​15 questions for your virtual quiz

​15 questions for your virtual quiz

Virtual pub quizzes have become all the rage since the coronavirus lockdown started, what with video calls being a popular way to stay connected to family and friends. We’ve pulled together some question inspiration for your next one in the calendar to introduce a Scottish Rugby round, or as an excuse to gather up your rugby pals for a bit of fun.

Quiz Questions:

  1. Name five Scotland players to score a hat-trick at a Rugby World Cup?
  2. Scotland and England have contested the Calcutta Cup since 1879. Which two animals are engraved on to the cup?
  3. Who is Scotland’s most capped men’s player?
  4. Who has captained Scotland more times than any other player?
  5. Who scored Scotland’s only try in the 1990 Grand Slam winning game versus England and what was his club at the time?
  6. In what year did Scotland Women last win the Grand Slam and the Home Nations Championship?
  7. Which Scotland player was voted Six Nations player of the Championship in both 2016 and 2017?
  8. What was the record attendance at BT Murrayfield when Scotland beat Wales in 1975?
  9. What team did Scotland defeat in final of HSBC World Sevens Series in London in 2016 to win the Cup?
  10. Name the Scotland try scorers from 2018 win at BT Murrayfield against England in the Six Nations
  11. What is the nickname for the piece of action from Gregor Townsend that helped Scotland win in France back in 1995?
  12. Name all six stadiums that host the Guinness Six Nations fixtures
  13. What player was named as Scotland Women Captain for Women’s Six Nations Campaign 2020 and her position?
  14. Name the current Head Coach of Edinburgh Rugby
  15. Scotland Women Head Coach, Philip Doyle was appointed as Head Coach in 2019. What team had he previously coached to achieve a Grand Slam and Triple Crown in 2013?
  • Expand here for the answers
    1. John Jeffrey, Iwan Tukalo, Ally Hogg, Gavin Hastings and George Horne.
    2. Cobra and Elephant
    3. Ross Ford
    4. Greig Laidlaw (39 times from 76 caps).
    5. Tony Stanger, Hawick RFC.
    6. 1998.
    7. Stuart Hogg.
    8. 104,000.
    9. England.
    10. Huw Jones, Sean Maitland
    11. Toony Flip
    12. Stadio Olimpico, BT Murrayfield, Aviva Stadium, Twickenham and Principality Stadium
    13. Rachel Malcolm, Openside Flanker
    14. Richard Cockerill.
    15. Ireland Women’s National Team

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