Seymour marks the record-breaking 315th game by Shane Schottner by putting in its first four-quarter performance of the season.CHALPAT SONTI July 30, 2014 3:39am
A sight for sore eyes - Shane Schottner wasn't celebrating his first win with the Lions but joined Jordan Hockley who was inside the circle for the song after Seymour produced a great display to beat Mooroopna in "Schotty's" record-breaking 315th game.
It’s taken an entire season but Seymour’s senior football side finally showed what it was capable of at Kings Park on Saturday.
The Lions bounced out of the starting blocks, inspired by playing in Shane Schottner’s record-breaking 315th game, and importantly maintained the effort, intensity and desire for the full four quarters to run out winners by seven goals.
While it was Seymour’s second win this year, it was a far better effort than the other victory, more than two months ago at the same venue against Shepparton Bears.
Having lost the return bout against the Bears in a woeful performance last week, the Lions weren’t going to let that happen again.
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