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What happened in sport on this day..

December 15



Australian sporting history on this day
Fred Lane set a new world swimming record of 1 min 16.6 secs for 120 yards.
In a Tasmanian cricket match, P. Derby, playing for Esk against Cornwall, finished his bowling spell with 9 overs for 5 maidens and 9 wickets for 7 runs.
The photo finish was used for the first time at the STC course at Canterbury in Sydney. Not at Randwick until 1947.
Peter Cook, jockey / trainer, won Sydney & Perth Cups, born Sydney - won the 1984 Melbourne Cup on Black Knight
1956 Melbourne Cup winner Evening Peal had her first race start when she ran unplaced of 12 in a Maiden Handicap at Hawkesbury
Phillip Island auto racing circuit re-opened.
Greg Matthews, test cricket player - all rounder, born
The famous tied Test match concluded at the Gabba between Australia and the West Indies.
Doug Walters made his test cricket debut at the Gabba in Brisbane, aged 20, scoring 155 - the 9th Aussie to score a century on debut.