GAA Videos: On This Day - Jan 2 1967: Francois Pienaar, South Africa's World Cup-winning captain, is born
ON THIS DAY
1930: King's Park's Jim Dyet marked his debut with a British league record eight goals in the Scottish League Division Two defeat of Forfar.
1939: A crowd of 118,567 watched Rangers play Celtic at Ibrox.
1971: A barrier collapsed during a Rangers v Celtic fixture at Ibrox. As a result 66 spectators were killed and 145 injured.
2000: Manchester United arrived in Rio de Janeiro for the World Club Challenge guarded by armed police on round-the-clock duty.
2013: Liverpool signed Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge on a long-term contract.
2014: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed Cardiff manager, just six days after the sacking of Malky Mackay.
2016: Sussex fast bowler Matthew Hobden died aged 22.
2017: Michael van Gerwen completed a remarkable 12 months by claiming his second PDC World Championship title with a stunning 7-3 victory over Gary Anderson at Alexandra Palace.
Francois Pienaar (rugby union) - South Africa's 1995 World Cup-winning captain, born 1967.
Reuben Thorne (rugby union) - former New Zealand captain, born 1975.
Jonathan Greening (soccer) - former Manchester United, Middlesbrough, West Brom and Nottingham Forest midfielder, born 1979.
Maxi Rodriguez (soccer) - Penarol's former Argentina, Liverpool and Atletico Madrid forward, born 1981.
Ivan Dodig (tennis) - Croatian tennis player, born 1985.
Loic Remy (soccer) - Former Chelsea striker, now at Lille, born 1987.
Davide Santon (soccer) - Roma and Italy defender, formerly with Newcastle, born 1991.
Paulo Gazzaniga (soccer) - Tottentham's Argentinian goalkeeper, born 1992.
1 Which club did Salthill-Knocknacarra defeat by one point to win the 2006 GAA All-Ireland Club Football Championship title?
2 Niko Kovac is coach of which football team?
3 Who won the Formula One world title in 2009?
4 In golf, who is the only non-American in the top five of the men's world rankings?
5 Who beat Kerry to win the 2008 GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship title?
(See quiz answers and GAA Videos at bottom)
SPORT ON TV
Today (Wednesday, January 2)
SOCCER: Premier League, Newcastle United v Manchester United - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League 1930.
CRICKET: Fourth Test, Australia v India - BT Sport 1 2300; BBL, Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers - BT Sport 2 0800;
TENNIS: WTA Tour, Shenzhen Open - BT Sport/ESPN 0600 and 0300 (Thurs); ASB Classic - BT Sport 2 2300; Hopman Cup, Australia v Spain - Eurosport 2 0930; ATP Tour, Brisbane International - Eurosport 1 0300 (Thurs).
BASKETBALL: NBA, Celtics v Minnesota Timberwolves - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action 0100. (Thurs).
Tomorrow (Thursday, January 3)
SOCCER: Premier League, Manchester City v Liverpool - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League 1900.
CRICKET: Fourth Test, Australia v India - BT Sport 1 2300; One-day international, New Zealand v Sri Lanka - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 0600; Second Test, South Africa v Pakistan - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 0900; BBL, Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers - BT Sport 2
TENNIS: WTA Tour, Sydney International - BT Sport 1 0800; ATP Tour, Brisbane International - Eurosport 2 0900 and 0500 (Fri); WTA Tour, Brisbane International - BT Sport 1 1030 and 0330 (Fri); Hopman Cup, Greece v Switzerland - Eurosport 2 1100; WTA Tour, Shenzhen Open - BT Sport/ESPN 0500 (Fri).
GOLF: PGA Tour, The Sentry Tournament of Champions - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf 2300.
BASKETBALL: NBA, Golden State Warriors v Houston Rockets - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports USA 0330 (Fri).
QUICK QUIZ answers: 1 St Gall's, Belfast; 2 Bayern Munich; 3 Jenson Button; 4 Justin Rose; 5 Tyrone