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How well do you remember the 2007 Rugby World Cup?

We look back at the sixth installment of the quadrennial tournament.

COME OPEN OLD wounds with us…

At what stage did Ireland exit the competition?
Quarter-finals
Group stage

Group playoff
Last 16
From the quarter-final onwards, just one player registered points for England other than Jonny Wilkinson. Who was that player?
Jason Robinson
Mark Cueto

Josh Lewsey
Phil Vickery
The final featured no tries, but how many successful penalties were kicked in total?
5
6

7
8
Who was the top try scorer?
Bryan Habana
Drew Mitchell

Doug Howlett
Shane Williams
Which of these players was not named in Eddie O'Sullivan's 30-man squad?
Stephen Ferris
Brian Carney

Alan Quinlan
Jamie Heaslip
How many points did Ireland ultimately beat Georgia by?
3
4

5
6
Which of these teams knocked out New Zealand?
South Africa
France

Australia
England
Which of these French players scored two tries against Ireland?
Jean-Baptiste Élissalde
Damien Traille

Clément Poitrenaud
Vincent Clerc
Which team claimed third place in the competition?
Australia
New Zealand

Argentina
France
Which of these players was the top individual points scorer at the tournament?
Percy Montgomery
Felipe Contepomi

Jonny Wilkinson
Nick Evans
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You scored out of !
South Africa
You must really enjoy looking back at the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
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You scored out of !
Argentina
Not perfect but an admirable effort nonetheless.
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You scored out of !
Ireland
Disappointing. You probably should have done better.
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You scored out of !
Namibia
You had a bit of a 'mare in fairness.
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