Euroa A grade ends Lions’ unbeaten streak

Kelly Hill

BEST ON COURT: Jasmely Trotter was recognised for her consistent, reliable efforts on court in B grade. PHOTO: Clair Dobie

AN enormous crowd at Memorial Oval on Saturday enjoyed sensational conditions and some of the most entertaining netball that Seymour and Euroa have ever produced.

A Grade

In what could only be described as an epic battle, Euroa and Seymour A grade girls arguably played the match of the season at Memorial Oval on Saturday.

Seymour were entering the match on the back of a 15 game undefeated run in season 2015, while the Euroa girls have been in a rich vein of form, having not dropped a game since their round nine clash against Kyabram back at the start of June.

As they have managed to do in the important games in recent weeks, it was our Euroa girls who got the best of the start, nailing all of their early opportunities and restricting Seymour’s avenue to goal.

Euroa hit an early five goal lead half-way through the first term when Seymour called a strategic time-out to rally their troops, which proved effective and saw Seymour narrow the margin to three goals at quarter time.

Seymour hit back in the second term, reversing the trend and out-scoring Euroa by four goals, which saw Euroa looking at a one-goal deficit at the long break.

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