Kinnoull's Gannochy duck pond in 2019
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Perth Doo'cot Cricket Club was established in 2012. It plays its home fixtures at Perth Doo'cot Park, on Pitcullen Crescent, which was created by A.K. Bell in 1925. Its season runs from mid-May to the end of August.
Perth Archery Club, which is also based at Doo'cot Park, was founded in 2010.
Gannochy duck pond is located at the junction of Annat and Dupplin Roads. (Dupplin Road is named for Viscount Dupplin, the early name of Thomas Hay, 9th Earl of Kinnoull.) In addition to its main inhabitants, it is home to mute swans.
- Effie Gray, wife of the critic John Ruskin, is buried in the local churchyard
- John Hunt, theologian
- James Walter Fairholme, Royal Navy officer and polar explorer lost during the Franklin Expedition