The University of Melbourne spent $6.7million on the award-winning Ernie Cropley Pavilion, which was opened in September 2014. Here at Scoreboard Pressure (where, admittedly, our view of the world is somewhat narrow) we… Continue reading
Photos and text by Michael Costello The World Cup warm up match on February 11 between Australia and United Arab Emirates was an unusual experience. In a place where normally you are bombarded… Continue reading
Scoreboard Pressure popped in to Pitcher Park to catch some Sunday afternoon veterans’ cricket, arriving just in time to see opening slow-medium bowler Andrew ‘Tangles’ Gigacz, of the visiting team Clifton Hill, take… Continue reading
Look closely, very closely, and you may spy not only famous cricket names on the scoreboards, such as Bailey, Edrich and Hadlee, but the scoreboard attendants themselves: one seated to the left, one… Continue reading
The things you find while cleaning up around the house in that lull between Christmas and New Year. (Part 3). You can just make out the words ‘Pakistan’ and ‘Australia’ on the scoreboard,… Continue reading
The things you find while cleaning up around the house in that lull between Christmas and New Year. (Part 2). These images are from The Illustrated History of Test Cricket, The First Century… Continue reading
A.W. Langshaw Reserve, between Third and Fifth Avenue in Altona North, is home to the Altona Roosters Cricket Club and the Powerhouse Rugby Club. When I took the above photo one of the… Continue reading
No shortage of scoreboards (old and new), or games of cricket, at Grant Reserve, Altona in Melbourne’s western suburbs.