Gunbalanya, Northern Territory

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Goal kicking practice at Gunbalanya, 320 kilometres east of Darwin. There are no scoreboard numbers visible to the right of frame but the all-important names of teams are leaning against the fence in… Continue reading

Kardinya, Western Australia

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The Morris Buzacott Reserve in the leafy south-of-the-river Perth suburb of Kardinya is the home of the strong Western Australia Amateur Football League club Fremantle CBC. There‚Äôs been a subtle change in the… Continue reading

Trentham, Victoria

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First year Trentham reserves player Daron Jacks took this photo at three-quarter time in the seniors match between Trentham and Campbells Creek . Rested and showered after a 128 point win in the… Continue reading

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