Category Archive: Western Australian scoreboards

Norseman, Western Australia

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Gateway to the West… The lonely scoreboard at Norseman suggests a thrashing by some inaccurate visitors in the last game played at the oval. Just when that was – and who those visitors… Continue reading

Cervantes, Western Australia

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The oval at Cervantes had the day-after look when we visited on Sunday 2 July 2011. The day before the Tiger Sharks had thrashed Lancelin to cap off the celebrations of the 10th… Continue reading

Toodyay, Western Australia

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Patience is the key for scoreboard attendants according to Blue, the man in charge at Toodyay. Blue is helped by a team of enthusiastic youngsters who listen carefully to his instructions and get… Continue reading

High Wycombe, Western Australia

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There was action aplenty when I arrived at Scott Reserve for the C1 Amateurs game between High Wycombe and former Sunday Football League club Thornlie. Fingers were pointing, there was pushing and screaming… Continue reading

Goomalling, Western Australia

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“Me and my big mouth.” That’s Basil Walley’s explanation for his current position as scoreboard attendant at Goomalling. He made an off-the-cuff comment to one of the young blokes at the club about… Continue reading

Gidgegannup, Western Australia

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I arrived at Percy Cullen Oval early in the last quarter of the top-of-the-table meeting between the home team Gidgegannup and Pickering Brook just in time to see a classic dummy spit. There… Continue reading

Merredin, Western Australia

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This is an ingenious scoreboard with the capacity to be linked up to a ute and taken from ground to ground around the WA wheatbelt. The CV of the scoreboard attendant would need… Continue reading

Brunswick Junction, Western Australia

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Normally the committee would be getting a bit twitchy about the sponsor’s name on the scoreboard missing a vital letter. However the president of the Harvey Brunswick Leschenault Football Club is Ang Carbone… Continue reading