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Congratulations to the winners of our Four Nations Facebook and NRL twitter competition to win tickets to this Sunday's Four Nations opener at Parramatta Stadium. <br><br> They have secured an opportunity to take three friends along to an international spectacular, with Samoa and Tonga playing a curtain-raiser at 1pm, before the Kangaroos take on Papua New Guinea at 4pm. <br><br> Below are the answers to the competition questions on both Facebook and twitter. <br><br> For more information on the Four Nations go to <a href=""></a>, join the Four Nations Facebook page by clicking <a href="">here</a> or follow the NRl on twitter by clicking <a href="">here</a>. <br><br> Tickets for matches in Australia are still available by clicking <a href="">here</a>. <br /><br><br><b>Questions and Answers</b> <br><br> <b>Facebook: Who is the only Papua New Guinean to play in three successful World Club Challenges for three different clubs?</b> Marcus Bai (Melbourne 2000, Leeds 2005, Bradford 2006) <br><br> <b>Facebook: Who did PNG defeat in the Final of the 2009 Pacific Cup to qualify for the Four Nations?</b> <br>Cook Islands <br><br> <b>Twitter: What is Australia’s largest winning margin over PNG?</b> <br>82 – 0 (2000, Townsville) <br><br> <b>Facebook: In what year was the Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League founded?</b> <br> 1949 <br><br> <b>Facebook: Who is the most capped Papua New Guinean in the current Four Nations squad?</b> <br>Rod Griffin – 21 Caps <br><br> <b>Twitter: What is the largest winning margin ever by a PNG team against any opposition?</b> <br>Papua New Guinea def. Cook Islands 86-6 Lloyd Robson (2000) <br><br> <b>Facebook: When did Lote Tuqiri last play for the Kangaroos?</b> <br>2002 <br><br> <b>Facebook: What was the last International Test Match to be held at Parramatta Stadium?</b> <br>Ireland v Samoa –Rugby League World Cup (5th November 2008) <br><br> <b>Facebook: What was the score last time Tonga and Samoa clashed in Sydney, and who won?</b> <br>Samoa 20 – 12 <br><br> <b>Facebook: Which English Super League club has PNG’s Jesse Joe Parker recently signed for?</b> <br>Wakefield-Trinity Wildcats
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