Seymour overcomes a tough challenge from Euroa.CHALPAT SONTI August 21, 2014 3:41am
As A-grade netball games go, Seymour’s clash with Euroa on Saturday was never going to be a classic, but the Lions did what they should have with September firmly in their sights.
Seymour downed the old enemy 47-33 in what was an at-times scrappy and physical game.
‘‘It was the type of game we expected,’’ coach Ash Chapman said.
‘‘They’ve got plenty of experience and it was always going to be a tough match but our girls persisted. I made a few changes throughout the game and they just kept pushing on. We could adjust our structure and court play as required.’’
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