A morale-boosting win for Seymour against Euroa.CHALPAT SONTI August 20, 2014 3:40am
A happy Seymour under-18 side leaves the main oval at Kings Park after thrashing Euroa by 97 points on Saturday.
This has been a tough season for everyone associated with the Seymour senior football side, but there was something to celebrate against Euroa at Kings Park on Saturday.
Apart from the 55-point win against the old enemy, the Lions played what many regarded as their best quarter of footy for the season. And it came with the game still in the balance.
Seymour had gone into half-time with a five-point lead but then banged on eight goals to two in the third term to end the game as a contest. And that was against a side that had been in reasonably good form, despite seeing its finals chances slip away.
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