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Teach na Teamhrach Meath Junior A Football Championship Quarter Final
Carnaross 6-08 Seneschalstown 2-11
Meath Reserve League Round 6
Simonstown Gaels 3-16 Seneschalstown 1-07
Seneschalstown began brightly on a warm summers evening on the north side of Navan before ultimately being well defeated by their hosts.
Simonstown kicked the opening two scores before some good work from Conor Cantwell set up David Gordon for his opening point who then added his second moments later after he was found in the full forward line by Ryan O'Dowd. Cantwell continued with his bright start when he put the away side into the lead with a fine effort of his right peg.
Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group A Round
Seneschalstown 1-10 Blackhall Gaels 0-09
Meath Ladies U-13 Division 1 Round 1
Seneschalstown 3–06 Dunboyne 0-10
A beautiful, sunny morning in Fr Tully Park, provided the perfect setting for the U13 girls Division 1 opening game against a strong Dunboyne outfit on Sunday.
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 League Round 1
Oldcastle 2-10 Seneschalstown 4-04
A match against Oldcastle in Millbrook is never an easy place to get a positive result but on Friday night the Seneschalstown U-15 girls managed to come away with a share of the spoils after an epic comeback in the second half. The girls only managed a single point in the first half with signs of the summer break showing finding themselves 1-04 to 0-01 behind at half time.
Meath Ladies SFC Round 4
Seneschalstown 3-10 Simonstown Gaels 1-09
Going into this game on Friday evening against Simonstown, Seneschalstown knew that they needed to win to keep the pressure on table toppers Oldcastle which would also enhance their grip on a potential home semi-final spot. They were also looking to make it two home victories in less than 5 days following Tuesday evenings’ victory over Boardsmill.
Patrick Ward U-16 Tournament Final
Seneschalstown 5-09 Simonstown Gaels 4-11
Sunday evening last saw Fr. Tully Park play host to a thriller as Seneschalstown and Simonstown Gaels served up an excellent match in the final of the Patrick Ward Tournament. End to end throughout, both sides had spells of dominance and right to the death the outcome was in the balance as had the game gone on a further thirty seconds Simonstown may have had time to engineer one further score to either draw or win the match.
U-14 Roinn B Shield Final
Simonstown Gaels 2-14 Seneschalstown 3-07
Despite a performance in which every player gave it their all Seneschalstown’s U-14’s just came up short in the Roinn B Shield Final which was played in idyllic conditions in Dunganny. Over the course of a pulsating fifty minutes both sides had their spells of dominance but ultimately it was the greater scoring power of the youngsters from the North side of Navan which saw Simonstown emerge victorious.
LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 3 Round 1
Longwood/Clonard 2-11 Seneschalstown 6-08
Kellogg’s Cúl Camp
Once more this year we are delighted to be a host venue for the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps. The camp in Seneschalstown will this year be held from Monday July 18th – Friday July 22nd. The cost for the first child in a family is €55 with a sliding scale applying thereafter.
To book your child’s place please follow the following link - https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?county=23&venue=1044&year=2016
Schools Festival of Football
The Seniors kept their winning run in the League going on Saturday evening when earning a four point victory over Navan O’Mahonys in Paddy O’Brien Park. Having fallen behind with ten minutes remaining they responded well and scored two goals to secure the brace of points.
Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, David Matthews, Damien Sheridan (0-01), Joe Sheridan (1-00), Niall Hickey (1-00), Brian Sheridan (0-01), Adam Carey (0-01), Johnny Gilsenan (0-01), Niall Groome, Bryan Clarke (1-05, 0-05fs).
Last Saturday saw the Seniors defeat St. Peter’s Dunboyne in Round 7 of the A League Division 1 by 1-18 to 2-13.
Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, Niall Groome, Joe Sheridan (1-03), Damien Sheridan, Jonathan Gilsenan (0-03), Brian Sheridan (0-01, 0-01 Free), James Meade, Stephen Finnegan (0-02), Robert Ruddy, Bryan Clarke (0-09, 0-08 Frees).
Seneschalstown Substitution: Darragh Keogh for R. Ruddy.
This weekend sees them play Navan O’Mahonys on Saturday at 18:00 in Paddy O’Brien Park in Round 8 of the League.
Seneschalstown GFC is small rural club from the Beauparc/Kentstown parish situated about 6 miles east of Navan and 3 miles south of Slane.
The club has a proud history in all levels of GAA football over the years and more recently with our Ladies teams.
The club has enjoyed much success in all competitions and has been fortunate to have many players represent the county teams with distinction.
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