On face value, Seymour had a shocker against Echuca on Saturday.CHALPAT SONTI June 11, 2014 3:48am
It was one of those days.
When even Saad Saad misses from point-blank range, you know things aren’t going well for Seymour.
And so it was at Echuca on Saturday, when an injury-ravaged Lions slumped to a 61-point defeat at the hands of the lowly Murray Bombers.
On face value, Seymour were awful, apart from a first quarter in which the Lions failed to turn dominance into points.
But with upwards of 11 players missing, including eight walk-up starts and the spine of the side, the young and makeshift Seymour side can’t be judged too harshly.
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