Disappointing Seymour go down to Rochester.CHALPAT SONTI July 2, 2014 3:41am
Max McLean and Bailey Gregson both go for the ball as Jesse Thelen has his eye on marking it in behind in the under-18 game.
The losses are piling up for Seymour, with the Lions seemingly unable to take a trick.
It continued at Kings Park on a dull Saturday when the home side was beaten by 32 points by Rochester. It could have been a lot worse, with the Tigers’ inaccuracy probably costing a deserved win by much more.
When it came down to it, the visitors played smarter. In the first quarter they got a good start going to what was effectively in the poor weather conditions at that point the non-scoring end.
Though the Lions roared back to lead at the first term, the value of a couple of goals was evident in the second quarter when Seymour was held scoreless.
It was the second time in successive home games the Lions failed to get on the board in a quarter, and like the opening term against Tatura, Seymour played poorly. It tended to overuse the ball in the conditions, but what followed was worse because the third quarter was arguably even poorer, even though the Lions kicked 1.1.
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