The Scone Advocate

Dr Henry 'Tup' Scott's cricket kit bag on display at the Scone Visitor Information Centre

Caitlin Reid
Updated December 18 2019 - 2:38pm, first published December 16 2019 - 12:00pm
Upper Hunter Men's Shed members David Spencer, David Newling and John Pratley with Historical Society members Robert Thurgood and Eddie Mason and Henry 'Tup' Scott's cricket gear which is now on display at the Scone Visitor Information Centre.
Upper Hunter Men's Shed members David Spencer, David Newling and John Pratley with Historical Society members Robert Thurgood and Eddie Mason and Henry 'Tup' Scott's cricket gear which is now on display at the Scone Visitor Information Centre.

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Caitlin Reid

Caitlin Reid

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Caitlin Reid is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, focussing on a range of topics including Tamworth Regional Council, education, property and entertainment. To get in touch, email caitlin.reid@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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