Recently we received exciting news from Russia. The St Petersburg Cats have their first scoreboard. The Cats play in a nine-a-side competition playing on a pitch at Forestry Technical University or, as you… Continue reading
Photos by Greg Harper The PJ Hindu Gymkhana Ground is a multi-purpose ground in Marine Drive, Mumbai, Marashtra. It dates back to at least 1894. The scoreboard may not be of quite that… Continue reading
In 1985 Paul Hardcastle had a bit of a hit in England with a Vietnam War song called 19. This was two years after Redgum’s I Was Only Nineteen.
Look closely, very closely, and you may spy not only famous cricket names on the scoreboards, such as Bailey, Edrich and Hadlee, but the scoreboard attendants themselves: one seated to the left, one… Continue reading
The things you find while cleaning up around the house in that lull between Christmas and New Year. (Part 3). You can just make out the words ‘Pakistan’ and ‘Australia’ on the scoreboard,… Continue reading
The things you find while cleaning up around the house in that lull between Christmas and New Year. (Part 2). These images are from The Illustrated History of Test Cricket, The First Century… Continue reading
The things you come across when you’re tidying up the house during that lull between Christmas and New Year. This article about how to read an English scoreboard was part of a four-page… Continue reading
The Local Footy Show segment on Friday 18 July 2014 about Scoreboard Pressure is now on YouTube. Enjoy nine minutes and 16 seconds of scoreboard yarns. Many thanks to Channel 31 and Daryl,… Continue reading