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Heavy defeat in League opener

2017 A League Division 1 Round 1

Seneschalstown 1-08 Na Fianna 3-15

The 2017 League campaign got off to a disappointing start for Seneschalstown on Sunday as they fell to a thirteen point defeat to Na Fianna in Fr. Tully Park after a somewhat lacklustre display. Trailing by ten points at the interval after hitting ten wides, they managed to rack up a few more scores in the second period but could never get close enough to spark strong hopes of a comeback.

'Town run out of steam in Kilberry

2017 Feis Cup Round 1

Wolfe Tones 2-15 Seneschalstown 1-12 (AET)

There was more than an element of controversy to how things panned out in Kilberry on Sunday morning but over the course of the 80 minutes the benefits of Wolfe Tones having a competitive outing the previous week were on show for all to see as they looked a fitter, sharper outfit, not that Seneschalstown will be overly perturbed with that considering the Championship starting date is three and a bit months away.

Gone in 60 minutes

2016 Meath U-21 Football Championship Preliminary Quarter Final

Summerhill 1-12 Seneschalstown 1-10

Seneschalstown saw their involvement in the 2016 U-21 Championship fall at the first hurdle on Saturday afternoon as they fell to defeat against Summerhill in Trim. Goals win games and in the end, it was a series of missed goal scoring opportunities which they were left to rue as they lost out by a two point margin.

Terrific thirteens come up trumps in final

Meath Ladies U-13 Division 1 Shield Final

Seneschalstown 0-13 St. Colmcilles 1-04

Getting to a final is always a huge achievement, and after last week’s disappointment at narrowly missing out on a place in the Cup Final, Seneschalstown headed to Skryne on Saturday 12th November for the U13 Division 1 Shield Final against a strong St Colmcilles outfit. Defeat was not an option for the Seneschalstown girls and from the first throw in they drove on in waves constantly breaking down the Cilles defence and coming out with a well-deserved victory 0–13 to 1–04.

Vagaries of unfair playoff system see 13's end up in Shield Final

Meath Ladies U-13 Division 1 Playoff

Walterstown 8-04 (28) Seneschalstown 6-08 (26)

A cold but sunny Sunday afternoon in Walterstown saw Seneschalstown’s U-13 girls take to the field in a playoff to reach the Division 1 Cup Final. Walterstown having been given a second chance to reach the final having already lost to Dunboyne the previous week. The Seneschalstown girls were unlucky to have been drawn third from the hat and hence were only given 1 chance to reach the Cup Final despite all 3 teams finishing on level points.

Width of a post denies 'town in thriller

Meath Ladies Division 1 Minor Championship

Seneschalstown 2-7 Royal Gaels 3-4

Seneschalstown and Royal Gaels served up an entertaining and exciting draw in this Minor Div. 1 Championship game played under lights in Dunshaughlin on Thursday night.

A win for either side would have put them in pole position to qualify for the final against Simonstown and now we must wait until Royal Gaels complete their program of games to see who will qualify.

Waters' penalty save proves crucial in victory

LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 3 Round 2

Seneschalstown 2-16 Drumconrath/Meath Hill 1-13

Seniors fall at penultimate hurdle

Coca Cola Meath Ladies SFC Semi-Final

Seneschalstown 2-11 St Ultans 6-13

Seneschalstown’s attempt to reach the Coca Cola Senior Ladies Championship Final came unstuck as there were defeated by St Ultans at the penultimate hurdle in a balmy Rathkenny on Tuesday. On a night when nothing seemed to go right for the Seneschalstown girls, credit is due to St Ultans who performed well in every sector of the field and deservedly won the game.

Masterful Mulvany kicks Seneschalstown to victory

Patrick Ward U-16 Tournament Final

Seneschalstown 5-09 Simonstown Gaels 4-11

Sunday evening last saw Fr. Tully Park play host to a thriller as Seneschalstown and Simonstown Gaels served up an excellent match in the final of the Patrick Ward Tournament. End to end throughout, both sides had spells of dominance and right to the death the outcome was in the balance as had the game gone on a further thirty seconds Simonstown may have had time to engineer one further score to either draw or win the match.

March 3rd 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
The League kicks back into action this weekend when they take on Skryne in Skryne Throw in is at 17:00 and the team will be determined to continue their recent improved form with third victory in a row following successive victories over Wolfe Tones. Please note that the venue is now Skryne and not Fr. Tully Park as per the original fixture.

Skryne were very impressive in their Round 2 win over St. Colmcilles but Seneschalstown side will be looking to pick up their second brace of points.

Score updates can be found as usual on our Twitter page.

Junior A

February 26th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Wolfe Tones were defeated for the second time in eight days last Sunday when the Seniors overcame them by 0-17 to 1-11 in the opening round of the Feis Cup.

With Bryan Clarke in sparkling form up front as he registered ten points they did enough to keep the scoreboard ticking over throughout the hour and secured their passage to the next round.

February 18th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Having lost out to Gaeil Colmcille in Round 1 of the League the Seniors got back to winning ways last Sunday when overcoming Wolfe Tones in Kilberry by 1-12 to 0-10.

Boosted by an early Brian Sheridan goal they went in all square at half time before pulling away in the second half when aided by a strong breeze at their back.

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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