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Under 15 Football League Division 2 Round 2
Seneschalstown 5-09 Walterstown 5-06
Having experienced contrasting fortunes in the first round of action, Seneschalstown and Walterstown met in a warm but dewy Walterstown on Sunday morning. The visitors were looking to bounce back from their defeat to Navan O’Mahonys, while Walterstown were aiming to build on their comfortable victory over Rathkenny.
U-13 League Division 2 Round 2
Simonstown Gaels 7-07 Seneschalstown 3-07
An understrength Seneschalstown U-13 side fell to a twelve point defeat away to Simonstown Gaels on Saturday afternoon.
The side got off to a solid start in the first half only to find themselves four points behind at the interval. Simonstown got on top in the second half as they pulled away to win comfortably.
Seneschalstown had impressive performances from Cathal Darby, Dylan Geraghty, Ben Coffey, Seanie Dalton and Liam Maguire.
Meath Ladies Minor Championship Round 2
Simonstown Gaels 6-18 Seneschalstown 4-18
Seneschalstown U-18 Girls took on the challenge of the Simonstown squad on Saturday evening last in Fr. Tully Park. Played in excellent autumn weather conditions, it was expected that scores would be high from two good footballing teams and so it was no surprise that both teams delivered with some top quality finishes.#
LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 3 Round 2
Seneschalstown 1-12 Ratoath 0-10
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 Championship Round 4
Oldcastle 2-10 Seneschalstown 1-12
There was heartbreak in Millbrook for the Girls U-15's as they lost out by the minimum margin to Oldcastle in this Rd. 4 Championship game played under floodlights.
Meath U-15 Division 2 League Round 1
Seneschalstown 3-12 Navan O’Mahonys 2-19
Navan O’Mahonys came to Fr. Tully Park on Sunday morning to take on their hosts and following an excellent encounter went away fully deserving of the two points on offer. Central to their victory was a brilliant opening spell in the second half while they responded very well to a Seneschalstown rally which drew the team’s level once more with fifteen minutes remaining.
Coca Cola Meath Ladies SFC Championship Semi Final
Seneschalstown 0-05 Oldcastle 4-10
Having won thirteen of the previous fifteen Meath Ladies SFC titles, Seneschalstown’s hopes of adding win number fourteen were dashed by a clinical Oldcastle side on Saturday evening in bright but breezy Bective.
LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 3 Round 1
Duleek/Bellewstown 1-16 Seneschalstown 3-12
At the end of this game Duleek/Bellewstown were left scratching their heads wondering how on earth they had failed to win. Ahead by nine points at half time having played some very enterprising football, they twice led by ten early in the second half before falling away completely as Seneschalstown sparked off the most unlikely of comebacks to eventually win out by two points.
U-13 Girls League Round 3
Seneschalstown 2-07 Gaeil Colmcille 0-03
Following a very physical encounter the U-13 girls from Yellow Furze showed their great team spirit, courage and bravery to overcome a tough Kells side on Thursday evening.
After a few early misses Mallaidh Breen opened the scoring with a lovely point. With possession hard come by it was tough going for these girls but they showed they were up for a battle fighting tooth and nail for every ball.
Following the postponement of last Sundays semi-final the Coca Cola Senior Championship semi -final against Oldcastle will take place in Bective on Saturday at 18:00.
Extra time will be played if necessary and if the game is still a draw then, there will be a replay on the following Tuesday evening.
Am admission charge of €5 per car will apply on Saturday.
Best wishes to the players and management in what is certain to be a very difficult encounter.