Category Archive: New South Wales

Apex Park, south Wagga, New South Wales

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Stories and (most) photos by Joshua Pinn (@armchairfooty) On Good Friday this year I took the opportunity to visit Lake Albert with my wife and two daughters. An artificial lake in the southern… Continue reading

Beautiful Bookham, New South Wales

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Photos by Jesse Maskell If it wasn’t for the picket fence and the sheep  we may not have caught a glimpse of the Bookham cricket ground as we headed for Canberra last week,… Continue reading

McPherson Oval, North Wagga, New South Wales

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    Story by Josh Pinn (@armchairfooty) North Wagga, as the name suggests, is a suburb of Wagga Wagga, NSW, situated on the northern side of the Murrumbidgee River. Located in the centre… Continue reading

Blacktown, NSW

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The footy oval at Blacktown is part of the Blacktown International Sportspark located in Rooty Hill. (We apologise for taking so long to introduce Rooty Hill into this site.)

Wayde’s world – Bunnaloo, New South Wales

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 Words and photos by Wayde Petersen I took these photos on the Easter weekend on my way home from the fantastic Deniliquin Blues and Roots Festival. (Bands included John Mayer, The Doobie Brothers,… Continue reading

Sydney Cricket Ground, 1974/75

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Scoreboard Pressure’s Jeff Lawton spied these photos in an old magazine simply called Australia v England – The 10 Test Matches, 1974/75. The first six Test matches were in the Australian summer and… Continue reading

A sea of endless plains – Ungarie, New South Wales

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Ungarie is a southern NSW town with a population of a few hundred. The football and netball club plays in the Northern Riverina League. Its scoreboard, circa 2000, records the Magpies’ early lead… Continue reading

The Holy Boot’s Holiday Snaps – Bradman and the Sherrin

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Did Don Bradman ever kick a Sherrin? Did he ever kick a goal? Did Don Bradman ever kick a Sherrin? Give off a handball? Did he ever take a mark, a speccie, a… Continue reading