Tag Archive: Western Australia

Wyalkatchem, Western Australia

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There was a footy team Wyalkatchem for about 100 years until the club folded in 2010. The name came back in the form of the Dowerin-Wylie Tigers in the Mortlock Football League in… Continue reading

Scoreboard of life ticks over to another year

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Scoreboard Pressure thanks you for your support and encouragement throughout 2016. Special thanks to Titian and Julie for letting two codgers from either side of the continent to indulge their common interests. Thanks… Continue reading

Boyanup, Western Australia

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I first visited Boyanup Oval in 2011 and it was clear then that the ground was no longer used for senior football. A recent visit showed the scoreboard has been through some hard… Continue reading

Scoreboard Pressure’s cameo on The Local Footy Show

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The Local Footy Show segment on Friday 18 July 2014  about Scoreboard Pressure is now on YouTube. Enjoy nine minutes and 16 seconds of scoreboard yarns. Many thanks to Channel 31 and Daryl,… Continue reading

Harvey Recreation Reserve, Western Australia

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Photos and text by Les Everett On Good Friday 2011 I pulled into the empty Harvey Recreation Ground and looked around. I looked again. No scoreboard. Luckily there was someone else at the… Continue reading

Cruickshank Sports Arena, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT The scoreboards at the recent Eastern Goldfields Cricket Association grand finals didn’t have expansive stories to tell. But they did the job. Communication between the official scorer and the board… Continue reading

Gil Fraser Reserve, North Fremantle, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT GIL FRASER RESERVE is one of WA’s best looking football grounds. It sits near the Swan River and is watched over by a stately old grandstand. It’s the home of… Continue reading

Kellerberrin, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT Kellerberrin is the other half of the 2011 Avon Football Association premiership winning Kellerberrin-Tammin Kats. The towns are both on the Great Eastern Highway with Kellerberrin 23km closer to Perth.… Continue reading