Seymour took to Kings Park against Lower Plenty on Saturday.CHALPAT SONTI March 19, 2014 4:48am
Hugh Robertson gets through the traffic, and along with supporting teammate Brett Meredith was among Seymour's best.
As a first hit out, the new coach couldn’t be happier.
That was the reaction from Brent Colbert after Seymour took on Northern League outfit Lower Plenty at Kings Park on Saturday.
The record will show the Lions lost the five-quarter game 11.10 (76) to 7.11 (53), having to play three terms into a strong breeze, but it was a promising way to blow off the cobwebs by a side featuring an even mix of seniors and reserves players.
READ MORE — AND HOW NAGAMBIE FARED IN ITS PRE-SEASON HITOUT — IN THIS WEEK’S SEYMOUR TELEGRAPH
Tatura's new forwards coach Maddie Rijs is most likely a pioneer for women's coaches in country football after being appointed by the Bulldogs.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala Cricket Club has hosted the first ever ACA Masters contest at the Stan Hargreaves Oval in Yarrawonga.
The regular annual tour of heritage-listed former Internment Tatura Camp One again this year attracted interest from Melbourne and Interstate visitors.
AFFORDABLE property is not out of reach — it is just out of town.
A GROUP of Rochester Secondary College students visited Bendigo last week to donate blood for the first time.
Bowls Club hosts 49th Victorian Country Masters Pairs
The Oriential Weatherloach has infested the Goulburn River.
The largest ever Strawberry Fields crowd turned out to enjoy the event on the Murray River at Tocumwal at the weekend.
AFTER the hottest October in Victoria since records began in the 1850s, it will come as little surprise that rainfall across the district was unusually low.
Although finishing the competition a day earlier than he would have liked, Katamatite local Curtis Hanley was still thrilled that he reached his goal at the recent Victorian Open for Lawn Bowls.
‘Peppinella’ development bigger than first planned
Watch and Act issued for Corowa and Wahgunyah near Rutherglen, urging people to leave now as conditions may worsen.
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