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23-19
3rd-September-2010, 08:52
How many players starting tomorrow nights match also started the miracle match in 2003 ?

Speedy
3rd-September-2010, 08:54
2, Micko and Stringer?

EDIT: Mercier, 3

23-19
3rd-September-2010, 08:55
2, Micko and Stringer?


More ......

23-19
3rd-September-2010, 08:56
Dowling too?


Nope

kikilancefyre
3rd-September-2010, 08:56
Dowling too?

23-19
3rd-September-2010, 08:57
2, Micko and Stringer?

EDIT: Mercier, 3


You win sir, well spotted

Waterfordlad
7th-September-2010, 21:31
Nice question, good one. How about using this type of questionas a regular feature on here?

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 12:23
Now here's a tough one......

Which team last won the Munster Senior Cup without scoring a try?

John123
8th-September-2010, 12:31
Shannon 2007. Too easy!

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 12:36
Shannon 2007. Too easy!


Was that in the final?

I mean the entire competition!

John123
8th-September-2010, 12:40
http://www.munsterrugby.ie/domestic/rugby/domestic_match_cen (http://www.munsterrugby.ie/domestic/rugby/domestic_match_centre.php?section=report&fixid=506 89) tre.php?section=report&fixid=50689

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 12:44
http://www.munsterrugby.ie/domestic/rugby/domestic_match_cen (http://www.munsterrugby.ie/domestic/rugby/domestic_match_centre.php?section=report&fixid=506 89) tre.php?section=report&fixid=50689


No problem there - but that was in the final only. Presumably they scored at least 1 try in the earlier rounds smileys/confused.gif

So - Who were the last winners of the Munster Senior Cup to play the entire competition without scoring a try?

Patman
8th-September-2010, 12:49
Still not Shannon so? smileys/lol.gif

John123
8th-September-2010, 13:12
Ok, question misleading but I'll let you off.....smileys/biggrin.gif

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 13:13
Hint.

It wasn't recent.

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 13:36
Dolphin ....possibly..

Yep smileys/surprised.gif

Lightblue
8th-September-2010, 13:52
Who won The Batemen Cup and told no=one?

John123
8th-September-2010, 13:52
Dolphin ....possibly..

Yep smileys/surprised.gif
Woohoo...Always something fishy about the questions you have..

Boom Boom, wayhay!

Doggycandy
8th-September-2010, 14:38
Easy. Me!

kermit
8th-September-2010, 15:13
Who won The Batemen Cup and told no=one?


Young Munster, 1928.


Name the member of that team whose grandson owns a museum.

Tobyglen
8th-September-2010, 16:22
Who won The Batemen Cup and told no=one?


Young Munster, 1928.


Name the member of that team whose grandson owns a museum.
Danaher Sheehan.

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 16:34
Dolphin ....possibly..

Yep smileys/surprised.gif
Woohoo...Always something fishy about the questions you have..

What year and who scored all their campaign points though? smileys/wink.gif

kermit
8th-September-2010, 17:11
Danaher Sheehan.



smileys/thumb-up.gif

John123
8th-September-2010, 17:12
1956, but the 2nd part of the question is incorrect.

JoeyFantastic
8th-September-2010, 17:13
What member of the Munster set-up (player or management
team) was once in an airforce?

John123
8th-September-2010, 17:22
What member of the Munster set-up (player or management

team) was once in an airforce?

Mr. Payne, heard that before I think.

JoeyFantastic
8th-September-2010, 17:28
What member of the Munster set-up
(player or management
team) was once in an airforce?Mr. Payne, heard that
before I think.

Indeed, hard to get cooler than him in fairness.

Mebawsa Ritchie
8th-September-2010, 17:29
1956, but the 2nd part of the question is incorrect.


I was told 1955, and his name was Coleman - but known as "Cola".

Lightblue
8th-September-2010, 18:24
Danaher Sheehan had another nephew who played for Ireland. Name him.

John123
8th-September-2010, 18:25
1956, but the 2nd part of the question is incorrect.


I was told 1955, and his name was Coleman - but known as "Cola".



Ok I cheated, from the Dolphin website:
<h1>

Norman Coleman</span></span></h1>


Club President
1977/78</span></span></span>

Norman (Cola) is
a member of a family with a long association with the Club. His father, Dicky
captained Dolphin to a first Munster Senior Cup victory in 1921 and was Club
President in 1957/58. His brother Dick was President in 1973/74.</span>

Norman was on
the Munster side narrowly defeated by the All Black’s 6-3 in January 1954 and
was stand in captain in Dolphin’s last Munster Senior Cup victory in 1956,
scoring all the teams points in the competition apart from a single drop goal.</span></span>

Lightblue
8th-September-2010, 18:26
Who scored the last 4 point <S&#079;NG>international </S&#079;NG>try, and against whom?

Lightblue
8th-September-2010, 18:31
I read as a very young lad that in the mist of the past a rugby player had scored a drop goal, caught the ball and scored a try and then converted his own try. Regardless of the score values, would this have ever been possible, by the laws as opposed to physically?

Lightblue
8th-September-2010, 21:08
Wrong.

23-19
9th-September-2010, 05:39
What player played in the 5-nations and the UEFA cup ?

Lightblue
9th-September-2010, 05:49
What player played in the 5-nations and the UEFA cup ?


Tony Ward

23-19
9th-September-2010, 06:21
What player played in the 5-nations and the UEFA cup ?


Tony Ward




Indeed

Piquet
9th-September-2010, 07:50
I read as a very young lad that in the mist of the past a rugby player had scored a drop goal, caught the ball and scored a try and then converted his own try. Regardless of the score values, would this have ever been possible, by the laws as opposed to physically?


No, once the ball is seen, by the ref., to have passed through the posts, a goal is awarded. At this point the ball is "dead".

kermit
9th-September-2010, 08:57
Wrong.


He certainly scored the last4 point international try for Ireland. Did you mean for anyone?