Nabawa, Western Australia

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When you’re in the scoreboard spotting business it’s always best to have a score or at least a few digits up on display. But it’s not always possible, especially when you’re passing through… Continue reading

Mosman Park, Tom Perrott Reserve, Western Australia

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Mosman Park prides itself on being between the river and the sea and I reckon you could see both from the scoreboard.

Coorow, Maley Park, Western Australia

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You’ll find Coorow about 275km north of Perth. Footy has been played there for over 100 years but in 1971 there was a merger that led to the formation of the Coorow-Latham Football… Continue reading

Carnamah, Western Australia

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I’d heard about the Carnamah Kid many years ago but visited the town for the first time last week.

Three Springs, Western Australia

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Situated 325km north of Perth, Three Springs is a town with a rich football history. The football club was created in 1909 and is the only surviving original member of the North Midlands… Continue reading

Manjimup, Collier Park, Western Australia

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There are two of these minimalist scoreboards at Collier Park in WA’s south.

Northcliffe, Western Australia

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The drive between Pemberton and Northcliffe in WA’s south west is glorious.

Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School, Western Australia

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Just off Bussell Highway on the outskirts of Bunbury is an impressive cricket facility.