Category Archive: Victorian scoreboards

Talbot, Victoria

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In an imaginary game at Talbot yesterday, the home team defeated VIS by just two points. Scoreboard Pressure thanks the management of Talbot Recreation Reserve for leaving the scoreboard unlocked, making our research… Continue reading

Mordialloc, Victoria

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If I’d been able to get into the fortress that is the scoreboard at the Ben Kavanagh Reserve in Mordialloc, a southern bayside suburb of Melbourne, I would have found the numbers 1,… Continue reading

Queen Elizabeth Oval, Bendigo, Victoria

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Top level footy and cricket (and probably other things) have been played at QEO since the 1890s.

White Hills, Victoria

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Richard Jones, who took this photo, tells us that White Hills is a northern suburb of Bendigo on the road to Echuca.

Tylden Tigerland, near Woodend, Victoria

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They’d been pedalling, two mates. The sun was near to setting. Needed a campsite. Soft grass. Ablutions. Rest. Not a caravan park. Not a formal, official place of accommodation. They remembered that footy… Continue reading

Bright, Victoria

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The scoreboard at Bright, in north-eastern Victoria, was locked on Father’s Day. My disappointment was tempered by my respect for, and appreciation of,  this old-school scoreboard. Look at that chicken wire. Look at… Continue reading

AH Capp Reserve, Preston, Victoria

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According to Rick Kane, who took these photos, the Darebin Falcons are the greatest women’s footy team in the universe (Victoria).

Glen Waverley, Victoria

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When I transferred the photo files from my little black camera to my big black computer box-thingie, the file names started with ‘img-1969’ and ended with ‘img-1982’. Makes sense, I thought. This big,… Continue reading