Seymour far too good for Mooroopna in A-grade clash.CHALPAT SONTI July 30, 2014 3:27am
Seymour’s A-grade netball side was expected to bounce back to winning form when hosting Mooroopna on Saturday, but it was the way it did so that was most impressive.
The Lions trounced the Cats 90-28, which must be the highest score the side has posted in some years.
Seymour was 25-10 up after the first quarter and won the subsequent ones 17-8, 24-6 and 22-4, an impressive display of consistency.
Despite the huge win, the Lions actually dropped from first to second on the ladder, because Shepparton United boosted its percentage by even more.
That will be of little concern to Seymour coach Ash Chapman, who was delighted with the way his team rebounded from the loss to Shepparton Bears.
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