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  Saturday, 14 September, 2002, 06:01 GMT 07:01 UK
Happened on this day - 14 September
On this day in history
1868: Young Tom Morris registers the first hole-in-one in the Open when he aces the 166-yard eighth at Prestwick.

He goes on to beat his father, Old Tom, to become the youngest winner of the championship.

1891: Wolverhampton Wanderers' John Heath converts the first penalty kick in the Football League in a game against Accrington Stanley.

1905: Motorcycling's Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is first contested.

1955: Kidderminster Harriers and Brierley Hill Alliance make history as the first clubs to contest an FA Cup tie under floodlights.

1963: George Best makes his debut for Manchester United against West Brom at Old Trafford, watched by 50,453 fans.

2001: Tomas Repka signs for West Ham in 5.5m deal.

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