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Enniskerry: Quiz


Question 1: On March 16, 2009 Meredith Vieira and ________ broadcast live in Enniskerry for NBC's Today Show.
Today (NBC program)NBC Nightly NewsEarly TodayAl Roker

Question 2: There are two ________ clubs located in the village; Enniskerry Schoolboys/girls Football Club have twenty teams playing at underage levels, while Enniskerry Youth Club have several teams playing at adult and youth level.
Rugby unionAssociation footballOlympic GamesAssociation football around the world

Question 3: The 185 Dublin Bus route connects the village hourly to ________, the nearest large town.

Question 4: There is also a ________ club in the village, as well as a boxing club.
Gaelic footballInternational rules footballHurlingCamogie

Question 5: Enniskerry was also the setting for some of the scenes of ________'s film of Henry V by William Shakespeare in 1944, and provided many of the extras in the film
Laurence OlivierJohn GielgudAlec GuinnessJack Lemmon

Question 6: ________ recently removed much of the railway embankment in road widening, but left the bridge, which is directly opposite the ornate bridge carrying the watermain over the Cookstown River, a tributary of the River Dargle.
County KilkennyBrayCounty WicklowWicklow Mountains

Question 7: Enniskerry (Irish: Áth na Sceire, meaning "Rugged Ford") is a village located in ________, Ireland, with a population of 2,672 according to the 2006 census.
County WicklowCounty KilkennyBrayWicklow Mountains

Question 8: Strong ecumenical links have been forged over the years between the Roman Catholic parish of St Mary and the ________ parish of St Patrick, Powerscourt, both in the village of Enniskerry, and St Brigid's Church of Ireland in nearby Kilbride.
Episcopal Church (United States)Church of IrelandAnglicanismChurch of England

Question 9: This coincided with an extensive renovation programme that also established the ________ at Powerscourt.
French landscape gardenGarden à la françaiseFountainHistory of gardening

Question 10: Two ________ routes, the 44 and 185, pass through the village.
LuasN11 road (Ireland)Dublin tramwaysDublin Bus


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