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What happened in sport on this day..

November 27



Australian sporting history on this day
The first Test Match was held at the Gabba in Brisbane - Australia v South Africa.
Jockey Russell Maddock rode 5 winners on the card at the Gold Coast racecourse
At the Bendigo Golf Club, Ian Coulston set a world record by playing 401 holes of golf in 24 hours without a break
Pacer Village Kid became the first horse to win the Miracle Mile twice at Harold Park. Started at 7/4 on favourite.
Trainer Peter Hayes trained 6 winners from 7 races at a meeting at the Balaklava racecourse.
Janie Siddons became the leading run scorer in Sheffield Shield cricket, overhauling David Hooke's 9,364 runs.
Female jockeys won every race on the card at a meeting in Ipswich, Queensland. Teresa Nikora rode three and the other two races were won by Rachael Murray and Bree King.
Test cricket batsman Phillip Hughes a result of the injuries he sustained when struck by a bouncer two days earlier. He scored 26 first-class centuries and was a prolific scorer for New South Wales, for whom he had debuted at the age of 18, and later for South Australia. He was born on November 30 1988 in Macksville, New South Wales. He made his test debut for Australia against South Africa in February 2009, scoring back-to-back centuries in his second match in Durban against the feared fast bowling of Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel