IT is May 1, 2021, otherwise known in these parts as Greg Inglis Day.

We could not let the rugby league superstar's Warrington Wolves debut performance pass without a quiz to find out how much you really know about the Australian icon.

There are 11 questions, a couple of pictures from the 34-year-old's astonishing career so far and then the answers for when you are ready to see them.

Here goes:

1. What is the name of GI's famous try celebration?

a) the iguana

b) the gorilla

c) the goanna

2. Who were the opponents when GI made his Australian NRL debut for Melbourne Storm in 2005?

a) Brisbane Broncos

b) Parramatta Eels

c) Canterbury Bulldogs

3. Did GI make more appearances for his first NRL club, Melbourne Storm, or his second club, South Sydney Rabbitohs?

4. What is GI's middle name?

a) Paul

b) Joel

c) David

5. Which of these former Super League players is a cousin of GI?

a) Albert Kelly

b) Chris Sandow

c) Ben Barba

6. Did GI score more tries for Melbourne Storm or South Sydney Rabbitohs?

7. Who were the opponents when GI played his last game in the NRL for the Bunnies?

a) St George Illawarra Dragons

b) Sydney Roosters

c) Parramatta Eels

8. How many times has GI won the Golden Boot Award as the world's greatest player?

a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

9. On the first of his 32 State of Origin games for Queensland against New South Wales back in 2006, how many tries did he score?

a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

10. In his 39 games for Australia, how many times did he score a hat-trick?

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

11. Will GI become the oldest player to make his Super League debut for Warrington when he plays against Hull KR today?

a) Yes

b) No

Warrington Guardian:

All pictures by

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:


1. c) the goanna (an Australian monitor lizard)

2. b) Parramatta Eels

3. South Sydney Rabbitohs, 146 appearances (Melbourne Storm 117)

4. a) Paul

5. a) Albert Kelly

6. Melbourne Storm 78 (South Sydney Rabbitohs 71)

7. St George Illawarra Dragons (March 21, 2019)

8. b) 1 (2009)

9. c) 2

10. b) 2 (against New Zealand in 2007 and England in 2008)

11. a) Yes (34 years, three months and 16 days, beating Mike Forshaw 34 years, one month and 16 days)