q. Which fish is called variously a red bream, pinkie or squire? A. Snapper
Q. Which former Australian cricketer has the nickname Boof? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Which Holden driver won the Australian touring car championship from 2000-2002? A. Mark Skaife
Q. Which horse holds the Melbourne cup race record? A. Kingston Rule (1990)
Q. Which Queensland cricketer was the subject of the 'cant bowl, cant throw' jibe? A. Scott Muller
Q. Which two animals feature on the Australian coat of arms? A. An emu and a kangaroo
Q. Which two states were hit by the Ash Wednesday fires in 1983? A. Victoria and South Australia
Q. Who commanded the bounty which famously mutinied in 1789? A. William Bligh
Q. Who did the Socceroos beat in 2005 to qualify for the 2006 world cup finals? A. Uruguay
Q. Who did the Socceroos draw with in Melbourne in 1997 to miss the 1998 world cup finals? A. Iran
Q. Who wrote the Man from Snowy River? A. Banjo Paterson

 XXXX Bitter: 3 caps.

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Q. How many red balls are used in snooker? A. 15
Q. What was the first Australian top 40 hit for the Australian group Killing Heidi? A. Weir
Q. Which boxer won the super heavyweight gold medal at the 1988 Olympics? A. Lennox Lewis

 XXXX Bitter: 1 cap.

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Q. Which Aust golfer won three successive British Open titles? A. Peter Thomson

 XXXX Light Bitter: 1 cap.

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Q. What is the home of Aussie cricket captain Mark Taylor? A Wagga Wagga

 XXXX Light: 3 caps.

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Q. How many Olympics of the 20th century were held in Africa? A. None
Q. What is always the final event in the decathlon? A. 1500m run
Q. What is Cacophobia? A. Fear of ugliness

 XXXX Gold Good as Gold Twist Off: 25 caps.

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Q. At the 2000 Sydney Olympic games, what was the length of a single lap at the velodrome? A. 250m
Q. How many islands make up the Whitsundays? A. 74
Q. How many times did Dean Jones play for Australia? A. 164
Q. How many times did Trevor Gillimeister captain the QLD state of origin side? A. 4
Q. In Kath & Kim, where does Kel work? A. A butchers shop
Q. In what year did Cold Chisel call it quits? A. 1984
Q. In what year did the QLD state cricket team first play as the QLD Bulls? A. 1993
Q. Name the 3 mascots of the 2000 Olympics Games? A. Syd, Olly and Millie
Q. What is a group of sharks called? A. A shiver
Q. What is cenosillicaphobia the fear of? A. Fear of an empty glass
Q. What is the lenght of the Queensland coastline? A. 7,400 km
Q. What is the roman numeral for 600? A. DC
Q. What is the state animal of NSW? A. Platypus
Q. What part of the body is examined by an otoscope? A. Ear
Q. What was being mined when the Beaconsfield mine collapsed killing 1 aand trapping 2 others? A. Gold
Q. What was the original name of the America's Cup? A. Hundred Guinea Cup
Q. Where is Australia would you find the 'Big Cheese'? A. Bega, NSW
Q. Which Australian journalist/radio broadcaster claims to have been sacked 14 times? A. Derryn Hinch
Q. Which national cricket team is know as the Proteas? A. South Africa
Q. Which outback QLD town is the birth place of Pat Rafter? A. Mt Isa
Q. Who is the only man to play both cricket and rugby for Australia? A. Otto Nothling
Q. Who skippered Australia II to America's Cup victory in 1983? A. John Bertrand
Q. Who was the first living Australian to appear on an Australian stamp? A. Sir Donald Bradman
Q. Who was the inaugural winner of Miss Australia in 1926? A. Beryl Mills
Q. Who won the "Bodyline" cricket series? A. England 4-1

 XXXX Gold Beach Cricket Good as Gold Twist Off: 41 caps.

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Q. 1979; Who ruined England's hopes with 5 for 38, the best figures in a World Cup? A. Joel Garner
Q. Against which country did Dennis Lillee make his test debut? A. England
Q. By how many runs did Australia beat England in the 1987 cricket World Cup? A. 7
Q. Did Darren Gough take more wickets in test cricket against Australia or the West Indies? A. Aust
Q. Did Mark Waugh play in more tests or ODI's? A. ODI's
Q. Does Michael Bevan bat left or right handed? A. Left
Q. Has Courtney Walsh or Curtly Ambrose bowled more overs in test cricket? A. Courtney Walsh (5003.1)
Q. How many catches did Phil Simmons take in his 26 test matches? A. 26
Q. How many centuries did Mark Waugh make in the 1996 World Cup? A. 3
Q. How many double centuries has Allan Border scored in test cricket? A. 2
Q. How many runs did Mark Ramprakash score in test cricket? A. 2350
Q. How many runs did Mark Waugh make in his 1st innings in test cricket? A. 138 v Eng in 1991
Q. How many tests did Courtney Walsh captain in his career? A. 22
Q. How many times did Curtley Ambrose dismiss Mark Waugh in test cricket? A. 15
Q. How many times did Dennis Lillee score more than 50 runs in an innings? A. 1 (73*)
Q. How many times has Allan Border been man of the match in ODI's? A. 18
Q. How many wickets did Desmond Haynes take in test cricket? A. 1 (Nawak, Pak)
Q. If Allan Border got a XXXX Gold for each test he captained Aust, how many would he have? A. 93
Q. If Richie Richardson had a XXXX Gold for each ODI century he scored, how many would he have? A. 5
Q. If Robin Smith had a XXXX gold for each duck he scored in tests, how many would he have? A. 8
Q. In what year did Mark Waugh play both his last ODI and his last test? A. 2002
Q. In what year did Richie Richardson resign from captaincy of the West Indies cricket team? A. 1996
Q. Of the three tests Allan Lamb captained, how many tosses did he win? A. 2
Q. What was Robin Smith's highest score in test cricket? A. 175 (v West Indies)
Q. When Robin Smith made his test debut, against which country was he playing? A. West Indies
Q. Where and what season did Allan Border make his test debut for Australia? A. MCG, Dec 29th 1978
Q. Which Caribbean island was Richie Richardson born on? A. Antigua
Q. Which is longer a cricket bail or the height of a can of XXXX Gold? A. Cricket bail
Q. Which is the younger Waugh twin? A. Mark Waugh
Q. Which team won the Inaugral XXXX Gold Beach Cricket Tri Nations Series? A. England
Q. Which two countries has Graeme Hick played cricket for? A. England and Zimbabwe
Q. Which UK county did Dean Jones captain during controversial seasons (1996 & 1997)? A. Derbyshire
Q. Which WA town is Kim Hughes from? A. Margaret River
Q. Who dismissed Robin Smith in his 1st test innings? A. C Ambrose
Q. Who has a higher test batting average, Kim Hughes or Allan Lamb? A. Kim Hughes (37.41 VS. 36.09)
Q. Who holds the record for the most runs in one-day internationals at the SCG? A. Allan Border
Q. Who is Australia's youngest ever one-day international captain? A. Kim Hughes
Q. Who shares the best 4th wicket partnership of 214 at the Adelaide Oval? A. Jones & Border
Q. Who was wisden cricketer of the yaer in 1982? A. Allan Border
Q. Who was wisden cricketer of the year in 1990? A. Dean Jones
Q. Whose jaw was broken by a Curtly Ambrose thunderbolt at the Waca in 1988? A. Geoff Lawson

 Victoria Bitter (Twist Top): 101 caps.

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Q. After how many overs is a new ball available currently in test cricket? A. 80
Q. Against which nation did Sachin Tendulkar fisrt captain India in a test? A. Australia (Delhi 1996/97)
Q. Against which team did Greg Blewett score a century on his test debut? A. England, 1994/95
Q. At what ground did Justin Langer score 250 runs in 2002? A. MCG
Q. At which ground did Glenn McGrath claim a test hat-trick in 2000? A. Perth (vs WI)
Q. Brian Lara & who scored two 400+ runs in 1st class cricket? A. Bill Ponsford
Q. For what AFL club did Shane Warne play under 18's football? A. St Kilda
Q. For which country did K. S. Ranjitsinhji play test cricket? A. England
Q. For which country did Roger Woolley play two tests? A. Australia
Q. How many batsmen have scored more than 30 test centuries? A. Three (Gavaskar, Tendulkar and S. Waugh)
Q. How many bowlers have taken over 200 test wickets in Australia? A. Three (Lillee, Warne, McGrath)
Q. How many grooves on each side of a 12-inch black vinyl LP? A. 1
Q. How many players bowled for Australia in the Faisalabad (Pak) test in 1979/80? A. All 11
Q. How many test centuries did Don Bradman score at the SCG? A. 2 in 7 tests
Q. How many test centuries did Ian Botham (Eng) score against Australia A. Four
Q. How many test douple centuries did Ricky Ponting score against India in 2003/04? A. Two
Q. How many tests did Bradman lose as captain? A. 3
Q. How many tests were played around the world in the calendar year of 1970? A. Six (4 Sa, 2 Aus)
Q. How many wickets did Bob Massie (Aus) take on test debut in 1972? A. 16 (8/84, 8/53)
Q. How many years did it take Shane Warne to reach 300 test wickets? A. Six
Q. In 1985/86 who claimed 33 test wickets in three matches in Australia? A. Richard Hadlee (NZ)
Q. In 2001 who was the leading run-scorer in tests? A. Matthew Hayden 1391 runs
Q. In radio, FM stands for frequency... what? A. Modulation
Q. In TV's The OC what does the O stand for? A. Orange
Q. In what state was musican John Butler born? A. California
Q. In which sport do you try to hit a target 5kms away? A. Skydiving
Q. Is the cricket fielding position point on the on or off side? A. Off
Q. Name 3 Australian bowlers who have taken odi hat tricks A. Reid, Stuart, Lee
Q. Richard Hadlee played test cricket for which country? A. New Zealand
Q. T/F? Madonna was born in Abruzzo in Italy? A. False
Q. T/F? Mick Jagger played the role of Ned Kelly in an Australian film in the 1970. A. True
Q. T/F? Tasmania had a 'David Boon Day' in 1996. A. True
Q. The island of Hvar is part of which European country? A. Croatia
Q. Tim Rogers is the front man for which Australian indie rock band? A. You am I
Q. To what does the number 40 refer in Ford's supercar, the GT40? A. The car is 40 inches high
Q. Wagyu beef originates from which Asian coutry? A. Japan
Q. What bird is a vehicle defect notice? A. Canary
Q. What does the 'R' in RV stand for? A. Recreational
Q. What does the umpire call if a bowloer is "chucking"? A. No ball
Q. What happens if a cricket fiedler catches the ball with his cap? A. 5 runs to batsman
Q. What is Ozzy Osbourne's real first name? A. John
Q. What is the dog's name in 'Family Guy'? A. Brian
Q. What is the fastest (balls faced) test double century recorded? A. 253 (Nathan Astle NZ)
Q. What is the nickname of Aussie cricketer Jason Gillespie? A. Dizzy
Q. What is the unit of currency in Poland? A. Zloty
Q. What sort of computer file is wav? A. Audio (wave)
Q. What was India's lowest first innings total in the 2003/04 test series in Australia? A. 366 MCG
Q. What was Sir Donald Bradman's batting average? A. 99.94
Q. What was the name of the robot on TV's 'A Perfect Match'? A. Dexter
Q. What was the name of the waiter in Fawlty Towers? A. Manuel
Q. What was wrestler Hulk Hogan's real given name? A. Terrence
Q. What were Martin Love's test scores vs Bangladesh in 2003? A. 0 & 100 not out
Q. When did Queensland first win the Sheffield Shield? A. 1994/95
Q. When was play under lights first permitted in test cricket? A. 20 Nov 1997 (Perth)
Q. Where did Adam Gilchrist score his first test century? A. Bellerive oval, Hobart (149* vs Pak 99/00)
Q. Where did Allan Border play his 100th test? A. MCG (vs WI) 1988/89
Q. Where did Brett Lee claim his first 5 wicket innings in Odi's? A. Adelaine (vs Ind 5/27) on 26/01/00
Q. Where did Justin Langer score his first test double-century? A. SCG (223 vs Ind 99/00)
Q. Where is the Australian indy 300 motor race held? A. The Gold Coast
Q. Which bathurst legend was dubbed 'The King of the Mountain'? A. Peter Brock
Q. Which country has won the most tests away from home? A. England
Q. Which cricket team is known as 'The Black Caps'? A. NZ
Q. Which did Ray Lindwall achieve first in tests 1) a century or 2) five wicket innings? A.) 100 (MCG) Jan 1947
Q. Which driver won the 2006 Australian Grand Prix? A. Fernando Alonso
Q. Which Italian carmaker has a model called the Scaglietti? A. Ferrari
Q. Which openers have shared the most double century partnerships in tests? A. Justin Langer / Matthew Hayden
Q. Which player was Australia's 335th test cricketer and 40th captain? A. Steve Waugh
Q. Which sport was the 1st to have its referees use whistles? A. Rugby Union
Q. Which team did Australia dismiss for 45 at the 2003 world cup A. Namibia
Q. Which team was the first to defeat West Indies in a world cup match? A. India (1983)
Q. Which team won the 2001/02 VB series? A. South Africa
Q. Which team won the 2003/04 pura cup? A. Victoria defeated QLD in the final
Q. Which teams played in a test which ended drawn with scores level? A. Zimbabwe, England
Q. Who captained Australia during the bodyline series? A. Bill Woodfull
Q. Who delivered the "infamous" underarm delivery at the MCG on 01/02/81? A. Trevor Chappel
Q. Who did Ali fight in 1974's 'Rumble in the Jungle'? A. George Foreman
Q. Who did Allan Border succeed as Australian test captain? A. Kim Hughes
Q. Who faced Shane Warne's 'Ball of the Century' in 1993? A. Mike Gatting
Q. Who faced the underarm delivery at the MCG on 1 February 1981? A. Brian McKechnie (NZ)
Q. Who had a hit with a cover of 'Big Yellow Taxi' in 2003? A. Counting Crows
Q. Who has played the most consecutive test matches and how many? A. Allan Border (Aus) 153
Q. Who is the only Australian batsman to score 1000 runs in world cup matches? A. MArk Waugh (1004)
Q. Who makes the Outback Ute? A. Ford
Q. Who opened the bowling with Merv Hughes in the 1993 Lord's test? A. Mark Waugh
Q. Who played Stanley Kubrick's imposter in the 2006 film Colour Me Kubrick? A. John Malkovich
Q. Who reached 200 wickets in the fewest tests for Australia? A. Clarrie Grimmett (36 tests)
Q. Who scored his only test century when Doug Walters scored 250? A. Gary Gilmour (101 vs NZ) 1976/77
Q. Who skippered 'Liberty'in the 1983 America's Cup? A. Dennis Connor
Q. Who took the first Ashes hat-trick in 91 yrs in 1994? A. Shane Warne
Q. Who top-scored for Australia in the 1987 world cup final? A. David Boon (75)
Q. Who was Shane Warne's 300th and Courtney Walsh's 500th test wicket? A. Jacques Kallis (RSA)
Q. Who was Sri Lanka's coach on their tour of Australia in 2004? A. John Dyson
Q. Who was the 1st batsman to hit 500+ in a single 1st-class innings? A. Brian Lara
Q. Who was the first batsman dismissed C. March or B. Lillee in tests? A. John Hempshire (ENG) SCG 1970/71
Q. Who was the first batsman to score 8000 test runs? A. Garfield Sobers (WI) in 1973/74
Q. Who was the first interstate team to win an AFL premiership? A. West Coast (1992)
Q. Who was the first to score 100 and take 10 wickets in a test? A. Ian Botham
Q. Who was the first wicket-keeper to complete 200 test dismissals? A. Godfrey Evans (ENG) in 1957
Q. Who was the leading run-scorer in tests in 2003? A. Ricky Ponting (AUS) 1503
Q. Who was the oldest member of 'The Beatles'? A. Ringo Starr
Q. Who were Australia's opening bowlers in the 2003 world cup final? A. G. McGrath & B. Lee

 HB (twist off only): 192 caps.

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Best in Class 2003 Australian International Beer Awards Reduced Alcohol
Champion Reduced Alhocol 2001 Australian International Beer Awards
Champion Reduced Alhocol 2005 Australian International Beer Awards
Reduced Alhocol 2003 Australian International Beer Awards Bronze Medal
Reduced Alhocol 2005 Australian International Beer Awards Silver Medal
Q. Who is Australia's most successful commonwealth games competitor? A. Mike Wenden (9G 3S 1B)
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What? 'How can you govern a country that has 246 varieties of cheese' - Charles de Gaulle
What? 'I am free of all prejudices. I hate everyone equally' - W C Fields
What? 'I failed to make the chess team because of my height'' - Woody Allen
What? 'I have the body of a god, unfortunately it's Buddha' - Abigail Silverman
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What? A condor can fly up to 15,000 feet in altitude
What? A giraffe's neck contains the same number of vertebrae as a human's
What? A law in Kentucky states that citizens must bathe once a year
What? A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes
What? A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes
What? A somnambulist is better known as a sleepwalker
What? A sphygmomanometer measures blood pressure
What? A typical adult human body contains 206 bones
What? A wedding gift to Queen Victoria was a 3 metre diameter, half tonne wheel of cheddar cheese
What? A wooden racket was last used at Wimbledon in 1987
What? According to astronauts, moondust smells like gunpowder & feels like snow
What? Airbags in a car explode at approx 322 km/hr
What? Al Capone's business card reportedly read 'used furniture dealer'
What? Alfred Nobel (of Nobel Peace prize fame) was the inventor of dynamite
What? Allegedly, Lord Nelson's body was preserved in a barrel of brandy after his death
What? Americans (as a total population), eat approx 100 acres of pizza a day
What? An 80 kg person on earth would weigh approx 26.6kg on Mars
What? An ant can lift up to 50 times its own body weight
What? An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain
What? Approximately 97% of the earth's water is salt water
What? As well as bullet proof vests, shouldn't there also be bullet proof pants?
What? Avocado gets its name from the Aztec word for testicle
What? Before becoming James Bond, Sean Connery worked as a milkman
What? BMW is an acronym for Bavarian Motor Works
What? Bone mass accounts for 20% of body weight
What? Both Alexander Graham Bell's wife and mother were deaf
What? Charles the Simple was the grandson of Charles the Bald, both rulers of France
What? Cows have 4 stomachs
What? Duelling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors
What? Edwin Flack was Australia's first ever Olympic gold medallist (Athletics, Athens 1896)
What? Elephants cannot jump, trot, or gallop
What? Erlman J. Wright patented the first paperclip in 1877
What? Ethiopian Abebe Bikila had an appendectomy 40 days prior to winning the 1964 Olympic marathon
What? Ferruccio Lamborghini once made tractors and air conditioners
What? Fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than toenails
What? Greece's national anthem consists of 158, 4 line verses
What? How do 'Please keep off the grass' signs get there?
What? Human's are born with 300 bones but average 206 bones by the time they reach adulthood
What? Human's are born with between 2-4 million sweat glands
What? Ice-cream actually originated in China
What? If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a picture of a thousand words worth?
What? If an orange is orange, why isn't a lime called a green or a lemon called a yellow
What? If people from Poland are called Poles, why aren't people from Holland called Holes?
What? If rabbits' feet are so lucky, then what happened to the rabbit?
What? If the police arrest a mime, do they tell him he has the right to remain silent? George Carlin
What? In 1845, US president Andrew Jackson's parrot was removes from his funeral for swearing
What? In 1873, you could buy a pair of Levi Strauss jeans for $US3.00
What? In 1932, 'Bunny' Austin was the first player at Wimbledon to wear shorts
What? In 1935, Jesse Owens set 3 world records and tied a 4th in just 45 minutes
What? In ancient Olympic events, a false start could result in a whipping
What? In March 1999 NZ batsman Geoff Allott was at the crease for 101 minutes. He scored no runs
What? In winter 1848, Niagara falls stopped flowing due to an ice jam in the upper river
What? Is french kissing in France just called kissing?
What? It is illegal for an Olympic wrestler to twist his opponents toes
What? It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 muscles to frown
What? It was quite common for the men of ancient Greece to exercise in public - naked
What? Japan's kobe cattle are fed beer & massaged regularly to tenderise the beef
What? John Cleese's family name was originally Cheese
What? John Paul Getty, once the richest man in the world, had a payphone in his mansion
What? John Wayne's real name was Marion Morrison
What? Joseph Swan, not Thomas Edison invented the light bulb
What? Karaoke means 'empty orchestra' in Japanese
What? Lachanophobia is the fear of vegetables
What? Leonardo Da Vinci invented the scissors
What? Mel Blanc (the voice of Bugs Bunny) did not like carrots
What? Men are four times more likely to be struck by lightening than women
What? Mick Jagger's favourite sport is cricket
What? Moon was Buzz Aldrin's mother's maiden name. Buzz was the second man on the moon in 1969
What? More people are allergic to cow's milk than any other food or drink
What? Motor racing champion Jackie Stewart was also a champion target shooter
What? Ned Kelly's last words before his hanging - 'such is life'
What? Newborn giraffes are approximately 1.8 meters tall
What? Nike paid $US35 for the 'swoosh' logo in 1971 to design student, Carolyn Davidson
What? No word in the English language rhymes with month, orange, silver, or purple
What? On average a person dreams for up to 2 hours a night (but rarely remembers them)
What? One of the world's heaviest men (Manuel Uribe of Mexico) weighed 555 kg
What? Only female mosquitoes bite
What? Over a lifetime, the average man is likely to shave 20,000 times
What? Polar bears can swim more than 100 km from shore
What? Pope John Paul II was an honorary harlem globetrotter
What? Psycho was the first Hollywood film to show a toilet flushing
What? Rapper Vanilla Ice' real name is Robert van Winkle
What? Roller hockey was a demonstration sport at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992
What? Ron Clarke set 17 world records as a long distance runner but never won Olympic gold
What? Ronald Reagan said 'Honey, I forgot to duck' after a failed assassination attempt in 1981
What? Singapore banned the Popeye cartoon in the 80s for fear it promoted poor English
What? Singer Dido's full name is Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong
What? Singer Rod Stewart once worked as a grave digger
What? Sir Garfield Sobers was the first cricket batsman to hit 6 consecutive sixes off one over
What? Sloths sleep for 15-18 hours a day
What? St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland was not Irish, he was born in Roman Britain
What? Strawberries have more vitamin C per kilojoule than an orange
What? Swimming races at the 1900 Paris Olympics were held in the muddied water of the Seine
What? Tequila is distilled from the agave plant (a type of cactus)
What? The 'Hundred Years war' lasted 116 years
What? The average life of a taste bud is 7 - 10 days
What? The average person speaks at 125 to 150 words a minute
What? The brain consumes 20 - 25% of the energy used by the body
What? The condition where someone has two different coloured eyes is known as heterochromia
What? The cucumber is a fruit not a vegetable
What? The cuttlefish has 3 hearts and blood that is blue/green in colour
What? The dot over the letter 'I' is called a tittle
What? The earth experiences approx 500,000 detectable earthquakes each year
What? The fastest moving muscle in the body is the one that opens & closes the eyelid
What? The fear of kissing is known as philematophobia
What? The femur (thigh bone) is the longest bone in the human body
What? The first recorded hole-in-one was in 1868 by Tom Morris Jnr
What? The front teeth of a wombat never stop growing
What? The Gridiron team the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost the first 26 games of their first season
What? The human heart beats more than 2.5 billion times in an average lifetime
What? The Indian men's field hockey team remained undefeated at the Olympics from 1928-1956
What? The largest muscle in the human body is the buttock muscle (gluteus maximus)
What? The laryngeal prominence is more commonly known as the Adams apple
What? The longest modern Olympic games ran for 187 days (London 1908)
What? The most common surename in Italy is Rossi
What? The number 7 iron in a set of golf clubs was once called a mashie-niblick
What? The oldest female competitor at an Olympic games was 70 (1972, Lorna Johnstone, Equestrian)
What? The outermost layer of human skin consists of 25 to 30 layers of dead cells
What? The Panama hat originated in Ecuador. They were exported through shippers in Panama
What? The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets
What? The rumbling sound in the stomach is called a borborygmi
What? The starfish (or sea star) has no brain
What? The Statue of Liberty's nose is 1.48 m in length
What? The tonque consists of 16 muscles
What? The toothbrush was invented in China in 1498
What? The tug-of-war was an Olympic sport beween 1900 and 1920
What? The words racecar & kayak are the same whether they are read left to right or right to left
What? There are golf balls on the moon-astronaut Alan Shepherd has a hit during a mission in 1971
What? Time Magazine's 'man of the year' for 1938 was Adolf Hitler
What? Tiramisu literally translates as 'pick me up'
What? TNT is short for trinitrotoluene
What? Under medieval law, animals could be tried & sentenced for crimes, as though they were people
What? We have approx 10,000 taste buds on our tongue
What? We use at least 54 muscles every time we take a step forward
What? Welsh boxer Jimmy Wilde was known as 'The Ghost with a hammer in his hand'
What? What happens if you get scared half to death twice?
What? When the Popeye comic appeared in 1931, spinach consumption in the US increased by 33%
What? When you lick a stamp, you consume approximately one-tenth of a calorie
What? Why are actors 'in' a movie, but 'on' TV?
What? Why are boxing rings square?
What? Why do our feet smell and our noses run?
What? Why doesn't glue stick to the inside of the bottle?
What? Why don't tomb, comb and bomb sound alike?
What? Why is abbreviation such a long word?
What? Why is there an 'S' in lisp?
What? Why is there an L in Noel?
What? Why isn't phonetic spelt the way it sounds?
What? Winners at the first modern Olympics in 1896 were presented with silver medals, not gold
What? You share your birthday with at least nine million other people around the world
What? Your heart rate can rise as much as 30% during a yawn

 Hahn Super Dry (twist off only): 187 caps.

au-00304
Q. In 1744, what rules were laid down for a widely popular English sport? A. Cricket
Q. In swimming, do armstrokes or legstrokes gain the most propulsion? A. Armstrokes
Q. What is rhinotillexomania A. Obsessive nose picking
What? 'Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy' - Benjamen Franklin
What? 'Better a bald head than no head at all' - Austin O'Malley, humorist
What? 'Either that wallpaper goes, or I do' - Oscar Wilde's last words
What? 'For NASA space is still a high priority' Dan Quayle, former US vice president
What? 'How can you govern a country that has 246 varieties of cheese' - Charles de Gaulle
What? 'I have the body of a god, unfortunately it's Buddha' - Abigail Silverman
What? 'I refuse to answer that question on the grounds that I don't know the answer' - Douglas Adams
What? 'I spent 90% of my money on women and drink. The rest I wasted' - George Best, soccer player
What? 'I was called Rembrandt in my boxing days because I spent so much time on the canvas' -Bob Hope
What? 'I would have made a good Pope' - Richard Nixon
What? 'I'm an excellent housekeeper. Every time I get a divorce, I keep the house' - Zsa Zsa Gabor
What? 'I'm desperately trying to figure out why kamikaze pilots wore helmets' - Dave Edison, actor
What? 'I've had a wonderful evening, but this wasn't it' - Groucho Marx
What? 'I've seen George Foreman shadow boxing & the shadow won' - Muhammad Ali
What? 'If all the world is a stage, where is the audience sitting?' - George Carlin, comedian
What? 'If it doesn't matter who wins or loses then why do they keep score' Vince Lombardi NFL coach
What? 'It's just a job. Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up' - Muhammed Ali
What? 'It's not the men in my life that counts - it's the life in my men' - Mae West, actress
What? 'It's time for the human race to enter the solar system' Dan Quayle, former US vice president
What? 'Moving from Wales to Italy is like moving to a different country' - Ian Rush (Soccer player)
What? 'Never say oops in the operating room' - Dr Leo Troy
What? 'Ninety percent of the game is half mental' - Jim Wohlford (Baseballer)
What? 'On this team we are all united in a common goal; to keep my job' - Lou Holz, football coach
What? 'One way to stop a runaway horse is to bet on him' - Jeffrey Bernard, British journalist
What? 'Sure there have been injuries & deaths in boxing, but none of them serious' Alan Minter Boxer
What? 'That's inches away from being millimetre perfect' - Ted Lowe, snooker commentator
What? 'The pen is mightier than the sword & considerably easier to write with' Marty Feldman, Actor
What? 'There's a fine line between fishing & just standing on the shore like an idiot' - Steven Wright
What? 'There's going to be a real ding dong when the bell goes' - David Coleman, sports commentator
What? 'Those are my principles. If you don't like them I have others' - Groucho Marx
What? 'Tis better to be silent & be thought a fool than to speak & remove all doubt' - Abe Lincoln
What? 'We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing' - GB Shaw
What? 'When cheese gets its picture taken, what does it say?' George Carlin, comedien
What? 'You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test.' George W Bush
What? A baby oyster is called a spat
What? A condor can fly up to 15,000 feet in altitude
What? A giraffe's neck contains the same number of vertebrae as a human's
What? A law in Kentucky states that citizens must bathe once a year
What? A somnambulist is better known as a sleepwalker
What? A sphygmomanometer measures blood pressure
What? A typical adult human body contains 206 bones
What? A wedding gift to Queen Victoria was a 3 metre diameter, half tonne wheel of cheddar cheese
What? A wooden racket was last used at Wimbledon in 1987
What? According to astronauts, moondust smells like gunpowder & feels like snow
What? Airbags in a car explode at approx 322 km/hr
What? Al Capone's business card reportedly read 'used furniture dealer'
What? Alfred Nobel (of Nobel Peace prize fame) was the inventor of dynamite
What? Allegedly, Lord Nelson's body was preserved in a barrel of brandy after his death
What? Americans (as a total population), eat approx 100 acres of pizza a day
What? An 80 kg person on earth would weigh approx 26.6kg on Mars
What? An ant can lift up to 50 times its own body weight
What? An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain
What? Approximately 97% of the earth's water is salt water
What? Before becoming James Bond, Sean Connery worked as a milkman
What? BMW is an acronym for Bavarian Motor Works
What? Bone mass accounts for 20% of body weight
What? Both Alexander Graham Bell's wife and mother were deaf
What? Charles the Simple was the grandson of Charles the Bald, both rulers of France
What? Cows have 4 stomachs
What? Duelling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors
What? Edwin Flack was Australia's first ever Olympic gold medallist (Athletics, Athens 1896)
What? Erlman J. Wright patented the first paperclip in 1877
What? Ethiopian Abebe Bikila has an appendectomy 40 days prior to winning the 1964 Olympic marathon
What? Ferruccio Lamborghini once made tractors and air conditioners
What? Fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than toenails
What? Greece's national anthem consists of 158, 4 line verses
What? Human's are born with 300 bones but average 206 bones by the time they reach adulthood
What? Human's are born with between 2-4 million sweat glands
What? Ice-cream actually originated in China
What? If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a picture of a thousand words worth?
What? If an orange is orange, why isn't a lime called a green or a lemon called a yellow
What? If people from Poland are called Poles, why aren't people from Holland called Holes?
What? If rabbits' feet are so lucky, then what happened to the rabbit?
What? If the police arrest a mime, do they tell him he has the right to remain silent? George Carlin
What? In 1845, US president Andrew Jackson's parrot was removes from his funeral for swearing
What? In 1873, you could buy a pair of Levi Strauss jeans for $US3.00
What? In 1932, 'Bunny' Austin was the first player at Wimbledon to wear shorts
What? In 1935, Jesse Owens set 3 world records and tied a 4th in just 45 minutes
What? In ancient Olympic events, a false start could result in a whipping
What? In March 1999 NZ batsman Geoff Allott was at the crease for 101 minutes. He scored no runs
What? In winter 1848, Niagara falls stopped flowing due to an ice jam in the upper river
What? Is french kissing in France just called kissing?
What? It is illegal for an Olypic wrestler to twist his opponents toes
What? It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 muscles to frown
What? It was quite common for the men of ancient Greece to exercise in public - naked
What? Japan's kobe cattle are fed beer & massaged regularly to tenderise the beef
What? John Cleese's family name was originally Cheese
What? John Paul Getty, once the richest man in the world, had a payphone in his mansion
What? John Wayne's real name was Marion Morrison
What? Joseph Swan, not Thomas Edison invented the light bulb
What? Karaoke means 'empty orchestra' in Japanese
What? Lachanophobia is the fear of vegetables
What? Leonardo Da Vinci invented the scissors
What? Mel Blanc (the voice of Bugs Bunny) did not like carrots
What? Men are four times more likely to be struck by lightening than women
What? Mick Jagger's favourite sport is cricket
What? More people are allergic to cow's milk than any other food or drink
What? Motor racing champion Jackie Stewart was also a champion target shooter
What? Ned Kelly's last words before his hanging - 'such is life'
What? Nike paid $US35 for the 'swoosh' logo in 1971 to design student, Carolyn Davidson
What? On average a person dreams for up to 2 hours a night (but rarely remembers them)
What? One of the world's heaviest men (Manuel Uribe of Mexico) weighed 555 kg
What? Only female mosquitoes bite
What? Over a lifetime, the average man is likely to shave 20,000 times
What? Polar bears can swim more than 100 km from shore
What? Pope John Paul II was an honorary harlem globetrotter
What? Pope John Paul II was goalkeeper for an amateur soccer team
What? Psycho was the first Hollywood film to show a toilet flushing
What? Rapper Vanilla Ice' real name is Robert van Winkle
What? Roller hockey was a demonstration sport at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992
What? Ron Clarke set 17 world records as a long distance runner but never won Olympic gold
What? Ronald Reagan said 'Honey, I forgot to duck' after a failed assassination attempt in 1981
What? Singapore banned the Popeye cartoon in the 80s for fear it promoted poor English
What? Singer Dido's full name is Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong
What? Singer Rod Stewart once worked as a grave digger
What? Sir Garfield Sobers was the first cricket batsman to hit 6 consecutive sixes off one over
What? Sloths sleep for 15-18 hours a day
What? Soccer legend Pele's real name is Edson Arantes Do Nascimento
What? St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland was not Irish, he was born in Roman Britain
What? Strawberries have more vitamin C per kilojoule than an orange
What? Swimming races at the 1900 Paris Olympics were held in the muddied water of the Seine
What? Tequila is distilled from the agave plant (a type of cactus)
What? The 'Hundred Years war' lasted 116 years
What? The 1666 great fire of London began in Pudding lane
What? The average life of a taste bud is 7 - 10 days
What? The average person speaks at 125 to 150 words a minute
What? The brain consumes 20 - 25% of the energy used by the body
What? The condition where someone has two different coloured eyes is known as heterochromia
What? The cucumber is a fruit not a vegetable
What? The cuttlefish has 3 hearts and blood that is blue/green in colour
What? The dot over the letter 'I' is called a tittle
What? The earth experiences approx 500,000 detectable earthquakes each year
What? The Eiffel Tower had a permit to stand for 20 yrs after which it should have been dismantled
What? The fastest moving muscle in the body is the one that opens & closes the eyelid
What? The fear of kissing is known as philematophobia
What? The first animated couple to be shown in bed together on TV was Fred & Wilma Flintstone
What? The first recorded hole-in-one was in 1868 by Tom Morris Jnr
What? The front teeth of a wombat never stop growing
What? The Gridiron team the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost the first 26 games of their first season
What? The human heart beats more than 2.5 billion times in an average lifetime
What? The Indian men's field hockey team remained undefeated at the Olympics from 1928-1956
What? The largest muscle in the human body is the buttock muscle (gluteus maximus)
What? The laryngeal prominence is more commonly known as the Adams apple
What? The longest modern Olympic games ran for 187 days (London 1908)
What? The Mona Lisa has no eyelashes or eyebrows
What? The most common surename in Italy is Rossi
What? The motto for the Olympic Games is Citius, Altius, Fortius - Swifter, Higher, Stronger
What? The number 7 iron in a set of golf clubs was once called a mashie-niblick
What? The oldest female competitor at an Olympic games was 70 (1972, Lorna Johnstone, Equestrian)
What? The outermost layer of human skin consists of 25 to 30 layers of dead cells
What? The Panama hat originated in Ecuador. They were exported through shippers in Panama
What? The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets
What? The rumbling sound in the stomach is called a borborygmi
What? The starfish (or sea star) has no brain
What? The Statue of Liberty's nose is 1.48 m in length
What? The tonque consists of 16 muscles
What? The toothbrush was invented in China in 1498
What? The tug-of-war was an Olympic sport beween 1900 and 1920
What? The words racecar & kayak are the same whether they are read left to right or right to left
What? There are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 different colour combinations possible on a Rubik's Cube
What? There are golf balls on the moon-astronaut Alan Shepherd has a hit during a mission in 1971
What? Time Magazine's 'man of the year' for 1938 was Adolf Hitler
What? Tiramisu literally translates as 'pick me up'
What? TNT is short for trinitrotoluene
What? Under medieval law, animals could be tried & sentenced for crimes, as though they were people
What? We have approx 10,000 taste buds on our tongue
What? We use at least 54 muscles every time we take a step forward
What? Welsh boxer Jimmy Wilde was known as 'The Ghost with a hammer in his hand'
What? What happens if you get scared half to death twice?
What? What was the best thing before sliced bread?
What? When the Popeye comic appeared in 1931, spinach consumption in the US increased by 33%
What? When you lick a stamp, you consume approximately one-tenth of a calorie
What? Why are actors 'in' a movie, but 'on' TV?
What? Why are boxing rings square?
What? Why do our feet smell and our noses run?
What? Why doesn't glue stick to the inside of the bottle?
What? Why don't tomb, comb and bomb sound alike?
What? Why is abbreviation such a long word?
What? Why is there an 'S' in lisp?
What? Why is there an L in Noel?
What? Why isn't phonetic spelt the way it sounds?
What? Winners at the first modern Olympics in 1896 were presented with silver medals, not gold
What? You share your birthday with at least nine million other people around the world
What? Your heart rate can rise as much as 30% during a yawn

 Hahn Super Dry (twist off only): 167 caps.

au-01801
Q. A baseball has how many stitches? A. Exactly 108
Q. A human new born has how many more bones than an adult? A. 94
Q. A standard bicycle wheel has how many spokes? A. 36
Q. About how many milligrams of caffeine are in an average cup of instant coffee? A. 100 mg
Q. An average sausage roll has how many calories? A. 110
Q. Andre Agassi's father represented Iran at two Olympic games in which sport? A. Boxing
Q. Approximately how many sperm do adult men produce each day? A. 100 million
Q. At which Olympics did Ben Johnson have his medal stripped for use of steroids? A. Seoul 1988
Q. Did Muhammad Ali ever appear in a film? A. Yes, Requim for a Heavyweight in 1962
Q. During 2005/06, there were 1087 seizures of what illegal substance in Australia? A. Steroids
Q. Five card poker has how many possible hands? A. 2,598,960
Q. From what old English word is cricket derived? A. Cork meaning 'Curved staff'
Q. From what sport does the expression 'neck and neck' come from? A. Horse racing
Q. Giorgio Armani designed the suits for which NRL team? A. The South Sydney Rabbithos
Q. Gold medalist Marjorie Jackson was once governor of which Australian state? A. South Australia
Q. Has cricket ever been an Olympic sport? A. Yes, once at the 1900 Paris Olympics
Q. Herb Elliott set world records 17 times for running how far? A. A mile
Q. How heavy was the largest hammerhead shark ever caught? A. 580kg
Q. How long does it take for a red blood cell to circle the body? A. Approximately 20 seconds
Q. How long is your large intestine? A. Approximately 1.5 meters
Q. How long was the longest world champion ping-pong game? A. 3 days in 1932, Austria vs. Romania
Q. How many categories of muscles are there in the human body? A. Three: cardiac, skeletal, smooth
Q. How many competitors were in Australia's commonwealth games team in 1930? A. 11
Q. How many degrees does a bowling pin need to lean before it falls? A. 7.5 degrees
Q. How many females competed at the first modern Olympic games in Athens in 1896? A. None
Q. How many groups of abdominal muscles do you have? A. Four groups
Q. How many medals did Olympic cheat Marion Jones win at the Sydney Olympics? A. 5
Q. How many NBA championships did Michael Jordan win with the Chicago Bulls? A. 6
Q. How many oars does a sculler use? A. Two
Q. How many paying spectators attended the 1900 Paris Olympics croquet events? A. One
Q. How many players on the field for a lacrosse team? A. 10
Q. How many positions does Karma Sutra have? A. 77
Q. How many stitches does a cricket ball have? A. Between 65 and 70
Q. How many tests did england win in the 2006/07 Ashes series? A. None
Q. How many test wickets did Don Bradman take? A. Two
Q. How many times did Pat Rafter win the US Tennis Open? A. Twice, 1997 and 1998
Q. How many times did Peter Brock win Bathurst? A. 9
Q. How many times has Brazil won the soccer world cup? A. 5
Q. How many runs did Steve Waugh make in his final test innings? A. 80
Q. How many years did America hold the America's cup prior to Australia winning in 1983? A. 132
Q. How much does an official soccer ball weigh? A. Between 410-450g
Q. How much fat is in a carrot? A. Zero
Q. How old was Cliff Young when he won the inaugural Sydney-Melbourne ultra marathon? A. 61
Q. How wide is DNA? A. One 80 Billionth of an inch
Q. In 1744, what rules were laid down for a widely popular English sport? A. Cricket
Q. In 1902, the first corn flake was created by who? A. Dr. Harvey Kellogg
Q. In badminton, how many feathers must the shuttlecock have? A. 14
Q. In baseball, what is a 'switch-hitter'? A. Someone able to bat on either side of the plate
Q. In cycling, what word describes tilting the cycle while keeping the body upright? A. Honking
Q. In ice hockey, what is the punishment for abusive language? A. A 10 minute penalty
Q. In its early years, which sport used pigs' bladders as balls? A. Rugby
Q. In motorcycle racing the acronym 'cc' stands for what? A. Cubic Centimeters
Q. In swimming, do armstrokes or legstrokes gain the most propulsion? A. Armstrokes
Q. In what sport do you juggle and jog simultaneously? A. Joggling
Q. In what sport does a face-off occur? A. Ice hockey
Q. In what year did Australia win their record 4th cricket world cup? A. 2007
Q. In what year did Mike Tyson become the youngest world heavyweight boxing champion? A. 1986
Q. In what year were both AFL and NRL grand finals drawn? A. 1977
Q. In which countries will you find the world's only two 90 mile beaches? A. Australia and NZ
Q. In which discontinued team sport did Australia win Olympic gold in 1908? A. Rugby Union
Q. In which event did Carl Lewis win four successive Olympic gold medals? A. Long jump
Q. In which language does phar lap mean 'lightning'? A. Thai or Zhuang
Q. Is it true that the nose and ears never stop growing? A. Yes
Q. Mohammad Ali's professional record was 56 wins and how many losses? A. 5
Q. Name Steve Fossett's yacht in his 2001 record-holding trans-Atlantic sail? A. Playstation
Q. Of the Chappell brothers who captained and played the most tests? A. Greg
Q. Ollie, Millie and Syd were the mascots for which sporting event? A. The 2000 Sydney Olympics
Q. Olympic gold medalist weightlifter, Dean Lukin, is a champ in what other sport? A. Tuna throwing
Q. On average, a healthy person passes gas how many times per day? A. 10-20
Q. On which parts of the body are the most sweat glands? A. The palms and feet
Q. 'One-hand-one-bounce' is a common rule for which social sport? A. Backyard cricket
Q. Raelene Boyle was disqualified for false starting twice in which Olympic event? A. 200 meters sprint
Q. The carpus, meta-carpus and phalanges are all in what part of your body? A. Your hand
Q. To what length can roundworms grow in the human body? A. Up to 40cm
Q. True or false. Don Bradman was dropped for the next test after his Ashes debut? A. True
Q. True or false: fibre only come from plants. A. True, no meats contain fibre
Q. True or false: stinging nettle lotion rubbed on the scalp helps prevent baldness. A. True
Q. True or false: the fitter you are, the more fat you burn when you exercise. A. True
Q. True or false: women have one extra rib than men? A. False
Q. Twins John and Tom Anderson won gold medals in which sport at the 1972 Olympics? A. Sailing
Q. Viagra was originally intended to treat what ailment? A. High blood pressure
Q. What Australian method of resistance training gained global respect in the 90s? A. Matrix system
Q. What colours did Australian rugby league teams wear before 1928? A. Maroon and blue
Q. What country beat France to win the 2006 FIFA world cup in Germany? A. Italy
Q. What country did acupuncture originate from? A. China (over 2,500 years ago)
Q. What country hosts an annual 3000km race for solar-powered vehicles? A. Australia
Q. What did golfing legend Jack Nicklaus always carry in his pocket for good luck? A. 3 pennies
Q. What did Mussolini's telegram to the 1938 Italian world cup finalists say? A. Win or die
Q. What distances make up the Hawaiian ironman triathlon? A. 3.86km swim. 180.2km bike. 42.195km run
Q. What do fans of Detroit Red Wings hockey team throw on the ice after a win? A. Octopuses
Q. What does a giraffe's neck have in common with a human's? A. Seven vertebrae
Q. What does it mean if a horse wins a race 'hands down'? A. The jockey did not use his whip
Q. What does scuba stand for? A. Self contained underwater breathing apparatus
Q. What equipment do you need for the Olympic biathlon? A. Skis and rifle
Q. What herb did builders of great pyramid at Giza supposedly eat to gain strength? A. Garlic
Q. What is a sprain? A. A stretch or tear of a ligament
Q. What is hirudotherapy? A. The use of leeches for medical therapy
Q. What is lateral epicondylitis commonly known as? A. Tennis elbow
Q. What is rhinotillexomania? A. Obsessive nose picking
Q. What is the body's largest organ? A. The skin
Q. What is the Fosbury Flop? A. The high jump method of jumping head first and landing on your back
Q. What is the largest, most complex joint in your body? A. Your knee
Q. What is the maximum width of a regulation cricket bat? A. 108mm
Q. What is the oldest continuous trophy in sport? A. The America's Cup starting in 1851
Q. What is the only part of the human body that can't repair itself? A. Teeth
Q. What is the southernmost city to host the winter Olympics? A. Nagano (1998)
Q. What other part of the body has a unique print like a finger print? A. Tongue Print
Q. What other part of your body is approximately equal in length to your foot? A. Your forearm
Q. What percentage of the human brain is made up of water? A. 75%
Q. What small area of the human body contains a quarter of your bones? A. Your feet
Q. What sport did Alan Shephard play on the moon on 6 February 1971? A. Golf
Q. What sport uses the term 'glass jaw'? A. Boxing
Q. What sporting event popularised in the 1980s was called 'totally mad' and 'insane'? A. Triathlon
Q. What was introduced at the 1936 Berlin Olympics to promote Nazi ideology? A. The torch relay
Q. What well-known triathlon event has been held annually since 1978? A. Ironman Hawaii
Q. What year did runner Roger Bannister break the 4-minute mile? A. 1954
Q. What year did the Winfield Cup Rugby League tournament change its name to NRL? A. 1995
Q. What's the record for 2 people hitting a ping-pong ball in one minute? A. 130 times in 1993
Q. What's the world record for stone skipping? A. 38 skips by Texan Jerdone Colemann-McGhee, 1992
Q. When did table tennis become an Olympic sport? A. 1988 Seoul, South Korea
Q. Where did Australia place on the final medal tally for the 2008 Beijing Olympics? A. Sixth
Q. Where does the annual bog snorkelling world championship take place? A. Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales
Q. Where was Don Bradman's test debut? A. Brisbane in 1928 versus England
Q. Where was table tennis invented? A. England
Q. Where was the largest ever underwater dance lesson held? A. Sydney Olympic Park - 74 students
Q. Where were the equestrian events held for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics? A. Sweden
Q. Which African-American athlete was the undoubted star of the 1936 Olympics? A. Jesse Owens
Q. Which Aussie was undefeated in world billiards for 18 years? A. Walter Lindrum
Q. Which Aussie won gold in the heptathlon at the '82 Commonwealth and '84 Olympics? A. Glynis Nunn
Q. Which Australian iron man race also became a famous movie? A. The Coolangatta Gold
Q. Which Australian surfer invented three finned surfboards? A. Simon Anderson
Q. Which Australian took the oath on behalf of athletes at the Sydney Olympics? A. Rechelle Hawks
Q. Which Australian won the women's sprint double at the 1952 Olympics? A. Marjorie Jackson
Q. Which city hosted the games of the 27th Olympiad? A. Sydney
Q. Which city was going to host the 1916 Olympics before they were cancelled due to WW1 A. Berlin
Q. Which cricketer bowled the infamous underarm bowl against new Zealand in 1981? A. Trevor Chappell
Q. Which English football team is also known as the Toffees? A. Everton
Q. Which famous hockey-playing family produced 6 Aussie representatives? A. Pearce family
Q. Which famous sportsman was grandfather to the Chappell brothers? A. Victor Richardson
Q. Which has more vitamin C, a peach or 50gms of potato chips? A. Chips=22mg, peach=14mg
Q. Which horse won the Melbourne cup in 2002? A. Media Puzzle
Q. Which is the hardest bone in the human body? A. The jaw
Q. Which is the oldest major golf tournament? A. British Open since 1860
Q. Which is the only racehorse to have won two non-consecutive Melbourne Cups? A. Peter-Pan
Q. Which made more money at the box office, Rocky IV or Rocky V? A. Rocky IV (more than double)
Q. Which race car driver has won the most Formula 1 titles? A. Michael Schumacher
Q. Which retired Australian cricketer was also a haggis-throwing champion? A. Tom Moody
Q. Which rugby league player was nicknamed 'Rambo'? A. Ron Gibbs
Q. Which skateboarder invented the kickflip? A. Rodney Mullen in 1983
Q. Which sport commonly requires a Grey's loop? A. Fly fishing
Q. Which sporting team is known as 'The Diamonds'? A. Australian netball team
Q. Which US state has hosted both Summer and Winter Olympics? A. California
Q. Who achieved the highest single-dive score in Olympic history in Beijing? A. Matthew Mitcham
Q. Who bought a $13 million London mansion to turn into a private gym? A. Madonna
Q. Who climbed the highest building on earth without ropes? A. Alain Spiderman Robert
Q. Who fought the famous 'Rumble the Jungle'? A. Muhammad Ali and George Foreman
Q. Who hosted the Soccer World Cup? in 1994 A. USA
Q. Who is the only Australian to win an Olympic medal in the marathon? A. Lisa Ondieki (silver 1988)
Q. Who made their test debut for Australia when Steve Waugh was dropped in 1991? A. Mark Waugh
Q. Who was the only Australian swimmer to win gold at the 1988 Seoul Olympics? A. Duncan Armstrong
Q. Who won 7 gold medals at the 1972 Munich Olympics? A. Mark Spitz for swimming
Q. Who won the first cricket match between Australia and NZ? A. Australia
Q. Who won the women's 200-metre butterfly at the Sydney Olympics? A. Misty Hyman
Q. Who won the women's beach volleyball gold medal at the Sydney 2000 Olympics? A. Australia
Q. Why is your right kidney lower than your left? A. To allow space for the liver
Q. Witchetty grubs are traditionally used on what type of wounds? A. Burns
Q. Zoe Goss dismissed which male cricketer at a charity cricket game in 1994? A. Brian Lara

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Q. How many games did Clayton Lamb play for Adelaide Crows? A. 1
Q. In what year was TV first introduced into South Australia? A. 1959
Q. What year did Tony Modra win the league goalkicking? A. 1997
Q. When was the last Adelaine Grand Prix held? A. 1995
Q. Which South Australian won an equestrian gold medal at Barcelona in 1992? A. Gillian Rolton
Q. Who won the last Adelaide Grand Prix in 1995? A. Damon Hill

 West End Twist off only: 34 caps.

Q. How many games did Clayton Lamb play for Adelaide Crows? A. 1
Q. How many times did Tony Modra win the Crows goal kicking? A. 5
Q. In October of what year was the first Holden Commodore launched? A. 1978
Q. In what year did south Australia last win the Sheffield shield? A. 1995-96
Q. In what year was TV first introduced into south Australia? A. 1959
Q. In what year were the Ash Wednesday fires? A. 1938
Q. What animal is represented on the South Australian flag? A. Piping Shrike
Q. What are the 2 main ingredients of a pie floater? A. Meat pie and pea soup
Q. What year was Adelaide oval established? A. 1871
Q. When did electric light first light Adelaide streets? A. 1900
Q. When did production on the Southern Expressway commence? A. 1995
Q. When did the Adelaide town hall open? A. 1866
Q. When was the first football game played at Football Park? A. 1974
Q. When was the first stone at the Adelaide post office laid? A. 1867
Q. When were police radar guns introduced into SA? A. 1995
Q. When were radar speed cameras introduced into SA? A. 1990
Q. Where in SA would you find the big lobster? A. Kingston S.E.
Q. Where in SA would you find the West End Highway? A. Kangaroo Island
Q. Which former SA test cricketer was born in Cootamundra NSW? A. Don Bradman
Q. Which horse won 3 consecutive Adelaide Cups in 1987, 1988 and 1989? A. Lord Reims
Q. Which South Australian survived a shark attach in December 1963? A. Rodney Fox
Q. Which South Australian won an equestrian gold medal at Barcelona in 1992? A. Gillian Rolton
Q. Which strait separates south Australia from Kangaroo Island? A. Investigator Strait
Q. Who hit the winning run at the 1999 cricket world cup? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Who replaced Greg Chappell as the coach of the West End Redbacks? A. Wayne Phillips
Q. Who was the Crows Club Champion in 1991? A. Mark Mickan
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1992? A. Chris McDermott
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1998? A. Mark Ricciuto
Q. Who was the longest serving premier of South Australia? A. Sir Thomas Playford
Q. Who was the Port Adelaide football club's first AFL captain? A. Gavin Wanganeen
Q. Who was the power leading goal kicker in 1998? A. Warren Tredrea
Q. Who won the 1994 Magarey medal? A. Garry McIntosh
Q. Who won the 2003 Fos Williams medal for the SA state football game versus WA? A. Brett Backwell
Q. Who won the first Australian grand prix in Adelaide in 1985? A. Keke Rosberg

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Q. Australia's first railway line went from Goolwa to Victor Harbor. When was it built? A. 1854
Q. How many games did Clayton Lamb play for Adelaide Crows? A. 1
Q. How many race meetings does the Oodnadatta Race course host each year? A. One
Q. How many times did Darren Jarman win the crows goal kicking? A. 3
Q. How many times did Tony Modra win the Crows goal kicking? A. 5
Q. In October of what year was the first Holden Commodore launched? A. 1978
Q. In what year did Formula One come to Adelaide? A. 1985
Q. In what year did South Australia last win the Sheffield Shield? A. 1995-96
Q. In what year was the Adelaide cup run at Victoria Park due to a grandstand fire? A. 1980
Q. In what year was the Holden Monaro launched? A. 1968
Q. In what year was the one dollar coin introduced to South Australia? A. 1984
Q. In what year was TV first introduced into South Australia? A. 1959
Q. In which town is the Giant Rocking Horse? A. Gumeracha
Q. In which town was 'Breakers Morant' filmed? A. Burra
Q. In which town was Bob Hawke born? A. Bordertown
Q. In which town would you find Melba's chocolate factory? A. Woodside
Q. In which year was South Australia proclaimed? A. 1836
Q. In which year was the famous Hills Hoist invented? A. 1945
Q. Into which lake does the River Murray flow? A. Lake Alexandrina
Q. Mad Max was filmed near which famous Australian outback town? A. Broken Hill
Q. Martindale Hall at Mintaro was the location for which film? A. Picnic at Hanging Rock
Q. Name the streaky bay jockey who won the 2000 Melbourne Cup on Brew? A. Keiren McEvoy
Q. Near which town is Warrawong Sanctuary? A. Mylor
Q. Sir Ross Smith made the first flight from England to Australia. Where was he born? A. Semaphore
Q. The movie 'Shine' was made by which company? A. The SA Film Corporation
Q. What animal is represented on the South Australian flag? A. Piping shrike
Q. What are the 2 main ingredients of a pie floater? A. Meat pie and pea soup
Q. What is the faunal emblem of South Australia? A. Hairy Nosed Wombat
Q. What is the floral emblem of South Australia? A. Sturt Desert Pea
Q. What is the lowest score for a domestic one day match? A. 51 (South Australia)
Q. What is the more common name for the SA landmark known as Rosetta Head? A. The Bluff
Q. What is the name of South Australia's historic tall ship first launched in 1920? A. The Falie
Q. What is the name of the ship which brought the first settlers to SA? A. HMS Buffalo
Q. What is the SANFL goalkicking medal called? A. Ken Farmer medal
Q. What was the highest individual Sheffield Shield score? A. 452 not out (Don Dradman)
Q. What was the winning margin for the 2003 SA versus WA state football game? A. 60 points
Q. What year did Adelaide airport open? A. 1955
Q. What year did Adelaide Crows enter the AFL? A. 1991
Q. What year did Brenton Phillips win the Magarey medal? A. 1993
Q. What year did Flinders University open? A. 1966
Q. What year did Greg Whittlesea win the Magarey medal? A. 1988
Q. What year did international flights commence from Adelaide airport? A. 1982
Q. What year did John Platten win the Magarey medal? A. 1984
Q. What year did late night shopping commence in SA? A. 1977
Q. What year did Malcolm Blight win the Magarey medal? A. 1972
Q. What year did Malcolm Blight win the SANFL goalkicking? A. 1985
Q. What year did mining production commence at Roxby Downs? A. 1988
Q. What year did Nelson Piquet win the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide? A. 1990
Q. What year did Nigel Mansell win the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide? A. 1994
Q. What year did Pope John Paul II visit SA? A. 1986
Q. What year did Port Adelaide enter the AFL? A. 1997
Q. What year did South Australia adopt its current state flag? A. 1904
Q. What year did the Adelaide gaol cease to be a prison? A. 1988
Q. What year did the SA film corporation commence? A. 1972
Q. What year did Tony Modra win the league goalkicking? A. 1997
Q. What year did West End start brewing? A. 1859
Q. What year was Adelaide Oval established? A. 1871
Q. What year was lotto introduced to SA? A. 1973
Q. What year was the Crafers Freeway tunnel completed? A. 1998
Q. What year was the current Adelaide oval scoreboard built? A. 1911
Q. What year was the first Adelaide festival of arts? A. 1960
Q. What year was the first sitting of South Australian parliament? A. 1857
Q. What year was the first test match played at the Adelaide oval? A. 1884
Q. What year were compulsory driving tests introduced to SA? A. 1961
Q. What year were seat belts made compulsory in SA? A. 1971
Q. What year were the first SA postage stamps issued? A. 1855
Q. When did electric light first light Adelaide streets? A. 1900
Q. When did John Olsen become South Australia's premier? A. 1996
Q. When did production on the Southern Expressway commence? A. 1995
Q. When did South Adelaide last win a SANFL premiership? A. 1964
Q. When did the Adelaide town hall open? A. 1866
Q. When was daylight saving introduced? A. 1942
Q. When was the Adelaide Entertainment Centre opened? A. 1991
Q. When was the electricity trust of SA formed? A. 1946
Q. When was the first Collins class submarine made in SA? A. 1993
Q. When was the first football game played at Football Park? A. 1974
Q. When was the first high school in SA opened? A. 1908
Q. When was the first stone at the Adelaide post office laid? A. 1867
Q. When was the first winery established at Mc Lare Vale? A. 1838
Q. When was the last Adelaide grand prix held? A. 1995
Q. When was the last football grand final played at Adelaide Oval? A. 1973
Q. When was the state bank of SA opened? A. 1896
Q. When was the West End chimney first painted in football colours? A. 1954
Q. When were poker machines introduced into SA? A. 1993
Q. When were police radar guns introduced into SA? A. 1995
Q. When were radar speed cameras introduced into SA? A. 1990
Q. When were red light cameras introduced into SA? A. 1988
Q. Where did Donald Campbell break the world land speed record in 1964? A. Lake Eyre
Q. Where in SA is the Millicent Cup horse race held? A. Penola
Q. Where in SA would you find the big lobster? A. Kingston S.E.
Q. Where in SA would you find the statue of a miner named 'Map Kernow'? A. Kapunda
Q. Where in SA would you find the West End Highway? A. Kangaroo Island
Q. Where in South Australia is Franklin Harbour? A. Cowell
Q. Where is the Australian Motor museum? A. Birdwood
Q. Where is the lowest elevation in South Australia? A. Lake Eyre
Q. Where is the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia? A. Hahndorf
Q. Where is the Seal Bay Conservation Park located? A. Kangaroo Island
Q. Where would you find the Blue Lake? A. Mt Gambier
Q. Where would you find the old gum tree? A. Glenelg
Q. Which 2 rivers flow through Victor Harbor? A. Inman River, Hindmarsh River
Q. Which batsman has made the most Sheffield shield runs in history? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Which batsman made the highest score in Sheffield Shield cricket history? A. Don Bradman
Q. Which district cricket club did all 3 Chappell brothers play for? A. Glenelg
Q. Which early explorer named the River Murray? A. Capt. Charles Sturt
Q. Which former Australian tennis player was nicknamed "The Cockaleechie Kid"? A. John Fitzgerald
Q. Which horse won 3 consecutive Adelaide Cups in 1987, 1988 and 1989? A. Lord Reims
Q. Which racecourse is the headquarters of SA racing? A. Morphettville
Q. Which riverland town lies next to Lake Bonney? A. Barmera
Q. Which SA town is the opal mining capital of tha world? A. Coober Pedy
Q. Which small island is located next to Victor Harbor? A. Granite Island
Q. Which South Australian hotel was the first to have a drive through bottle shop? A. Largs Pier
Q. Which South Australian won an Equestrian gold medal at Barcelona in 1992? A. Gillian Rolton
Q. Which South Australian won an olympic gold medal for weightlifting in LA in 1984? A. Dean Lukin
Q. Which South Australian won Australia's first olympic gold medal in Archery? A. Simon Fairweather
Q. Which South Australian won the 1984 olympic gold medal for women's heptathlon? A. Glynis Nunn
Q. Which South Australlian survived a shark attack in December 1963? A. Rondey Fox
Q. Which strait separates South Australia from Kangaroo Island? A. Investigator strait
Q. Which team won the 1994 Australian Soccer Premiership? A. Adelaide City Zebras
Q. Which team won the first SANFL premiership? A. Port Adelaide
Q. Which town lies at the foot of Mt Remarkable? A. Melrose
Q. Which was the first Australian brewery to use aluminium cans for beer? A. West End
Q. Who coached the Adelaide Crows in 1995? A. Robert Shaw
Q. Who has won 4 Magarey medals? A. Russell Ebert
Q. Who hit the winning run at the 1999 Cricket World cup? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Who is the only crows player to kick over 100 goals in a season? A. Tony Modra
Q. Who is the SANFL games record holder? A. Peter Carey (448)
Q. Who officially opened flinders university? A. The Queen Mother
Q. Who replaced Greg Chappell as the coach of the West End Redbacks? A. Wayne Phillips
Q. Who took the winning catch at the 2003 Cricket World Cup? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1991? A. Mark Mickan
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1992? A. Chris McDermott
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1993? A. Tony McGuinness
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1994? A. Shaun Rehn
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1995? A. Matt Connell
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1996? A. Maatthew Liptak
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1997? A. Andrew Mcleod
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1998? A. Mark Ricciuto
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1999? A. Ben Hart
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 2000? A. Simon Goodwin
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 2001? A. Andrew Mcleod
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 2002? A. Ben Hart
Q. Who was the first crows life member? A. Chris McDermott (1995)
Q. Who was the first governor of of South Australia? A. Captain John Hindmarsh
Q. Who was the first surveyor general of Adelaide? A. Colonel William Light
Q. Who was the longest serving premier of South Australia? A. Sir Thomas Playford
Q. Who was the Port Adelaide Football Club's first AFL captain? A. Gavin Wanganeen
Q. Who was the power leading goalkicker in 2002? A. Stuart Dew
Q. Who won the 1983 SANFL premiership? A. West Adelaide
Q. Who won the 1986 Australian Grand Prix? A. Alain Prost
Q. Who won the 1992 Magarey Medal? A. Nathan Buckley
Q. Who won the 1994 Magarey medal? A. Garry McIntosh
Q. Who won the 1995 SANFL premiership? A. Port Adelaide
Q. Who won the 2002 Sanfl premiership? A. Sturt
Q. Who won the 2003 Fos Williams medal for the SA state football game versus WA? A. Brett Backwell
Q. Who won the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1987? A. Gerhard Berger
Q. Who won the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1988? A. Alain Prost
Q. Who won the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1989? A. Thierry Boutsen
Q. Who won the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1991? A. Ayrton Senna
Q. Who won the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1993? A. Ayrton Senna
Q. Who won the Crows goalkicking in 1991? A. Rod Jameson
Q. Who won the Crows goalkicking in 1992? A. Scott Hodges
Q. Who won the first Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1985? A. Keke Rosberg
Q. Who won the first ever West End Showdown? A. Port Adelaide
Q. Who won the last Adelaide Grand Prix in 1995? A. Damon Hill
Q. Who won the Magarey medal in 1987 and again in 1997? A. Andrew Jarman
Q. Who won the Magarey medal in 1996? A. Josh Francou
Q. Who won the Magarey medal in 1998? A. Andrew Osborn
Q. Who won the Magarey medal in 1999 and 2000? A. Damian Squire
Q. Who won the Power Best and Fairest in 1998? A. Adam Kingsley
Q. Who won the Power Best and Fairest in 1999? A. Stephen Paxman
Q. Who won the Power Best and Fairest in 2001? A. Warren Tredrea
Q. Who won the Power Best and Fairest in 2002? A. Matthew Primus
Q. Who won the SA Golf Open in 1996? A. Greg Norman
Q. Who won the SANFL goalkicking from 1998-2001? A. Adam Richardson
Q. Who won the silver medal for the women's pole vault at the Sydney olympics? A. Tatiana Grigorieva

 Carlton Draught: 206 caps.

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Q. A martini is gin and…? A. Vermouth
Q. According to Madonna's 'Vogue', who gave good face? A. Rita Hayworth
Q. After how many years do you celebrate a pearl anniversary? A. 30
Q. After which country is the world's largest goose named? A. Canada
Q. Another name for almond paste? A. Marzipan
Q. As at 2006 how many men have walked on the moon? A. 12
Q. Bart Cummings's 1st Melbourne Cup winner was with which horse? A. Light Fingers
Q. Captain of Aust cricket team in the tied test with the Wi? A. Richie Benaud
Q. Celine Dion won Eurovison in 1988 for what country? A. Switzerland
Q. Central fortified part of ancient Greek cities was called what? A. Acropolis
Q. Chicago lies on which of North America's Great Lakes? A. Michigan
Q. Chlorine was named after Greek for which colour? A. Green
Q. David Williamson is a very successful Australian what? A. Playwright
Q. Did Steve Waugh score more or less than 11,000 test runs? A. Less
Q. Elvis was vs. who on A Little Less Conversation? A. JXL
Q. From what country was the Sydney Opera House's designer? A. Denmark
Q. From what movie is the U2 song 'Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me'? A. Batman Forever
Q. From which city were the band "Bay City Rollers"? A. Edinburgh
Q. From which country does half the world's cork supply come? A. Portugal
Q. From which language do we get the word solo? A. Italian
Q. From which language do we get the word yoghurt? A. Turkish
Q. Hepatitis affects which organ? A. Liver
Q. How is Enrique Martin Morales IV better known? A. Ricky Martin
Q. How many 50s did Steve Waugn make in test cricket? A. 50
Q. How many bones are there in a full adult skeleton? A. 206
Q. How many digits does a koala have on each foot? A. 5
Q. How many horses have won the Mlebourne cup 3 times? A. 1 (Makybe Diva, 2003-5)
Q. How many medals did Australia win at the 2006 Commonwealth Games? A. 221
Q. How many pounds are there in a stone? A. 14
Q. How many premierships did Jack Dyer coach Richmond? A. 1
Q. How many runs did Steve Waugh make in his last test innings? A. 80
Q. How many square inches in one square foot? A. 144
Q. How many stripes are on the US flag? A. 13
Q. How many votes did Carji Greeves get to win the 1st ever brownlow? A. 7
Q. How many watts in a kilowatt? A. 1,000
Q. If bovine refers to cows, to what does vulpine refer? A. Foxes
Q. If the USA has Oscars, which country has Caesars? A. France
Q. In 'This is Spinal Tap', what number does Nigel's amp go up to? A. Eleven
Q. In early to mid-20th century culture, what were Oxford Bags? A. Trousers
Q. In English, what is BMW short for? A. Bavarian Motor Works
Q. In French what is 'M' short for? A. Monsieur
Q. In meters, how long is the home straight at Flemington? A. 450 m
Q. In motor racing, what number did Peter Brock’s cars wear? A. 05
Q. In rugby union, how many players make a scrum? A. 16
Q. In the Addams Family, what is the name of Gomez and Morticia's daughter? A. Wednesday
Q. In the movie Happy Gilmore, who did Happy have a childhood crush on? A. Brooke Shields
Q. In VFL, where did the Bulldogs play their home games in WW2? A. Yarraville
Q. In what year did Sydney host the Commonwealth Games? A. 1938 (then the British Empire Games)
Q. In what year did Virgin Blue begin flying in Australia? A. 2000
Q. In what year was hockey first played at the Commonwealth Games? A. 1998
Q. In what year were the first British Empire Games hold? A. 1930
Q. In what year will Darwin celebrate its 200th birthday? A. 2069
Q. In which card suit do the jack, queen and king have both eyes showing? A. Clubs
Q. In which city are the Spanish Steps? A. Rome
Q. In which city is Greenpeace HQ? A. Amsterdam
Q. In which country did snooker originate? A. India
Q. In which country did the first recorded labour strike take place? A. Egypt (1154 BC)
Q. In which country was Harvie Krumpet born? A. Poland
Q. In which county was French foreign legion founded? A. Algeria
Q. In which mountain range is Mt Everest found? A. Himalayas Q. In which movie was Colonel Nathan P Jessup? A. A Few Good Men
Q. In which sport did Suzie Balogh win gold in Athens? A. Shooting
Q. In which war was Florence Nightingale the lady with the lamp? A. The Crimean
Q. Jackie Chan used to live in which Australian city? A. Canberra
Q. James Joyce's novel 'Ulysses' is set in what city? A. Dublin
Q. Jockey who rode Makybe Diva to to 3 Melbourne Cup victories? A. Glenn Boss
Q. Last European country to host summer Olympics? A. Spain
Q. Musically, who was Andrew Ridgeley's most famous partner? A. George Michael (Wham)
Q. Name Greek mythology's one eyed monster? A. Cyclops
Q. Nefertiti was a queen of which ancient civilization? A. Egyptian
Q. Nickname of the Bonds underwear icon? A. Chesty
Q. Number of people at the 1970 Carlton vs Collingwood VFL grand final? A. 121,969
Q. Of the 5 Olympic rings, which colour represents Europe? A. Blue
Q. On what part of an aeroplane is an aileron? A. Wing
Q. On which island is the Indonesian province of Aceh? A. Sumatra
Q. On which river does Amsterdam stand? A. Amstel
Q. Only part of the UK that hasn't hosted a comm games? A. Northern Ireland
Q. Surname of the family in Growing Pains? A. Seaver
Q. T/F? Melbourne is Australia's wettest capital city? A. False
Q. T/F? The word gymnastics means naked? A. T (from the Greek)
Q. T/F? Typhoid and typhus are the same disease. A. False
Q. The boy from Oz is a musical about whom? A. Peter Allen
Q. The Caspian Sea is the worlds largest...? A. Lake
Q. The clear window on the $100 note has an image of what? A. Lyrebird
Q. The first horse to defeat Sunline was who? A. Rose O'War (1998)
Q. The flowering blue gum is the floral emblem of which state? A. Tasmania
Q. The name of the famous textbook written by Henry Gray? A. Gray's Anatomy
Q. The name of the Scooby Doo gang's van? A. Mystery Machine
Q. The only digit that has the same number of letters as its value? A. Four
Q. The only US state capital not linked by road to anywhere else? A. Juneau, Alaska
Q. The Pentagon lies on which river? A. Potomac
Q. The three tenors were Pavarotti, Domingo and who? A. Carreras
Q. To a Spaniard, what is a corrida? A. Bullfight
Q. To which continent is the cuckoo native? A. Europe
Q. What are Pooh's two Marsupial friends' names? A. Kanga and Roo
Q. What battle is commemorated by Nelsons columns? A. Trafalgar
Q. What big selling Ford model first hit the Australian market in 1960? A. Falcon
Q. What bird is said to bring bad luck to sailors if killed? A. Albatross
Q. What breed of dog was the star of the movie 'Beethoven'? A. St Bernard
Q. What can a shark do with its eyes that no other fish can? A. Blink
Q. What chain was founded by Ray Kroc? A. McDonalds
Q. What colour are coffee berries? A. Red
Q. What colour is Santa Claus's belt? A. Black
Q. What do Britons think of if you mention crufts? A. Dogs (show)
Q. What do Russians call their astronauts? A. Cosmonauts
Q. What do we call the Irish fairy shoemaker? A. Leprechaun
Q. What does a camel's hump mainly consist of? A. Fat
Q. What does a Geiger counter measure? A. Radioactivity
Q. What does a selenologist study? A. The moon
Q. What does a spremologer do? A. Collects trivia
Q. What does the H stand for in HIV? A. Human
Q. What floral emblem is part of the Australian coat of arms? A. Golden Wattle
Q. What Greek letter symbolises gay and lesbian activism? A. Lambda
Q. What handicap running race features on Australian Easter Mondays? A. Stawell gift
Q. What is 13 squared plus 19 squared? A. 530
Q. What is a female donkey called? A. Jenny
Q. What is androphobia the fear of? A. men
Q. What is Australia's 2nd largest flightless native bird? A. The Cassowary
Q. What is Batman's nickname? A. Caped Crusader
Q. What is Harry Potter's star sign? A. Leo
Q. What is the dot over the letter "I" called? A. Tittle
Q. What is the highest denomination Euro note? A. 500
Q. What is the lightest substance known to science? A. Hydrogen
Q. What is the longest word in the english language with just one vowel? A. Strenghts
Q. What is the most expensive monopoly property? A. Mayfair
Q. What is the name of Billy Madison's third grade teacher? A. Veronica Vaughn
Q. What is the only living tissue in human body containing no blood vessels? A. Cornea
Q. What is the outermost layer of the atmosphere called? A. Exosphere
Q. What is the second-highest rank in the roman catholic church? A. Cardinal
Q. What letter is between X and V on a typewriter? A. C
Q. What name is given to the last runner in a relay? A. Anchor
Q. What nightclub does Tony Soprano own? A. Bada Bing
Q. What sort of mythological creature is pegasus? A. Flying horse
Q. What term is used for the start of a basketball game? A. Tip off
Q. What TV role did Canadian Jay Silverheels play? A. Tonto
Q. What type of creature is a shrike? A. Bird
Q. What type of creature is a starsnout poacher? A. Fish
Q. What was Pauline Hanson's federal Queensland electorate? A. Oxley
Q. What was the name of Australian Crawl's first album? A. The Boys Light Up
Q. What was the name of the 2005 sequel to Get Shorty? A. Be Cool
Q. What was the trophy for the 1st ever Melbourne Cup winner? A. Gold watch
Q. What word means type of fish or glide on ice? A. Skate
Q. What's the name of the cowboy who hates Bugs Bunny? A. Yosemite Sam
Q. When was the Sydney Opera House opened? A. 20.10.1973
Q. Where does Homer meet Michael Jackson? A. An asylum
Q. Where does the Olympic Torch Relay begin? A. Olympia
Q. Where on your clothes would you find initials YKK? A. Zipper
Q. Where were the 1968 Olympic Games held? A. Mexico City
Q. Where will the opening ceremony of 2006 Comm. Games be held? A. MCG
Q. Which American state has the most miles of road? A. Texas
Q. Which Aust music festival was started om 1992 by Vivian Lees and Ken West? A. Big Day Out
Q. Which Aust racing hall of fame horse won the 1890 Melbourne Cup? A. Carbine
Q. Which Australian directed the film Witness? A. Peter Weir
Q. Which aviation company produces the world's largest plane? A. Airbus
Q. Which car company produces the Laguna? A. Renault
Q. Which car company's name is Latin for I roll? A. Volvo
Q. Which chess piece is also name of a common bird? A. Rook
Q. Which country is home to the largest number of crayfish? A. Aust
Q. Which country won the 2003 rugby world cup? A. England
Q. Which country's flag contains a wheel? A. India
Q. Which European country has the longest border with Russia? A. Finland
Q. Which European country has the longest coastline? A. Norway
Q. Which European painter promised to eat his wife after she died? A. Salvador Dali
Q. Which French breakfast food translates as "Crescent"? A. Croissant
Q. Which fungus assists production of alcohol? A. Yeast
Q. Which has the greater area, Ireland or Iceland? A. Iceland
Q. Which is the only sport in the phonetic alphabet? A. Golf
Q. Which jockey is known as 'The Pumper'? A. Jimmy Cassidy
Q. Which organ is affected by Bright's disease? A. Kidney
Q. Which player was best of ground in the 1948 Grand Final replay? A. Norm Smith
Q. Which sport has penalty corners? A. Hockey
Q. Which state capital has the NIS beach volleyball training centre? A. Adelaide
Q. Which two players can shoot goals in the game of netball? A. GS & GA
Q. Which US state has the most national parks? A. Alaska
Q. Which US state name means reddish coloured? A. Colorado
Q. Which was the 1st country to win back-to-back soccer world cups? A. Italy
Q. Who are the actors who play Kath and Kim? A. Jane Turney and Gina Riley
Q. Who coached Adelaide to their first AFL flag? A. Malcolm Blight
Q. Who created the Polo fashion label? A. Ralph Lauren
Q. Who did the voiceovers on 'Hey Hey It's Saturday'? A. John Blackman
Q. Who dismissed Don Bradman in his final test innings? A. Eric Hollies
Q. Who established the missionaries of charity in Calcutta in 1950? A. Mother Theresa
Q. Who is lead singer of the band "Thirty Odd Foot of Grunt"? A. Russell Crowe
Q. Who is Radioactive Man's sidekick in the Simpsons? A. Fallout Boy
Q. Who is the Roman equivalent of the Greek God Poseidon? A. Neptune
Q. Who lived at 4 Privet Drive? A. Harry Potter
Q. Who or what was seabiscuit? A. A race horse
Q. Who partnered Annie Lennox in the Eurythmics? A. Dave Stewart
Q. Who presents All Aussie Adventures? A. Russell Coight
Q. Who was runner up in the 2005 Australian Open males singles? A. Lleyton Hewitt
Q. Who was Sherlock Holmes's medical associate? A. Dr Watson
Q. Who was the 1st coach of the Swans in their new home in Sydney? A. Rick Quade
Q. Who was the religious member of the Merry Men? A. Friar Tuck
Q. Who was the voice of the king in Shrek 2? A. John Cleese
Q. Who was the women's world champion surfer in 2003? A. Layne Beachley
Q. Who won best actor at the 2006 Academy Awards? A. Philip Seymour Hoffman
Q. Who won his 7th Tour de France in a row in 2005? A. Lance Armstrong
Q. Who won the 2003 F1 GP in Melbourne? A. David Coulthard
Q. Who won the 2006 FIFA World Cup golden boot? A. Miroslav Klose (Germany)
Q. Who won the inaugural Sydney to Melbourne footrace? A. Cliff Young
Q. Who wrote songs of the Sentimental Bloke? A. CJ Dennis
Q. Whose ads said a little dab'll do you? A. Brylcreem
Q. Winner of 1st surfing championship at Manly in 1965? A. Midget Farrelly
Q. With which sport do you associate the name Mario Andretti? A. Motor Sport
Q. With which sport is the Ryder Cup associated? A. Golf
Q. World's most photographed timepiece? A. Big Ben

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Q. For the love of an Aussie flick; What Oscar winner appeared in the movie Lantana? A. Geoffery Rush
Q. For the love of blue heelers; What do initials P.J. stand for in P.J. Hasham's name? A. Patrick Joseph

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Q. Clean up Australia day is held annually on the first weekend of which month? A. March
Q. How much of the earth's greenhouse gases does the USA create? A. Nearly one quarter
Q. In 2007, how many world heritage sites did Australia have? A. 17
Q. In Australia, what % of aluminuum cans are recycled? A. Approx. 67%
Q. In Australia, what % of glass bottles and jars are recycled? A. Approx. 44%
Q. In New Zealand English, what is the generic term used for the word thongs? A. Jandals
Q. On which Sydney beach is the soap Home and Away filmed? A. Palm Beach
Q. What are Australia's most common tree species? A. Eucalyptus trees
Q. What is Australia's most distant island? A. Macquarie Island (200km closer to the Antarctic than TAS)
Q. What is the largest sand island in the world? A. Fraser Island
Q. What is the lowest point of the Australian continent? A. The dry bed of Lake Eyre
Q. Which beach has the world's whitest sand? A. Hyams Beach, south of Sydney

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Q. In October of what year was the first Holden Commodore launched? A. 1978
Q. In what year was the Holden Monaro launched? A. 1968
Q. Martindale Hall at Mintaro was the location for which film? A. Picnic at Hanging Rock
Q. Near which town is Warrawong Sanctuary? A. Mylor
Q. What animal is represented on the South Australian flag? A. Piping Shrike
Q. What is the floral emblem of South Australia? A. Sturt Desert Pea
Q. What is the lowest score for a domestic one day match? A. 51 (South Australia)
Q. What is the name of South Australia's historic tall ship first launched in 1920? A. The Falie
Q. What year did Greg Anderson win the Magarey Medal? A. 1986
Q. What year did Malcolm Blight win the Magarey medal? A. 1972
Q. What year did Nigel Mansell win the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide? A. 1994
Q. What year did the SA Film Corporation commence? A. 1972
Q. What year was the Crafers Freeway tunnel completed? A. 1998
Q. What year was the current Adelaide oval scoreboard built? A. 1911
Q. When did South Adelaide last win a SANFL premiership? A. 1964
Q. When did the Adelaide town hall open? A. 1866
Q. When was daylight saving introduced? A. 1942
Q. When were radar speed cameras introduced into SA? A. 1990
Q. Where in SA would you find the big lobster? A. Kingston S.E.
Q. Where in SA would you find the statue of a miner named 'Map Kernow'? A. Kapunda
Q. Where is the Australian Motor museum? A. Birdwood
Q. Where would you find the old gum tree? A. Glenelg
Q. Which early explorer named the River Murray? A. Capt. Charles Sturt
Q. Which South Australian won an equestrian gold medal at Barcelona in 1992? A. Gillian Rolton
Q. Which South Australian won an Olympic gold medal for weighlifting in LA in 1984? A. Dean Lukin
Q. Which town lies at the foot of Mt Remarkable? A. Melrose
Q. Who hit the winning run at the 1999 cricket world cup? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Who replaced Greg Chappell as the coach of the West End Redbacks? A. Wayne Phillips
Q. Who took the winning catch at the 2003 Cricket World Cup? A. Darren Lehmann
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1993? A. Tony McGuinness
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1994? A. Shaun Rehn
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1997? A. Andrew Mcleod
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 1999? A. Ben Hart
Q. Who was the Crows Club champion in 2000? A. Simon Goodwin
Q. Who was the first surveyor general of Adelaide? A. Colonel William Light
Q. Who was the power leading goal kicker in 1998? A. Warren Tredrea
Q. Who won the 1986 Australian Grand Prix? A. Alain Prost
Q. Who won the 1995 SANFL premiership? A. Port Adelaide
Q. Who won the first Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1985? A. Keke Rosberg
Q. Who won the Magarey medal in 1987 and again in 1997? A. Andrew Jarman
Q. Who won the Power Best and Fairest in 2001? A. Warren Tredrea

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Q. What street car motoring event is help every January in Canberra? A. Summernats

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Q. When was Shaun Pollock named Wisden Cricketer of the year? A. 2003
Q. Who did the bat toss in Sydney for the 2008 XXXX Gold Beach Cracket series? A. Greg Murphy

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Q. In what year did the grand prix move from Adelaide to Melbourne? A. 1996
Q. In what year was Queensland proclaimed? A. 1959
Q. In what year was vegemite created A) 1923 B) 1938 C) 1955 D) 1962 A. A
Q. Name the first one-day international Australian cricket captain? A. Bill Lawry
Q. Name the ingredients in beer that causes fermentation to take place A. Yeast
Q. The largest sand island in the world is Australian. What is its name? A. Fraser Island
Q. What breed of dog incorporates the name of a bird of prey? A. Breagle
Q. What song does the line 'Up came the troopers one, two, three' belong to? A. Waltzing Matilda
Q. What was Sir Viv Richards highest score? A. 291 V Eng 1976
Q. What was the name of the cyclone that devastated NTH QLD in March 2006? A. Cyclone Larry
Q. Which member of INXs was president of the Manly cricket club? A. Tim Farris
Q. Who were their opponents when the Bronco's returned to Suncorp stadium in 2003? A. Newcastle

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For the Love of an Icon Q. Who won the first gold Logie? A. Graham Kennedy
Q. 'Sweet Child o' Mine' was released on which Guns n' Roses album? A. Appetite for Destruction
Q. In 1977, who became the first woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500? A. Janet Guthrie
Q. In 1995, where was the third rugby wold cup held? A. South Africa
Q. In which year did Mal Meninga first play for Queensland? A. 1979
Q. In which year was the first Golden Slipper race run? A. 1957
Q. Name the largest coral reef in the world? A. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
Q. What animal is the symbol of Tooheys? A. Stag
Q. What are the names of the original Toohey brothers? A. John Thomas and James Matthew
Q. What is Queensland's highest mountain? A. Mt Bartle Frere
Q. What is the Beaufort scale used to measure? A. Wind velocity/Intensity
Q. What was the name of Silverchair's first album? A. Frogstomp
Q. When was David Boons test cricket debut? A. Nov 23-26, 1984
Q. When was Shane Warne's one day international debut? A. Wellington -24/3/1993
Q. Where is the steepest incline railway in the world located? A. Blue Mountains, NSW
Q. Where was Tooheys worlds biggest BBQ held in 1993? A. Warwick Farm Racecouse
Q. Which James Bond villain wore a deadly bowler hat? A. Oddjob
Q. Which team won the AFL grand final in 1995? A. Carlton
Q. Who captained the Australian rugby union team during the 1999 rugby world cup? A. John Eales
Q. Who won the Tooheys New medal in 2005? A. Peter Hewat

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Q. At which world cup was the red and yellow card system first used? A. 1970
Q. Has Mexico ever won a World Cup? A. No
Q. How many games did the Socceroos play in the qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup? A. 8
Q. How many hat-tricks have been scored in World Cup history? A. 48
Q. How many players were in the whole Socceroos squad in the 2006 World Cup? A. 23
Q. How many World Cups did Pele' play in? A. 4
Q. How many years has Australia qualified for the World Cup since 1974? A. 3 (1974, 2006 & 2010)
Q. In the 1990 World Cup, who was Cameroon's leading goal scorer? A. Roger Milla
Q. Name the dog who found the lost World Cup trophy? A. Pickles
Q. Name the Socceroos theme song from the 2006 World Cup? A. Green and Gold
Q. The 1974 World Cup final was delayed because what were missing? A. Flag posts
Q. The current world cup trophy is made of gold but which other colour appears at the base? A. Green
Q. The Giuseppe Meazza Stadium is the home ground of which two Italian clubs? A. C Milan and Inter Milan
Q. True or false: the Socceroos were one of the first nations to qualify for the 2010 World Cup? A. True
Q. What is Maradona's christian name? A. Diego
Q. What is the most common final score in a World Cup finals match? A. 1-0
Q. What is the name of Liverpool FC's famous stand? A. The Kop
Q. What is the nickname of Arsenal FC? A. The Gunners
Q. What position does Josh Kennedy play for the Socceroos? A. Striker
Q. What position does Socceroos Scott Chipperfield play? A. Defender
Q. What was the Socceroos' final 'for and against' score from the 2006 World Cup in Germany? A. 5-6
Q. What was the World Cup trophy called from 1930 to 1970? A. Jules Rimet
Q. Which African nation became the first to reach the last 8 of the World Cup finals in 1990? A. Cameroon
Q. Which country does Christiano Ronaldo play for? A. Portugal
Q. Which country has won the most World Cups? A. Brazil
Q. Which country hosted the 2004 UEFA European football championships? A. Portugal
Q. Which country is hosting the 2010 World Cup? A. South Africa
Q. Which country was the runner up at the 2006 World Cup? A. France
Q. Which country was Thierry Henry born in? A. France
Q. Which country won the EUFA European football championship in 2008? A. Spain
Q. Which English club did Socceroos captain, Lucas Neill, sign with in 2009? A. Everton
Q. Which English team does Tim Cahill play for? A. Everton
Q. Which former English manager died in 2009? A. Sir Bobby Robson
Q. Which national laegue does Harry Kewell currently play in? A. Turkish
Q. Which Socceroo scored the most goals throughout the 2006 world cup finals? A. Tim Cahill
Q. Which Socceroo scored twice against Japan in the 2006 World Cup? A. Tim Cahill
Q. Which team did David Beckham play for in 2007? A. LA Galaxy
Q. Which team has the most UEFA champions league trophies? A. Real Madrid
Q. Which team won in Sydney at the 2000 football Olympic final? A. Cameroon
Q. Which team won the 2005 F.A. Cup? A. Arsenal
Q. Which team won the 2008/09 UEFA champions league? A. FC Barcelona
Q. Which year did Australia first qualify for the World Cup? A. 1974
Q. Who did the Socceroos play when they qualified for the 2010 World Cup? A. Qatar (0-0 draw)
Q. Who is the 2nd leading goal scorer in Socceroos history? A. John Aloisi
Q. Who is the captain of the Socceroos? A. Lucas Neill
Q. Who is the coach of the Socceroos? A. Pim Verbeek
Q. Who is the current first choise Socceroos goal keeper? A. Schwarzer
Q. Who knocked the Socceroos out of the World Cup in 2006? A. Italy
Q. Who was the Socceroos coach for the 2006 World Cup? A. Guus Hiddink
Q. Who won the first World Cup in 1930? A. Uruguay

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Q. What animal is the symbol of Tooheys? A. Stag

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For the Love of NSW Q. Which year was the bank of NSW established? A. 1817

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