Bendigo's 2017 Super Sports Quiz – ANSWERS

Strathfieldsaye's 2017 premiership team.
Strathfieldsaye's 2017 premiership team.

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QUESTION 1 Strathfieldsaye trailed Eaglehawk by 20 points at three quarter-time. The Storm kicked 9.1 to 0.3 in the last quarter.

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Bendigo United's Harry Donegan bats in the BDCA grand final.

Bendigo United's Harry Donegan bats in the BDCA grand final.

QUESTION 2 Bendigo United’s Harry Donegan with 40 was the only player to make more than 30 in this year’s BDCA grand final.

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QUESTION 3 – My Kiwi Mate driven by Jodi Quinlan won the Bendigo Pacing Cup in February.

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QUESTION 4 – Geelong defeated Bendigo 76-67 in the SEABL women’s championship game.

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White Hills' Lauren Bowles.

White Hills' Lauren Bowles.

QUESTION 5 – White Hills was the only team to beat Colbinabbin in the Heathcote District league A grade netball competition. The Demons beat the Grasshoppers 55-36 in the second semi-final.

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QUESTION 6 Rhys Ford (9), Sam Barnes (8) and Brady Herdman (8) combined for 25 goals for North Bendigo against Heathcote in round 10.

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Eaglehawk's BASL men's championship team.

Eaglehawk's BASL men's championship team.

QUESTION 7 – Shepparton South, Eaglehawk, Shepparton United and Epsom contested the BASL men’s finals series.

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QUESTION 8 – Former Bendigo Thunder players Emma Grant (Collingwood), Bella Ayre, Jess Kennedy and Sarah Last (Carlton) all played in the inaugural AFLW match in February.

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Golden Gully's Kansas Varker bowls in the EVCA grand final.

Golden Gully's Kansas Varker bowls in the EVCA grand final.

QUESTION 9 – Golden Gully’s Kansas Varker was man of the match for his bag of 5-57 in the EVCA grand final.

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QUESTION 10 – Castlemaine defeated Kyneton 43-30 in round three of the BFNL A grade season. It was the Magpies’ first win since round 14, 2014.

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QUESTION 11 Qewy trained by Charlie Appleby and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy won the Bendigo Cup.

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QUESTION 12 – Dustin Martin was awarded 11 best-on-grounds among his 36 Brownlow Medal votes.

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CHAMPS: Rohan Wight and Alex Porter on their way to victory in the Bendigo International Madison. Picture: NONI HYETT

CHAMPS: Rohan Wight and Alex Porter on their way to victory in the Bendigo International Madison. Picture: NONI HYETT

QUESTION 13 South Australians Rohan Wight and Alex Porter won the Bendigo International Madison.

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QUESTION 14 – Bendigo City drew two games this season and lost 26.

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Eaglehawk's Cory Jacobs.

Eaglehawk's Cory Jacobs.

QUESTION 15 – Eaglehawk’s Cory Jacobs was the last bowler to dismiss Heath Behrens. Behrens was given out lbw to Jacobs for 25 in the grand final.

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QUESTION 16 – Dyami Starks was the Bendigo Braves leading points scorer this year with 495.

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QUESTION 17 – Epsom’s tally of 16 goals against Golden City was the highest in a BASL women’s match this year.

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Bendigo Thunder's Jac Louttit.

Bendigo Thunder's Jac Louttit.

QUESTION 18 – Bendigo Thunder ruckman Jac Louttit won the best on ground medal in the grand final.

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QUESTION 19 Lucas Herbert (-7) finished four shots behind Australian Open winner Cameron Davis (-11).

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The scorebook of Jeremy Brown's 215.

The scorebook of Jeremy Brown's 215.

QUESTION 20Jeremy Brown took just 131 balls to make 215 against Bendigo United.

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Golden Square's Jack Geary.

Golden Square's Jack Geary.

QUESTION 21 Golden Square’s Jack Geary with 14 votes finished runner-up to Strathfieldsaye’s Lachlan Sharp (18) in the Michelsen Medal.

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QUESTION 22 Slovenian Tamara Zidansek won the Bendigo International tennis tournament final 5-7, 6-1, 6-0 against Olivia Rogowska.

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QUESTION 23 – Roman Reigns beat The Undertaker in the main event of WWE Wrestlemania.

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QUESTION 24 – The BDCA won no games at Melbourne Country Week in February and has been relegated to division two.

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QUESTION 25 – The Bendigo Spirit played Townsville in its 250th game and was beaten 94-59.

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QUESTION 26 – Luke Marchesi kicked four goals in Calivil United’s LVFNL grand final win over Bridgewater.

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Pyramid Hill's A grade premiership team.

Pyramid Hill's A grade premiership team.

QUESTION 27 – Pyramid Hill finished third on the LVFNL A grade netball ladder after the home and away season before going on to win the premiership.

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QUESTION 28 Michel Curtis was the only Strathfieldsaye player not dismissed by Cameron Taylor.

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QUESTION 29 – Kevin Walker with four was Bendigo City FC’s leading goalscorer this year.

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QUESTION 30 – Maryborough defeated Castlemaine by 58 points, 17.12 (114) to 8.8 (56), to end its losing streak.

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Bendigo's BBD division one premiership team in March.

Bendigo's BBD division one premiership team in March.

QUESTION 31 – Andrew Brown, Damien Mason, Barry Ansett and Ian Ross were Bendigo’s four premiership skippers.

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QUESTION 32 – Heather Oliver (33) and Maddy Stewart (32) combined for 65 votes in the Betty Thompson Medal.

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QUESTION 33 – Nine goals were enough for Wycheproof-Narraport to win the NCFL grand final. The Demons won 9.7 (61) to 7.9 (51).

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QUESTION 34 Paddy Dow (Carlton, No.3), Lochie O’Brien (Carlton, No.10), Jarrod Brander (West Coast, No.13), Brent Daniels (GWS Giants, No.27), Kane Farrell (Port Adelaide, No.51) and Angus Schumacher (Carlton, No.70) were the six Bendigo Pioneer-listed players drafted.

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QUESTION 35 – Ryan O’Sullivan polled 33 votes to win the NCFL Feeny Medal, the most since Wycheproof’s Alec Denney with 34 in 1952.

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QUESTION 36 – Geelong’s Tom Hawkins and Essendon’s Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti kicked four goals each. The Cats won 1.17.11 (122) to 2.12.10 (100) at the QEO.