Tag Archive: Avon Football Association

York, Western Australia

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  I visited York twice in 2018. First in March when the cricket team was preparing for a final and then  in August to see Railways from Northam play Kellerberrin-Tammin in the second… Continue reading

Quairading, Western Australia

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Quairading is not far from Perth – about 165km east – but it’s not a place you drive through on the way to somewhere… unless that somewhere is Bruce Rock. There was plenty… Continue reading

Beverley, Western Australia

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I attended the funeral of my Corrigin cricket team mate Wayne ‘Changa’ Connelly on Saturday 11 December. Changa was a hard-hitting batsman who once shared in a 200-plus opening partnership in 20 overs… Continue reading

Cunderdin, Western Australia

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Cunderin sits about 160km east of Perth on the Great Eastern Highway headed to Kalgoorlie. As such it’s a neighbour to a line of Wheatbelt towns with great sporting histories – Northam, Tammin,… Continue reading

Kellerberrin, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT Kellerberrin is the other half of the 2011 Avon Football Association premiership winning Kellerberrin-Tammin Kats. The towns are both on the Great Eastern Highway with Kellerberrin 23km closer to Perth.… Continue reading

Tammin, Western Australia

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Story and photos by Les Everett, co-editor of Scoreboard pressure I was talking to Dale Kickett about something else then changed the subject. I told him about the day I took a photo… Continue reading