Stan Reid - Education - School Sports

School Sports

As well as playing football whilst he was at Scotch College — he played for the Scotch College First XVIII in both 1889 and 1890 — he also played cricket. In a match against Wesley College in 1888, he took 7 wickets for 16 runs in the first innings.

He also competed in, and came second in the open age pole vault and the running high jump at the Scotch College School Sports in 1888.

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