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What happened in sport on this day..

September 29



Australian sporting history on this day
Maureen Caird, athlete, was born; gold medal 1968 Olympic Games, silver medal 1970 Commonwealth Games.
Soon to become a champion, Tulloch had his first race start at Randwick and ran second to Flying Kurana.
1960's champion horse, Time And Tide, won his first race at Randwick - the Canonbury Stakes, dfeating nullacourt by 2 lengths and starting at 9/2. His main wins were in the 1965 Doncaster Handicap, Canonbury Stakes, Debutante Stakes, 1963 AJC Sires Produce, 1963 Champagne Stakes, 1963 Caulfield Guineas, 1965 Challenge Stakes, 1965 Oakleigh Plate, and Rawson Stakes.
Jockey George Moore rode 5 winners on the card at the Randwick racecourse
Linda McGill set a new women's record for swimming the English Channel of 9 hours 59 minutes and 57 seconds - 20 minutes faster than the previous best.
Melbourne Cup winning racehorse Beldale Ball had his first race start at Ascot in WA running 11th in the Phillips Stakes over 7 furlongs
Canterbury won the NSWRL Grand Final against St George 7-6.
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles won the ARL Grand Final against St George Dragons 20-8.
At Wangaratta racecourse, Perada, Snakey Bill and Uncle Andre dead heated for third.
Parramatta champion Jarryd Hayne and North Queensland superstar Johnathan Thurston created rugby league history by being crowned dual Dally M Medal winners. It is the first time in the award’s 34-year history that joint winners were named