Time Out - February 14: Sporting greats, Dates and a Quick Quiz Blitz to kick-start your day
CROWDED OUT: Tyrone’s Kevin Hughes is put under pressure by Mayo’s Ronan McGarrity (left) and Seamus O’Shea during the February 2010 NFL National Division One match at Healy Park, Omagh
February 14 2010: Allianz National Football League Division One: Tyrone 1-11 Mayo 1-12
Tyrone lambasted the GAA's ‘trial by television' process which contributed to their second successive League defeat in Omagh.
The Red Hands were forced to play against Mayo without Justin McMahon, Conor Gormley and Martin Penrose.
All three received one-month suspensions after the GAA used video evidence to review incidents in the game in Celtic Park that was broadcast by Setanta.
Tyrone boss Mickey Harte believes his team is the victim of a flawed disciplinary procedure.
An individual display from Mark Ronaldson proved the difference between the two teams in Healy Park yesterday.
Ronaldson, a former soccer schoolboy international, finished the game with 1-6. His impressive haul included a well-struck penalty and four classy points from play.
Of course, it can't be forgotten that Tyrone were also missing Footballers of the Year (Stephen O'Neill and Sean Cavanagh)
Former England, Newcastle and Manchester City manager and twice European Footballer of the Year, born 1951.
Retired France centre and former world record holder for international caps, born 1962.
Former Olympic 110 metres hurdles finalist and World Championship silver medallist, born 1967.
Former England all-rounder, who was released from prison in 2015 after serving a six-year sentence for drug smuggling, born 1968.
Australian Tour de France winner in 2011, born 1977.
Former Manchester City and France right-back, born 1983.
Switzerland's former Arsenal, Fulham and Aston Villa defender, born 1985.
Angel Di Maria
Argentina and former Manchester United winger, currently with Paris St Germain, born 1988.
Paris St Germain and Uruguay striker, born 1987.
Inter Milan and Denmark midfielder, formerly of Tottenham, born 1992.
Bayern Munich and France defender, born 1996
George Lohmann took eight wickets for seven runs as England bowled South Africa out for 30 at Port Elizabeth. The innings total remained the lowest in a Test match for almost 60 years.
American jockey Johnny Longden was born in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. He went on to ride Count Fleet to victory in the US Triple Crown - the Kentucky Derby, the Belmont Stakes and the Preakness Stakes - in 1943. He had a 40-year riding career, during which he rode 6,032 winners and became the first man to top the 6,000 mark.
British skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean won Olympic gold in Sarajevo for their dance interpretation of Ravel's Bolero, claiming perfect 6.0 scores from all 12 judges.
Peter Scudamore became the third National Hunt jockey, after Stan Mellor and John Francome, to ride 1,000 winners.
Mike Ruddock resigned as Wales coach just 11 months after he steered the team to their first Grand Slam triumph in 27 years. Ruddock cited family reasons for his decision.
Dick Francis, the best-selling novelist and rider of Devon Loch at the 1956 Grand National, died at the age of 89.
Rangers appointed administrators Duff and Phelps as the extent of the club's serious financial problems emerged. The Scottish club were subsequently deducted 10 points, before entering liquidation and reforming in Division Three.
South African Paralympic and Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius was arrested on suspicion of murdering his girlfriend after she was shot dead at his home.
- Name the player who holds the record for the most caps in rugby union Tests?
- The Queen Mother's horse Devon Loch famously fell in the home straight of the 1956 Grand National under Dick Francis, can you name the horse that won the race?
- How many All-Ireland SFC titles have Down won?
- Peter Wilson is Olympic champion in which sport?
- How many players per team are there on the court in handball?
- Richie McCaw (NZ, 148)
- Shooting (double trap)
Friday, February 14
Premier League, Wolves v Leicester - BT Sport 1 1915; Championship, Hull v Swansea - Sky Sports Football 1900, Sky Sports Main Event 2000; Ligue 1, Monaco v Montpellier - BT Sport/ESPN 1945; A-League, Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners - BT Sport 1 0830; Cymru Premier, Bala Town v The New Saints - S4C 1955.
T20 International, South Africa v England - Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Cricket 1530.
- RUGBY UNION
Premiership, Gloucester v Exeter - BT Sport 2 1900; PRO14, Munster v Southern Kings - eir Sport 1 1900; Super Rugby, Blues v Crusaders - Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Action 0600; Rebels v Waratahs - Sky Sports Action 0810.
- RUGBY LEAGUE
Super League, Salford v Huddersfield - Sky Sports Arena 1900.
PGA Tour, Genesis Open - Sky Sports Golf 1445 & 1900; Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific - Sky Sports Golf 0600.
Welsh Open - Eurosport 1 1145 & 1845, BBC Two Wales 1300 & 1900.
Tour of Langkawi - Eurosport 2 0700.