When the third Test starts at the WACA spectators will know the score.
The stately old scoreboard is looking great and now there’s another one – it’s a crisp digital thing that provides a bit more info than the old one. For example, you’ll know how many balls have gone in the over and how many balls a batsman has faced. Still in my recent visit, I didn’t look at it much and found the old board told the story of the growing epic innings being played by Adam Voges quite nicely.
Les, is it true to that scoreboard attendants at the WACA used to (still do?) camp inside the scoreboard for the duration of the Test. Can’t see how they’d do that with the new two-dimensional scoreboard.