Category Archive: New South Wales

Uranquinty, Uranquinty Football Ground, NSW

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The Olympic Way Part 1  Photos and words Josh Pinn 2016 is an Olympic year and, with less than 100 days until the Rio Games begin, I thought I’d celebrate the best way… Continue reading

Trumper Park Oval, Paddington, New South Wales

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  Photos and text by Leigh Gazzard, Scoreboard Pressure’s Sydney correspondent. The cricket scoreboard at Trumper Park Oval is a modest, portable amenity  but I was there also for the jacarandas in bloom.… Continue reading

Olds Park, Penshurst, New South Wales

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Photos and text by Leigh Gazzard ‘Meet me under the scoreboard’. Olds Park is the home ground of  Australian Rules football club St George. The Dragons play in the Sydney Football League Premier… Continue reading

Cranbrook School, Rose Bay, New South Wales

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Photos and words by Leigh Gazzard Cranbrook School is located in Rose Bay, Sydney, Australia. These photos were taken on a brief visit to the Hordern Pavilion Oval in November 2014. The majestic… Continue reading

Mosman Cricket Ground (Allan Border Oval), New South Wales

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The see-through scoreboard at Mosman Cricket Ground: natural air-conditioning. Cricket is, of course, a summer game. Leigh Gazzard: What I liked about this photo was that the young kid was out there in… 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

Gumly Oval, Wagga Wagga

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Words and (most) photos by Joshua Pinn I recently paid a visit to my old stompin’ ground, Gumly Oval, to watch a third generation of my family play of footy for East Wagga-Kooringal.… 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