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  1981 Springbok Tour of NZ Quiz
Question Number 1
The All Blacks didn't tour South African until after apartheid...
A. 1981
B. 1990 onwards
C. 1981 onwards
D. 1916
Question Number 2
Who was Norman Kirk?
A. National PM from 1970 - 1972 until his death from heart problems
B. Labour PM from 1970 - 1972 until his death from heart problems
C. National PM from 1972 - 1974 until his death from heart problems
D. Labour PM from 1972 - 1974 until his death from heart problems
Question Number 3
When did apartheid lift?
A. 1994
B. 1981
C. 1916
D. 1990
Question Number 4
South African apartheid laws had an impact on All Black team selection from...
A. Late 1950s - early 1960s
B. 1981 - onwards
C. 1916 - 1945
D. 1940s - 1960s
Question Number 5
What happened at the Hamilton game?
A. 350 protestors broke fence and stopped game. Police arrested 50 then cancelled game.
B. 150 protestors broke fence and stopped game. Police arrested 100 then cancelled game.
C. 150 protestors broke fence and stopped game. Police arrested 50 then cancelled game.
D. 150 protestors broke fence and stopped game. Police arrested 50 then continued game.
Question Number 6
Who piloted the plane at the Hamilton game?
A. Norman Kirk
B. Roger Casement
C. Pat McQuarrie
D. Robert Muldoon
Question Number 7
How many Kiwis were against the tour by the end of it?
A. 54%
B. 43%
C. 92%
D. 53%
Question Number 8
Who was the Australian PM and what did he do to show his opposition to the tour?
A. Norman Kirk. He refused the Springboks' aircraft to refuel at Aus territory en route to New Zealand
B. Malcolm Fraser. He refused the Springboks' aircraft to refuel at Aus territory en route to New Zealand
C. Fraser Malcomson. He refused the Springboks' aircraft to refuel at Aus territory en route to New Zealand
D. Manfred Fraser. He refused the Springboks' aircraft to refuel at Aus territory en route to New Zealand
Question Number 9
When was the Gleneage's agreement signed?
A. 1981
B. 1916
C. 1977
D. 1994
Question Number 10
How many Kiwis were against the tour at its beginning?
A. 2%
B. 44%
C. 54%
D. 43%
Question Number 11
A lot of pressure from protest groups and African nations was put to the test in...
A. 1980
B. Early 1980s
C. 1916
D. 1981
Question Number 12
Who boycotted the 1976 Montreal Olympics?
A. 15 African states
B. 20 African states
C. Australia
D. 25 African States
Question Number 13
When did Kiwi opinion about apartheid begin to stir?
A. 1916
B. 1981
C. Late '50s and early '60s
D. 1990 onwards
Question Number 14
After 1981, when did the All Blacks win the World Cup?
A. 1982
B. 1987
C. 1916
D. 1994
Question Number 15
What did Muldoon do in 1980 due to the Gleneagles Agreement?
A. He put pressure on the Rugby Union to cancel the tour, but, when they refused, he interfered
B. He put pressure on the Rugby Union to cancel the tour, but, when they refused, he did not interfere
C. He cancelled the tour
D. He did nothing
Question Number 16
Who is Robert Muldoon?
A. National PM from 1976 - 1984
B. Labour PM from 1972 - 1981
C. National PM from 1972 - 1981
D. National PM from 1975 - 1984
Question Number 17
When did the SAF government request the exclusion of Maoris?
A. 1950s
B. 1916
C. 1940s
D. 1981
Question Number 18
When did Norman Kirk cancel the Springbok tour?
A. 1973
B. 1974
C. 1975
D. 1972
Question Number 19
When did the NZ Rugby Union propose a tour after 1981 and what happened?
A. 1982, it was stopped by the High Court
B. 1985, nothing happened
C. 1986, it was stopped by the High Court
D. 1985, it was stopped by the High Court
Question Number 20
Which of the following reasons did NOT cause Norman Kirk to cancel the 1973 tour?
A. Protests in the 1970s
B. The Hamilton game was interrupted
C. The 1973 Christchurch Olympics
D. SAF refused to allow Maori players, despite protests
Question Number 21
NZ and SAF shared sporting rivalry up until when?
A. 1960s
B. 1940s
C. 1970s
D. 1981
Question Number 22
When was HART formed?
A. 1969
B. 1981
C. 1970
D. 1916
Question Number 23
What does HART stand for?
A. Halt All Racial Tours
B. Have A Roast Turkey
C. Halt All Racist Tours
D. Had Any Recent Tantrums?
Question Number 24
The Olympics were boycotted in...?
A. 1976, Montreal
B. 1916, Dublin
C. 1980, Montreal
D. 1976, Christchurch
Question Number 25
The Hamilton game was played on...?
A. July 16, 1981
B. July 19, 1981
C. July 12, 1981
D. July 15, 1981
Question Number 26
What were the black and white populations of SAF?
A. Black: 20 million, white: 10 million
B. Black: 20 million, white: 5 million
C. Black: 5 million, white: 20 million
D. Black: 9 million, white: 40 million
Question Number 27
When was apartheid introduced?
A. 1942
B. 1994
C. 1948
D. 1949
Question Number 28
150,000 Kiwis signed the "No Maoris, No tour" petition in...?
A. 1960
B. 1980
C. 1970
D. 1916
Question Number 29
Describe the 1981 Springbok tour
A. Controversial tour of the Springboks coming to Australia
B. Pleasant tour of the Springboks coming to New Zealand
C. Controversial tour of the Springboks coming to New Zealand
D. Controversial tour of the All Blacks goming to South Africa
Question Number 30
When did protests put pressure on the NZ Rugby Union to play a mixed team or no team at all?
A. 1920s
B. 1980s
C. 1960s
D. 1970s





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