Anglesea, Victoria

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Anglesea Football Club has two scoreboards. There’s a digital scoreboard on the Dave Harding wing and there’s a manual scoreboard up in the marvellously named Marg and Ted Norman Pavilion. The fans under… Continue reading

Torquay, Victoria

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The small road sign at the Bells Beach turn-off simply said ‘Event’ but I wasn’t heading to the 50th Bells Beach Easter Classic, even if the waves were the best since Noah parted… 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

Newtown, Western Australia

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The late nineties were a sad time for the Newtown Football Club in the Esperance District Football Association. In fact the league team didn’t win a game in 1996, 1997 or 1998 so… Continue reading

Burbank Oval, Williamstown, Victoria

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Williamstown’s last home game in 2010 against Frankston was its last home game for some time. The ground and the grandstand are undergoing $8million of redevelopment. The 1975 scoreboard might get a makeover… Continue reading

Subiaco 1937, Western Australia

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Victoria beat Western Australia by eight points in this game at the 1937 national carnival in Perth. WA fans started getting a bit fractious about interstate games in the late 1960s and early… Continue reading

Werribee, Victoria

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New season, new scoreboard. Werribee Football Club unveiled its new scoreboard in the first round of the 2011 VFL season. The scoreboard’s debut on Saturday April 2 saw the Werribee reserves defeat Williamstown… Continue reading

Burracoppin, Western Australia

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Photo and text by Les Everett   Burra, in Western Australia’s wheat belt, has an interesting connection to the AFL’s number one draft pick. In 1990 Geelong used the top pick to snare… Continue reading