Tag Archive: Michael Wearne

Cygnet, Tasmania

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There are some who need reminding of Tasmania’s history, and place, in Australian rules football. Cygnet Football Club has been around since 1906 (when it was called Lovett).

Geeveston, Tasmania

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Another of our traveling scoreboard watchers has been to Geeveston – “clearly the chickens know in this instance what KFC stands for,” wrote David Bridie.

Penguin, Tasmania

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Penguin, the Two Blues, were formed in 1890 and play in the Northern Tasmanian Football League. While premierships have been rare the Two Blues have produced some fine players including Brendan (Richmond) and… Continue reading

Sandgate, Queensland

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Photos by Michael Wearne Words by Haiku Bob in the change rooms long after they’re gone their dreams Sandgate footy club is hallowed turf for Haiku Bob. Firstly, it is the club Alex… Continue reading

Harrup Park, Mackay, Queensland

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Photos by Michael Wearne   Harrup Park is the home of the Mackay City Hawks who are the reigning premiers in the  AFL Mackay competition. When we asked posters on the Footy Almanac… Continue reading

Etwell Park, Bakers Creek, Queensland

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Photos by Michael Wearne Etwell Park is the home of the Bakers Creek Football Club who play in the Mackay Australian Football League. Photographer Michael Wearne visited the ground for scoreboardpressure.com during a… Continue reading

Kununurra, Western Australia

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by SEAN GORMAN (with additional photos from Ralph Addis & Michael Wearne) Photo by Ralph Addis. There is something about boab trees I love. I had never actually seen one up close so… Continue reading