June 2017

Late goals prove killer blows

Meath Ladies Adult League Division 1

Simonstown 3-09 Seneschalstown 0-14

Seneschalstown Senior ladies crossed the river Boyne to Simonstown on Wednesday night to try to pick up some badly needed points against the table toppers of Division 1 was always going to be a hard ask and they almost came away with a win on a memorable night after a hard-fought defeat which saw them concede 2 goals in the last 5 minutes of the game.

Scrappy affair ends all square

Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Group C Round 4

Seneschalstown 1-08 Navan O’Mahonys 1-08

Gaels prove too strong

Meath Ladies Junior C Championship Round 3

Seneschalstown 0-10 Royal Gaels 4-7

This 3rd Junior C Championship game was played in Dunshaughlin as home advantage was given up due to the unavailability of the pitch in Fr Tully Park.

Skryne downed in Walterstown

Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Group C Round 3

Seneschalstown 1-14 Skryne 0-11

Going into this encounter in the Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Skryne would have been favourites on the back of their impressive start to the Championship as they won their opening 2 games while Seneschalstown could only look back on a 50% winning record. And with 10 minutes gone this looked like being right on the money as the Tara outfit held a four point lead while they were leading Seneschalstown a merry dance around the field.

Sheridan the hero at either end

A League Division 1 Round 11

Rathkenny 1-14 Seneschalstown 1-15

In a game, they couldn’t afford to lose, Seneschalstown just about managed to eke out a victory in their relegation battle against Rathkenny on Friday evening. A match that had everything, brilliant score taking, last gasp defending, a virtuoso performance from Rathkenny’s Caolach Halligan, saw Meath’s Joe Sheridan step up in injury time to pull off a stunning penalty save to ensure Seneschalstown clung on to the narrowest of wins.

Geraghty Cup Final

It's been long regarded as one of the most prestigious senior football tournaments held in the country and tomorrow evening will see us take on tournament organisers Mattock Rangers GAA in the final of the latest edition of the Geraghty Cup.

Named in memory of Nicholas Geraghty, father of Larry, Paddy, Jim, Kevin as well of course as Ollie who had a distinguished playing career with ourselves and Mattock along with a notable inter-county career, the tournament was first held in 1977 when we, with Ollie as captain, had the great honour of becoming the first winners.

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