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Scrappy affair ends all square

Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Group C Round 4

Seneschalstown 1-08 Navan O’Mahonys 1-08

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.

Goals galore but Dunboyne win out

Div 1 U15 Autumn Championship

Dunboyne v Seneschalstown

The Seneschalstown girls took to the road on Sunday to take on one of the best underage teams in the county. This Division 1 fixture was always going to be a severe test of this U15 Furze team but as always they fought to the bitter end but just could not cope with the fire power of the Dunboyne outfit.

Fantastic fifteens down Rathkenny

U15 Championship Division 1 Round 4

Seneschalstown 2-14 Rathkenny 2-03

They say that rivalries bring out the best in players. Well these teams have met over the last few years since U-10 in numerous clashes in Cup Finals and Shield Finals and only most recently in the U-16 Final were the Furze Girls clung on for a wonderful 1 point victory despite losing their most influential captain Sorcha Gough early in the game. They have provided as much entertainment for both sets of mentors and supporters that the great Dublin and Mayo rivalry has and Thursday night's game was no different.

Second victory in a week secured

Meath Ladies U-15 Division 1 Round 3

Clann Na Gael 0-06 Seneschalstown 8-07

Having to play the night before a Junior League final was never an ideal scenario with several of the u15 girls due to play tomorrow but that didn't deter the girls from taking the game from the start to the Gaeltacht team and dominating throughout.

Darby saves the points

U-16 Football League Division 2 Round 1

Drumconrath/Meath Hill 2-10 Seneschalstown 1-14

Seneschalstown’s U-16's opened their account in this year’s Spring League with a tough encounter away to Drumconrath/Meath Hill. With a number of players missing due to school trips and injury like Conor Dunne, Ben Coffey, Seanie Dalton Tom Smith but mixed with players from the U-15 team currently contesting the final of the Cross-Border League and players from the U-17 panel currently contesting the Division 1 League Final there was plenty of talent on show.

Powerful second half performance seals the points

U.17 Spring League Div. 1B Round 2

Seneschalstown 1-13 Ratoath 0-08

Seneschalstown’s U-17’s held their second game in the U-17 Div. 1B campaign on Sat 24th with a home game against Ratoath and after coming out second best in their opening fixture against O’Mahony’s all games were now knock-out in order to have any chance of qualifying for the semi-finals and this game wasn’t going to be any easier.

Opening Quarter Blitz Sets Tone

Under 17 Division 1 Football Championship
Seneschalstown 1-17 St. Colmcilles 1-08
With many playing their second game in 3 days, Seneschalstown had enough petrol left in the tank to account for St. Colmcilles in a breezy Pilltown on Friday evening. 11 of the 15 players who started on the night featured in Wednesdays’ excellent MFC Quarter Final win over Dunshaughlin, so it was always possible that as the game went on, some players would start to feel the effects of the two games.

October 14th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

U-17 Visit
Each generation in a club is really only minding it and passing the torch onto the next generation in the best possible condition.

Two gentlemen and club stalwarts who have done just that over the years are Kevin Farrell and Kit Carey.

With this in mind it was very fitting for the latest generation in the club to visit both Club Presidents recently with the U-17 Division 2 Cup which they had just won.

October 7th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Juvenile Meeting
There will be a meeting on Monday evening at 20:00 for all parties interested in the running of the Juvenile end of the club. This will be the last meeting before next month’s AGM.

Senior
This Sunday, October 9th, sees our Senior team take on Donaghmore/Ashbourne in the quarter final of the Hoganstand.com Meath SFC. Unbeaten in the competition thus far thanks to victories over Rathkenny, Skryne, Gaeil Colmcille, Blackhall Gaels and Ballinlough, we will be looking to keep the momentum up and qualify for the semi-final for the first time since 2012.

September 23rd 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
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.

Junior A

Seneschalstown GFC

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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