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June 15, 2017

Alex Hay gets down low to gain possession in the reserves.

Tom Martin was one step ahead of his oppponent in the reserves.

Liam Hockley looks for options downfield in the reserves.

Reserves

Seymour’s reserves side was never in doubt in its 96-point thrashing of Benalla.

Seymour took the reins early and asserted its dominance in the contest.

The Lions looked in control and worked the ball around the field with ease.

A seven-goal first term set the Lions up for the remainder of the match.

Bryce Scoullar kicked two goals to open the scoring and repeated the effort in the second quarter.

Six unanswered goals gave the Lions a lead of 72 by half-time.

Benalla managed to find some form in the third quarter as it went into damage control.

Four goals from the Saints stopped the bleeding, but only temporarily.

The Lions got four back and finished the game with three unanswered goals in the final quarter.

Score: Seymour 20.14 (134) d Benalla 6.2 (38).

Goals: B. Scoullar 7; J. Zuccala 3; L. Hockley, J. Durham 2; A. Hay, M. Jones, B. Tarran, A. Galofaro, H. Szczykulski.

Best: Not listed.

Thirds

The under-18s didn’t fare as well against Benalla.

The young Lions opened the scoring through Nathan Kipping but conceded the next four to trail by 22 points at quarter-time.

Kipping goalled to open the second before Benalla kicked six unanswered majors to blow the game out of contention.

The Lions managed just two more goals after half-time as the Saints ran riot.

Score: Seymour 4.4 (28) lt Benalla 18.15 (123).

Goals: N. Kipping 2; R. Allison, W. Wyllie.

Best: Not listed.

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