Rochester out of the way, now for Shepparton SwansCHALPAT SONTI July 2, 2014 3:29am
As one of the clashes of the season looms at Kings Park on Saturday, the Seymour A-grade netball side has warmed up in the best possible style.
The Lions were expected to beat Rochester and they did, 43-17 in testing wet and windy conditions. It was a low-scoring game given the conditions, but Seymour’s consistency of effort shone through as it went top-of-the-table on percentage.
The home side won each of the first three quarters by six and the last by eight. It was a win built again from the back, where Bec Kelly and Casey Adamson shone, and the ever-consistent Sarah Douglas supplied plenty of ammunition through the midcourt.
‘‘We executed what we had to execute,’’ coach Ash Chapman said.
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