Lions fall by two goals to Shepparton Swans.CHALPAT SONTI July 9, 2014 3:43am
Damien Inness and Ricky Misiti both go up for the mark in the reserves game, but they only managed to spoil it for each other...
It’s a funny game, football.
Play badly for three quarters and well for one, and you might just about win the game. Play badly for one quarter and well for three and you get the same result.
It is frustrating for Seymour players, coaching staff and supporters, but the Lions continue to find a way to get close, but not take the cigar.
It happened again at Kings Park on Saturday, when Seymour failed by just two goals to bring the high-flying Shepparton Swans back to earth.
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