On This Day - July 20 2014: Donegal senior footballers bounce back to grab Ulster honours
Charlie Magri (boxing) - former world flyweight champion, born 1956.
Paula Ivan (athletics) - Olympic 3,000 metres gold medallist for Romania in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, born 1963.
Claudio Reyna (soccer) - former Rangers, Sunderland, Manchester City and United States midfielder, now director of football operations for New York City FC, born 1973.
Debashish Mohanty (cricketer) - former India bowler, born 1976.
Alex Yoong (motor racing) - ex-Formula One grand prix racer for Minardi, born 1976.
Damien Delaney (soccer) - Irish midfielder who played for Crystal Palace, currently at Cork City, born 1981.
Niall McGinn (soccer) - Aberdeen and Northern Ireland winger, born 1987.
Ben Simmons (basketball) - Philadelphia 76ers' Australian forward, named NBA Rookie of the Year in 2018, born 1996.
ON THIS DAY
1871: Football Association secretary Charles Alcock first suggested the idea of the FA Challenge Cup.
1885: The FA legalised professionalism in football.
1986: Britain's Frank Bruno challenged Tim Witherspoon for the world heavyweight title. He was knocked out in the 11th round.
2003: Ben Curtis of the United States was a surprise winner of the Open at Royal St George's, Sandwich.
2005: Peter Crouch joined Liverpool from Southampton for £7million.
2006: Zinedine Zidane, who had already retired from football, was suspended for three matches and fined £3,260 for his headbutt on Marco Materazzi in the World Cup final. Materazzi was banned for two matches and fined £2,170.
2008: Fermanagh were left wondering how they hadn’t claimed a first Ulster title after letting an off-colour Armagh escape with a draw.
2009: England won the second Ashes Test, beating Australia by 115 runs at Lord's to take a 1-0 series lead. They went on to win the series 2-1 to reclaim the urn.
2012: Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed Manchester United had made a bid for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie. The Red Devils eventually signed the Dutchman, whose goals played a key role in United winning the 2012-13 Premier League title.
2013: Armagh’s season came to an end following a Qualifier loss in Galway in sweltering heat.
2014: Donegal made amends for their 2013 Ulster final defeat to Monaghan with a 0-15 to 1-9 win over the Farney county in the 2014 final
2015: Zach Johnson defeated Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman in a play-off for the Open Championship after Jordan Spieth failed to keep his grand slam dream alive at St Andrews.
1 With which club did Brazil goalkeeper Alisson begin his professional career?
2 Who is the only Australian in the top 10 of the men's world golf rankings?
3 How many cruciate injuries did the recently retired Colm O’Neill suffer in his career?
4 Who is the Monaghan captain?
5 Which boxer is also an elected senator of the Philippines?
(See quiz answers at bottom)
SPORT ON TV
Today (Friday, July 20)
GOLF: The Open Championship - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports The Open 0630; PGA Tour, Barbasol Championship - Sky Sports Main Event 2315.
CRICKET: Vitality T20 Blast, Lancashire Lightning v Yorkshire Vikings - Sky Sports Cricket 1800.
FORMULA ONE: German Grand Prix, first practice session - Sky Sports F1 0945, eir Sport 1 0955; Second practice session - Sky Sports F1 1345, eir Sport 1 1355.
CYCLING: Tour de France - ITV4 1230, Eurosport 1 1215, S4C 1400.
TENNIS: WTA Tennis, Bucharest Open - BT Sport 2 1300.
ATHLETICS: Diamond League - Eurosport 2 1900.
BASEBALL: MLB, Chicago Cubs v St Louis Cardinals - BT Sport 1 1915.
Tomorrow (Saturday, July 21)
GOLF: The Open Championship - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports The Open 0900, Sky Sports Main Event 1545.
CRICKET: Vitality T20 Blast, Essex Eagles v Hampshire - Sky Sports Cricket 1630.
FORMULA ONE: German Grand Prix, third practice session - Sky Sports F1 1045, eir Sport 1 1055, Qualifying - Sky Sports F1 1355, eir Sport 1 1355.
CYCLING: Tour de France - ITV4 1200, Eurosport 1 1145, S4C 1400.
RUGBY LEAGUE: Super League, Catalan Dragons v Salford Red Devils - Sky Sports Action 1655.
SOCCER: Betfred Cup, Raith Rovers v Hearts - BT Sport 2 1445.
ATHLETICS: Anniversary Games, London Stadium - BBC One 1315.
MOTOR CYCLING: British Superbikes, Brands Hatch - Eurosport 2 1530.
DARTS: World Matchplay from Blackpool - Sky Sports Action 1900, Sky Sports Main Event 2030.
BOXING: Fight Night Live - BT Sport 1 0245 (Sun).
BASEBALL: MLB, Los Angeles Angels v Houston Astros - BT Sport 2 0000 (Sun).
QUICK QUIZ answers: 1 Internacional; 2 Jason Day (ninth); 3 Three; 4 Drew Wylie; 5 Manny Pacquiao.