Thornlie, Western Australia

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  The scoreboard at Berehaven Oval in Thornlie is of an unusual long and low design. A similar approach has been used for the new scoreboard at nearby Mills Park in Kenwick. It… Continue reading

Boulder, Western Australia

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Boulder Recreation Reserve, now called Digger Daws Oval, has been the home of Goldfields Football League clubs Boulder City (Tigers) since 1896 and Mines Rovers (Diorites) since 1898. The clubs enjoy a healthy… Continue reading

50 Grand Final scoreboards

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We’ve got 50 Grand Final scoreboards for you to peruse, from 1913 VFL to 2011 Colac Netball to 2018 Goldfields Football League Colts. Above and below are just a few. You’ll find all… Continue reading

Kambalda, Western Australia

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There was a kind of sense in the journey we took to the scoreboard at Kambalda. It began with a 235km drive from Kalgoorlie-Boulder to Leonora where we found quite a nice footy… Continue reading

Newport, Victoria

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This is the story of two scoreboards. Above is one of the first scoreboard photos I took, back in 2009. The Newport-Digman Cricket Club was a tenant of the ground but the old… Continue reading

Boddington, Western Australia

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We arrived in Boddington during the third quarter of the Upper Great Southern Football League grand final. There was no need to look for signs to the oval… we just followed the noise.

Bentley, Wyong Reserve, Western Australia

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Home team the Canning South Perth Tigers weren’t in action when we visited Wyong Reserve. Ocean Reef and Warnbro were competing in the WAAFL C2 league and reserves grand finals – sharing the… Continue reading

Bunbury, Payne Park, Western Australia

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  The Bunbury Football Club moved to Payne Park in 1973. The Bulldogs, formerly Railways, are an old club having been formed in the early 1900s.