July 2003

Junior B - FC Defeat leaves qualification "out of our hands"

Junior B Championship

Wed 30th Jul Longwood 2-12 Seneschalstown 0-6

Seneschalstown now await the result of the final group game between St.Vincents and Blackhall to determine progress to the quarter finals after this heavy defeat by Longwood. An early point from Ruairi Coogan put the furze men in front but it was the only time they led. Longwood scored 1-4 by the 20th minute and led by 6pts, but a spirited comeback before the break cut the deficit to 3 points but a late Longwood score left the score at 1-6
to 0-5 at the break.

Senior - AFL Div1 14 man Seneschalstown shade it against Simonstown after Geraghty is dismissed

A FL Div 1

Sun 13th Jul Simonstown 0-11 Seneschalstown 1-9

Graham Geraghty failed to last the distance as referee Jimmy Henry brandished two yellow cards to the Seneschalstown substitute as his side earned a narrow A FL Div. 1 victory over hosts Simonstown on Sunday.

The Navan side led by 0-8 to 0-2 at the break and looked on course to push Skryne for a final spot, but Seneschalstown upped the tempo after the break and despite Geraghty's third-quarter dismissal they stole the initiative.

Junior B - FC Seneschalstown overcame table toppers St Vincents

Junior B Championship

Sat 12th Jul Seneschalstown 1-11 St Vincents 1-6

Seneschalstown overcame table toppers St Vincents in this highly entertaining championship clash at Curraha and thus qualification for the knockout stages is now in their own hands. A point from their last game against Longwood will guarantee qualification regardless of any other result in the group. Seneschalstown opened brightly and a goal from Paul Finnegan had them ahead 1-2 to 0-1 after 12 minutes but the next ten minutes belonged to St Vincents who scored 1-2 without reply to go ahead for the first time.

Junior B - B FL Seneschalstown's chance of making the league final took a nosedive after this defea

B FL Div 3

Mon 7th Jul Meath Hill 1-8 Seneschalstown 1-7

Seneschalstown's chance of making the league final took a nosedive after this defeat to the hosts. The furze side were completely on top for the first quarter and led by 1-3 to 0-0 with Sean Dillon getting the goal but a tendancy to overplay the ball and an improvement from Meath Hill had the furze men leading by just 2 points at the break 1-4 to 1-2.

Minor - FL Na Fianna put up a strong challenge before losing out to Yellow Furze

Minor FL Div2B

Fri 4th Jul Na Fianna 2-8 Yellow Furze 4-6

Na Fianna put up a strong challenge before losing out to Yellow Furze in the MFL Div. 2 at Dunsany on Friday evening.

Despite playing some good football in the first-half, Na Fianna trailed by 1-3 to 3-2 at the break and while they worked hard in the second- half, they were unable to get a foothold in the game.

Dean Barrett and Jamie Queeney gave outstanding displays for Na Fianna, while others to impress included Shane Geraghty, Declan Brennan, Ken Ryan, Padraig Hogan and Cormac Dunne.

Senior Ladies - SFC Defending champions Seneschalstown maintained their unbeaten run in the SFC

Meath Ladies Senior Football Championship- Round 3
Wed 2nd Jul Seneschalstown 2-20 St. Ultans 0-6

Defending champions Seneschalstown maintained their unbeaten run in the SFC with their third consecutive win at Martry last Wednesday. Seneschalstown went into a early lead with Ruth Lynch, Adele Carolan and Eimear O'Carroll hitting the target and two well-taken goals from Fiona Mahon and Sarah Wogan put the Yellow-Furze side into a 2-9 to 0-3 half-time lead.

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