Tag Archive: Chris Rees

Woodsdale, Tasmania

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Extended photo essay by Chris Rees In 2006 when I worked at a small film company, we made a 4-part documentary series about country footy in Tasmania, and how it was dying out.… Continue reading

Spot the difference 2 – New Norfolk, Tasmania

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Last week we sent our graphic design department (head office in Tasmania) all the way to Joondalup in Western Australia, on a ‘scorebaord augmentation’ assignment: namely, to re-paint the big scoreboard  with some… Continue reading

Wellesley Park, Tasmania

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Story and photos by Chris Rees Wellesley Park is a large area in South Hobart formerly occupied by the Hobart Tip; after the 1967 bushfire the council opened a new tip in nearby… Continue reading

Nameless in Lauderdale, Tasmania

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Photos and text by Chris Rees   It’s poor form that a ground hosting a final between two visiting teams couldn’t go to the trouble of putting their names up. This is Lauderdale… Continue reading

Scoreless in Scottsdale, Tasmania

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Hight security at Scottsdale prevented Chris Rees from hanging up some famous scores at the town’s adjoining grounds. Given the chance, Chris would have been quick to pop up some scores from 1973,… Continue reading

Campbell Town, Tasmania

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The Campbell Town Robins’ scoreboard may well have the best name of all. Plenty of scoreboards are named, quite rightly, after particular individuals. Campbell Town, though, prefers to spread the love. When the… Continue reading