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What happened in sport on this day..

February 11



Australian sporting history on this day
Cecil McVilly became the sculling champion of Tasmania by covering 1 mile in 6 minutes and 42 seconds - later to win the Australian Championship in May.
Bill Lawry, cricketer and commentator, was born.
90800 spectators went to the MCG to see Australia play the West Indies in a test cricket match.
Vicki Wilson, Australian netballer was born - won gold medals Olympics 1999, 1995, 1991 and gold medal at 1998 Commonwealth Games, Sport Australia Hall of Fame 2004, Australian Netball Hall of Fame 2008.
Shane Gould set the world women's record for 1500 metres freestyle when she swam it in 16 minutes 59 seconds.
Cyclist Laurie Venn won the Austral Professional Wheel Race from scratch in Melbourne.
Neil Robertson, Australian snooker player, was born. At age 14 he was the youngest player to make a century break in an Australian ranking event, won 2010 World Championship, 2007, 2011, 2011 World Open, only Australian to win a ranking event.
Female jockeys rode all the winners at a meeting at Murtoa - the successful riders were Kim Arnold, Vanessa Hutchinson, Maree Payne and Christine Puls.
Lleyton Hewitt won the Australian Hardcourt title in Adelaide at age 16.
Jockey Noel Callow rode 5 winners on the card at the Traralgon racecourse
Shirley Strickland, runner, died aged 78.
Jockey Brendon McCoull rode 5 winners on the card at the Hobart racecourse - he has done so on 3 other occasions at Tasmanian race tracks