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What happened in sport on this day..

December 16



Australian sporting history on this day
The first women's bowling club, the Rainsford Bowling Club, was formed in Melbourne, Victoria..
A.L. Long became the first aviator to fly across Bass Strait.
LPGA golfer Wendy Doolan was born in Sydney
Ultra distance runner Pat Farmer broke the record for the run across the 379 kilometre Simpson Desert to Birdsville.
Albury race called Geoff O'Brien died from a suspected heart attack aged 69.
Horse trainer Ross McDonald died in Melbourne aged 69. He won two Caulfield Cups with TRistarc in 1985 and Impopsera in 1988. More recently, McDonald prepared Weekend Hussler, the winner of six Group One races and the Horse of the Year for the 2007/08 season.