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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Tyrone v Kerry at the All-Ireland Football Final in 2005
  The Uragh Stone Circle a Neolithic stone circle in Gleninchaquin Park, County Kerry.
  Ringsend power station in Dublin
  Paul O'Connell reaching for the ball during a line out against Argentina in 2007.

Question 2: [143] He successfully defended his title in July 2008[144] before going on to win the ________ in August.
U.S. Open (golf)2008 PGA ChampionshipPGA ChampionshipRyder Cup

Question 3: In 1921, following an incident in which, despite an earlier promise, the IFA moved an ________ semi-final replay from Dublin to Belfast[136]
IFA PremiershipFA CupScottish CupIrish Cup

Question 4: The Hiberno-Scottish missions, begun by the Irish monk Saint ________, spread the Irish concept of Christianity to pagan England and the Frankish Empire.
BrendanSaint PatrickColumbaCeltic Christianity

Question 5:
Where is Ireland?
New Lebanon
Northern Europe or Western Europe
Mount Vernon

Question 6: One, ________, receiving the Victoria Cross for valour.
Ian Edward FraserXE class submarineBelfastJames Joseph Magennis

Question 7: Ireland also hosted games during the 1991 and the ________ (including a quarter-final).
1999 Rugby World Cup1999 Rugby World Cup squadsIreland at the Rugby World Cup2003 Rugby World Cup

Question 8: Similar to electricity, the natural gas distribution network is also now all-island, with a pipeline linking Gormanston, County Meath, and ________, County Antrim.
BelfastCarrickfergusBallyclareAntrim, County Antrim

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Gubbeen cheese, an example of the resurgence in Irish cheese making
  Emigrants Leave Ireland engraving by Henry Doyle depicting the emigration to America following the Great Famine in Ireland.
  Horse racing in Sligo.
  Gubbeen cheese, an example of the resurgence in Irish cheese making

Question 10: [127] Notable mathematicians include Sir ________, famous for the invention of quaternions.
Isaac NewtonWilliam Rowan HamiltonPierre-Simon LaplaceLeonhard Euler

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