Lions A-grade netball side still top of the table ahead of big game on Saturday.CHALPAT SONTI August 6, 2014 3:31am
Seymour’s A-grade netball side was never expected to be troubled at Rochester on Saturday and so it proved as the Lions cruised to a 65-31 win.
In what was a tougher game than the scoreboard showed, top-of-the-table Seymour was pushed hard by a Tigers side which seemed a lot better than its lowly 10th on the ladder showed.
But the Lions managed to overcome the odd period of sloppiness to pocket the four points easily enough. However, with a clash looming on Saturday against the second-placed Swans, Seymour was done a favour by having another physical contest where it had to earn every ball.
And that was something coach Ash Chapman was happy about.
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