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Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group A Round 5
Seneschalstown 0-10 Ballinlough 0-09
Meath B League Division 2 Playoff
Summerhill 3-15 Seneschalstown 0-09
Ambitions of promotion to back to Division 1 of the B Leagues at the first time of asking came to a shuddering halt on Saturday evening in Dunganny for Seneschalstown’s Junior A side as they crashed to a fifteen point defeat at the hands of Summerhill. Prior to the throw in there had been an impeccably observed minutes’ silence in memory of Ciaran McCabe whose cousin Niall lined out on the forty for the Furze outfit.
Meath B League Division 2 Round 9
Nobber 1-07 Seneschalstown 4-15
Seneschalstown Junior A squad relinquished home advantage to Nobber for this last round of the B league division 2 competition. The match played was under lights on Friday 9th September at 7.30pm to facilitate the Seneschalstown fundraiser climb to Croagh Patrick on Saturday 10th September and saw Seneschalstown looking to win promotion and league final spot with only one loss in the competition to-date.
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2
Seneschalstown 4-07 Summerhill 1-12
In Rathkenny on Saturday morning a very young gutsy team performance was rewarded with maximum points for the U-15 Furze girls as they continue to leave their mark on the Autumn Championship.
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 League Round 3
Simonstown 4-08 Seneschalstown 1-05
On a very windy Sunday evening the Furze girls headed across Navan to take on a strong Simonstown team that are unbeaten in the U-15 Autumn league. A daunting prospect and still missing a few crucial players it was a tough assignment with Simonstown powering away in the second half with a couple of great goals to kill the game as a contest.
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 League Round 2
Seneschalstown 9-11 St. Michaels 0-06
With St. Michaels making the trip to Kentstown with depleted numbers on Thursday evening the Seneschalstown girls took to the field with 12 players a side and dominated the game from the start.
Meath U-17 Division 2 League Semi-Final
Seneschalstown 6-16 Drumconrath/Meath Hill 1-09
A place in the U-17 Division 2 Final was secured for Seneschalstown on Monday evening in Donore following a victory which was far more comfortable than could have been envisaged prior to the throw in. These two sides have a history of close encounters and another was to be expected on Monday but in the end it was the Boynesiders who came out on top by a wide margin.
Meath U-15 Division 2A League Round 1
Seneschalstown 4-13 Wolfe Tones 4-11
Meath U-13 Division 2 Round 2
St. Cuthbert’s 2-11 Seneschalstown 3-07
A fine second half comeback from five points behind at the break of play just came up short for Seneschalstown’s U-13’s on Saturday afternoon in Sean Newman Park.
Having gotten off to a slow start in terms of scoring the team found their shooting boots in the second half with substitutes Daragh Cantwell being very influential. Kearney showed his scoring prowess as he racked up a goal and two points while Cathal Darby set up a grandstand finish as he netted with three minutes remaining.
The Hoganstand.com Meath SFC returns this weekend and sees us play Ballinlough in Round 5. Castletown is the venue for the clash which will throw in at 20:00. Regardless of how the match pans out we will finish top of the group.
The other matches in Group A this weekend will see Skryne play Rathkenny in Simonstown and Blackhall Gaels play Gaeil Colmcille in Walterstown on Sunday at 14:00.
Croagh Patrick Climb
Thanks to all who undertook our sponsored climb of Croagh Patrick last Saturday. It seemed like half the parish descended on shore of Clew Bay to climb the famous reek in an attempt to raise much needed funds for the development of our new pitch, the grass seed for which was sown this week.
Photos from the climb will be posted on our Facebook Page this weekend.
Ciaran McCabe RIP
Croagh Patrick Climb
Saturday September 10th will see an army of Seneschalstown players, members and supporters head west as they undertake a sponsored climb of the famous reek.
The climb is in aid of our pitch development fund and work is progressing each week on our new pitch. Inside the next fortnight the grass seed will be sown on it meaning by the end of September next year it will be ready for action.
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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