U-17

Six of the best for Keating's Troops

U-17 Division 1 League Round 1

St. Colmcilles 3-12 Seneschalstown 6-06

At the end of a pulsating and thrilling game of football which showcased much of what is brilliant in juvenile football Seneschalstown just about held on to claim victory against St. Colmcilles by three points under the floodlights in Piltown on Friday night last.

Final quarter flourish secures the spoils

Meath U-17 Division 2 League Final

Seneschalstown 3-08 Navan O’Mahonys 0-10

The Meath Centre of Excellence in Dunganny bore witness on Wednesday evening to an U-17 Final which showcased plenty of cause for optimism that the future of Meath football is very bright. Neighbours and rivals through the decades, Navan O’Mahonys and Seneschalstown can look forward to two special groups of players making their way onto their respective Senior panels in the not too distant future if the fare both produced on a typically Autumnal evening is any barometer to go by.

17's conjure up one point victory

Meath U-17 Division 2 League Round 4

Navan O’Mahonys 4-09 Seneschalstown 4-10

In years to come the date August 19th 2016 will be the answer to the inevitable quiz question as to when the first Friday night game on in the Premier League was shown on Sky Sports. However, it is highly unlikely that anybody who watched the millionaires strut their stuff in Old Trafford was entertained nearly as much as the hardy few who attended this cracker of an U-17 match in Paddy O’Brien Park.

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