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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.
Hoganstand.com Meath SFC Semi-Final
Donaghmore/Ashbourne 2-16 Seneschalstown 0-05
The only unbeaten record at the end of the Hoganstand.com Meath SFC group stages belonged to Seneschalstown but it came to a shuddering half in this Sunday lunchtime quarter final when Donaghmore/Ashbourne laid down a powerful marker that they are the team to beat in this year’s Championship.
Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group A Round 5
Seneschalstown 0-10 Ballinlough 0-09
Meath Ladies U-16 Division 2 Championship
Donaghmore/Ashbourne 0-06 Seneschalstown 3-14
Ladies Division 1 Football League Round 1
Seneschalstown 0-6 Royal Girls 2-8
Seneschalstown lost out in the opening Div. 1 league encounter against Royal Gaels in the well-appointed Dunshaughlin venue. With Father Tully Park unavailable, Seneschalstown had to concede home advantage.
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.
Meath U-15 Division 2A League Round 1
Seneschalstown 4-13 Wolfe Tones 4-11
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.
Due to a number of teams not showing up there was a change to the original fixtures so our first game was against a very strong Clan Na Gael outfit and both teams traded scores for the first half and at half time the scores were; Seneschalstown 0–06 Clan Na Gael 0-04.
In the second half the Seneschalstown lads really settled into the game and pressed hard all over the pitch eventually running out 8 pt. winners, final score;
Seneschalstown 0-14 Clann Na Gael 0-06
Clan Na Gael went on to win the shield competition.
Last Saturday saw the Seniors defeat St. Peter’s Dunboyne in Round 7 of the A League Division 1 by 1-18 to 2-13.
Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, Niall Groome, Joe Sheridan (1-03), Damien Sheridan, Jonathan Gilsenan (0-03), Brian Sheridan (0-01, 0-01 Free), James Meade, Stephen Finnegan (0-02), Robert Ruddy, Bryan Clarke (0-09, 0-08 Frees).
Seneschalstown Substitution: Darragh Keogh for R. Ruddy.
This weekend sees them play Navan O’Mahonys on Saturday at 18:00 in Paddy O’Brien Park in Round 8 of the League.
There will be a General Meeting in the clubhouse on Tuesday May 24th at 20:30. All welcome to attend.
Last Friday evening in a sparsely populated Páirc Tailteann our Senior side eventually saw off the challenge of Skryne to win out by 2-15 to 0-15. Struggling for scores early on it was the boot of Bryan Clarke that kept them in touch for much of the game before in the last quarter they opened their shoulders and pulled clear.
The Hoganstand.com Meath SFC takes centre stage this weekend with many Round 2 games down to be played. Our Seniors will be out this evening when they take on neighbours Skryne in Páirc Tailteann at 19:45. With the floodlights at the venerable old venue out of action we will be looking for a bright evening or the closing stages could end up being played in near darkness.
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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