Sport

Self belief helps Tabilk to win

TABILK. Under-14. Today was a day when self belief shone through.. The way we worked as a team was everything we have been training for.. Last time we played Euroa we had 20 players to draw from; this time we had just 18.. Tabilk kicked three goals

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The Telegraph
Jun 23 2017
Sport

Excellent win for Lions

RESERVES. Seymour got away with a 15-point win over Echuca.. Both sides hit the scoreboard in a tight first quarter that saw the Lions ahead by just nine points at quarter time.. Seymour took control in the second term, kicking three goals to the

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 23 2017
Sport

Close but not close enough

After a gruelling few weeks of netball, Seymour was hoping for an upset win at Victoria Park but it wasn’t to be, with the Lions going down by nine goals.. Having lost their past two games by less than 10 goals, the Lions have been striving

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Reality check Lions down and out and looking for answers

Echuca got the better of Seymour at Victoria Park on Saturday.. In a difficult fixture away from home, the Lions looked flat without talismanic full-forward Saad Saad in attack.. Star midfielder Jason Cole was also out of action due to a hamstring

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Swans flying proud...

Avenel has kept up its mid-season resurgence with a confidence-boosting win over Rushworth.. A hotly contested first quarter saw both sides go at it and the Swans clinging to a narrow nine-point lead at quarter time.. The home side took the

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Swans in blistering...

Despite a patch of bad luck with injury woes, Avenel has continued its blistering form, dismantling Rushworth at home.. The visitors took up the challenge early and really pressed Avenel in the first quarter as the Swans adjusted to the new players

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Win prizes in cycling...

Mitchell Shire Leisure Centre members with a passion for pedalling are encouraged to jump on an exercise bike and take part in the Tour de Mitchell.. The competition, now in its third year, challenges people to cycle as far as they can during the

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Capital Gain breezes to Group One win after Seymour trial

Queensland Trainer Paul Butterworth is celebrating with a huge team of owners after becoming a Group One winner, with exciting juvenile Capital Gain winning the JJ Atkins Stakes (1600m) at Doomben last weekend.. ‘‘I think he’s

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Chance to be seen in action

Lachlan Wright dreams of umpiring in the AFL.. The 15-year-old Seymour College student, who is a boundary umpire in the Goulburn Valley League, has been selected to represent Victoria at the Australian School Sport championships in July.. This

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Learn to bowl

Seymour. For the information of all bowlers, would-be and could-be bowlers.. Seymour Bowling Club is holding a skills training session for club members, friends and relatives who may be interested in trying lawn bowls.. It will be held every Sunday

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Club champions

Nagambie. Last Wednesday saw 13 players gather for the fourth and final round of the club championships.. The winner of the A-grade daily competition was Jenny Jeong with a nett 72.. The winner of B-grade and C-grade was Jo Goodacre with a nett 73

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
Sport

Player numbers are...

We are continuing to promote our table tennis programs and it is pleasing to see numbers slowly but surely building, particularly as we head into winter.. Our Wednesday night graded round-robin group competition continues to be busy with numbers

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
Sport

Lions ready to...

Seymour Football Netball Club will celebrate the successes of its football and netball teams with a huge reunion this Saturday night.. On the night the club will be paying homage to every one of Seymour’s football and netball premiership teams

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
Sport

Kings win

The Seymour and District Darts Association Summer grand final kicked off in a traditional way, with some high scores thrown in among some very nervous darts.. At the end of the team and doubles games, the score sat at 2-1 in favour of the Kings.. In

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
Sport

Lions give early scare but Saints hold on

A spirited performance from Seymour gave Benalla a scare at Kings Park.. Confident and loud out on the court, Benalla came out in the first quarter looking to take control of the game early.. The fast-firing Saints got away to an early lead

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 17 2017
Sport

Reward for hard work

Rushworth made Nagambie work for the four points on Saturday.. Without the services of Rachael Mundy, the Lakers looked thin in defence but were able to regroup and hit the accelerator in the second half.. Having recruited well in the off-season

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 17 2017
Sport

Schache sticks with...

Josh Schache is staying put. The young Seymour-bred forward ended months of speculation about his future last week by inking a new two-year deal to stay at Brisbane.. Schache was granted two weeks leave from the AFL club recently, fuelling rumours

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The Telegraph
Jun 17 2017
Sport

Swans put stamp on top...

Avenel recorded its fourth win on the trot after an impressive showing against Undera.. The 187-point demolition has evened the Swans’ season ledger at four wins and four losses, moving them to the top six for the first time this season

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The Telegraph
Jun 17 2017
Sport

Swans glide to another...

Avenel has barely been tested in its premiership defence this season, and nothing changed for the Swans against Undera on Saturday.. It was touted as a tough match against the fifth-placed Lions, who had pushed KDNL powerhouse Nagambie to within 10

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The Telegraph
Jun 17 2017
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