Tag Archive: WAFL

East Fremantle Oval, Western Australia

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For many years the two Fremantle teams were co-tenants at Fremantle Oval. East Fremantle, then known as Old East, moved permanently to their new home in 1953. There was, however, an earlier move.… Continue reading

Blacktown, NSW

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The footy oval at Blacktown is part of the Blacktown International Sportspark located in Rooty Hill. (We apologise for taking so long to introduce Rooty Hill into this site.)

Grand Final scoreboards – 2013 WAFL

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LES EVERETT THERE are big moments in Grand Finals. In the 2013 WAFL Grand Final on Sunday 22 September  it came 11 minutes into the third quarter with East Perth leading by three… Continue reading

Grand Final scoreboards – 2012 WAFL

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A second  successive premiership for the Tigers. Paul Medhurst, on  screen, kicked six goals and won the Simpson Medal for best player on the ground. The Tigers finished on top of the ladder… Continue reading

Grand Final scoreboards (part seven)

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2011 Australian Football League Grand Final Geelong won its ninth premiership when it defeated Collingwood in the 2011 Grand Final, kicking away in the final quarter to win by a very comfortable 38… Continue reading

Lathlain Park, Perth, Western Australia

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By LES EVERETT THE first thing that struck me about the scoreboard at Lathlain Park was how quick it was. I called in at half time to find husband and wife team Ray… Continue reading

Rushton Park, Mandurah, Western Australia

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Words and photos by LES EVERETT Rod has been the scoreboard attendant at Rushton Park in Mandurah since Peel Thunder joined the WAFL in 1997. He did the job for the Mandurah Mustangs… Continue reading

Bassendean, Western Australia

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Photos and text by Les Everett These photos of Bassendean Oval were taken in consecutive games between home team Swan Districts and visitors East Perth but they tell contrasting stories. The photo above… Continue reading