Tag Archive: Lower South West Football League

Manjimup, Recreation Ground, Western Australia

by

This is how you use a scoreboard over the summer. Simply post your winning grand final score. Manjimup Imperials, the Magpies, won the 2018 Lower South West Football League premiership beating Deanmill with… Continue reading

Boyup Brook, Western Australia

by

BOYUP BROOK won the 2012 Lower South West Football League Premiership. The Roos wear green and white and were a foundation LSWFL club in 1959. When they won their only other LSWFL flag… Continue reading

Nannup, Western Australia

by

  Despite the wonderful scoreboard, there’s no senior team at beautiful Nannup anymore. In the 1930s there was a Nannup Football Association and for a while Nannup played in the Lower South West… Continue reading

Bridgetown, Western Australia

by

by LES EVERETT    Frankie and I dropped in for a look at the scoreboard at Bridgetown on a non-game day when we were on our way somewhere else. Not for the first… Continue reading

Deanmill, Western Australia

by

by LES EVERETT Deanmill is a little timber town – population about 400. The footy ground is spectacular and Deanmill’s footy heritage is astounding. Deanmill was the home town of the only two… Continue reading

Kojonup, Western Australia

by

by Les Everett Kojonup is a little town on the Albany Highway that has produced two of Western Australia’s finest footballers – Stephen Michael and Peter Bell. It turns out that Bell was… Continue reading