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What happened in sport on this day..

November 25



Australian sporting history on this day
The Western Australian Cricket Association was formed.
Kerry O'Keefe, Australian test cricket player - leg spin bowler, commentator, born
Richie Benaud was announced as Australia's new cricket captain.
Jockey Frank Reys rode 5 winners on the card at the Moe racecourse - all trained by A Sands
Jockey Frank Treen rode 6 winners on the card at the Ascot racecourse - and one second
Surfer Nat Young won the Smirnoff world pro-am surfing title in Hawaii (and $2000).
In a match on King Island in Bass Strait, Dee Dee Dowton of Collingwood out pointed Kim Ross from Northcote, in 3 one minute rounds, to win the Australian Women's Lightweight Boxing Championship. Shortly afterwards, the Victorian Parliament legalised boxing matches between women.
Herb Elliott, Dawn Fraser and Murray Rose named as Australia's greatest ever Olympians up until that time at a function in Melbourne.
Peter Siddle, test cricket player - bowler, born