1. If the match was televised for 2.5 hours from 8 p.m. and the interval was 2 / 5 ths of the way through – at what time were the adverts ?

2. Hull KR played 500 matches, home and away in a ratio of 2 : 3. How many of each were played ?

3. Wigan supporters travelled 15 miles to watch an away match. If there were 20 000 supporters, what total distance did they travel ?

4. The stadium had 2 000 places for spectators, but only 90% of the seats were sold. How many of the seats were empty ?

5. A ticket cost £8.50, so what revenue did the club earn that match ?

6. The hot dog stand sold 750 hotdogs (40% of them with mustard and 60% with ketchup) – how many of each is that ?

7. One of the rugby players threw the ball 120 m, but his team mate was 3 / 4 of this distance away – how far away was he ?

8. If a rugby goalpost is 10 m high and the the cross bar is 3 / 5 ths of the way up – how high does the ball have to be thrown to score ?

9. The referee ran at a speed of 2.5 km / hour – how long did it take him to run across the 1000 m pitch ?

10. The referee blew the whistle 3 times every 8 minutes. In two hours, how often is that ?

11. The referee gave out 12 cards – yellow and red in a ratio of 1 : 3. How many of each did he give out ?

12. Of the twelve players in one team, two were sent off. What decimal, fraction and percentage is this ?

13. In the scrum, there were 24 players and 3 of team fell over. What decimal, fraction and percentage is this ?

Scoreboard

Add the total scores, horizontally and vertically.

HULL 9 KEIGHLEY 8 =

LEIGH 1 WARRINGTON 8 =

WIGAN 4 BOLTON 12 =

PRESTON 5 LEEDS 8 =

GRIMSBY 10 FEATHERSTONE 12 =

DONCASTER 12 CARLISLE 9 =

Changing Places

Can you guess what these famous rugby towns are ?

__ ULL

H__ __ D __ NGLEY

DONC__ST__R

W__RKINGT__N

W__KEF__ELD

F__ __ THERSTONE

CARL__SLE

ST. H__L__NS

W__RR__NGTON

W__GAN

H__LL KR.

SH__ __ FIELD MANSF__ __ LD

HUD__ __ __ SFIELD

BRIS__ __ L

MA__ __ STONE

RUNC__ RN

P__ __ STON

GRI__ __ BY

HALIF__ __ L__ __ DSFULH__M

C__STL__FORD

SALFO__D

Rugby Shirts

Add the numbers on the rugby players’ shirts.

4 8

3 6

5 7

9 11

11 4

10 2

General Knowledge

Name five teams rugby that are named after animals and five teams named after colours.

The Prop Forward Game

How many words can you think of that include the letters P – R – O – P ? Example – property, appropriate.

The Half Back Game

How many words can think of containing the word “B – A – C – K” ?

Subs

How many words can you think of that contain a rugby sub ? Example – substantial.

Dedicated to Jack Buckley – Mellor

Answers : 1. 150 / 5 x 2= 60 therefore, 9pm.;

2. H : A 200 : 300;

3. 15 x 20 000 = 300 000 km;

4. 2000 – (2000 / 100 x 90 = 1800) = 200;

5. 1800 x 8.5 = £15, 300;

6. M – 750 / 100 x 40 = 300, K – 750 – 300 = 450;

7. 120 / 4 x 3 = 90 m;

8. 10 / 5 x 3 = 6m;

9. 1 / 2.5 = 0.4 hours = 24 mins;

10. 120 / 8 x 3 = 45;

11. one part = 12 / 4 = 3 therefore, 3 : 9;

12. 0.166r; 2 / 12 = 1 / 6 th; 16.6 %;

13. 0.125; 3 / 24 = 1 / 8 th; 12.5%

Answers : HULL; HEADINGLEY; DONCASTER; WORKINGTON; WAKEFIELD; FEATHERSTONE; CARLISLE; ST. HELENS; WARRINGTON; WIGAN; HULL KR.; SHEFFIELD; MANSFIELD; HUDDERFIELD; BRISTOLMAIDSTONE; RUNCORN; PRESTON; GRIMSBY; HALIFAX; LEEDS; FULHAM; CASTLEFORD; SALFORD

Answers : Blue Dragons; Warrington Wolves; Bradford Bulls; Leeds Rhinos; Wakefield Wildcats; Castleford Tigers

Jacqueline Richards 2007