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Surrogate scoreboards (volume 1)

If you can’t find a scoreboard with numbers, find numbers that remind you of scoreboards.

The Opec Systems First X1 made a steady start of 1/41 this afternoon at the Orange St Recreation Reserve. 155 more words

Scoreboards

Charlton Park, Charlton, Victoria

Photos by Hannah Maskell

The last thing Charlton players and supporters would want to look at over summer is a scoreboard. Any scoreboard.

The last time they looked at a scoreboard, at the Wycheproof ground on Grand Final Day 2014, they saw that they had lost to Wedderburn by a point. 134 more words

Victorian Scoreboards

Know your Ultrak T400 Volleyball Scoreboard

The time has gone when the old way of scoring, known as ‘side out scoring,’ was used to display the score points of the team playing the volleyball match. 273 more words

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Keeping score

The scoreboard at Drummoyne Oval was first used for a cricket game on the 7 January 1961. At the time it was described as ‘the best suburban-ground scoreboard in the metropoltan area’. 47 more words

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Wellington, New Zealand, 1950-51

Look closely, very closely, and you may spy not only famous cricket names on the scoreboards, such as Bailey, Edrich and Hadlee, but the scoreboard attendants themselves: one seated to the left, one standing to the right. 77 more words

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Dacca, Pakistan, 1959-60

The things you find while cleaning up around the house in that lull between Christmas and New Year.
(Part 3).

You can just make out the words ‘Pakistan’ and ‘Australia’ on the scoreboard, in this image from, once again, The illustrated history of Test Cricket, The First Century (published by Marshall Cavendish, 1977). 115 more words

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A.W.Langshaw Reserve, Altona North, Victoria

A.W. Langshaw Reserve, between Third and Fifth Avenue in Altona North, is home to the Altona Roosters Cricket Club and the Powerhouse Rugby Club.

When I took the above photo one of the cricketers said light-heartedly, “Oi, we’ve got copyright on that scoreboard.” 32 more words

Victorian Scoreboards