Lions A-grade side score a thrilling win at Kyabram.CHALPAT SONTI May 21, 2014 3:37am
Maree Hard's daughter Kathryn might now play for Kyabram but she and Seymour's Cathy McInerney were first on the scene to help injured Lions defender Rebecca Kelly off the court.
The Seymour A-grade netball side might not be a juggernaut just yet, but it sure feels like one in the making.
The Lions maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a rare victory at Kyabram on Saturday.
Not before a few heart flutters in making it five from five.
After opening up a 10-goal lead at one point in the second quarter, Seymour had to cope with the loss of star defender Rebecca Kelly through an ankle injury and then a big Bombers fightback to post a 49-48 win.
No-one among those who have been around the club a long time could remember the last A-grade win at Kyabram.
The Bombers had started to come back when Kelly went down early in the third term but Seymour then stretched the lead out to eight.
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