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Trivia Tuesday: Round Eight

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We're back for round eight of Trivia Tuesday and we're down to the pointy end of the competition!

Whether you're a Rabbitohs die-hard 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. 

OK so the rules - Trivia Tuesdays is made up of 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.

See who's leading the way below!


Q) Four players in the Rabbitohs top squad have fathers who all played first grade. Only one of them played for Souths. Name him.

A) Corey Murray

Q) In 2019 the Rabbitohs managed their equal second biggest win against the Broncos. What year was the other game?

A) 2009

Q) Which team did the Rabbitohs pile on a total of 150 points in three games from 2014-16?

A) Newcastle Knights

Q) How many players of Fijian descent played in the 2014 Grand Final?

A) 3

Q) How many different jerseys did the team wear during the 2019 regular season? (Sponsor changes don't count)

A) 6

Q) Who was the last former Rabbitohs first grade player to coach the team?

A) Arthur Kitinas

Q) Which year saw the first jersey sponsorship?

A) 1976

Q) How many times has the Club won two or more consecutive Premierships?

A) 7

Q) How many reserve grade Premierships does the Club have?

A) 20

Q) Who Am I? I've been around the traps and wasn't seeing consistent first grade until only a few years ago. Prior to linking up at Souths, I played NRL for two other Clubs but my career hit new heights at the Red and Green which included my first rep jumper. I came up through the system playing a bit of Fullback, not these days though I still wear the number one at training.

A) Damien Cook