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Tangambalanga, Victoria

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  Musician David Bridie is on the road again and keeping an eye out for scoreboards.   He discovered this scene in Tangambalanga in North-East Victoria – it’s the home of the Kiewa… Continue reading

Classic VFL scoreboards

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  Michael Riley of Boyles Football Photos, has sent through some terrific shots from a National Film and Sound Archive documentary called VFL On Film: 1909-1945 – Marking Time Volume 1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqyfT0GAaBs&feature=youtu.be We were excited… Continue reading

The (Subiaco) scoreboard stripped bare

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Fans at Fremantle’s intra-club scratch match on Tuesday saw something unusual. The scoreboard had no face. Luckily a temporary (?) board let us know what was going on and that Purple was giving… Continue reading

Women’s Ashes at the WACA

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It turned out to be the perfect day to photograph the WACA scoreboard. Day three of the Women’s Ashes Series Test match. No ads and the match-changing partnership between Jennifer Gunn and Charlotte… Continue reading

Merredin has a new (and an old) scoreboard

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It’s funny how things happen. We were on our Christmas drive to Kalgoorlie-Boulder when the car broke down – two kilometres from Burracoppin. The RAC rep from Merredin was soon on the scene… Continue reading

Penguin, Tasmania

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Penguin, the Two Blues, were formed in 1890 and play in the Northern Tasmanian Football League. While premierships have been rare the Two Blues have produced some fine players including Brendan (Richmond) and… Continue reading

Eaton, Western Australia

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The Eaton Boomers won their first South West Football League premiership in 2013 so we thought we’d mark the occasion before the year ended. It was quite a journey for the Boomers who… Continue reading

Fremantle Park: a scoreboard has appeared

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For the past couple of seasons Fremantle Park has been used by the Bicton-Attadale team from the South Metro Cricket Association. Recently there’s been an exciting development – a scoreboard. Frankie and I… Continue reading