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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.

Geraghty Cup Final

It's been long regarded as one of the most prestigious senior football tournaments held in the country and tomorrow evening will see us take on tournament organisers Mattock Rangers GAA in the final of the latest edition of the Geraghty Cup.

Named in memory of Nicholas Geraghty, father of Larry, Paddy, Jim, Kevin as well of course as Ollie who had a distinguished playing career with ourselves and Mattock along with a notable inter-county career, the tournament was first held in 1977 when we, with Ollie as captain, had the great honour of becoming the first winners.

Longest journey off to a winning start

Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Group C Round 1

Seneschalstown 2-15 Dunshaughlin 2-06

Jack Judge once penned the famous song “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary” and were he still alive today he would probably be writing a song about the long way to the Peter McDermott Cup for it will take either Seneschalstown or Dunshaughlin a somewhat ridiculous ten games to win the 2017 edition of the Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC while the first teams in the same competition will need only eight.

Mother & daughter line out together in Clonard

Meath Ladies Division 5 League

Clonard 0-2 Seneschalstown 9-16

Seneschalstown had a comprehensive victory against the newly formed Clonard adult team in this Div. 5 third round clash in Clonard. Only formed recently, the Clonard girls gave a good account of themselves and fought right to the end. A nice crowd gathered as this was the first competitive home game for the Clonard team.

Late scores prove crucial

Meath Ladies Division 1 League Round 3

Seneschalstown 0 -11 St. Ultans 2 – 10

Seneschalstown Senior Ladies fielded a very young and inexperienced team against St Ultans in the Meath Senior Ladies Round 3 League game on Thursday 20th April 2017 but produced a fantastic display of attacking football against the current Senior Football Champions St. Ultans.

Ruthless 16's secure semi-final spot

Seneschalstown 6-20
Summerhill 1-02

With Seneschalstown U16s needing a win against Summerhill in the final round of the Division 2 championship to secure a semi-final spot a thoroughly convincing performance ensued from a very determined outfit. Summerhill who were short of some of their top players could not contain a rampant attacking performance from the Furze girls in Fr. Tully park.

Indeed, the game as a contest was over by half time the scoreboard reading
Seneschalstown 5-14
Summer 1-01

Four of the best for Mullen

U-16 Division 2 League Round 6

Wolfe Tones 3-10 Seneschalstown 7-14

Seneschalstown travelled to Gibbstown for Round 6 of the U-16 Division 2 League on Tuesday and on a night perfect for football these two teams served up some great football in a very entertaining game played in a great spirit.

Na Fianna downed in Fr. Tully Park

Seneschalstown 8-17 Na Fianna 1-08

Seneschalstown hosted Na Fianna for their 5th game in Div. 2 of the U-16 league and although the Na Fianna lads never gave up Seneschalstown were just too strong on the evening and ran out worthy winners

17's down Dunboyne

U-17 Division 1 League Round 7

Seneschalstown 3-13 Dunboyne 2-13

Seneschalstown arrived in Dunboyne on Friday evening last to face a Dunboyne side against whom victory had eluded the Yellow Furze over previous years. However, from the start of the game the side in blue and yellow set the tone of the game and in a game played with a high level of pace and commitment at last Seneschalstown managed to emerge as victors against the Dublin border club.

September 2nd 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

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.

June 10th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Kellogg’s Cúl Camp
Once more this year we are delighted to be a host venue for the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps. The camp in Seneschalstown will this year be held from Monday July 18th – Friday July 22nd. The cost for the first child in a family is €55 with a sliding scale applying thereafter.

To book your child’s place please follow the following link - https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?county=23&venue=1044&year=2016

Schools Festival of Football

June 2nd 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
The Seniors kept their winning run in the League going on Saturday evening when earning a four point victory over Navan O’Mahonys in Paddy O’Brien Park. Having fallen behind with ten minutes remaining they responded well and scored two goals to secure the brace of points.

Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, David Matthews, Damien Sheridan (0-01), Joe Sheridan (1-00), Niall Hickey (1-00), Brian Sheridan (0-01), Adam Carey (0-01), Johnny Gilsenan (0-01), Niall Groome, Bryan Clarke (1-05, 0-05fs).

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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