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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.

Stumble at the first fence

Fairyhouse Steel Meath SFC Group B Round 1

Seneschalstown 1-09 Moynalvey 0-17

Having come through the group stages of the 2016 Meath SFC unbeaten before losing out to Donaghmore/Ashbourne in the quarter final, hopes were high in Seneschalstown that they could get their 2017 campaign off to a bright start on Friday last only for Moynalvey to prove to be the rock on which these ambitions floundered.

Magical Monaghan lights up Fr. Tully Park

Rd 2 U15 Division 1 

Seneschalstown v Skryne

Half Time 
Seneschalstown 3-10
Skryne 1-03

Full Time 
Seneschalstown 8-19
Skryne 2-05

Final hurdle proves too high

Dunboyne 6-12 Seneschalstown 1-14

Despite a gallant effort, Seneschalstown Junior C ladies lost out to Dunboyne in this Junior C decider in Pairc Tailtean.

Beaten but senior status maintained

Masita Senior Championship Rd 7

Na Fianna v Seneschalstown 

Half Time 
Na Fianna 1-07
Seneschalstown 0-3

Full Time 
Na Fianna 1-11
Seneschalstown 0-6

Opening Quarter Blitz Sets Tone

Under 17 Division 1 Football Championship
Seneschalstown 1-17 St. Colmcilles 1-08
With many playing their second game in 3 days, Seneschalstown had enough petrol left in the tank to account for St. Colmcilles in a breezy Pilltown on Friday evening. 11 of the 15 players who started on the night featured in Wednesdays’ excellent MFC Quarter Final win over Dunshaughlin, so it was always possible that as the game went on, some players would start to feel the effects of the two games.

Trim kept at bay in Dunganny

LMFM Minor Championship Division 1 Round 2

Seneschalstown 2-16 Trim 0-10

With the initial game having been called off last week, the Minors of Seneschalstown and Trim met on Tuesday evening in Dunganny with their life in the Minor Championship on the line. Having both lost their opening round encounters, another defeat would signal the end of their participation in the competition so the stakes couldn’t have been higher.

Goals prove to be the difference

U-15 Division 2 League

Seneschalstown 2-04 St. Patrick’s 0-14

Having previously earned a hard fought draw in their opening U.15 Div. 2 league game away to Simonstown, Seneschalstown welcomed a very strong St Pat's team who had been operating in Div. 1 to date to Fr. Tully park in what was always going to be a much tougher assignment.

September 16th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Croagh Patrick Climb
Thanks to all who undertook our sponsored climb of Croagh Patrick last Saturday. It seemed like half the parish descended on shore of Clew Bay to climb the famous reek in an attempt to raise much needed funds for the development of our new pitch, the grass seed for which was sown this week.

Photos from the climb will be posted on our Facebook Page this weekend.

Ciaran McCabe RIP

September 9th 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.

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.

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.

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