This day in sport

This day in sport: 29 September 1954

Brilliant Catch in World Series baseball New York Giants outfielder Willie Mays took a brilliant catch during the first game of the World Series against the Cleveland Indians at the Polo Grounds in New York. It’s been called the greatest

This day in sport: 19 May 1909

Jack Johnson stays in boxing ring Jack Johnson retained his heavyweight title in a six-round no decision against classy light-heavyweight Jack O’Brien in Philadelphia. There was an agreement that no decision was to be rendered if both men were on

This day in sport: 05 May 1963

The “Golden Bear’ captures first of five golfing titles Jack Nicklaus captured the first of his five Tournament of Champions titles. ‘The Golden Bear’ beat Tony Lema and Arnold by five strokes with a four-round total of 273. The tournament

Tonight on Not the Footy Show: 05 May 2010

Tonight on Not the Footy Show: 05 May 2010

Had a boring day at the office, nothing on television when you get home, then do what every sports loving fan does, and be sure to tune into “Not The Footy Show” where you will always learn something new about

This day in sport: 28 April 1923

Wembley’s first football final An FA Cup Final record crowd of 126,047 attended the first final at Wembley Stadium. Officials delayed the start to the Bolton – West Ham match by 40 minutes as the crowd invaded the ground. It

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