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What happened in sport on this day..

May 13



Australian sporting history on this day
New rules for the playing of Australian Rules football were agreed to by the foundation clubs.
The Kings Cup for rowing was won by Queensland in a regatta held on the Hamilton Reach of the Brisbane River in Queensland.
Former football player and Aboriginal Pastor, Sir Douglas Nicholls, was appointed Governor of South Australia.
Kerry Packer stunned all in announcing the World Series of Cricket - having already signed up 60 of the world's best cricketers.
Trainer Tommy Smith trained 6 winners and two seconds on an 8 race programme at the Warwick Farm racecourse.
Successful thoroughbred sire Danehill died at Coolmore Stud in Irteland following a paddock accident.