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2017 A League Division 1 Round 2
Donaghmore/Ashbourne 1-14 Seneschalstown 0-09
Following a late pitch inspection from referee Jason Plunkett, the senior sides from Donaghmore/Ashbourne took to the field of play in Ashbourne in front a crowd which was well sheltered from the biting wind which blew directly down the field of play towards the town goal.
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.
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.
Meath Ladies U-12 Division 2 Round 2
Seneschalstown 1-04 Simonstown 5-06
Seneschalstown lost out to Simonstown in this Round 2 clash in Fr Tully Park.
The Seneschalstown Girls enjoyed plenty of possession in the early stages but just couldn't turn possession into scores. Simonstown were first to score with a midway through the quarter and tagged on an additional 2 goals to lead at quarter time.
Duleek Bellewstown 4-05 Seneschalstown 2-04
Seneschalstown’s U-12 girls opened their Div. 2 Championship with a loss to a physically stronger Duleek Bellewstown outfit in sunny Duleek on Saturday March 25th.
Meath Ladies U-14 Division 1 Championship
Seneschalstown 6 - 07 to Clann na Gael 1 - 03
It was a wet and windy afternoon in Rathcairn when the Seneschalstown U-14 girls took to the field in their second game of the Division 1 Spring League against Clann na Gael.
Meath U-15 Division 2A League Round 2
Round Towers 4-12 Seneschalstown 5-13
Seneschalstown U-15 Boys travelled to Drumbaragh for the second round of the U-15 Division 2 League to play a very strong Round Towers team.
Meath U-17 Division 2 League Final
Seneschalstown 3-08 Navan O’Mahonys 0-10
The Meath Centre of Excellence in Dunganny bore witness on Wednesday evening to an U-17 Final which showcased plenty of cause for optimism that the future of Meath football is very bright. Neighbours and rivals through the decades, Navan O’Mahonys and Seneschalstown can look forward to two special groups of players making their way onto their respective Senior panels in the not too distant future if the fare both produced on a typically Autumnal evening is any barometer to go by.
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.
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.
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
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 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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