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ST. MICHAELS THE CHAMPIONS

ST. MICHAELS THE CHAMPIONS

COUREAGEOUS BATTLE BY GALLANT FURZE SIDE

St. Michael’s 2-6 Seneschalstown 1-7

St. Michael’s, last year’s beaten finalists, justified their ante-post favouritism by defeating Seneschalstown in the J.F.C. decider at Navan’s Pairc Tailteann last Sunday, Writes TOM MOONEY.

They were odds-on going into Sunday’s game against a Seneschalstown side which had astonished many be reaching the final and were unlucky not to astonish even more.

PLAYER PROFILES FOR THE 1982 MEATH JFC FINAL

The Seneschalstown Player Profiles For The 1982 Meath JFC Final

Ray Mcgovern: (25), lorry driver. Medals – 1 MFC, 1 JFL

Phonsie Gilsenan: (19), farmer. Medals – 1 U-17 FC.

Mickey Collins: (36), farmer. Medals – 1 U-17 FC, 1 MFC, 1 IFC, 1 SFC, 1 Feis Cup, 4 SFL, 1 NFL.

Seamus Commons: (18), farmer. Medals – 1 U-17 FC

Mickey Dillon: (31), P&T worker. Medals – 2 U-21 FC, 1 SFC, 1 Div. 2 FC, 1 Feis Cup.

Dessie Sheehy: (25), cabinet maker. Medals – 1 U-14 FC, 1 U17 FC.

Jim Farrell: (17), student. Medals – 1 U-21 FC.

AUSPICIOUS DEBUT BY SENESCHALSTOWN

AUSPICIOUS DEBUT BY SENESCHALSTOWN

Seneschalstown, winners of the intermediate title in 1967, made an auspicious debut at the top grade when holding a highly rated Walterstown combination to a draw in the first round of the senior football championship at Navan on Sunday.

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