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Question 1: He went on to coach for five seasons in the NRL with the ________ and has coached Queensland in four State of Origin series, winning all of them.
2009 Canberra Raiders seasonCanberra Raiders2008 Canberra Raiders season1989 League Legends Cup

Question 2: Also that year, Meninga was named Britain's ________, the first rugby league player to win it.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year AwardBBC Sports Personality Team of the Year AwardRoger FedererBBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year

Question 3: On December 4, 1994 at Béziers, ________, he captained Australia to a 74-0 victory over the French, scoring the final try of the game, and of his career.
FranceItalyUnited KingdomCanada

Question 4: Meninga made his first grade debut in the ________ at the age of 18 with Souths Magpies.
Queensland CupQueensland Rugby LeagueBrisbane Rugby League premiershipSouths Logan Magpies

Question 5: The following year Meninga led the Raiders to another grand final victory against the ________.
Sydney RoostersSouth Sydney RabbitohsPenrith PanthersWests Tigers

Question 6: Meninga was appointed coach of the Raiders in 1997, succeeding three time winner ________, but achieved only moderate success.
Tim SheensMal MeningaLaurie DaleyRicky Stuart

Question 7: John MacDonald ________ Des Morris Wayne Bennett Graham Lowe Wally Lewis Paul Vautin Mark Murray Michael Hagan Mal Meninga
Arthur BeetsonMal MeningaRon CooteBob Fulton

Question 8: Only player to twice captain a ________ (1990 and 1994).
The Ashes (rugby league)2001 Kangaroo tour2003 Kangaroo tourKangaroo Tour

Question 9: Meninga made a successful debut as the Maroons coach in the ________, guiding Queensland to a 2-1 series victory, its first outright series victory since 2001.
Rugby League State of Origin results and statistics2004 State of Origin series2006 State of Origin series2007 Rugby League State of Origin series

Question 10: On October 13, 2006 Meninga was reappointed as coach of the Maroons for the ________ and 2008 State of Origin series[10], both of which Queensland won, taking his record with the Maroons to three wins from three series.
2007 Rugby League State of Origin series2006 State of Origin series2004 State of Origin seriesNew South Wales rugby league team players


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