May 2017

Dreams dashed in Dunganny decider

Seneschalstown 1-10 Navan O’Mahonys 4-15

Seneschalstowns hopes of landing an U17 title were over as quick as it began in Dunganny on Friday evening last against an O’Mahonys side who were full value for their victory. Seneschalstown were not helped however by the loss of Daire Finnegan to cruciate ligament injury in the build up to the final.

Longest journey off to a winning start

Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Group C Round 1

Seneschalstown 2-15 Dunshaughlin 2-06

Jack Judge once penned the famous song “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary” and were he still alive today he would probably be writing a song about the long way to the Peter McDermott Cup for it will take either Seneschalstown or Dunshaughlin a somewhat ridiculous ten games to win the 2017 edition of the Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC while the first teams in the same competition will need only eight.

Stumble at the first fence

Fairyhouse Steel Meath SFC Group B Round 1

Seneschalstown 1-09 Moynalvey 0-17

Having come through the group stages of the 2016 Meath SFC unbeaten before losing out to Donaghmore/Ashbourne in the quarter final, hopes were high in Seneschalstown that they could get their 2017 campaign off to a bright start on Friday last only for Moynalvey to prove to be the rock on which these ambitions floundered.

Superb 17s shine in semi final showdown

Seneschalstown 5-07 St. Peters Dunboyne 2-14

Seneschalstown fail to conquer the 'hill

A League Division 1 Round 9

Summerhill 1-17 Seneschalstown 2-07

Summerhill is never an east place to go and get a positive result in and on Wednesday evening this proved especially true for Seneschalstown as they went down to a seven point defeat to the hosts on what was a glorious evening for football.

C's win high scoring encounter in Kilskyre

B League Division 4 Round 5

Ballinlough 3-11Seneschalstown 4-17

Seneschalstown 3rd team travelled to Kilskyre for the 5th round of the Div. 4 league with a tough assignment of taking on Ballinlough second team considering they were missing a number of regulars due to exam and work commitments and to be fair to both teams they served up a very entertaining and sporting game.

Raining goals in Navan

Meath Ladies U-14 Division 1 Championship Round 4

Seneschalstown 10 – 10 to O’Mahonys 10 – 05

A sunny Wednesday evening in O’Mahonys saw the Seneschalstown U14 girls take to the field in round 4 of the Division 1 Spring League against the town side.

Four of the best for Mullen

U-16 Division 2 League Round 6

Wolfe Tones 3-10 Seneschalstown 7-14

Seneschalstown travelled to Gibbstown for Round 6 of the U-16 Division 2 League on Tuesday and on a night perfect for football these two teams served up some great football in a very entertaining game played in a great spirit.

Conlon inspires victory

B League Division 2 Round 5

Blackhall Gaels 1-08 Seneschalstown 1-17

The Junior A’s of Seneschalstown picked up their third win of the season to date on Tuesday evening when they overcame a two point deficit at half time to eventually emerge as comfortable nine point winners over Blackhall Gaels.

Fielding a strong starting XV, the visiting side would have been relatively happy at half time, having played into a freshening breeze and had the luxury of having a strong substitutes bench to call on as the game progressed, something which proved to be crucial.

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