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

Campbells Creek and thereabouts, Victoria

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Scoreboard Pressure visited the Campbells Creek ground, near Castlemaine, after its Stereo Stories gig at the Newstead Short Story Tattoo on the first weekend of May. All the action had been the day… Continue reading

Laurie Daley Oval, Junee, New South Wales

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Photos and text by Joshua Pinn (@armchairfooty) Laurie Daley Oval (LDO) is located on the western outskirt of Junee, roughly 40 km north of Wagga Wagga. The ground is a tribute to Laurie… Continue reading

Ringwood’s Jubilee Park, Victoria

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Rumour has it that this scoreboard was once at Punt Road, Richmond. If so, it has some history. I didn’t have much time to follow-up the rumour, let alone take some photographs. I… Continue reading

Kyneton’s new scoreboard, Victoria

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The Kyneton Football Netball Club has a new scoreboard, courtesy of a donation from the Kyneton Marist Brothers Old Boys Association. The Shilliday Brothers Memorial Scoreboard was officially opened in April. Bernard and… Continue reading

Reid Oval revisited, Warrnambool, Victoria

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Via the interweb and emails and thingies like that, Scoreboard Pressure visited Reid Oval back in October 2011 (and learnt a little bit about Victorian cricket in the late 1950s). We still haven’t… Continue reading

Carey Grammar, Bulleen, Victoria

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  We like the size and solidity of this scoreboard. We like the club colours. We like the clear numbers. We like the Welcome message. We like ‘Smoke Free School’. (But we reckon… Continue reading

Junction Oval 1982 VFA Grand Final

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  Port Melbourne won three VFA flags in a row from 1980 to 1982. In 1980 they defeated Coburg by eleven points. 11.15 (81) to 10.10 (70) In 1981 they¬† thrashed Preston by… Continue reading

Scoreboard on Lost Perth

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We were very pleased to see the scoreboard at Bassendean Oval on the excellent Facebook site Lost Perth this week. https://www.facebook.com/LostPerth This photo was taken in round 19 in 1979. Swan Districts and… Continue reading