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Meath A League Division 1 Round 5
Moynalvey 3-15 Seneschalstown 0-08
Trailing by three points at half time Seneschalstown looked as though they were in with a solid shout of picking up their first win of this year’s League but in the end, like a stag at the end of a hunt, they tired noticeably with a lack of outfield options on the bench, and were picked off rather easily by a rampant Moynalvey side.
A League Division 1 Round 4
Seneschalstown 1-13 Blackhall Gaels 1-13
It looked for a long time that Seneschalstown were going to pick up their first win of the season on Sunday when with eleven minutes to go they held a five point lead but in the end, they were lucky to come away with a point as following a sixty ninth minute free to equalise they coughed up a last gasp scoring chance to the visiting Blackhall Gaels only for their wing forward to pull his shot wide at the near post.
A League Division 1 Round 3
Seneschalstown 2-07 St. Patrick’s 1-12
The difficult start to 2017 for Seneschalstown’s Senior side continued on Sunday when they led a second half lead slip from their grasp as they went down to a two point defeat to St. Patrick’s in a windswept Fr. Tully Park.
This defeat leaves the team without a win from their opening three games of the League and came despite the fact players such as Brian Sheridan, Niall Hickey and Sean Noonan were available for selection for the first time this year.
An absorbing game from start to finish played out in Walterstown last Monday where these 2 clubs so closely linked by proximity, history, family and friends lived up to the intense rivalry that these two clubs produce and bring out the best in each other.
Meath Ladies Division 5 League
Seneschalstown 2-15 Gael Colmcille 3-05
After a number of false starts the Seneschalstown Junior ladies finally got to start their Div. 5 league campaign with this victory over Gael Colmcille in Fr Tully Park. Fielding a nice blend of youth and experience, the Furze girls set about the task right from the off and Aoife Sheehy opened the scoring with a point from play in the second minute.
Meath Ladies Division 1 League Round 2.
Donaghmore Ashbourne 3-11 Seneschalstown 3-05
Seneschalstown were defeated by Donaghmore Ashbourne under lights in Ashbourne in this Division 1 Round 2 fixture.
Meath U-15 Division 2 League Semi-Final
Seneschalstown 4-15 Duleek/Bellewstown 2-12
Thursday evening in Donore saw Seneschalstown survive a few scary moments before finally pulling clear of Duleek/Bellewstown to book their place in the upcoming U-15 Division 2 Final against either Simonstown Gaels or Round Towers
LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 3 Semi-Final
Ballivor/Boardsmill 6-12 Seneschalstown 2-10
The penultimate hurdle proved to be that little bit too high for a decimated Seneschalstown panel to jump on Friday evening as they fell to defeat against a physically stronger Ballivor/Boardsmill combination under lights in Skryne. Shorn of the services of eight players who were in action in the League Final back in May and with only two players in their last year of playing Minor available this was simply a step too far for a very youthful side.
U-13 Division 2 Round 4
Walterstown 7-08 Seneschalstown 2-10
On what looked like a summers day in October the Seneschalstown team gave up home advantage and played in Walterstown due to ongoing drainage works which are being carried out in Fr. Tully Park.
The first half saw the side in blue hold their own, put some good passages of play together and take the game to Walterstown. By the break Seneschalstown had managed to open up the slenderest of advantages and led by a point 1-05 to 1-04.
The Hoganstand.com Meath SFC returns this weekend and sees us play Ballinlough in Round 5. Castletown is the venue for the clash which will throw in at 20:00. Regardless of how the match pans out we will finish top of the group.
The other matches in Group A this weekend will see Skryne play Rathkenny in Simonstown and Blackhall Gaels play Gaeil Colmcille in Walterstown on Sunday at 14:00.
Croagh Patrick Climb
Thanks to all who undertook our sponsored climb of Croagh Patrick last Saturday. It seemed like half the parish descended on shore of Clew Bay to climb the famous reek in an attempt to raise much needed funds for the development of our new pitch, the grass seed for which was sown this week.
Photos from the climb will be posted on our Facebook Page this weekend.
Ciaran McCabe RIP
Croagh Patrick Climb
Saturday September 10th will see an army of Seneschalstown players, members and supporters head west as they undertake a sponsored climb of the famous reek.
The climb is in aid of our pitch development fund and work is progressing each week on our new pitch. Inside the next fortnight the grass seed will be sown on it meaning by the end of September next year it will be ready for action.
Seneschalstown GFC is small rural club from the Beauparc/Kentstown parish situated about 6 miles east of Navan and 3 miles south of Slane.
The club has a proud history in all levels of GAA football over the years and more recently with our Ladies teams.
The club has enjoyed much success in all competitions and has been fortunate to have many players represent the county teams with distinction.
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