WAAFL: Bali bombing victim remembered with Kingsley Amateur Football Club scoreboard honour

Kingsley Amateur Football Club league coach Antoni Grover, club stalwart Kevin Paltridge, Kingsley Junior Football Club president Hamish Borthen and Kingsley Amateur Football Club committee member John Logan.
Kingsley Amateur Football Club stalwart Kevin Paltridge and his niece Tash Elkins.
Kingsley Amateur Football Club league coach Antoni Grover, club stalwart Kevin Paltridge, Kingsley Junior Football Club president Hamish Borthen and Kingsley Amateur Football Club committee member John Logan. Kingsley Amateur Football Club stalwart Kevin Paltridge and his niece Tash Elkins.

A NEW electronic scoreboard stands at Kingsley Amateur Football Club.

Joining with the Kingsley Junior Football Club, the clubs named the board the Paltridge Family Scoreboard in honour of Corey Paltridge, who was one of seven players who died in the 2002 Bali bombings.

It was funded through a Stronger Communities grant.

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