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Meath GAA A league Division 1 Round 6
Seneschalstown 1-16 Navan O’Mahonys 0-10
B League Div 2. Wed 19th April :
Seneschalstown 0 - 14 Simonstown 1 - 08
Seneschalstown started this game having come off two disappoint defeats so were under some pressure to get maximum points and true to form started off with three quick points within 7 mins from James Meade, Brian Maguire and Shane Clarke but were then rocked when a mistake in the full back line allowed the Oldcastle full forward gain possession and he scored their goal, Oldcastle went on to record another 3 points without reply and
B League Div. 4. Sat 15th April
Seneschalstown 1-12 Simonstown 1-11
Seneschalstown gained their second win in their B League Div. 4 with a hard-earned win over a very strong Simonstown team on Saturday evening last.
Played in ideal conditions both teams served up a good brand of running football with some great scores from both sides with scores from Shane Clarke, David Gordon (two), Eddie Meade and Ross Howard in the first half keeping the Seneschalstown lads in touch and trailing by one point at the break, with the half time score at Seneschalstown 0 – 06 Simonstown 1 - 04
Meath Ladies Division 5 League
Clonard 0-2 Seneschalstown 9-16
Seneschalstown had a comprehensive victory against the newly formed Clonard adult team in this Div. 5 third round clash in Clonard. Only formed recently, the Clonard girls gave a good account of themselves and fought right to the end. A nice crowd gathered as this was the first competitive home game for the Clonard team.
Meath Ladies Division 1 League Round 3
Seneschalstown 0 -11 St. Ultans 2 – 10
Seneschalstown Senior Ladies fielded a very young and inexperienced team against St Ultans in the Meath Senior Ladies Round 3 League game on Thursday 20th April 2017 but produced a fantastic display of attacking football against the current Senior Football Champions St. Ultans.
With Seneschalstown U16s needing a win against Summerhill in the final round of the Division 2 championship to secure a semi-final spot a thoroughly convincing performance ensued from a very determined outfit. Summerhill who were short of some of their top players could not contain a rampant attacking performance from the Furze girls in Fr. Tully park.
Indeed, the game as a contest was over by half time the scoreboard reading
Meath U-17 Division 1 League Round 6
Seneschalstown 5-11 Dunshaughlin 2-11
U-14 Division 2 League Round 2
Seneschalstown 3-08 Donaghmore/Ashbourne 2-05
The U14 team arrived in Ashbourne for their second league game versus Donaghmore Ashbourne. The team was missing some key players and their inspirational leader and muse Gerry McDonnell.
U-17 Division 1 League Round 1
St. Colmcilles 3-12 Seneschalstown 6-06
At the end of a pulsating and thrilling game of football which showcased much of what is brilliant in juvenile football Seneschalstown just about held on to claim victory against St. Colmcilles by three points under the floodlights in Piltown on Friday night last.
Drugs and Mental Health Forum
In association with Slane GFC and St. Mary’s GFC we are delighted to host a Drugs and Mental Health Forum in the Conyngham Arms Hotel on Monday November 28th at 20:00.
The issues of drugs and mental health have never been as prevalent in society as they are today and the three clubs have joined forces to host what will be a very informative evening where raising awareness of the different drugs and what we can do to better our mental health will be key features.
Each generation in a club is really only minding it and passing the torch onto the next generation in the best possible condition.
Two gentlemen and club stalwarts who have done just that over the years are Kevin Farrell and Kit Carey.
With this in mind it was very fitting for the latest generation in the club to visit both Club Presidents recently with the U-17 Division 2 Cup which they had just won.
There will be a meeting on Monday evening at 20:00 for all parties interested in the running of the Juvenile end of the club. This will be the last meeting before next month’s AGM.
This Sunday, October 9th, sees our Senior team take on Donaghmore/Ashbourne in the quarter final of the Hoganstand.com Meath SFC. Unbeaten in the competition thus far thanks to victories over Rathkenny, Skryne, Gaeil Colmcille, Blackhall Gaels and Ballinlough, we will be looking to keep the momentum up and qualify for the semi-final for the first time since 2012.
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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