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Weekend matches washed out

Nagambie. Persistent heavy rain washed out all the Goulburn Valley Pennant matches on the weekend so both the Division 1 and Division 5 sides remain in the four after five completed matches.. The midweek Division 5 team was defeated by Mooroopn

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The Telegraph
Dec 07 2017
Sport

Deluge of biblical proportions affects play

Nagambie women. On Wednesday, November 29, nine players competed in a Stableford round.. The winner of the 18-hole A-grade competition was Lynne McLean with 37 points on a count back from Sue Verge and the winner of B and C-grades with 42 points was

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The Telegraph
Dec 06 2017
Sport

Athletes gave their all

The Seymour Little Athletics Centre had five teams compete at the regional relays, held in Bendigo on November 25.. Although the weather was not on our side, the heat was not going to stop the athletes from giving everything they had.. Their

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The Telegraph
Dec 06 2017
Sport

Field & Game winds year up

Saturday, December 2 saw Seymour Field and Game hold their final shoot for the year at their grounds in Lambing Gully Rd, Avenel.. This was a two-man team event (with combined handicaps), sponsored by Seymour Goulburn Murray Credit Union, and even

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The Telegraph
Dec 06 2017
Sport

Getting mix right

With the netball preseason kicking off last week Lions head coach Laura Carland said it was a great opportunity for the team to start building some chemistry.. After a problematic start to this season, when the Lions went without a coach until

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Gus McCubbing
Dec 01 2017
Sport

Fountain flies Seymour...

SEYMOUR. The report starts with a result from Sunday week ago at the Marysville Open Tournament.. Mark Fountain had a great day on a difficult course when he won A-grade with 79-10=69.. Back to our home course, and Wednesday was a stableford round

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The Telegraph
Dec 01 2017
Sport

Heat is on the greens

SEYMOUR. Jackpot triples winners on November 15 were Trish Green, John Donohue and Peter Smith with a score of +20.. On November 22, the winners with +22 were Allan Welsh, John Donohue and Rob Baldwin.. At the Friday social evening last week, the

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The Telegraph
Dec 01 2017
Sport

POW Kings go into grand final

With the final dart thrown in anger for the minor rounds, we move into the business end of the season, with a final series shaping up to be an absolute ripper.. The Avenel Steeltips finished top of the ladder, having lost only the two games for the

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The Telegraph
Nov 30 2017
Sport

Blasters’ men win tight battle at home

Against a determined Wodonga Wolves men’s team, the Seymour Blasters had to struggle for a win at the Seymour Sports and Recreation Centre last Saturday.. Wodonga got away early with some three-point shooting but Seymour came back in the last

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The Telegraph
Nov 30 2017
Sport

Strong field takes to the course for twilight ride

SBCC TWILIGHT. Twenty-two riders faced the starter in last Tuesday’s 25km twilight event.. Six groups and 16 minutes separated the field for handicapping.. Leading the charge for the 16-minute group was ever improving Maitland Wallace and new

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The Telegraph
Nov 30 2017
Sport

Nagambie breaks duck

Broadford v Nagambie. Nagambie broke through for its first win this season when it overcame second-placed Broadford.. In a low-scoring match, Broadford managed to make 47, despite being all out in the 28th over.. A tight 4-8 from Jarryd Shepherd

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The Telegraph
Nov 29 2017
Sport

Broadford too strong...

B-GRADE. Seymour v Broadford. Broadford and Seymour started the round on the same points, but it was Broadford who showed how it was done.. With Broadford batting first, they were all out for 188 just short of 45 overs.. An 87-run partnership

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The Telegraph
Nov 29 2017
Sport

Lions keen on training...

New Lions coach Nick Jewell is all smiles after the team launched its preseason training last week.. Jewell said the players were brimming with enthusiasm, with more than 40 turning up at the first training session — which is just what the

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Gus McCubbing
Nov 24 2017
Sport

The other riders had no real Hope

Seymour has had a big week on the track – starting here on Thursday before moving on to Moonee Valley on Friday night.. Riding on her home track local apprentice Tahlia Hope picked up a double before heading to town on Friday where she landed

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The Telegraph
Nov 24 2017
Sport

Vic Open gives pennant bowlers a break

Avenel. How strange it was to not play bowls or prepare afternoon tea on Saturday due to the Victorian Open being played, and it will continue feeling strange for this week with no pennant on Tuesday. Congratulations to the clubs in the Goulburn

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The Telegraph
Nov 23 2017
Sport

Price is right again as Monthly Medal man

Nagambie. Monthly medal specialist Trevor Price claimed another one from a bunched up field all fighting for second place.. An excellent round of 87-18-67 consisting of some solid ball striking and only 23 putts allowed Price to take the win by

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The Telegraph
Nov 23 2017
Sport

Blasters pull through...

The Seymour Blasters were behind until four minutes and 36 seconds to go in the last quarter against a determined Wallan Panthers team at their home stadium on Saturday night.. With some desperate defence and making the best of their opportunities

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The Telegraph
Nov 23 2017
Sport

Bender comes off...

Sixteen riders turned out for our first 25km twilight race for the season.. The field was separated by 14 minutes and five bunches for handicapping.. Leading the charge in warm 32°C conditions was Maitland Wallace (14 min) who did a great job of

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The Telegraph
Nov 22 2017
Sport

Broadford has Wood on...

A-grade. Tallarook v Broadford. The home team was bowled out for 152, just short of their 45 overs.. Leigh Irving (68) and Xavier Youngman (37) helped the team reach the score, with other players struggling to reach double figures

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The Telegraph
Nov 22 2017
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