A wrap-up of the weekend results.February 19, 2014 4:48am
Section one: Longwood Lawn 4-60 d Avenel 5-54, St Mary’s v Euroa Gooram — no result supplied.
Section two: Avenel Tolley 4-57 lt Terip Terip Blue 5-58, Avenel Duncalf bye.
Section two: Broadford 1-17 lt Seymour Blue 5-36, Kilmore 3-24 lt Seymour Red 3-28.
Section three: Wallan Red 1-18 lt Seymour 5-34.
Section one: Wallan 2-26 lt Seymour 4-33.
Section two: Kilmore 5-31 d Seymour Blue 1-23, Seymour Red v Beveridge washed out.
Section four: Avenel Green 0-15 lt Seymour 6-36.
Section five: Wandong Blue 0-9 lt Seymour White 6-36, Seymour Blue v Broadford Black washed out.
Section six: Broadford 0-17 lt Seymour Blue 6-36, Seymour White v Wandong washed out.
Seniors: L. Brett (section two Blue), B. Skewes (section two red), J. Woodier (section three).
Juniors: R. Maude (section one), T. Apps/J. Durham (section two Blue), M. Baker (section four), G. Gaspari (section five White), A. Andrew (section six).
A reminder that the annual Labour Weekend tournament is on March 8 and 9 — enter online at www.seymourtenniscomplex.com.au
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