April 2014

April 29th 2014 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

#StrictlySeneschalstown: The #StrictlySeneschalstown DVD Launch takes place this Friday evening in McKeevers Bar. This promises to be a great night and DJ Skoby will be playing all the tunes.

New York: Seneschalstown clubman Paddy Curtis has been coaching the New York Senior team this year and will be on the line this Sunday when they play last year’s beaten All Ireland finalists Mayo in Gaelic Park. Paddy formerly coached the Senior Ladies team in the club during which time they won three county titles and reached a Leinster Final. Best of luck to Paddy and the New York team.

Seneschalstown Enjoy Game In The Sun

Meath Junior D Football Championship

Seneschalstown 2-26 Kilmainham 0-03

Seneschalstown’s quest to atone for last year’s defeat in the final of the Junior D Football Championship began in style today in Martry. On what was a fabulous day for a game the form shown by the team in blue certainly matched the weather.

The Proverbial Game Of Two Halves

Hoganstand.com Meath SFC Round 2

Seneschalstown 2-12 Walterstown 3-09

Seneschalstown and Walterstown played out an entertaining at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening. However both teams could have won the game in injury time. Brian Sheridan hit the post for Seneschalstown from 40 metres after Walterstown had done likewise from an even better opportunity at the other end.

Forwards Point The Way

Seamus Connolly Catering Meath Junior B Football Championship

Seneschalstown 1-25 Moynalvey 0-08

Seneschalstown Emerge Victorious After A Classic

U-16 Spring League Division 3 Round 4

Seneschalstown 8-12 Simonstown 6-13

Having commenced their league campaign with two defeats and one victory Seneschalstown played what was only their first home game of the season on Tuesday evening when they played host to Simonstown. In a game which threw in thirty minutes late there was much entertainment with nearly two scores recorded every three minutes as the sides shared thirty nine scores between them.

April 22nd 2014 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior: The senior team play neighbours Walterstown in Round 2 of the Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship this coming Saturday, April 26th in Páirc Tailteann at 19:00. Having lost to Navan O’Mahonys in Round 1 they will be eager to get their campaign up and running with a victory. Admission to all championship matches this weekend is only €5 which is great value while U-16’s have free admission. All support for the three teams in action over the weekend is much appreciated

Seneschalstown Edged Out

Minor Spring League Division 2 Round 7

Wolfe Tones 1-14 Seneschalstown 2-08

On a fabulous morning for football Seneschalstown travelled to Kilberry to take on their table topping hosts knowing a victory would secure a semi-final spot. At the end of an absorbing sixty minutes football they were to travel home with nothing except a case of the Monday blues as they fell to a three point defeat which combined with St. Michaels victory over Jenkinstown Gaels deprived them of fourth spot in the league.

Late Goals Kill Off Seneschalstown Challenge

U-16 Spring League Division 3 Round 3

St. Oliver’s 4-15 Seneschalstown 4-07

Seneschalstown travelled to Moylagh on Tuesday evening last to take on St. Oliver’s in their Round 3 fixture of the U-16 Spring League. On what was a fine evening for football they would have their work cut out for them against a strong home side.

At half time the visitors trailed by seven points, 1-11 to 1-04, with the Seneschalstown goal coming from Robert Wogan.

April 15th 2014 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

April 15th 2014 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior Ladies: The Senior Ladies good form continued last week when they recorded victories in the Feis Cup and the League.
In the Feis Cup last Thursday they defeated Na Fianna in Dunganny by 3-15 to 0-07 while they emerged victorious against Dee Rangers on Sunday by 2-20 to 1-13 in the league game.

Clarke Points The Way For Hosie's Charges

Seamus Connolly Catering Junior B Football Championship Group B Round 1

Seneschalstown 0-11 St. Vincent’s 1-05

Having reached the semi-final of last year’s championship before losing out narrowly to Moynalty, Seneschalstown laid down a marker in Slane today that they may take some stopping in this year’s championship when defeating St. Vincent’s by three points on Sunday in Slane.

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