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JMB Sportsfield Services Feis Cup Round 1
Seneschalstown 1-14 Blackhall Gaels 1-06
Meath A League Division 1 Round 2
Duleek/Bellewstown 1-16 Seneschalstown 2-05
On February 14th in the year 269 a Roman priest called Valentine was sentenced to death by a beating and then beheading. 1,746 years later on the day now known as St. Valentines Day the Senior footballers of Seneschalstown were sentenced to a league defeat by neighbours Duleek/Bellewstown as their hopes of picking up two points under the excellent Duleek floodlights were cut off at the knees.
After Monday night's draw for the Seamus Connolly Catering Junior B Football Championship we have been drawn in Group C alongside St. Colmcilles, Gaeil Colmcille, Slane, Dunderry and Navan O'Mahonys.
Round 1 Slane V Dunderry
Round 1 St Colmcilles V Gaeil Colmcille
Round 1 O’Mahonys V Seneschalstown
Round 2 Dunderry V O’Mahonys
Round 2 Seneschalstown V St Colmcilles
Round 2 Gaeil Colmcille V Slane
Round 3 St Colmcilles V O’Mahonys
Round 3 Seneschalstown V Slane
Round 3 Gaeil Colmcille V Dunderry
Round 4 Dunderry V Seneschalstown
Under 12 Cordinators Tracey Hamilton 086 8160676 Margaret O'Reilly 086-1989774
Division 1 29/03/2015 Round 1 Walterstown v BYE
Division 1 29/03/2015 Round 1 Na Fianna v Seneschalstown
Division 1 29/03/2015 Round 1 Dunboyne v Royal Gaels
Division 1 29/03/2015 Round 1 Clann na nGael v O'Mahonys
Division 1 12/04/2015 Round 2 Royal Gaels v Clann na nGael
Division 1 12/04/2015 Round 2 Seneschalstown v Walterstown
Division 1 12/04/2015 Round 2 O'Mahonys v Na Fianna
Division 1 12/04/2015 Round 2 Dunboyne v BYE
Division 1 19/04/2015 Round 3 Clann na nGael v Dunboyne
U-14 Girls Division 2 Round 1
Seneschalstown 6-05 Ratoath 0-00
Seneschalstown have a proud tradition of producing excellent Ladies teams and it looks like they could have another special group after their U-14 girls got their Division 2 League campaign off to a fantastic winning start, in a game they entered nervously against last year’s Division 1 team.
The following are the fixtures for Senior Ladies Division 1 League.
DIVISION 1 08/03/2015 00:00 Round 1 Oldcastle v Dunboyne
DIVISION 1 08/03/2015 00:00 Round 1 Seneschalstown v Boardsmill
DIVISION 1 08/03/2015 00:00 Round 1 O'Mahonys v Simonstown
DIVISION 1 08/03/2015 00:00 Round 1 St Ultan's v Na Fianna
DIVISION 1 21/03/2015 00:00 Round 2 Boardsmill v St Ultan's
DIVISION 1 21/03/2015 00:00 Round 2 Dunboyne v O'Mahonys
DIVISION 1 21/03/2015 00:00 Round 2 Na Fianna v Oldcastle
DIVISION 1 21/03/2015 00:00 Round 2 Simonstown v Seneschalstown
Fixtures for the upcoming U-14 Spring League.
Trim V O’Mahony’s
St. Vincent’s/Curraha V Round Towers
Clann na nGael V Skryne
Rathkenny V Seneschalstown
Seneschalstown V St. Vincent’s/Curraha
Round Towers V Trim
O’Mahony’s V Clann na nGael
Skryne V Rathkenny
Clann na nGael V Round Towers
Seneschalstown V Skryne
St. Vincent’s/Curraha V Trim
LMFM Meath Minor Football League Division 3 Round 1
Duleek/Bellewstown 4-04 Seneschalstown 0-13
On a night when the temperature gauge barely rose above the freezing point the minor footballers of Duleek/Bellewstown and Seneschalstown got their League campaign underway. Quite why the League now commences so early in the year when pitches are at far from optimum condition is anybody’s guess but it certainly wasn’t conducive to free flowing football as both sides struggled to get to grips with a pitch that was rather sticky underfoot.
When the breeze is blowing in Dunganny in the middle of February and a misty rain falling it can be a pretty cold place to be. However if you happen to be a Seneschalstown supporter then on Sunday afternoon it was the place to be as the club’s U-14 side served up a brand of football that would warm the heart. The quality of football they played all weekend at the Féile Peile na nÓg an Mhí was outstanding but in particular their performances in Sundays semi-final and final illustrated just why this particular group of players are regarded as highly promising.
The Senior team got their first win of the season on Sunday when defeating Blackhall Gaels in Round 1 of the Feis Cup. Over the hour the team played some lovely football and with some of last year’s U-21 team playing very well they proved too strong for Blackhall Gales over the hour.
The Senior side had a disappointing result against Duleek/Bellewstown on Saturday evening when losing out to the home side on a score of 1-16 to 2-05.
They will get the defence of their Feis Cup crown underway next Sunday when Blackhall Gaels will pay a visit to Fr. Tully Park for the second time this month. The League game between the two sides was a tightly contested draw and no doubt there will be another close game on Sunday. Throw in is at 15:00.
Club Membership: Membership rates for the year are as follows:
Adult Player (Over 16) €80
Juvenile Player €45
Adult (Non Player) €50
Family (2 Non playing Adults and Children U16) €125
Social Membership €10
Deposit for Fob Card for GYM €20
Membership is due by March 17th and can be paid to any committee member.
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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