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Three in a row for Seymour netballers

But the tough tests are about to begin.

CHALPAT SONTI May 1, 2014 3:52am

Courtney Aldous had to back up from under-17 to help out an injury-hit B-grade and wasn't fazed with the higher level.


Three out of three is a great way to start the season, but the pleasing thing for Seymour’s A-grade netball side must be the manner of the wins.

The Lions again showed resilience under pressure to beat the favoured Euroa side 43-41 on Anzac Day.

The game see-sawed throughout and was only settled with about 15 seconds to go when Millie Brock goaled under pressure to make it safe.

At times the Magpies looked like they might take hold of the game but Seymour always found a way to come back.


The Seymour Football Netball Club will start its popular NET SET GO program on Friday at Kings Park starting at 4pm.

If you are five to 10 years-old and you want to learn netball skills and have some fun come and join them. For more information, phone Cathy McInerney on 0409235515.

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