Category Archive: Western Australian scoreboards

Northam, Henry Street Oval, Western Australia

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A sign just out of town tells us Northam is 99km from Perth… and it’s the last stop before you hit the city on the train journey from Kalgoorlie-Boulder. On the day of… Continue reading

Pickering Brook, Western Australia

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There’s a beautiful tree-lined oval at Pickering Brook. We visited on a horrible windy wet Sunday to see the Hawks take on Gidgegannup in the final home and away game of the season.… Continue reading

Mundijong, Western Australia

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The Mundijong Centrals have been part of the Peel Football League since 1992 but they’ve been around for a lot longer than that. There were games played as far back as 1904 and… Continue reading

Bullsbrook, Western Australia

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The Bullsbrook Football Club has a relatively short history. It was formed in 1945 and played in the South Midland Football Association. In 1968 both the SMFA and Bullsbrook Football Club folded.

Narembeen, Western Australia

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There’s not much due east of Narembeen, a wheatbelt town about 290kn east of Perth. But it does have a footy heritage few can match. For a while the town was the home… Continue reading

Ardath, Western Australia

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There’s not a lot written about footy in Ardath but we do know the Ardath-Babakin Football Club was formed in 1926 to play in the Bruce Rock Football Association. The two little towns… Continue reading

Dandaragan, Western Australia

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Kalbarri, Western Australia

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As an Australian Rules football town Kalbarri bucks all the trends.