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SENESCHALSTOWN FLATTERED

SENESCHALSTOWN FLATTERED

Seneschalstown ………… 3-13
Clonard ……………………… 0-12

By Noel Coogan

While deserving of their victory in Sunday’s J.F.C. B final at Pairc Tailteann, Seneschalstown were certainly well flattered by the 10 points winning margin.

With five minutes of the hour remaining Clonard trailed by just three points (0-12 to 2-9) and had just missed a penalty. County hurler Mark Gannon was fouled for the kick which was taken weakly by Tony Roche and comfortably stopped by Seneschalstown captain and ‘keeper Ollie Mulvany.

GERAGHTY GOALS ARE CRUCIAL

GERAGHTY GOALS ARE CRUCIAL

Junior B Final

Seneschalstown ………………. 3-13
Clonard ……………………………. 0-12

The final scoreline wouldn’t suggest so, but for 55 minutes this was a close and exciting Junior B FC final at Pairc Tailteann last Sunday and in the end it was Seneschalstown’s superior fitness which proved decisive, writes Carlo Divito.

Up until that late stage there was only two points between the teams (0-12 to 2-8) and if Clonard’s Tony Roche had converted a 53rd minute penalty it could have been a completely different story.

COYLE SOLVES ‘CATCH 22’

COYLE SOLVES ‘CATCH 22’

Captain’s goal ends the long wait for title

Seneschalstown ………. 1-11

Skryne ……………………... 0-12

Delighted Seneschalstown bridged a 22 year gap and deprived Skryne of a first county championship hat-trick, when emerging with the honours in yesterday’s Meath football final at Navan.

The challengers had not captured the Meath title since 1972, and the hard-earned victory was additionally sweet, as Skryne had foiled Seneschalstown’s bit in the 1992 county decider.

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