The Echo sports quiz: Cork GAA captains, rugby, Liverpool and venues

The Echo sports quiz: Cork GAA captains, rugby, Liverpool and venues
Cork goalkeeper Donal Óg Cusack. Question 5. Picture: Pat Murphy/SPORTSFILE

CORK GAA CAPTAINS:

1. Who is the only woman to captain Cork to All-Ireland camogie and ladies’ football titles?

2. With Graham Canty carrying an injury and unable to start, who captained Cork in the 2010 All-Ireland football final?

Picture: Eddie O'Hare
Picture: Eddie O'Hare

3. Who was Cork senior hurling captain in 2001 and 2004?

4. Who captained the last Cork ladies’ football team to win the Brendan Martin Cup?

5. Dónal Óg Cusack was appointed Cork hurling captain for 2012, but missed the championship due to injury — who replaced him?

6. Who is the current Cork senior football captain?

7. Who is the last man to captain Cork to the Munster senior hurling title?

8. Which was the last year that the county senior championship-winning sides chose the Cork captains?

9. Who captained the Cork football team in 1976, 1982 and 1989?

10. In 2002, the two county senior champions, Blackrock and Nemo Rangers, were captained by that year’s Cork captains, name either of them.

RUGBY:

11. Which Rugby World Cup’s largest attendance was a group game?

12. Which country was the last to provide both teams for a Heineken Cup/Champions Cup final?

13. Ronan O’Gara is head coach of which Top 14 side?

14. Which Cork club plays its home games at Woodleigh Park?

15. Which countries were the first to meet twice in Rugby World Cup finals, with the host country defeated in each case?

16. In which year was the value of a try increased from four points to five — 1992, 1993 or 1994?

17. Who won the 2018-19 All-Ireland League?

18. When did Scotland last win the Five or Six Nations Championship — 1990, 1996 or 2001?

19. Who preceded Steve Hansen as head coach of the New Zealand national team?

20. Since the Five Nations changed to the Six Nations in 2000, which country has won the most Grand slams?

LIVERPOOL’S 2004-05 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE-WINNING SEASON

21. Where did Liverpool finish in the 2004-05 Premier League?

22. Which of these players did not score a penalty for Liverpool in the 2005 Champions League final — Dietman Hamann, Djibril Cissé, Vladimir Smicer, Milan Baros?

Milan Baros.
Milan Baros.

23. Apart from Olympiacos, who else did Liverpool lose to in the Champions League group stage?

24. Which defender did Liverpool sign from Malaga in the summer of 2004?

25. Who did Liverpool beat in the last 16 of the Champions League?

26. Which member of the Liverpool’s starting 11 for the Champions League final had the highest shirt number?

27. Who beat Liverpool in the 2004-05 Carling Cup final?

28. Which Ireland international was substituted at half-time in the Champions League final as Dietmar Hamann came on?

29. Whose own-goal led to Liverpool losing 1-0 to Burnley in the third round of the FA Cup?

30. Which Englishman was Liverpool’s substitute goalkeeper for the Champions League final?

AT HOME – WHO PLAYS HERE?

31. Rodney Parade (Pro 14 rugby)

32. Mac Cumhaill Park (GAA county)

33. Ferrycarrig Park (League of Ireland)

34. Vicarage Road (Premier League)

35. Ellis Park (international rugby)

36. Citi Field (baseball)

37. Bootham Crescent (English Football League)

38. Church Road (Cork GAA)

Valley Rovers and Cloyne do battle in a championship game at Church Road. 
Valley Rovers and Cloyne do battle in a championship game at Church Road. 

39. Stradbrook Road (Irish rugby)

40. Lambeau Field (American football).

ANSWERS: 

CORK CAPTAINS: 

1. Rena Buckley; 2. Michael Shields; 3. Ben O’Connor; 4. Ciara O’Sullivan; 5. Patrick Horgan; 6. Ian Maguire; 7. Séamus Harnedy; 8. 2007; 9. Dinny Allen; 10. Colin Corkery and Wayne Sherlock.

RUGBY:

11. 2015 (Wembley – 89,297 for Ireland v Romania); 12. France, in 2014 (Toulon v Clermont Auvergne); 13. La Rochelle; 14. Highfield; 15. England and Australia (1991 and 2003); 16. 1992; 17. Cork Constitution; 18. 1990; 19. Graham Henry; 20. Wales, with four.

LIVERPOOL 2004-05:

21. Fifth; 22. Milan Baros; 23. Monaco; 24. Josemi; 25. Bayer Leverkusen; 26. Jamie Carragher (23); 27. Chelsea; 28. Steve Finnan; 29. Djimi Traore; 30. Scott Carson

AT HOME:

31. Dragons; 32. Donegal; 33. Wexford; 34. Watford; 35. Lions/Golden Lions; 36. New York Mets; 37. York City; 38. Blackrock National Hurling Club; 39. Blackrock College Rugby Football Club; 40. Green Bay Packers

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