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What happened in sport on this day..

October 18



Australian sporting history on this day
A Miss McKenzie became the first Victorian Women's Tennis Singles champion.
The Surf Bathing Association of New South Wales was formed from a meeting of seven lifesaving clubs.
Tony Meany, sports journalist, born Melbourne
Sturat Law, test cricket player, born
Nathan Hauritz, test cricket player, born
Australia started playing its first ever Test cricket match against Zimbabwe
Might and Power won the Caulfield Cup, and went on to win the double with the Melbourne Cup.
Rugby league international player Jim Morgan, died aged 63.
In a one day cricket match against Queensland, Tasmanian batsman Ben Dunk scored 229 not out, the first Australina batsman to do a "double ton" in a one day match. It was not enough to get Tasmania over the line however. In an incredible game, Tasmania finished their innings at 398 but Queensland scored 3-402. Queensland openers Usman Khawaja and Chris Hartley posted 280 to set a new domestic partnership record, breaking the previous mark set just hours earlier by their Tasmanian counterparts.