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Skryne downed in Walterstown

Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Group C Round 3

Seneschalstown 1-14 Skryne 0-11

Going into this encounter in the Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Skryne would have been favourites on the back of their impressive start to the Championship as they won their opening 2 games while Seneschalstown could only look back on a 50% winning record. And with 10 minutes gone this looked like being right on the money as the Tara outfit held a four point lead while they were leading Seneschalstown a merry dance around the field.

Sheridan the hero at either end

A League Division 1 Round 11

Rathkenny 1-14 Seneschalstown 1-15

In a game, they couldn’t afford to lose, Seneschalstown just about managed to eke out a victory in their relegation battle against Rathkenny on Friday evening. A match that had everything, brilliant score taking, last gasp defending, a virtuoso performance from Rathkenny’s Caolach Halligan, saw Meath’s Joe Sheridan step up in injury time to pull off a stunning penalty save to ensure Seneschalstown clung on to the narrowest of wins.

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.

Semi-final spot secured

Meath Ladies JCFC

Seneschalstown 3-9 St Ultans 2-2

Seneschalstown Junior C Ladies qualified for the Junior C championship Semi-Final with victory over old rivals St Ultans in Fr Tully Park.

The first half was a tight affair and Anna Wogan put the home team in front with a point from play but the visitors scored their first goal shortly afterwards. It took the home team a while to get going and two points from Shirley Quinn kept the home team in touch.

Young guns bag crucial goals

Rathkenny/Slane 2-11 Seneschalstown 2-15

Seneschalstowns Junior C ladies made a big step towards qualification for the Championship semi-finals with this exciting and hard fough win over Rathkenny/Slane in Toddy Harding Park.

3 points the difference in Dunshaughlin

Masita Meath Ladies SFC Round 4

Royal Gaels 2-12 Seneschalstown 1-12

On an evening where some serious rain showers fell in Dunshaughlin Round 4 SFC the teams from Dunshaughlin and Yellow Furze served up a very entertaining game with little more than a kick of a ball separated the teams throughout with Royal Gaels taking the spoils.

'Town advance to semi-final

LMFM Meath MFC Division 1A Round 2

Seneschalstown 4-10 Simonstown Gaels 1-05

On all previous form the clash of Seneschalstown and Simonstown Gaels was expected to be a tight encounter on Wednesday evening in Round 2 of the LMFM MFC and while the scoreline might look like the home side won it at their ease, the reality is quite different. Simonstown will look back on the match and identify key moments where lapses of concentration and small errors proved very costly as Seneschalstown took full advantage of any opening which appeared.

Kirwan's rocket proves crucial

LMFM Meath MFC Division 1A Round 1

Seneschalstown 3-10 Trim 1-10An intriguing clash of the Division 1 and 2 League Champions was in store for spectators in Trim on Tuesday evening and for large spells it would have been a difficult task for a neutral to identify which team was which as Seneschalstown and Trim slugged it out.

Late Commons salvo secures the points

U-16 Division 2 League Round 6

Seneschalstown 3-15 Simonstown Gaels 4-11

In a game which looked to be done and dusted at half time, Seneschalstown were left very relieved to hear Joe Synnott’s final whistle almost two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the hour as they clung desperately onto the slenderest of leads. Indeed, they could count themselves somewhat fortunate to have been awarded a free out with the last play of the game as Simonstown Gaels appeared to be harshly penalised for a square ball infringement from a forty-five.

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 13th June 2021

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 13th June 2021

Membership: Membership for 2021 is now due and can be paid through ‘Foireann’ at the following link: https://returntoplay.gaa.ie/

Membership rates for 2021 as follows:
• Adult Player €100 (will rise to €120 from 10th July 2021
• Non-Playing Adult Membership €60
• Family Membership €175 (consists of two non-playing adults and two children U17)
• Juvenile Membership €70
• Social Membership €20

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 7th June 2021

Club Notes 7th June 2021

Membership: Membership for 2021 is now due and can be paid through ‘Foireann’ at the following link: https://returntoplay.gaa.ie/

Membership rates for 2021 as follows:
• Adult Player €100 (will rise to €120 from 10th July 2021
• Non-Playing Adult Membership €60
• Family Membership €175 (consists of two non-playing adults and two children U17)
• Juvenile Membership €70
• Social Membership €20

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 23rd May 2021

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 23rd May 2021

Membership: Membership for 2021 is now due and can be paid through ‘Foireann’ at the following link: https://returntoplay.gaa.ie/

Membership rates for 2021 as follows:
• Adult Player €100 (will rise to €120 from 10th July 2021)
• Non-Playing Adult Membership €60
• Family Membership €175 (consists of two non-playing adults and two children U17)
• Juvenile Membership €70
• Social Membership €20

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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