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Men

Late goals key to victory at county champions home

AFL Division 1 Round 8

Navan O’Mahonys 1-11 Seneschalstown 3-09

While the two Madrid rivals, Atletico and Real clashed in the final of the Champions League on Saturday evening, one of Meath footballs longest standing local rivalries was being fought out in Paddy O’ Brien Park on the same evening. Both sides were coming into the game off the back of wins in the previous round of the league, Seneschalstown needing late scores to overcome the challenge of St. Peters Dunboyne, while the home side had a comfortable victory over Intermediate side St. Colmcilles.

Victory snatched from the jaws of defeat

A League Division 1 Round 7

Seneschalstown 1-18 St. Peter’s Dunboyne 2-13

The recent winning run for Seneschalstown continued on Saturday evening when they accounted for the challenge of St. Peter’s Dunboyne in Fr. Tully Park. Having looked like the winners for much of the game they fell behind to a sixty second minute Dunboyne goal but showing reserves of character which comes from building a winning run they fashioned three points in the remaining minutes of injury time, of which there was nearly six following Robert Ruddy picking up an injury which saw him stretchered off.

Grade A performance secures brilliant victory

Teach na Teamhrach Meath Junior A Football Championship Group A Round 2

Seneschalstown 0-14 Meath Hill 0-12

Having lost out to the beaten 2015 finalists Dunsany in Round 1 of the Teach na Teamhrach Junior A Football Championship, Seneschalstown travelled to Drumconrath to take on Meath Hill in their second round encounter. With the sun beating down on the field of play it was a glorious evening for football and to fit the occasion both sides served up an excellent game of football, a game which referee Patrick Nelis allowed to flow at every opportunity.

Half time switches prove crucial

Meath Ladies Minor Football Championship

Clann na Gael 2-11 Seneschalstown 2-12

Despite trailing by seven points, Seneschalstown put in a superb second half performance to overcome a strong Clan Na Gael challenge in Rathcairn on Sunday evening.

15's edge a thriller

Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2

Seneschalstown 4-07 Summerhill 1-12

In Rathkenny on Saturday morning a very young gutsy team performance was rewarded with maximum points for the U-15 Furze girls as they continue to leave their mark on the Autumn Championship.

Goals prove to be the difference

Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 League Round 3

Simonstown 4-08 Seneschalstown 1-05

On a very windy Sunday evening the Furze girls headed across Navan to take on a strong Simonstown team that are unbeaten in the U-15 Autumn league. A daunting prospect and still missing a few crucial players it was a tough assignment with Simonstown powering away in the second half with a couple of great goals to kill the game as a contest.

Second quarter surge proves crucial

Meath U-16 Division 1 League Round 3

Navan O’Mahonys 2-08 Seneschalstown 4-07

Having finished up a long day in the classroom just a few hours previously it was back to school for the U-16 footballers of Navan O’Mahonys and Seneschalstown on Wednesday evening as due to Paddy O’Brien Park being unplayable due to the recent poor weather this match was switched to the pitch at Beaufort College, having previously being postponed by twenty-four hours.

Disappointing defeat for 14's

U-14 Spring League Division 2 Round 5

Seneschalstown 1-01 Navan O'Mahonys 2-09

On what turned into a desperate evening for football the U-14's of Seneschalstown and Navan O'Mahonys renewed acquaintances when meeting in Round 5 of the Spring League.

Playing into a strong breeze and struggling to get the ball out of their defence Seneschalstown would have been relatively satisfied to be just six points in arrears but were rocked on the run in towards the interval when O'Mahonys tagged on a goal and a point to open up a ten-point advantage at half time.

Commons on fire in 16's victory

Meath U-16 Division 1 League Round 2

Seneschalstown 7-12 Simonstown Gaels 4-07

The U-16 footballers from Seneschalstown made it two wins from two in the Division 1 League on Tuesday evening when overcoming Simonstown Gaels by fourteen points in Fr. Tully Park. For the second week in a row the match couldn't be played at the regulation fifteen a side due to the opposition not having enough players available, Simonstown arriving with thirteen players.

Fr. Seamus Mulvany's Golden Jubilee

Certain names become synonymous with clubs and in our case one of those names would be that of Fr. Seamus Mulvany. Fr. Mulvany arrived to the parish on Saturday September 13th 1969 and on the following day saw our Senior side in action as they had a runaway victory over Oldcastle in the Feis Cup at Kildalkey. .

Whatever he witnessed on that Sunday he resolved to get involved with the club and he soon guided a Juvenile side to win the East Meath Juvenile League when they caused a surprise by beating a very fancied Duleek outfit in the final.

May 20th 2015 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Strictly Come Dancing
Last Friday we held our third Strictly Come Dancing event in the Knightsbrook Hotel. Following months of organisation the event was a huge success with all fifteen couples wowing the judges. However there could only be one winner on the night and Eoin Battersby and Joyce McDonagh were the couple which came out on top after a scintillating display of dancing.

Our thanks to the organising committee who put on a brilliant night and to all who helped out in the venue.

May 13th 2015 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Strictly Come Dancing
The big night is almost upon us as there are only two more days until our third Strictly Come Dancing event. The dancers are raring to go and have been practising all around the clock to have their dances perfected. A marvellous night is guaranteed with while we will also be unveiling our development plans.

Judges on Friday night in the Knightsbrook Hotel are comedian Al Porter (Al is the resident comedian on the drive time show on 2FM), PR guru Valerie Roe, Spotlights Musical Theatre Producer and Choreographer Mr Stuart O’Connor and our very own Rita Collins.

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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