The Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade final didn't go to plan, but who took out the B- and C-grade titles?CHALPAT SONTI March 26, 2014 4:42am
The Broadford side which won the Seymour District Cricket Association B-grade final over Royals on Saturday.
The Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade cricket final might not have gone to script at the weekend — a wet wicket put paid to that — but there was no doubting the lower-grade champions.
While Kilmore and Broadford will have to play the second day of their game on Saturday — a reserve day — the Red-and-Blacks and Flowerdale ended up winning their respective B-grade and C-grade finals easily, with Royals the victim on both occasions.
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