Luke Gale Quiz

To celebrate Luke Gale’s birthday, here is a quiz all about the Rhinos half back. Have a go at testing your knowledge about the birthday and see how well you know him.

At what age did Luke sign for Leeds?

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Luke was signed into the club's scholarship age 12 in 2003 and continued into the academy before leaving in 2008.

Prior to signing for the Rhinos, how many Yorkshire clubs has Luke played for?

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He has played for Doncaster (2008), Bradford Bulls (2012-14) and Castleford Tigers (2014-19).

At which local club did Luke play his junior rugby?

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Luke played at South Leeds club Middleton Marauders before being picked up by the Rhinos.

Which country did Luke make his international debut against?

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Luke debuted against New Zealand in the 2016 Four Nations. England would lose at Huddersfield's John Smith's Stadium 16-17; Shaun Johnson kicking a drop goal.

In 2011, Luke scored all 11 points for Harlequins at the Magic Weekend but who was it against?

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He scored two tries, kicked a goal and a drop goal to help Harlequins beat Catalans Dragons 11-6 at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

Luke has been capped by England nine times but only has one try; who was it against?

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The half back scored his only try against Scotland in the 2016 Four Nations. He was one of six different try scorers as Wayne Bennett's side won 38-12.

Luke won the Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel in 2017 but which other players were nominated?

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He was nominated alongside Castleford Tigers team mate Zak Hardaker in 2017 as well as Hull FC's Albert Kelly for the prestigious award. All three players were also included in the Super League Dream Team that season.

Whilst playing for the Rhinos Academy, Luke faced which NRL Academy side in 2005?

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Penrith Panthers visited the UK on a three game tour in 2005, beating the BARLA U18’s, St Helens and Leeds during their tour. Wigan half back Jarrod Sammut ran out for the Panthers alongside St Helens back rower Joseph Paulo, Australia and Tonga international centre Michael Jennings and experienced NRL forward Tim Grant.

Luke Gale Quiz