May 2016

Clinical display earns points

Ideal Bathrooms Junior C Football Championship Round 2

Seneschalstown 2-17 Kilmainhamwood 1-09

Seneschalstown made the trip to Drumconrath on Friday evening a fruitful one when they dealt with the challenge of Kilmainhamwood to pick up their first win of this years Junior C Football Championship. The team were eager to bounce back after a very disappointing display against Syddan in Round 1.

Late goals key to victory at county champions home

AFL Division 1 Round 8

Navan O’Mahonys 1-11 Seneschalstown 3-09

While the two Madrid rivals, Atletico and Real clashed in the final of the Champions League on Saturday evening, one of Meath footballs longest standing local rivalries was being fought out in Paddy O’ Brien Park on the same evening. Both sides were coming into the game off the back of wins in the previous round of the league, Seneschalstown needing late scores to overcome the challenge of St. Peters Dunboyne, while the home side had a comfortable victory over Intermediate side St. Colmcilles.

May 27th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Last Saturday saw the Seniors defeat St. Peter’s Dunboyne in Round 7 of the A League Division 1 by 1-18 to 2-13.

Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, Niall Groome, Joe Sheridan (1-03), Damien Sheridan, Jonathan Gilsenan (0-03), Brian Sheridan (0-01, 0-01 Free), James Meade, Stephen Finnegan (0-02), Robert Ruddy, Bryan Clarke (0-09, 0-08 Frees).
Seneschalstown Substitution: Darragh Keogh for R. Ruddy.

This weekend sees them play Navan O’Mahonys on Saturday at 18:00 in Paddy O’Brien Park in Round 8 of the League.

No 'Dancing in the Dark' for 'town

LMFM Meath Minor League Division 3 Final

Oldcastle 3-14 Seneschalstown 2-10 (AET)

Battling performance comes up just short

Meath Ladies U-14 Division 1 Semi-Final

Seneschalstown 2-06 St. Colmcilles 1-11

Victory snatched from the jaws of defeat

A League Division 1 Round 7

Seneschalstown 1-18 St. Peter’s Dunboyne 2-13

The recent winning run for Seneschalstown continued on Saturday evening when they accounted for the challenge of St. Peter’s Dunboyne in Fr. Tully Park. Having looked like the winners for much of the game they fell behind to a sixty second minute Dunboyne goal but showing reserves of character which comes from building a winning run they fashioned three points in the remaining minutes of injury time, of which there was nearly six following Robert Ruddy picking up an injury which saw him stretchered off.

May 19th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

General Meeting
There will be a General Meeting in the clubhouse on Tuesday May 24th at 20:30. All welcome to attend.

Senior
Last Friday evening in a sparsely populated Páirc Tailteann our Senior side eventually saw off the challenge of Skryne to win out by 2-15 to 0-15. Struggling for scores early on it was the boot of Bryan Clarke that kept them in touch for much of the game before in the last quarter they opened their shoulders and pulled clear.

100% winning run maintained

Meath Ladies U-12 Division 2 Championship Round 7

Seneschalstown 1-10 Ballivor 1-02

Seneschalstown completed the group stages of the U-12 Division 2 Championship with a 100% record after defeating Ballivor in damp conditions in Fr. Tully Park on Tuesday evening.

Extra-time a bridge too far

Meath U-16 Division 1 League Playoff

Dunshaughlin 5-14 Seneschalstown 4-09

Division 1 status retained

Meath Ladies Division 1 League Round 7

Seneschalstown 3-16 Dunboyne 1-14

Having gotten off to a sluggish start in this year’s League the Seneschalstown Ladies had begun to run into a bit of good form approaching the final round in which they hosted high flying Dunboyne in a sun kissed Fr. Tully Park on Sunday evening. Missing key players such as the exam tied Amy Gilsenan, Grainne Nulty and Louise Coyle this was sure to be a very challenging assignment but in the end it’s one that Seneschalstown passed with flying colours.

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