All the results from senior and junior competitions.November 15, 2012 4:23am
Bruce Anderson prepares to serve for Seymour against Avenel.
Section one: Seymour 3-48 lt Avenel Hansen 6-65; Avenel Wright 3-39 lt Euroa Forlonge 6-65.
Section two: Seymour 7-67 d Avenel 2-37.
Steve Garner fires in a return for Avenel against Seymour.
Wednesday night: St Mary’s 6-6-36 d Nagambie Magpies 0-0-19; Seymour Lions 3-3-21 lt Seymour Tigers 3-3-31.
Hayden Brett in full flight for Seymour against Avenel.
Section one: Broadford Green 6-30 d Avenel 0-0.
Section three: Wallan 0-9 lt Avenel 6-36; Kilmore 1-14 lt Seymour 5-32.
Section four: Broadford Blue 2-23 lt Seymour Blue 4-33.
Section five: Avenel White 3-26 d Wallan Blue 3-24; Avenel Blue 1-19 lt Wallan White 5-33; Pyalong 4-32 d Nagambie 2-21.
Section six: Wandong Blue 0-9 lt Seymour Blue 6-36; Seymour Red 3-25 d Pyalong 3-24.
Seymour best on courts:
Seniors — L. Brett (Section One), R. Maude (Section Two).
Juniors — G. Waite (Section Three), G. Sharp (Seymour Blue, Section Four), C. Christie (Seymour Red, Section Four), J. Hardman (Seymour Blue, Section Six), J. Tennant (Seymour Red, Section Six).
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