Tag Archive: cricket

Knackered. A day doing a cricket scoreboard

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As the batsman neared his century I hoped like hell I had the right score on the scoreboard… The call came on Friday arvo. Could I do the cricket scoreboard at Footscray’s home… Continue reading

Maffra Cricket Club, Victoria

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The never-ending search for scoreboards can you take down unusual paths, emotionally and geographically. Last weekend I came across this  compact and sturdy cricket scoreboard in Maffra, a dairy town in eastern Victoria.… Continue reading

Mumbai, India – PJ Hindu Gymkhana

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Photos by Greg Harper The PJ Hindu Gymkhana Ground is a multi-purpose ground in Marine Drive, Mumbai, Marashtra. It dates back to at least 1894. The scoreboard may not be of quite that… Continue reading

Cranbrook School, Rose Bay, New South Wales

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Photos and words by Leigh Gazzard Cranbrook School is located in Rose Bay, Sydney, Australia. These photos were taken on a brief visit to the Hordern Pavilion Oval in November 2014. The majestic… Continue reading

Mosman Cricket Ground (Allan Border Oval), New South Wales

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The see-through scoreboard at Mosman Cricket Ground: natural air-conditioning. Cricket is, of course, a summer game. Leigh Gazzard: What I liked about this photo was that the young kid was out there in… Continue reading

Inside the Adelaide Oval scoreboard

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  Photos and words by Mark ‘Swish’ Schwerdt The return of elite footy to the Adelaide Oval is a bonus for scoreboard lovers, for there are not many scoreboards like this classic century-old… Continue reading

Beautiful Bookham, New South Wales

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Photos by Jesse Maskell If it wasn’t for the picket fence and the sheep  we may not have caught a glimpse of the Bookham cricket ground as we headed for Canberra last week,… Continue reading

Melbourne University Cricket Ground 2015

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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