September 2012

Meath Yearbook 2011

Common sense from Seneschalstown

A bit of common sense goes a long way in any walk of life and Seneschalstown GAA club is certainly adopting a sensible approach to life, protecting its future carefully by investing great endeavour into its juvenile structure. In 2011, more hard graft was put in at underage level. An ultra-busy juvenile section should ensure that Seneschalstown is not just a club with a great history but also one with a bright future. We spoke to juvenile chairman Ian Maguire about the ongoing work.

A League Div. 2 Seneschalstown take second spot on table

A League Div. 2 Seneschalstown take second spot on table

Seneschalstown 3-10

Nobber 0-10

Seneschalstown claimed second place on the division 2 A League table with a 3 goal win over previous 2nd placed Nobber on Saturday evening at home in Seneschalstown.

SFC: O'Mahonys beat Seneschalstown to top group

O'Mahonys maintained their winning ways in the SFC to finish on top of Group C with a narrow win over Seneschalstown at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.

Navan O'Mahonys ....... 0-11
Seneschalstown ............ 1-6

Navan O'Mahonys withstood a late charge to secure their fourth win from as many starts while consigning Seneschalstown to their first defeat of the campaign.

David Nelson's men led by 0-11 to 1-3 after 48 minutes. Though failing to register thereafter they restricted Seneschalstown to just three scores in the time remaining.

Ladies Senior Semi Final

It was a replay of the 2011 Senior Championship Final with Seneschalstown Vs. Na Fianna in the 2012 senior semi-final in Trim last Saturday. The evening turned into a blustery and wet evening weather wise but there was some good football on display. It took a while for both teams to get out of the traps but Na Fianna was first on the score sheet. Then Seneschalstown answered with a fine score by Ruth Sheridan. The game then went for 12 minutes without a score with Seneschalstown having a lot of possession and not converting.

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