A dominant Nagambie soars
Nagambie are flying high this season.
It’s a change that has caused a level of confusion and put pressure firmly on the Seymour Junior Football League.
If the members of the Nagambie Rowing Club had not been stationary, they would have almost made it to Sydney.
After two weeks off due to an interleague and regular season bye it was an eager Seymour Lions youth girls’ team that went to battle in Nathalia against the Northern Angels on Sunday.
It might not have been its most comprehensive win, but Seymour made sure it did away with bottom-placed Tatura on Saturday to continue its march to finals.
It was billed as the match of the round, with second-placed Nagambie taking on competition leader Stanhope in hopes of snatching top brass.
Nagambie made sure it made a massive statement to the competition in its 98-point win over Stanhope on Saturday.
Ten of the best Goulburn Valley League players, including Seymour Lions duo Jason Cole and Zac Keogh, have been named in the initial Victoria Country squad that will take on the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) in the Brian Moloney Cup clash on July 13. The match will be played at Carlton’s IKON Park, with the 58-player squad set to be cut down to a final 22 after four training sessions.
Not often do you get the chance to win a football game off your own boot, but for Seymour youngster Ben Rigoni, that’s exactly what happened when he slotted a goal after the siren to gift the Lions a one-point win over Tatura on Saturday.
It may not have been their prettiest win, but it was a win nonetheless, with Avenel sneaking past Murchison-Toolamba by five points in the Kyabram District League on Saturday.
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