Wednesday, 23 July 2014

William Wallace and The Commonwealth Games

William Wallace
Born 1270 Elderslie,United kingdom, William Wallace is a legend in Scotland he was a Scottish landowner who became one of the main leaders during the wars of Scottish independence.

When Wallace was growing up, King Alexander the 3rd ruled Scotland, He wanted peace in his land sadly he couldn't fulfill that dream because he had died he died by falling off his horse.

William Was appointed Guardian of Scotland until he lost a battle of falkirk in July 1928, In August 1305 he was captured in Robroyston near Glasgow and handed him to king Edward 1 of England, Killed him in a horrible way.

Since his death, He has a ionic status far beyond his homeland,A epic poem was written about him written by Blind Harry.

William Wallace Died August 23, 1305, Smithfield,London,United his sibling was John Wallas,Malcolm Wallace.

Questions about Commonwealth

1. What were the first team sports played at the Commonwealth games?
A:Australia,Canada,England,New Zealand, Scotland and Wales.

2.What is the Commonwealth Games motto?
A:Humanity,Quality and Destiny.

3.Who is the patron saint of Scotland?
A:Saint Andrew

4.Who are these famous scots?

-Robert the Bruce
-Robert Burns
-William Wallace

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