July 2016

Sheehy fires Furze to victory

Coca Cola Meath Ladies Junior C Football Championship

Seneschalstown 2-12 Na Fianna 1-2

Seneschalstown overcame a youthful Na Fianna outfit in this Coca Cola Junior C championship played in damp conditions in Fr Tully Park on Thursday evening.

Gleeson's on fire in crucial championship win

Ideal Bathrooms Meath Junior C Football Championship Round 5

Seneschalstown 3-13 Clann na Gael 1-15

Winning run brought to a halt

A League Division 1 Round 11

St. Patrick’s 2-14 Seneschalstown 1-11

Going into this game which was played in near perfect conditions in Stamullen both sides harboured ambitions of coming second in the League, thereby gaining themselves a spot in the semi-final against the third placed team. Seneschalstown were on the back of a long unbeaten run and of late had been playing an enterprising brand of football but in the midsummer sun saw the wind taken out of their sails as the hosts earned themselves a well-deserved six point victory.

Impressive win for C's

Meath Reserve League Round 5

Seneschalstown 0-12 St. Peter’s Dunboyne 0-10

To the back drop of the new pitch development Fr Tully Park, Seneschalstown reserve league team recorded their second victory of the competition with a win at home over Dunboyne on Wednesday evening.

Late goal proves costly

Coca Cola Meath Ladies SFC Round 3

Oldcastle 4-5 Seneschalstown 0-14

Seneschalstown were defeated in this Coca Cola Ladies Championship Round 3 clash as late goals snatched victory for the home team in Millbrook. Both teams had periods of supremacy and late goals in each half proved crucial to the outcome.

Brave Effort Runs Out of Gas

Under 16 Summer League Division 1 Round 3
St. Colmcilles 1-13 Seneschalstown 1-09
By Shane Mulvany

Minus a few regulars combined with only having 15 players available to them, Seneschalstown ultimately fell short in their bid to get their first win of the Summer League campaign. Having finished level with Na Fianna as well as leaving Paddy O’Brien Park pointless last Tuesday, victory was a must when they travelled to the excellently presented Páirc Uí Rís facilities in Piltown on Tuesday evening.

Junior C Ladies turn on the style

Coca Cola Meath Ladies Junior C Football Championship Round 2

Seneschalstown 4-16 Drumbaragh 3-2

Seneschalstown’s second string recorded their first championship win with this defeat of a gallant Drumbaragh outfit in sunny Fr Tully Park on Thursday evening.

Blistering first half performance earns points

Coca Cola Meath Ladies Senior Football Championship Round 2

Seneschalstown 1-14 St Ultans 1-7

Seneschalstown overcame St Ultans in this Coca Cola Meath Senior Championship Round 2 clash played in Seneschalstown. The home team were on top from early on and built up a healthy ten-point half time lead. St Ultans upped the tempo in the second half and despite being down to thirteen players for a time the home side ran out deserving winners.

Impressive performance in defeat for Junior Ladies

Coca Cola Meath Ladies Junior C Football Championship Round 1

Slane / Rathkenny 5-6 Seneschalstown 2-6

Seneschalstown lost out to Slane in the Coca Cola Junior C championship opener in Slane on Monday evening.

With a mix of youth and experience, the Seneschalstown girls gave a good account of themselves for their first outing together. Slane/ Rathkenny were a more cohesive outfit and the experience of playing in the league this year stood to them.

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