History Quiz - 90th Anniversary

Mayne History Trivia Quiz – 90th Birthday Black and Gold Ball

  1. Who was Mayne Tigers first representative to go from Queensland to the AFL/VFL? Which team did he play for? (1 point)
  2. Can you name any of the 7 other Mayne Tigers to play in the AFL/VFL? (7points)
  3. Who was the first Queensland/Mayne player to play for the Brisbane Bears? (1 point)
  4. How many games did Jason Akermanis play for the Brisbane Bears/Lions? What year did he win his Brownlow Medal? (2 pts)
  5. What team did Jason Akermanis win his first Premiership with and what year? (1 point)
  6. Which AFL/VFL team did Mick Nolan play for and when did he win the Premiership with that team? (2 points)
  7. Which teams in the VFL/AFL did these Mayne players play for before coming to Mayne? (6 pts) Gordon Bowman, Richard Champion, Mike Darby, John Rantall, Graeme Teasdale, Ron Wilson.
  8. Which local Mayne players have represented both Queensland and Tasmania and which one is in the Tasmania Hall of Fame? (3 pts)
  9. What major achievement did Gordon Bowman have that puts him in the once in a lifetime category? (1 point)
  10. Which Collingwood player had to move to Mayne to win a premiership flag (1 point)
  11. What year did Mayne Tigers start up? (1 point)
  12. Which of these Presidents did not play for Banyo Bloods? Terry Smith, Ian Hawke, Rod Barber, Stan Lavell, Bob Gower, Murdoch Campbell, Greg Fisher, Bob Reed, Glen Pappas, Dick Fell and Russ Ditchburn. (4 pts)
  13. In 1938 Mayne left the QAFL competition to play rugby? True or False. (1 point)
  14. Which years did Clem Ryan win the F.W.De Little medal as the competition’s best and fairest player? (2 pts)
  15. Name the four grounds that Mayne have called “home”. (4 pts)
  16. Where was the clubhouse situated during the late 60s and early 70s? (1 point)
  17. There are 3 reasons why the Breakfast Creek Hotel is an important part of the history of Mayne Tigers – what are they? (3 pts)
  18. What year did Mayne Tigers open the clubhouse at Grafton Street and what year did it close its doors? (2 pts)
  19. What was one of the main features of the “new” club? (1 point)
  20. Name the Patron of the Mayne Tigers who has served for the longest period? (1 point)
  21. There have been some prolific goal kickers in the Mayne Tigers – name four leading goal kickers who have kicked more than 100 goals – from Colts, reserves and senior teams? (4 pts)
  22. Three Mayne Tigers have won the prestigious Grogan Medal, name them? (3pts)
  23. How many goals did Barry Spring kick for Mayne – 385, 445, 585 or 645? (1 point)
  24. Who is the leading goal kicker (most number of goals) between Barry Spring and Dale Woodhall? (1 point)
  25. What is the top tally (goals) in a game for the Tigers and who kicked them? (2 points)
  26. Match the medal and the player: Andrew Housego, Luke Faulkner, Warren Keyes, and Peter Ives matched with Clem Ryan Medal, Todd-Duncanson Medal, Bill Ryan Medal, Duncanson Medal and Bill Clerke Medal. (4 pts)
  27. Place these Tigers players in order of most games played to the least games played from 1924 to 2013. (10 pts) Tony Beckett, Caleb Brown, Luke Ferguson, Ken Hayes, Andrew Housego, Shane Johnson, Corey Massingham, Graham McColm, Mick Nolan and Clem Ryan.
  28. How many times has Andrew Housego been captain of the Mayne Tigers? Who was the previous longest serving captain? (2 pts)
  29. Who were the coach and captain for Mayne’s last game at Keith Beavis Oval in 1997? (2 pts)
  30. Mick Nolan was captain-coach of Mayne how many times? (1 point)
  31. How many premierships have Mayne won? (1 point)
  32. When was the first? (1 point)
  33. When was the last? (1 point)
  34. How many times has Carl Herbert won Mayne’s B&F? (1 point)
  35. How many times has Andrew Housego won Mayne’s B&F? (1 point)
  36. What do Rod Barber and Tom Ditchburn have in common? (1 point)
  37. What was the last flag that Mayne won and when? (1 point) 

Answers to questions

  1. Peter Ellis – Fitzroy 1969-72. (1 point)
  2. Jason Akermanis (248 Bears/Lions and 75 with Western Bulldogs), Tony Beckett (6 Bears), Rudi Frigo (Bears/Lions 8), Matthew Simpson (Bears 9), Carl Herbert (Collingwood 3), Shane Morrison (Bears/Lions 5, Richmond 8 and Dale Woodhall (Collingwood 12). (7 points)
  3. Tony Beckett – 1987. (1 point)
  4. 248. 2001. (2 pts)
  5. Mayne Tigers U15 in 1991. (1 point)
  6. North Melbourne and 1975. (2 points)
  7. Gordon Bowman – Melbourne and Hawthorn, Richard Champion – Brisbane Bears/Lions, Mike Darby – North Melbourne, John Rantall – North Melbourne, South Melbourne and Fitzroy, Graeme Teasdale – Richmond, South Melbourne and Collingwood, Ron Wilson – Melbourne and St Kilda (6 points)
  8. Hedley Thompson and Brent Tapp – Hedley Thompson (3 pts)
  9. He played in premiership teams in 4 states - Melbourne, Vic, Sandy Bay, TAS, Mayne, Qld and Newtown, NSW. (1 point)
  10. Andrew Ireland 1982 (1 point)
  11. 1924 (1 point)
  12. Bob Gower, Murdoch Campbell, Greg Fisher, Bob Reed, (4 pts)
  13. True – they played in 1938 and 1939. (1 point)
  14. ) In 1931 and 1933 and he was the only Mayne player to do so. (2 pts
  15. Perry Park, Mayne; Keith Beavis Oval – Windsor Park, Windsor; Wren Oval, Kedron and Everton Memorial Park, Gaythorne. (4 pts)
  16. 7 Thompson Street, Mayne, in the twin house complex. (1 point)
  17. The Breakfast Creek Hotel was the first watering hole for the Tigers then based at Perry Park and supplied the kegs for the pleasant Sunday mornings that were held down the road in Denaro’s bottle yard, it has hosted the Mayne Tigers raffles on Friday nights since at least 1945 and Mayne have held Mad Monday celebrations there for many years. (3 points)
  18. 26th November 1972 and February 1997. (2 pts)
  19. The Sunday night disco attracting a large crowd every Sunday night. (1 point)
  20. Frank Mallan – 20 years beating out Jack Grogan at 19 years. (1 point)
  21. Luke Faulkner – 136 in 2014, Dale Woodhall – 113 seniors in 1983, Keith Chapman – 106 Colts in 1964 and Bob Hirst – 105 reserves in 1970. (4 pts)
  22. Peter Ives – 1978, Greg Hollick – 1981 and Terry Simmonds – 1987. (3 pts)
  23. Barry Spring kicked 445 goals for the Tigers? (1 point) and he also booted 105 in a season at Banyo.
  24. Barry with 585 (plus 105 at Banyo = 690) to Chook’s 537 (plus 32 at Collingwood and 139 at West Adelaide = 708) (1 point)
  25. 16 Glen Goss. (1 point)
  26. Andrew Housego with Todd-Duncanson (Seniors AFLQ div 2), Luke Faulkner with Bill Ryan (media’s B&F AFLQ Div 2) and Duncanson Medal (Seniors QFA North), Warren Keyes with Bill Clerke(reserve grade) and Peter Ives with Clem Ryan (colts) (4 pts)
  27. The order of most games played to the least games played from 1924 to 2013: Albert Hadwen (281), Tony Beckett (115), Caleb Brown (129), Luke Ferguson (133), Ken Hayes (122), Andrew Housego (243), Shane Johnson (123), Corey Massingham (121), Graham McColm (154), Mick Nolan (103), Clem Ryan (256) and Keane White (100). (10 pts)
  28. Andrew 11 and Clem Ryan 8. (2 pts)
  29. Corey Lynch, captain and Mick Nolan, coach. (2 pts)
  30. 6
  31. 16
  32. 1927
  33. 2014
  34. 4 1982, 1992, 1993 and 1994
  35. 4 2004. 2005, 2007 and 2009
  36. Two B&F for Reserve grade
  37. QFA North 2014 the previous one was the 1986 Colts Premiership 

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