How well do you know your Rabbitohs?
Are you a Rabbitohs Guru or just starting your journey with the Red and Green family? Test yourself on this week's first round of Rabbitohs Trivia Tuesday, brought to you by Ingenia Holidays.
This week's Trivia Tuesdays will feature 10 questions about your Rabbitohs, its players and games. Questions are broken down into three categories; EASY worth one (1) point, MEDIUM worth two (2) points and HARD worth three (3) points.
WEEK ONE TRIVIA ANSWERS:
Q: Souths were born on a hot summer's day 17 January 1908. Which day of the week was it?
Q: Name Cameron Murray's Junior Club
A: Mascot Juniors
Q: What game did John Sutton overtake Bob McCarthy for most games?
A: Round 5, 2014 vs Dragons at the SCG.
Q: Which NRL side did Greg Inglis make his Rabbitohs debut against?
A: Sydney Roosters
Q: How many grand finals have the Rabbitohs been in?
Q: How many premierships did Bob McCarthy win?
A: 3, He played in the reserve grade winning GF in 1968.
Q: What year did the rabbit emblem first appear on the jersey?
Q: Who captained Souths more often, Jack Rayner or John Sattler?
A: Jack Rayner 180, John Sattler 129
Q: How many coaches have Souths had since and including 1980?
Bill Anderson, Ron Willey, George Piggins, Frank Curry, Bob McCarthy, Ken Shine, Steve Martin, Craig Coleman, Paul Langmack, Arthur Kitinas, Shaun McRae, Jason Taylor, John Lang, Michael Maguire, Anthony Seibold, Wayne Bennett.
Q: Which legendary player of the 1920s was called the 'Silver Belt' ?
A: Howard Hallett
How did he get the name?
Boxing champions in those days received silver belts, and Hallett was unquestionably a champion in his specialised field. He was also known as the 'Rock Of Gibraltar' - a reference of his masterly catching of the ball. Whenever the ball saied his way, Souths supporters would shout out 'In the bag'.