|Full name||Leonidas Cecil Bott|
14 July 1889|
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
|Died||21 August 1969
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium pace|
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||25 Oct 1912 Western Australia v South Australia|
|Last First-class||21 Nov 1925 Western Australia v South Australia|
Source: CricketArchive, 14 November 2011
Leonidas Cecil Bott (14 July 1889 – 21 August 1968) was an Australian cricketer and engineer who played 14 first-class matches for Western Australia between 1912 and 1925. Born in Adelaide, Bott was educated at Perth Boys' School and Christian Brothers' College, and later received a scholarship to study at the University of Adelaide. He played WACA grade cricket with North Fremantle, Perth, North Perth and Mount Lawley, and also played a number of games for Western Australia before and after the First World War, captaining the side in two matches in 1922 and 1924. Bott worked as an engineer, and was involved in the construction of the Kalgoorlie–Port Augusta railway in 1912. He later served as assistant-superintending engineer at the Victorian Postmaster-General's Department. In 1953, he was awarded the Coronation Medal of Queen Elizabeth II.
- First-class matches played by Leonidas Bott – CricketArchive. Retrieved 14 November 2011.
- THE COMMONWEALTH GAZETTE – The Sunday Times. Published 16 June 1912. Retrieved from Trove, 14 November 2011.
- REMINISCENCES OF MR. L. C. BOTT – The West Australian. Published 24 July 1935. Retrieved from Trove, 14 November 2011.
- Queen Gives Coronation Medals To Many In West Australia – The West Australian. Published 3 June 1953. Retrieved from Trove, 14 November 2011.