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What happened in sport on this day..

December 21



Australian sporting history on this day
The first Sheffield Shield cricket match ended with South Australia defeating New South Wales by 57 runs.
Kel Nagle, golfer, was born in North Sydney.
Doug Walters, Australian test cricket player - batsman (1965-1981), born
Maroubra junior surf star Barry Rogers won the Junior Surf and Junior Belt events at the Australian Open Carnival at Coogee.
Karrie Webb, golfer, was born; 38 wins on the LPGA Tour, first LPGA player to win $1 million in a single season, World Golf Hall of Fame.
Brothers Steve and Mark Waugh set a world 5th wicket cricket partnership score of 464 runs.
Ray Connelly, boxing commentator and referee, died aged 71.
Jockey Scobie Breasley died aged 92; won Caulfield Cup five times and Epsom Derby twice - rode 3251 winners world wide.