Category Archive: Western Australian scoreboards

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

Lake King, Western Australia

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Lake King is the home of the Lakes Football Club in the three-team Ravensthorpe and Districts Football Association in Western Australia. The other clubs are Ravensthorpe Tigers and the Southerners, from Hopetoun. The… Continue reading

Kardinya, Western Australia

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The Morris Buzacott Reserve in the leafy south-of-the-river Perth suburb of Kardinya is the home of the strong Western Australia Amateur Football League club Fremantle CBC. There’s been a subtle change in the… Continue reading

Sir Stewart Bovell Park, Busselton, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT ***BUSSELTON ARE THE 2012 SOUTH WEST FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIERS*** Busselton and Collie drew the first attempt at the Grand Final and the Magpies won the replay 11.8 (74) to the… Continue reading