Tag Archive: Wayde Petersen

Mernda farewells its Schotters Road ground

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 Photos and text by Wayde Petersen Mernda Football and Netball Club played its last games at its Schotters Road home on Saturday 23 August. Next year the club moves to brand new premises… Continue reading

Wayde’s world – Bunnaloo, New South Wales

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 Words and photos by Wayde Petersen I took these photos on the Easter weekend on my way home from the fantastic Deniliquin Blues and Roots Festival. (Bands included John Mayer, The Doobie Brothers,… Continue reading

Wayde’s world – Euroa, Victoria

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Research and photos by Wayde Petersen In 1952 Carlton played Hawthorn at Euroa’s Memorial Oval, in an official VFL game (part of a Propaganda Round).  Carlton 17.15.117 def Hawthorn 11.14.80. About 5000 people… Continue reading

Wayde’s world – Kings Park, Seymour, Victoria

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Wayde Petersen, our Goulburn Valley correspondent, popped into the Seymour footy ground on his way home from the final day of the Boxing Day Test. Kings Park wasn’t quite as lively as the… Continue reading

Wayde’s world – quiet days in Devenish, Victoria

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Wayde Petersen, Scoreboard Pressure‘s Goulburn Valley correspondent, visited the Devenish ground and inevitably pondered the plight of country footy teams.  Wayde reports that the Devenish  Football & Netball Club folded in 2006 (after… Continue reading

The final Grand Final – Goulburn Valley Football League 2013

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The last in this year’s series of Grand Final scoreboards is from the last of the Victorian Grand Finals to be played each year. The Gouburn Valley Football League play their season finales… Continue reading

Grand Final scoreboards – Kyabram District Football League 2013

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Photo and words by Wayde Petersen After 31 years the mighty Murchison Grasshoppers broke their premiership drought with a 31 point win over Stanhope at Tatura. Murchison, despite some wayward kicking, seemed to… Continue reading

Wayde’s world – Wunghnu, Victoria

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Photos and research by Wayde Petersen There are no numbers on the Wunghnu scoreboard because there are no games at Wunghu. There are no games because there are no teams. There are no… Continue reading