Tuesday, 30 June 2020

KM Reedy Reserve - 2020

KM Reedy Reserve in 2020 facing south.
KM Reedy Reserve is located in Hampton Park, Victoria and is home to Hampton Park United Sparrows, a club that fields teams in the Football Victoria League. The venue has over the years been improved on, with the back pitches having been redone and the pavilion enjoying extensions for more changerooms. Park is available around the pavilion but is limited so many need to park on the feeding road.

Monday, 29 June 2020

Grices Road Reserve - 2020

Grices Road Reserve in 2020 facing east.
Grices Road Reserve in Berwick, Victoria is the home for Berwick Churches Soccer Club, one of the largest clubs in the Victorian Churches Football Association. The reserve has two pitches in front of the pavilion that is also suited for cricket and another purpose-built football pitch to the north-west. The pavilion is set up on the east side of the main pitch with parking bays around it. 

Monday, 22 June 2020

Seaford North Reserve - 2020

Seaford North Reserve facing towards the bay in 2020.
Took my drone out to take some images of the updates to the pavilion to Seaford North Reserve. The new addition to the pavilion that was opened in 2019 includes 2 referred rooms, to additional change rooms, first aid room and a storeroom. The car park also was redone along with other works like the playgrounds.

Sunday, 21 June 2020

Lawson Poole Reserve

Lawson Poole Reserve in 2020 facing east.
Lawson Poole Reserve in Cranbourne underwent a major redevelopment that included two new full-size football pitches to go along with the existing oval and then to top it off a new multipurpose pavilion was built. The venue is situated on the corner of Thomson Road and South Gippsland Highway with access to the car park on Lesdon Avenue. 

Barton Reserve

Barton Reserve in 2020 facing south.
Barton Reserve in Cranbourne West was opened in late 2019 in one of the newer estates in the surrounding suburbs. This is a purpose-built venue for football along with an oval that can split into two football fields. Surrounding it is a car park with the main pavilion situated to the west of the main pitch with some undercover area for spectators. One sensible arrangement is that the coaches boxes are on the east side which means uninterrupted viewing for the spectator. 

Saturday, 13 June 2020

Hitting that restart button.

So as life is slowly getting itself back together the next step to work out what to do when the football season kicks off again in 2020. To be truthful the thought of just getting away to do a match somewhere I have not been too or for some time is far more desirable than to continue to course that Football Chaos has been on for the last few years.

Did it again!