Celebrating cricket history
Seymour Cricket Club has a rich and decorated history, and that will be celebrated this weekend at the club’s reunion festivities, which will run from Friday night to Sunday.
Junior and senior tennis competitions started Saturday in perfect conditions.
Seymour Blasters will unveil its premiership flag from season 2017-18 at their home game on Saturday night.
Hundreds of rowers are expected to attend the 13th annual Tahbilk Bridge to the Vines Head of the Goulburn event on Saturday, October 27.
Seymour Little Athletics Centre’s 2018-19 season kicked off on Friday, with large numbers of current and new athletes at Kings Park, Seymour.
Nagambie made a massive statement in its Cricket Shepparton debut on Saturday.
Round 10 kicked off on Monday night and considering there is only four games left in the division one season it is quite incredible the movement still happening at the top end of the ladder.
Seymour Field and Game held its monthly shoot in Avenel on Saturday and even though they were competing against the Seymour Show and school holidays, 127 keen competitors turned up for a 75-target handicap event.
After a short hiatus, table tennis numbers have picked up in the past couple of months and the competition has been well supported.
Eastern Hill showed they will be a dominant force in the Seymour District Cricket Association as they dispatched local rivals Tallarook on Saturday.
Nagambie bowlers will be the envy of the region when a new premier synthetic turf green is installed at the club.
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