Seymour falls short under lights against Euroa.CHALPAT SONTI April 30, 2014 3:56am
As losses go, any defeat by Euroa is hard to swallow, but the way Seymour went down on Friday night was particularly disappointing.
After holding its own with a bigger, stronger Magpies outfit through three quarters, the Lions went missing in the final term, and as good as gifted the home side a 14-point victory in the Anzac Day clash.
Euroa didn’t change much, but its consistency shone through as an error-prone Seymour side reverted to some bad habits to give up a five-point lead without a whimper.
It ended all so differently from how it began.
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