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O'Keefe on fire but it counts for nought

Seymour skipper says it doesn't matter about his own form if the team loses.

CHALPAT SONTI April 24, 2014 3:43am

The scoreboard and the faces tell it all after the final siren.

Matt O’Keefe is a hard man to please — it’s a family trait — and he more than most felt the one that got away on Saturday.

The defender and Seymour skipper was one of the Lions’ standouts at Mansfield on Saturday, absolutely thrashing the Eagles highly-rated Tasmanian import Mitch Williamson, but it counted for nought as his side suffered a heartbreaking one-goal loss.

It has made for a tough start to the season for both Seymour and its new captain.


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