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  Friday, 6 September, 2002, 23:04 GMT 00:04 UK
Happened on this day - 7 September
On this day in history
1999: Bobby Robson, at the age of 66, took charge of his first Newcastle training session after succeeding Ruud Gullit as manager.

1963: Sussex, led by Ted Dexter, beat Worcestershire by 14 runs to win the first one-day cricket final at Lord's.

1895: Rugby league matches were first played to the new Northern Union rules. Wigan started their campaign with a 9-0 win at Broughton Rangers.

1892: James J Corbett knocked out John L Sullivan in the 21st round at New Orleans Olympic Club to become the first world heavyweight champion under Queensberry rules.

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