Welcome to the home of Seneschalstown Gaelic Football Club.
slideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow imageslideshow image

Lotto

Men

C's edge out Simonstown

B League Div. 4. Sat 15th April

Seneschalstown 1-12 Simonstown 1-11

Seneschalstown gained their second win in their B League Div. 4 with a hard-earned win over a very strong Simonstown team on Saturday evening last.

Played in ideal conditions both teams served up a good brand of running football with some great scores from both sides with scores from Shane Clarke, David Gordon (two), Eddie Meade and Ross Howard in the first half keeping the Seneschalstown lads in touch and trailing by one point at the break, with the half time score at Seneschalstown 0 – 06 Simonstown 1 - 04

Pointless in Moynalvey

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.

1st point of the season picked up

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.

Five of the best for U-16 Girls

U-16 Girls Division 2 Championship Round 2

Seneschalstown 5-05 Rathkenny 0-05

After monsoon conditions on Sunday morning the rainbow came out over Fr. Tully Park in the afternoon and the U-16 Girls continue their mightily impressive start to their championship with a comfortable victory in the end over their victors from the U-15 shield final last season Rathkenny.

1 point defeat in Dunboyne

U-14 Girls Division 1

Seneschalstown 05 - 06 to Dunboyne 04 - 10

A cold Friday afternoon in Dunboyne saw the Seneschalstown girls take to the field in their opening game in the Division 1, U-14 Spring League against a typically strong Dunboyne side who already had 1 win under their belt. After a valiant effort, the Seneschalstown girls just ran out of time losing by a single point.

Brilliant start to the year for the U-16 Girls

U-16 Division 2 Championship Round 1

Oldcastle 6-09 Seneschalstown 7-08

Seneschalstown’s U-16 Ladies got their Division 2 campaign off to a perfect start on Sunday against a strong and determined Oldcastle side with both sides serving up a thriller for the crowd in Gilson Park with no less than 13 goals between them!!

First half blitz secures final spot

Meath U-17 Division 2 League Semi-Final

Seneschalstown 6-16 Drumconrath/Meath Hill 1-09

A place in the U-17 Division 2 Final was secured for Seneschalstown on Monday evening in Donore following a victory which was far more comfortable than could have been envisaged prior to the throw in. These two sides have a history of close encounters and another was to be expected on Monday but in the end it was the Boynesiders who came out on top by a wide margin.

A comeback for the ages in Donore

Meath U-15 Division 2A League Round 1

Seneschalstown 4-13 Wolfe Tones 4-11

Time runs out on fightback

Meath U-13 Division 2 Round 2

St. Cuthbert’s 2-11 Seneschalstown 3-07

A fine second half comeback from five points behind at the break of play just came up short for Seneschalstown’s U-13’s on Saturday afternoon in Sean Newman Park.

Having gotten off to a slow start in terms of scoring the team found their shooting boots in the second half with substitutes Daragh Cantwell being very influential. Kearney showed his scoring prowess as he racked up a goal and two points while Cathal Darby set up a grandstand finish as he netted with three minutes remaining.

March 24th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
The Senior team fell to a third defeat in four League games on Saturday evening when losing to Simonstown Gaels in Simonstown by 1-08 to 0-07.

Best for the team were Cormac Noonan, Damien Sheridan and Adam Carey.

Seneschalstown: Shane Corbally, Niall Hickey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Niall McCabe, James Byrne, David Matthews (0-01), Damien Sheridan, John Smith, Adam Gleeson, James Meade, Adam Carey, Stephen Finnegan, Brian Sheridan (0-02, 0-01 Free), Bryan Clarke (0-04, 0-02 Frees, 0-01 ’45).

March 18th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

New Pitch
Thanks to the incredible generosity of our supporters, those living locally and those not so locally we are delighted to announce that we have so far raised half of our €350,000 target for developing our new sand based All Weather pitch. The contributions which our generous supporters have given us towards this fundraising drive is greatly appreciated.

Senior
Saturday sees the Seniors play their fourth League game of the season when they take on Simonstown Gaels in Simonstown at 18:00.

March 10th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Round 3 of the League saw us have to forfeit home advantage for the second time in the League this season last Saturday when they ended up travelling to take on Skryne. The concession of three goals in the first nine minutes proved too high a hurdle to jump despite racking up a fine tally of sixteen points over the hour.

One notable feature of the game was the return to action of Adam Gleeson who played his first game for the club since the 2014 Junior B Championship Final following a sabbatical from the game in 2015.

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.

Please use the menu above to navigate to other club information, such as match fixtures, results and match reports, as well as a detailed history of the club.

We welcome any feedback on the site as well as help with keeping the site updated with the latest information. If you have any photos, match reports or historical info please contact the Website administrator.

You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seneschalstown-GFC/186395294707370
and also on Twitter: @SeneschalstownG

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer