Bridgetown, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT    Frankie and I dropped in for a look at the scoreboard at Bridgetown on a non-game day when we were on our way somewhere else. Not for the first… Continue reading

Yea, Victoria

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The Yea ground, just north of Melbourne, is one of the classic country footy grounds, noted Jeff Lawton. It boasts the recently-renovated 1891 grandstand, a good playing  surface, and a carpet of leaves… Continue reading

Kununurra, Western Australia

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by SEAN GORMAN (with additional photos from Ralph Addis & Michael Wearne) Photo by Ralph Addis. There is something about boab trees I love. I had never actually seen one up close so… Continue reading

Romsey, Victoria

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Was this once a scoreboard? Or the timekeepers’ box? Or both? Neither? Romsey was the fourth and final visit of the mid-week mid-July father-son scoreboard road trip that included Broadford, Kilmore and Lancefield,… Continue reading

Lathlain Park, Perth, Western Australia

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By LES EVERETT THE first thing that struck me about the scoreboard at Lathlain Park was how quick it was. I called in at half time to find husband and wife team Ray… Continue reading

Deanmill, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT Deanmill is a little timber town – population about 400. The footy ground is spectacular and Deanmill’s footy heritage is astounding. Deanmill was the home town of the only two… Continue reading

Windy Hill, Essendon, Victoria

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Photo courtesy of Essendon Hall of Fame Round 11, 1985. The Bombers catch their breath and collect their thoughts (and check the race results) in front of the W.G.Brew Scoreboard at Windy Hill… Continue reading

Kilmore and Lancefield, Victoria

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After our visit to Broadford, the Scoreboard Pressure father-son mid-week mid-July road-trip headed 20 kilometres south-west to Kilmore. It being mid-week there wasn’t any action at J. J Clancy Reserve. The electronic scoreboard… Continue reading