April 2004

Senior SFC - Honors even with Blackhall Gaels despite missing Geraghty and Sheridan

Senior Championship

Sat 23rd Apr Blackhall Gaels 0-8 Seneschalstown 0-8

No Joe Sheridan and still no Graham Geraghty but Seneschalstown were full value for a share of the spoils with defending champions Blackhall Gaels at Skryne on Saturday evening, 24th April.

Without their two stars many would have predicted possible relegation for Seneschalstown. However, 3 points from four against stiff opposition (Dunderry were first round opponents) sets the Furze up nicely for the long summer ahead.

Junior B - FC Easy win over Castletown in the JBFC

Junior B Championship

Sun 18th Apr Seneschalstown 3-14 Castletown 1-8

Seneschalstown - Ollie Mulvany, Andrew Cowley, Mark Keating, Paddy Curtis, Jonathon Keating, Wayne Smith, Darren Sheedy, Seamus O'Brien (0-2), James Byrne, Davey Byrne (0-1), Stephen Dillion, James Gillick, Barry Clarke (0-6), Paul Finnegan (0-1), Joey Macken (3-3).

Subs - Francis Sheridan (0-1) for J. Gillic, Ian Carey for J. Keating

Senior SFC - Seneschalstown put in a strong finish to see off a strong Dunderry challenge

Senior Championship

Fri 16th Apr Dunderry 1-11 Seneschalstown 2-12

Joe Sheridan was the key man as Seneschalstown put in a strong finish to see off a strong Dunderry challenge in an entertaining Navan Shopping Centre SFC first round clash at Pairc Tailteann.

The county man netted from the spot four minutes from time to restore the Yellow Furze side's advantage and they sealed the issue with late points from Paddy O'Brien and Shane Clarke.

Junior B - BFL Seneschalstown maintained there 100% record in Div 3 with this easy win over an understrength Drumconrath

B FL Div 3

Sat 10th Apr Seneschalstown 3-13 Drumconrath 0-3

Senior Ladies - FL Seneschalstown began their defence of the Division 1 league campaign with a comprehensive win over Simonstown

FL Div1

Sun 4th Apr Seneschalstown 3-10 Simonstown 0-4

Seneschalstown began their defence of the Division 1 league campaign with a comprehensive win over Simonstown in difficult conditions at Seneschalstown last Sunday. The current Leinster champions raced into an early lead and with Mary Sheridan (2) and Adele Carolan firing a hat-trick of goals between them, the home side led by 3-6 to 0-4 at half-time.

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