All four grades do the job at Mansfield.CHALPAT SONTI April 23, 2014 3:38am
A seven-goal away win over last season’s minor premier is a good indication of the development of Seymour’s A-grade netball side.
The Lions made it two from two for 2014 as they triumphed 47-40 at Mansfield on Saturday, in a high-intensity, fast, physical game that looked to be heading either way for much of it.
But it was Seymour that managed to get a decisive break and hold on, much to the relief of shooter and stand-in coach Kath Knott.
‘‘Seven goals really isn’t much and I was waiting for the final whistle,’’ she said.
‘‘Every time we got a break they seemed to come back at us. Our aim was to stick to our structures, which we did for most of the game, but we would then have a couple of turnovers which would let them come back and catch up a little. We would get a lead and then it would be back to a draw.’’
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