No one can remeber the last time Seymour beat the Shepparton-based side in all three open-age netball games.CHALPAT SONTI July 9, 2014 3:34am
Star of the show - Casey Adamson was outstanding for Seymour's A-grade netball side in its big win over Shepparton Swans on Saturday.
As messages to the rest of the competition go, this one could hardly have been any clearer.
It is doubtful whether there has been an A-grade netball win since the glory days of the late 1980s for Seymour quite like the top-of-the-table clash with Shepparton Swans on Saturday.
Going into the game, the teams were separated by percentage. Coming out of it, the Lions must surely have rocketed to flag favourites — even if they aren’t thinking about it themselves — with a 48-29 demolition of the GVNL powerhouse and defending premier.
This was no ordinary win. Coming into the game with a probably less-than-satisfactory build-up against some of the lesser lights, Seymour absolutely destroyed the Swans early.
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