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WATCH: The Crappy Quiz - 2003 Special Edition

Shane Hannon
Shane Hannon

10:32 7 Apr 2020

Welcome along to Tuesday's edition of the shoutiest segment on Irish radio (and a multitude of online platforms) - it's The Crappy Quiz!

Today quizmaster Eoin Sheahan has been putting Ger Gilroy, Tommy Rooney, and Nathan Murphy through their sporting factoid paces.

We had a Saipan quiz special last week, where Adrian Barry came home with the honours. Ger, who did not take part in that one, attested "Saipan is my specialist subject" and as such has called into question the validity of Adrian's win.

2003 Boring Questions Round - (answers at the bottom of this page:)

Q1 From which club did Manchester United sign Tim Howard in the year 2003?

Q2 Mike Weir won the 2003 Masters after a play-off, who did he beat in the play-off?

Q3 2003 was the last time a player who has played for an Irish province scored a try in a World Cup final. Can you name him?

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2003 RWC - The One That Got Away Round:

Q1 Can you name the only English scorer not named Jonny Wilkinson in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final?

Q2 In which city did Ireland get slaughtered by France in the 2003 World Cup quarter-final?

Q3 Australia racked up the biggest winning margin in the history of the Rugby World Cup by winning a pool game on a 142-0 scoreline in 2003, against whom?

Boring Question Round - ANSWERS:

A1 From which club did Manchester United sign Tim Howard in the year 2003? Answer: The New York Red Bulls (or Metro Stars as they were known back then)

A2 Mike Weir won the 2003 Masters after a play-off, who did he beat in the play-off? Answer: Len Mattiace

A3 2003 was the last time a player who has played for an Irish province scored a try in a World Cup final. Can you name him? Answer: Lote Tuqiri

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2003 RWC - The One That Got Away Round - ANSWERS:

A1 Can you name the only English scorer not named Jonny Wilkinson in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final? Answer: Jason Robinson

A2 In which city did Ireland get slaughtered by France in the 2003 World Cup quarter-final? Answer: Melbourne

A3 Australia racked up the biggest winning margin in the history of the Rugby World Cup by winning a pool game on a 142-0 scoreline in 2003, against whom? Answer: Namibia

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