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ON THIS DAY

2012: Eng­land clinched a 38-21 vic­tory over world cham­pi­ons New Zealand, who suf­fered their first de­feat in 21 matches, at Twick­en­ham.

BIRTH­DAYS

Golf’s Lee Trevino – Won the Open in 1971 and 1972 as well as the US Open twice, 1939; Foot­ball’s Neil Warnock – For­mer Sh­effield United, Leeds and Crys­tal Palace man­ager, cur­rently at Cardiff, 1948, and Sal­va­tore ‘Toto’ Schillaci – For­mer Italy striker who won the 1990 World Cup Golden Boot, 1964; Rugby Union’s Kenny Milne – For­mer Scot­land hooker,

1961; and Cricket’s Ar­juna Ranatunga – Cap­tain of Sri Lanka’s 1996 World Cup­win­ning team, 1963.

QUIZ

1 Which club won English foot­ball’s first Premier League ti­tle?

2 Who broke Steve Cram’s 28-year-old 1500m Bri­tish record?

3 Red Rum won the Grand Na­tional three times – in 1973, 1974 and which other year?

4 Bri­tain’s Robin Cousins be­came the Olympic ice skat­ing champion in which year?

5 Who pro­duced a course-record round of 61 to claim vic­tory in the 2017 Hero World Chal­lenge?

Fowler. Rickie 5 1980; 4 1977; 3 Farah; Mo 2 United; Manch­ester 1 An­swers:

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