Around the grounds – Little River, Blackwood, Mullumbimby

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The cricket scoreboard at Little River has taken a bit of a hammering over the years. From cricket balls, the weather, the passing of time. The club is in better shape than the… Continue reading

Wickepin, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT MY part in this strange scoreboard project began here. In Wickepin. On our many journeys through the WA countryside I’d keep my wife fascinated with stories of the great players… Continue reading

Geelong West (Bakers Oval), Victoria

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The Geelong West Sporting Club, formerly known as the Geelong West Cricket and Football Club, are colloquially known as ‘Blue West’. This is to distinguish the club from the old VFA Geelong West… Continue reading

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Victoria

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Big Bash, 17 December 2011. Photos by Jesse Maskell 1977 drawn Grand Final. Etching by Jim Pavlidis Thirty years ago a Melbourne sporting landmark was dismantled, packed up and packed off to Canberra.… Continue reading

Around the grounds – Byron Bay, Morningside, the Albert Ground, Victoria Park

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Photo by Victor Fisher, December 2011 Scoreboard Pressure’s first rugby league scoreboard is courtesy of Victor Fisher, an arts student whose sporting interests are more of the roundball variety (and especially English club… Continue reading

The Village Green (Hume and Hovell Cricket Ground), Strath Creek, Victoria

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All photos by Margaret Swan, February 2006 Update, December 10 2013: The Hume and Hovell Cricket Ground is now owned and run by Ros and John Rogers, parents of Australian Test batsman Chris. … Continue reading

Victoria Park’s scoreboard sculpture

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The Victoria Park scoreboard was demolished on 10 February 2011. In its place now is The Final Siren, a sculpture installed on 2 November 2011. All sculpture and demolition photos copyright Anderson Hunt,… Continue reading

Punt Road Oval, Richmond, Victoria

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by Les Everett Photos taken the day after the 2011 grand final… additional photo of Richmond training in 2004. CURRENT Melbourne CEO Cameron Schwab grew up as a Richmond supporter. His dad Alan… Continue reading