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Trivia Tuesday: Round Four

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It's round four of Trivia Tuesday and now the leaderboard is really heating up! Whether you're a Rabbitohs fan-girl/or boy, 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. 

It's time to test your knowledge with Trivia Tuesdays round four!

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.

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Q: What number did Damien Cook wear in his Rabbitohs debut?

A: 14

Q: In 2019, we started the season winning nine from 10 games with our only loss coming in golden point. Who was that against?

A: Manly

Q: What year did the Rabbitohs win the minor premiership?

A: 1989

Q: Name John Sutton's order of positions during his career?

A: Centre, Five Eighth/Lock, Second Row

Q: Who am I? A former Rabbitohs hardman I made my debut for the Club in 1986, coming through Souths Juniors. While I was born in London, I represented both NSW and Australia and finished my career at Manly and then the Cowboys. I was as tough as the came!

A: Ian Roberts

Q: What is the Rabbitohs current for-and-against?

A: 40-40

Q: How many players have scored 100 first grade tries or more for the Rabbitohs?

A: 5

Q: How many first grade competition matches have the Rabbitohs won in their history?

A: 1116

Q: How many Rabbitohs first grade games combined have the Burgess Brothers played?

A: 523

Q: The Rabbitohs are the only Club in history to go through a season undefeated. What year was that?

A: 1925

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