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Question 1: Rugby shirts were formerly made of ________ but are now made of a mix of cotton and polyester or only polyester as this type of material that does not absorb water or mud such as cotton does in the disadvantage of the player.

Question 2: Nevertheless, Rugby League is perceived as the game of the working class people in northern England,[11] and in the ________ of New South Wales and Queensland.
Constitution of AustraliaAustralian court hierarchyStates and territories of AustraliaParliament of Australia

Question 3: [8] By contrast, rugby league has traditionally been seen as a working and ________ pursuit.
Upper classSocial classMiddle classSocial stratification

Question 4: Rugby union is the ________ in New Zealand, South Africa, Wales, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Madagascar.
BarbadosNational sportUnited StatesGuyana

Question 5: The fifteen-a-side version of Rugby Union was last played at the ________ in Paris 1924, with the United States winning the gold medal, defeating France in the final 17-3.
Women's sportsRoller derbyOlympic GamesNetball

Question 6: A field-game resembling rugby football was a game played by ________ called episkyros (Greek: επίσκυρος).
Classical antiquityRoman GreeceAlexander the GreatAncient Greece

Question 7: Rugby Union is administered by the International Rugby Board (IRB), whose headquarters are located in ________, Ireland.

Question 8:
Rugby football, Association football and Cricket are all:
NPOV disputes from October 2009 19th-century introductions Team sports Sports originating in England

Question 9: [9] In Australia support for both codes is concentrated in New South Wales, Queensland and the ________ (see Barassi Line).
Northern TerritoryAustralian Capital TerritoryTasmaniaVictoria (Australia)

Question 10: The same perceived class barrier as exists between the two games in ________ also occurs in these states, fostered by rugby union's prominence and support at private schools.
WalesScotlandUnited KingdomEngland


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