Around the grounds (A to Z)

AAMI Park, Victoria (soccer)

AAMI Stadium/Football Park, South Australia

Adelaide Oval, South Australia

Adelaide Oval milestones

Adelaide Oval – inside!

Afghanistan (Jalalabad)

Airport West, Victoria

Albert Ground, Victoria

Aldinga, South Australia

Altona North, Victoria

Altona, Grant Reserve, cricket

Altona Roosters, cricket

Alphington, Pitcher Park, cricket

Anakie, Victoria

Anfield, Liverpool, England

Anglesea (footy ground), Victoria

Anglesea (cricket grounds), Victoria

Apollo Bay, Victoria

Arden Street, Victoria

Ariah Park, New South Wales

Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra (soccer)

Avenel, Victoria

Team names

Inside Trentham scoreboard

Badingarra, Western Australia

Bakers Oval, Geelong West, Victoria

Ballarat, Eastern Oval, Victoria

Ballarat, Eureka Stadium, Victoria

Ballarat, White Flat Oval, Golden Point, Victoria

Barellan, New South Wales

Bassendean, Western Australia

Bath Cricket Club, England

Belgrave, Victoria (i)

Belgrave, Victoria (ii)

Bellbrae, Victoria

Bell Park, Victoria

Bell Post Hill (soccer), Victoria

Berri Memorial Oval, South Australia

Berlin (Maifeld), Germany

Berwick (VFA and CCFNL), Victoria

Beverley, Western Australia

Birregurra, Victoria

Blackwood, Victoria

Bluetongue Stadium, Gosford, NSW

Bombay 1969

Borrika, South Australia

Boulder, Western Australia

Boulder Bowling Club, Western Australia

Border Districts, South Australia

Bowral, New South Wales

Box Hill North, Victoria

Bridgetown, Western Australia

Brisbane, The Gabba, Queensland

Brisbane Golf Club, Queensland, 1960

Broadford, Victoria

Brookton, Western Australia

Broome, Haynes Oval, Western Australia

Broome, McMahon Sports Field, Western Australia

Brunswick, Victoria

Brunswick Junction, Western Australia

Buln Buln, Victoria

Buln Buln, Victoria (revisited)

Bunbury (South Bunbury), Western Australia

Bunnaloo, New South Wales

Burnie, Tasmania (West Park Oval)

Burracoppin, Western Australia

Busselton, Western Australia

Byron Bay, New South Wales

Calcutta 1967

Campbell Town, Tasmania (David Bridie CD photo 2013)

Campbell Town, Tasmania (Chris Rees feature 2014)

Camperdown, Victoria

Canada (Toronto)

Canning Vale, Westerm Australia

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape York, Queensland

Carlton (Princes Park/Visy Park/Optus Oval), Victoria

Casey Fields, Cranbourne, Victoria

Castlemaine, Victoria

Central Reserve Waverley, Victoria

Cervantes, Western Australia

Chadstone (Jordan Reserve), Victoria

Charlton, Victoria

Churchill, Victoria

Claremont, Western Australia

Claremont, Scotch College, Western Australia

Cobden, Victoria

Coburg City Oval, Victoria

Cocoroc, Victoria

Colac (Central Reserve), Victoria

Collie, Western Australia

Collingwood, Victoria (Victoria Park)

Collingwood’s scoreboard sculpture, Victoria

Coomera, Queensland

Corrigin, Western Australia

Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria

Cranbrook School, Rose Bay, New South Wales

Cressy, Victoria

Culcairn, New South Wales

Culgoa, Victoria

Dampier, Western Australia

Dandaragan, Western Australia

Danny Serena Ballpark, ACT (Stirling Oval)

Darwin, Larrakia Stadium

Darwin, (Marrara) Northern Territory

Darwin (Gardens Oval), Northern Territory

Daylesford, Victoria

Denmark, Western Australia

Derby, Tasmania

Devenish, Victoria

Dunsborough, Western Australia

East Fremantle, Western Australia

East Malvern, Victoria

Eaton, Western Australia

Elizabeth, South Australia

Elsternwick Park, Victoria

Emerald, Victoria

Esperance, Western Australia

Essendon (Windy Hill), Victoria

Etihad Stadium, Victoria

Etihad Stadium, 2011 VFL Grand Final, Victoria

Etihad Stadium(Telstra Dome), 1998 Grand Final, Victoria

Euroa, Victoria

Fearon Reserve, Williamstown, Victoria

Ferntree Gully, Victoria

Fitzroy, Victoria (Brunswick St Oval)

Footscray, Mervyn G Hughes Oval, Victoria

Footscray, Whitten Oval. Victoria

Fremantle Oval, Western Australia

Gateshead, England

Gaza/Klemzig, South Australia

Geelong West (West Oval), Victoria

Geeveston, Tasmania

Gellibrand, Victoria

Gembrook, Victoria

Geranium, South Australia

Geraldton, Recreation Ground, Western Australia

Geraldton, Wonthella Oval, Western Australia

Gibson, Western Australia

Gidgegannup, Western Australia

Gil Fraser Reserve, Western Australia

Gingin, Western Australia

Gisborne, Gardiner Reserve, Victoria

Gisborne, Sankey Reserve, Victoria

Glenelg, South Australia

Glenferrie Oval, Hawthorn, Victoria

Golden Point, Ballarat, Victoria

Goomalling, Western Australia

Gosnells, Sutherlands Park, Western Australia

Gottlieb Daimler Stadion, Stuttgart

Grand Final scoreboards (part 1)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 2)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 3)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 4)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 5)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 6)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 7)

Grand Final scoreboards (part 8)

Grand Final scoreboards – FIDA 2013

Grand Final scoreboards – FIDA 2014

Grand Finals scoreboards – Northern Riverina 2009

Grand Final scoreboards – VFL 1970

Grand Final scoreboards – Northern Riverina 2011

Grand Final scoreboards – SANFL 2003 and 2006

Grand Final scoreboards – VFL Development 2013

Grand Final scoreboards – Victorian Super Rules Over 35s Reserves 2013

Grand Final scoreboards – VFL  2013

Grand Final scoreboards – WAFL 2015

Grand Final scoreboards – Sydney AFL Under 19s 2015

Gunbalanya, Northern Territory

Hepburn ground

Inside Hepburn scoreboard

Harry Trott Oval, St Kilda, Victoria

Harvey Recreation Reserve, Western Australia

Heidelberg North, Victoria

Henty, Showground, New South Wales

Hepburn, Victoria

Herne Hill Reserve, Geelong (St Joseph’s)

High Wycombe, Western Australia

Hill End, Victoria

Horsham (Dock Lake Reserve), Victoria

Hume and Hovell Cricket Ground, Strath Creek, Victoria

Huntly, Victoria

Hurstbridge, Victoria

Ipswich Town, England

Irrewillipe, Victoria

Joondalup, Western Australia

Junction Oval, St Kilda, Victoria (History)

Junction Oval, St Kilda. (District cricket final 2013-14)

Junee, New South Wales (Laurie Daley Oval)

Jurien Bay, Western Australia

Kambah Oval no.2, ACT (baseball)

Kalgoorlie-Boulder, DR Morrison Oval, Western Australia

Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia (cricket)

Kardinya, Alan Edwards Park, Western Australia

Kardinya, Western Australia

Katamatite, Victoria

Kellerberrin, Western Australia

Kermandie, Tasmania

Kilmore, Victoria

Kilsyth (VFA and EFL), Victoria

Kinglake, Victoria

Kingston, Tasmania

Klemzig Oval (Gaza), South Australia

Kojunup, Western Australia

Koonibba (Thevenard), South Australia

Kooyonga Golf Course, South Australia (1972)

Koroit, Victoria

Kununurra, Western Australia

Kyneton Showgrounds, Victoria

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La Bombonera, Buenos Airies, Argentina

Labrador, Queensland

Lake Grace, Western Australia

Lake King, Western Australia

Lake Oval/Lakeside Oval, South Melbourne, Victoria

Lalor, Victoria

Lancefield, Victoria

Lang Lang, Victoria

Lara, Victoria

Lathlain Park, Perth, Western Australia

Leederville, Western Australia

Leederville, 2011 WAAFL Grand Final

Leeds 1970

Leopold, Victoria

Leeman, Western Australia

Lindisfarne, Tasmania

Linton Street Oval, Moorabbin, Victoria

Liverpool, England

Little River, Victoria

Longwood, Victoria

Lorne, Victoria

Mackay, Queensland (Harrup Park)

Maffra Cricket Club, Victoria

Mandurah, Western Australia

Mansfield, Victoria

Manuka, Australian Capital Territory (old MCG scoreboard)

Marrickville, New South Wales

Maryborough, Queensland

Maryborough, Victoria

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Victoria (history from 1874 to 2011)

Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1913 Grand Final, Victoria

Melbourne Cricket Ground 1966 (Cowdrey Cowper Correction)

Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1970 Grand Final, Victoria

Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1977 Grand Final, Victoria

Melbourne Cricket Ground, relocated to Manuka, ACT

Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1999 Grand Final, Victoria

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Members’ Atrium

Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 1962

Melbourne Cricket Ground, temporary scoreboard, December 2013

Melbourne University main oval (cricket), Victoria

Melton, Victoria

Mernda, Schotters Road, Victoria

Mernda, Waterview Reserve

Merredin, Western Australia (old)

Merredin, Western Australia (new and old)

Miling, Western Australia

Miller, Steve: scoreboard maker

Mirboo North, Victoria

Mittagong, New South Wales

Modewarre, Victoria

Montrose, Victoria

Moorabbin (Linton Street), Victoria

Mooroopna, Victoria

Morningside, Queensland (1970s)

Morwell, Victoria

Morwell East, Victoria

Mosman Cricket Ground, New South Wales

Moulamein, New South Wales

Moyston, Victoria

Mullumbimby, New South Wales

Mundulla, South Australia

Murchison, Victoria

Myponga, South Australia

Box of letters and numbers

Inside Footscray cricket scoreboard

Nagambie, Victoria

Nannup, Western Australia

Narrabundah Ballpark, ACT (baseball)

Narrogin, Western Australia

Naracoorte, South Australia

Newcastle, New South Wales. (Australian Rules football.)

Newcomb, Victoria

Newdegate, Western Australia

Newlyn, Victoria

Newman, Western Australia

New Norfolk, Tasmania

Newport, Victoria (Greenwich Reserve)

Newtown, Western Australia

Noosa, Queensland

Norseman, Western Australia

Northcote, Victoria

North Footscray, Victoria

North Beach, Charles Riley Reserve, Western Australia

Northampton, Western Australia

North Hobart, Tasmania

North Melbourne, Victoria

North Wagga, New South Wales

Norwood, South Australia(1953)

Oakleigh, Victoria

Ocean Grove, Victoria

Ouyen, Victoria

Ouyen, Victoria, renovations

Ouyen, Victoria, goes digital

Paddington, New South Wales (Trumper Oval)

Padthaway, South Australia

Panton Hill, Victoria

Parilla, South Australia

Parkville, Ransford Oval, Victoria

Peanut Farm Reserve, St Kilda, Victoria

Penguin, Tasmania

Penshurst, New South Wales

Prahran (Toorak Park), Victoria (football)

Princes Park Oval Number 1 (cricket), Victoria

Port Colts, Victoria

Port Fairy, Victoria

Port Hedland, Colin Matheson Oval, Western Australia

Port Melbourne, Victoria

Powelltown, Victoria

Preston City Oval, Victoria

Prospect Oval, South Australia

Punt Road Oval, Richmond, Victoria

Punt Road Oval, Richmond, FIDA Carnival

Punt Road, Oval, Richmond, 1958

Scoreboard names at Preston

Scoreboard names at Preston

Red Hill, Victoria

Redpa, Tasmania

Ringwood, Victoria (Jubilee Park) 2014

Ringwood, Victoria (Jubilee Park), 2015

Rockbank, Victoria

Rose Bay, New South Wales (Cranbrook School cricket)

Rosebery, Tasmania

Royal Melbourne Golf Course (East), Victoria

Rye, Victoria

Sandgate, Queensland

Sandringham (Trevor Barker Beach Oval), Victoria

Scottsdale, Tasmania

Sebastopol, Victoria

Seddon Cricket Club, Victoria

Seymour, Victoria

Skinner Reserve, Braybrook (Sunshine VFA), Victoria

Spotswood, Victoria

South Belgrave, Victoria

South Bunbury, Western Australia

Southern Cross, Western Australia

South Kingsville, Victoria (cricket)

South Melbourne, Lake Oval/Lakeside Oval, Victoria

Springvale, Victoria

Steve Miller, scoreboard maker

Fremantle, Stevens Reserve, Western Australia

Stirling Oval, ACT (baseball)

Stožice Stadium, Slovenia

St Peter’s College, Adelaide

Strath Creek, Hume and Hovell Ground, Victoria

Subiaco, 1937, Western Australia

Subiaco, 1973, Western Australia

Subiaco, 2011, Western Australia

Subiaco, 1997, Western Australia

Sunshine, Victoria (Australian Rules football)

Sunshine, Victoria (soccer)

Swanpool, Victoria

Sydney Cricket Ground, New South Wales, 1974/75

Sydney Showgrounds, New South Wales

Tambellup, Western Australia

Tammin, Western Australia

Tarrawingee, Victoria

Tatong, Victoria

The Gabba, Brisbane, Queensland

Thornlie Oval, Western Australia

Thornton, Victoria

Tom Price, Western Australia

Toodyay, Western Australia

Tooradin Recreation Reserve, Victoria

Toorak Park, Prahran, Victoria (cricket) 2013

Toorak Park, Prahran, Victoria (VFA and Amateurs), 1973 and 2014

Toorak Park, 1994

Torquay, Victoria

Trentham, Victoria

Truganina, Victoria (Westbourne Grammar)

Tungamah, Victoria

Ultima, Victoria

Uranquinty, New South Wales

Ungarie, New South Wales

University Oval (Park 10), Adelaide

Upwey, Victoria

Vermont Cricket Club, Victoria

WACA, Perth, Western Australia

Wagga Wagga (Gumly Oval), New South Wales

Wagga (North), McPherson Oval, New South Wales

Wagga (South), Apex Park, New South Wales

Waverley, Central Reserve, Victoria (2013 FIDA Grand Final)

Waverley, Central Reserve, Victoria (2014 FIDA Grand Final)

Wangaratta, 1970 Victoria

Warburton, Victoria

Warracknabeal, Victoria

Werribee, Victoria

West Geelong (Bakers Oval), Victoria

West Newport, Victoria

West Wyalong, New South Wales

Werribee South, Victoria

Werribee South, Victoria (2010 and 2013)

Whitford, MacDonald Reserve, Western Australia

Whitten Oval, Footscray, Victoria

Williams, Western Australia

Williamstown (Bayview St, cricket), Victoria

Williamstown (Fearon Reserve), Victoria

Williamstown, Victoria

Williamstown demolition

Williamstown electronic scoreboard, 2012

Willunga, South Australia

Winchelsea, Victoria

Windy Hill (Essendon), Victoria

Wunghnu, Victoria

Wycheproof, Victoria

Yallourn North, Victoria

Yarck, Victoria

Yarra Glen, Victoria

Yea, Victoria

Yealering, Western Australia

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