Albert "Tibby" Cotter Plaque


Sydney Cricket & Sports Grounds

Sydney Cricket & Sports Grounds
Moore Park, Australia

International cricket ceased due to World War One. First-class cricket continued at the SCG in 1914-15 but took a hiatus from 1915-16 to 1917-18. Australian Test cricketer Albert "Tibby" Cotter - who debuted at the SCG in 1904 - was killed in action on 31 October 1917. Following the war the NSW Cricket Association erected plaque in his honour at the SCG.


  • Title: Albert "Tibby" Cotter Plaque
  • Date Created: 1914/1919
  • Location: Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Publisher: SCG Museum

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