Jurien Bay, Western Australia

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THE howling July wind at the Jurien Bay Oval ripped a number off the scoreboard as we approached. It’s something to keep in mind… stand up-wind of the scoreboard at breezy places. It… Continue reading

Coburg City Oval, Victoria

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Coburg City Oval hosted the grand finals of the Victorian Women’s Football League on Saturday 27 August 2011. Both the reserves and seniors were between the Darebin Falcons (who won the reserves by… Continue reading

Around the grounds – 31 August 2011

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Our page about the Collingwood scoreboard has been updated thanks to local resident David Collopy, who has been photographing the changes to the ground for some years now. As well as a scoreboard… Continue reading

Hands Oval, Bunbury, Western Australia

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Kody, the scoreboard attendant at Hands Oval, has heard stories of rocks being thrown at the scoreboard during games in the past but it hasn’t happened to him yet. Something else hasn’t happened… Continue reading

Newdegate, Western Australia

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Final score Photos and text by Les Everett At first glance the scoreboard at Newdegate looked a common summer sight. There were a lot of digits. It could have been a fantasy score… Continue reading

North Hobart, Tasmania

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Sandy Bay versus Glenorchy, 1978. Photo and text courtesy of  Matt Cramond and Wikipedia. The current North Hobart scoreboard was built in 1972 and was operating for the TANFL Grand Final that year.… Continue reading

Around the grounds – 23 August 2011

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Artist and football lover Jim Pavlidis, who sent Scoreboard pressure photos of the Springfield Park scoreboard at Box Hill North, has a new exhibition, Winter Masterpieces. It is at the Letitia Morris Gallery,… Continue reading

Bellbrae, Victoria

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The scoreboard at Bellbrae Reserve was made by builder Paul Leonard and real estate agent Dave Maher on the eve of the Aireys Eels very first game in April 2006. “The night before… Continue reading