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What happened in sport on this day..

April 19


Australian sporting history on this day
The Stawell Gift was won by G. Stuckey of North Melbourne, Victoria, in 12 1/5 seconds.
Two participants in a walking competition to the top of Mt Wellington in Hobart, Tasmania, died after a snow storm hit the afternoon event.
The Australian Lawn Bowling Association was formed.
The Stawell Gift was won by John Hayes of Rutherglen, Victoria, in 11 8/10 seconds.
The Stawell Gift was won by Bruce Cox of Brighton, Victoria, in 12 seconds.
Paul Reiffel, test cricket player - bowler, born
Night greyhound racing commenced at Angle Park in Adelaide
1977 Melbourne Cup winner Gold And Black had his first race start when he won the Glen Roy Stud Handicap at Cheltenham over 1000 metres. After retiring from racing Gold And Black became a Clerk Of the Course horse on South Australian tracks and was buried at the Gawler race course when he died in the mid 1980's.
Jason Gillespie, Australian cricketer, was born.
The Stawell Gift was won by Allen Pollock of Heidelberg, Victoria, in 12.1 seconds.
'Advance Australia Fair' was proclaimed the official national anthem and green and gold were officially recognised as the national colours of Australia.