Rugby World Cup 2019 Mega Quiz

Answer multiple choice questions from the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan
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1. Who won the tournament?
England
South Africa
New Zealand
Wales
The Springboks were 32-12 victors over the English
2. Who was the top try scorer?
Makazole Mapimpi
Jonny May
Jacob Stockdale
Josh Adams
The Welshman crossed the tryline seven times
3. Which two nations contested the final?
England and Wales
New Zealand and Wales
England and South Africa
New Zealand and South Africa
It was a repeat of the 2007 final, in which the Springboks were also triumphant
4. Which two nations contested the opening match?
Japan and Samoa
Japan and Scotland
Japan and Russia
Japan and Ireland
The hosts were 30-10 victors, including a hat trick from Japanese winger Kotaro Matsushima
5. Who scored the first try of the tournament?
Kirill Golosnitsky
Kotaro Matsushima
Josua Tuisova
Yu Tamura
The Russian scored his nation’s only try of the tournament
6. Which city hosted the final?
Fukuoka
Tokyo
Yokohama
Sapporo
The International Stadium also hosted five other matches, including both semi-finals
7. How many matches were cancelled due to the Typhoon Hagibis?
Three
Zero
Two
One
England v France, New Zealand v Italy and Namibia v Canada were all called-off
8. How many nations failed to win a match at the tournament?
Zero
Three
Four
One
Russia, USA, *Namibia and *Canada. *The latter two teams only played three pool matches due to Typhoon Hagibis
9. What was special about South Africa’s win?
Fewest tries conceded in a tournament by the winner
They were the first nation to win the tournament on three occasions
It was the biggest margin of victory in a RWC final
It was the first time a nation had won the tournament after losing a pool match
The Springboks lost 23-13 to the All Blacks in their opening match
10. New Zealand defeated Wales by what scoreline in the Bronze Final?
33-26
23-19
40-17
38-15
It was the first time the All Blacks hadn’t won the tournament since 2007, having won both the 2011 and 2015 editions
11. How many nations competed at the tournament?
20
12
16
24
Split into four groups of five, in which has been the format since 2003
12. Who was the top points scorer?
Handré Poland
Beauden Barrett
Dan Biggar
Owen Farrell
The South African racked up 69 points, including 22 in the final
13. Which referee hosted the final?
Nigel Owens
Wayne Barnes
Romain Poite
Jérôme Garces
Garces became the first Frenchman to officiate a RWC final
14. Which two nations qualified from Pool A?
Japan and Scotland
Ireland and Scotland
Ireland and Samoa
Japan and Ireland
The hosts defeated the Irish 19-12 to top the pool
15. Which two nations qualified from Pool B?
New Zealand and Italy
New Zealand and South Africa
New Zealand and Namibia
South Africa and Italy
The Springboks went on to win the tournament, despite finishing second in the pool
16. Which two nations qualified from Pool C?
England and Argentina
England and France
France and Argentina
France and Tonga
The match between the top two was cancelled due to Typhoon Hagibis
17. Which two nations qualified from Pool D?
Australia and Georgia
Wales and Australia
Wales and Fiji
Australia and Fiji
It was the first time Wales had finished top of a pool in the current format
18. How many red card were shown during the tournament?
Ten
Eight
Six
Four
John Quill of the USA was the first player to be shown red at RWC 2019
19. Which nation failed to qualify for a RWC for the first time in 2019?
Cote d’Ivoire
Spain
Romania
Portugal
Romania, along with Spain and Belgium, were docked points for fielding ineligible players in qualifying
20. How many drop goals were scored at RWC 2019?
Four
Eight
Two
Six
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