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Trivia Tuesday: Round Three

Think you know everything South Sydney?

We're back for round three of Trivia Tuesday and now we can see who's at the top of the leaderboard! Whether you're a Rabbitohs Guru or just starting your journey with the Red and Green family, test yourself on this week's round of Rabbitohs Trivia Tuesdays, brought to you by Ingenia Holidays. 

Test your knowledge with Trivia Tuesdays round three!

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.

Take the quiz now!


Q: What was the score at half time in the 2014 Grand Final?

A: 6-0 Rabbitohs

Q: Who scored the first try for the Rabbitohs this season?

A: Adam Reynolds

Q: Who did Souths defeat in that famous 1970 Grand Final?

A: Manly-Warringah

Q: "And now that we're all around the bar, and the Captain's declared it a ....?"

A: Quorum

Q: Who Am I? Playing my junior footy at La Perouse, I made my debut for the Rabbitohs in 2011 and as a youngster I played in two Under 20s Grand Finals. I was awarded best-on-ground for one of them.

A: James Roberts

Q: How many Career tries has Campbell Graham scored?

A: 23

Q: Who Am I? Starting my career on the wing, I shifted to the back-row and have my Rabbitohs player number tattoo'd on my neck. I have played over 100 games for South Sydney and have represented my State.

A: Chris McQueen

Q: In NRL Nines tournaments, who has scored the most bonus point tries for the Rabbitohs?

A: George Burgess

Q: How many times have Souths won the reserve grade and first grade Premierships in the same year?

A: 8

Q: Where did the Rabbitohs play their first ever grade game?

A: Birchgrove Oval

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