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What happened in sport on this day..

March 19



Australian sporting history on this day
The first game of polo played in Queensland took place at the Eagle Farm Racecourse.
The inaugural Henley-on-Yarra regatta was held and was won by Ballarat.
East Torrens defeated Adelaide to win the South Australian Cricket premiership.
Vern Schuppan, Australian racing driver, was born.
1951 Melbourne Cup winner Delta had his first race start when he ran 2nd of 18 in the 2YO Maiden Handicap at Canterbury
Matthew Richardson, Australian rules footballer (Richmond), was born.
Sprinter Paul Narracott set an Australian record for 100 metres at 10.0 seconds in Brisbane.
In a ring-in scandal, the racehorse Nordica was entered in a race at Broken Hill under the name Foden. He was backed from 50/1 to 2/1 and won easily. The race was later awarded to Eastern Crisis.
NSW narrowly won the Sheffield Shield beating Queensland by 1 wicket.
Walker Kerry Saxby took 15 seconds off her own 5000 metre world record time at the Australian championships being held in Brisbane.
Cyclist Martin Vinnicombe set a new Australian cycling record for 1000 metres from a standing start at the Launceston velodrome.
The Sydney Kings become the first team to win three consecutive NBL titles after defeating the Wollongong Wolves.