The RocKwiz Scoreboard, featuring Dugald – Esplanade Hotel, St Kilda.

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Colleen Hewett was impatient for the score during one episode of RocKwiz. “What’s the score?” she asked before the end of the first round of questions,  before  roadie par excellence Dugald McAndrew, the… Continue reading

Alex G. Gillon Oval (Brunswick VFA), Victoria

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Photograph courtesy of the Brunswick Sentinel. Above is a scene from the opening round VFA match between Brunswick and Coburg on Sunday 18 April 1976. This was an important day for the Magpies.… Continue reading

Newdegate, Western Australia

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Final score Photos and text by Les Everett At first glance the scoreboard at Newdegate looked a common summer sight. There were a lot of digits. It could have been a fantasy score… Continue reading

Hansen Reserve, Airport West, Victoria

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Everything is at arm’s length inside the late 1960s scoreboard at Hansen Reserve, Airport West: the old black and white numbers, the newish computer, the timekeeper clocks, the timesheets, the siren, the old… Continue reading

Beautiful Bookham, New South Wales

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Photos by Jesse Maskell If it wasn’t for the picket fence and the sheep  we may not have caught a glimpse of the Bookham cricket ground as we headed for Canberra last week,… Continue reading

McPherson Oval, North Wagga, New South Wales

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    Story by Josh Pinn (@armchairfooty) North Wagga, as the name suggests, is a suburb of Wagga Wagga, NSW, situated on the northern side of the Murrumbidgee River. Located in the centre… Continue reading

Melbourne University Cricket Ground 2015

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The University of Melbourne spent $6.7million on the award-winning Ernie Cropley Pavilion, which was opened in September 2014. Here at Scoreboard Pressure (where, admittedly, our view of the world is somewhat narrow) we… Continue reading

Williamstown Cricket Ground, Victoria, 2015

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Somewhere in a backroom at the Williamstown Cricket Ground are three signs. One says Overs. Another says Wickets. The third says Runs.

VU Whitten Oval 2015 (and Western Oval1978)

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Today’s edition of the most popular website in the world* is brought to you by the Footy Maths Institute, The Holy Boot Football Emporium, and Seb from Sunshine. Through the world-wide resources of… Continue reading

Kukerin, Western Australia

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Words by Paul Daffey. Photos by Les Everett.

Boyanup, Western Australia

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I first visited Boyanup Oval in 2011 and it was clear then that the ground was no longer used for the senior football. A recent visit showed the scoreboard has been through some… Continue reading