Category Archive: Grand Final scoreboards

50 Grand Final scoreboards

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We’ve got 50 Grand Final scoreboards for you to peruse, from 1913 VFL to 2011 Colac Netball to 2018 Goldfields Football League Colts. Above and below are just a few. You’ll find all… Continue reading

Montmorency Park, Victoria. FIDA Grand Finals

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Montmorency Park, in the hilly north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, hosted the¬† 2019 Grand Finals for FIDA, the Football Integration Development Association that caters for players with intellectual disabilities. In Division 1 the Williamstown… Continue reading

Twin flags for FIDA Seagulls

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  The Williamstown FIDA Seagulls capped off a stellar season by winning two premierships on Sunday 28 August at Central Reserve, Waverley. The Seagulls development team won their first flag by 56 points,… Continue reading

NTFL Grand Final: Marrara Oval (TIO Stadium), Darwin

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  Our newly-appointed Northern Territory correspondents are pictured at TIO Stadium (Marrara Oval) in Darwin, after the thrilling NTFL Grand Final last weekend between the Wanderers and St Marys. The ABC reported: An… Continue reading

Warramiyunga Oval, Bathurst Island, NT

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  The Tiwi Grand Final on Bathurst Island is a big event in Australian Rules football. On Sunday 20 March 2000 people turned up to see Muluwurri play Tuyu at Warramiyunga Oval. Led… Continue reading

VFL Grand Final 2015 – Williamstown v Box Hill Hawks

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Williamstown won its 16th VFA/VFL flag on Sunday¬† 27 September 2015 when it easily defeated favourites Box Hill Hawks by 54 points under the closed roof at Etihad Stadium. The margin was only… Continue reading

2015 Grand Final – Sydney AFL Under 19s at Marrickville

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Now, that’s a scoreboard photo, courtesy of our newest contributor Leigh Gazzard. Welcome aboard Leigh! Leigh reports: North Shore Bombers played the UNSW-ES Bulldogs in the 2015 Sydney AFL Under 19s Grand Final… Continue reading

WAFL grand final 2015

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Subiaco are in the habit of winning WAFL grand finals. The Lions dominated the 2015 season and thrashed West Perth at Subiaco Oval in the big one.