Lions A-grade netballers too strong for Mooroona.CHALPAT SONTI June 26, 2014 3:39am
Just under half a percentage point separates Seymour from the top of the Goulburn Valley Netball League A-grade ladder after a comprehensive 53-24 win at Mooroopna on Saturday.
It what was an at-times scrappy game, the Lions always had control and looked a class above the Cats.
Shooters Ellie O’Sullivan and Millie Brock feasted on some great supply from the midcourt, where Sarah Douglas was outstanding, and further back Bec Kelly was her usual consistent self in defence.
What was impressive was the ability to keep up the pressure for four quarters, something that pleased coach Ash Chapman.
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