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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.

Seneschalstown fail to conquer the 'hill

A League Division 1 Round 9

Summerhill 1-17 Seneschalstown 2-07

Summerhill is never an east place to go and get a positive result in and on Wednesday evening this proved especially true for Seneschalstown as they went down to a seven point defeat to the hosts on what was a glorious evening for football.

Dee Rangers defeated as Ladies pick up first win

Masita Meath Ladies SFC Round 4

Seneschalstown 1-12 Dee Rangers 0-11

On a glorious evening for football our Senior ladies still looking for their first win in the Senior Championship overcame a strong Dee Rangers side on Tuesday night in what was a crunch tie.

Leading from the start our former outfield All Star Grainne Nulty who took up her position between the sticks was a driving force behind the team with fantastic distribution and a particular game saving save deep in the second half.

C's cruise into League Final

Meath Ladies Division 5 League

Seneschalstown 6-15 St Colmcilles 1-4

Seneschalstown secured a ladies Div. 5 league final place after this good win over a gallant St Colmcilles outfit in Fr Tully Park.

With the sun peeking thru the clouds and gloomy drizzly evening leaving a team of youth and experience took to the pitch to do battle.

Late goals prove killer blows

Meath Ladies Adult League Division 1

Simonstown 3-09 Seneschalstown 0-14

Seneschalstown Senior ladies crossed the river Boyne to Simonstown on Wednesday night to try to pick up some badly needed points against the table toppers of Division 1 was always going to be a hard ask and they almost came away with a win on a memorable night after a hard-fought defeat which saw them concede 2 goals in the last 5 minutes of the game.

Maguire's brace lays platform for victory

U-16 Football Spring League Division 2 Round 3

St. Oliver’s 2-11 Seneschalstown 4-09

Seneschalstown’s U-16's had their 2nd outing in this year’s Spring League with another tough away game but this time to St Oliver's in Moylagh. The team had a number of players returning having missed the opening game with the likes of Conor Dunne and Tom Smith adding strength to the panel which was crucial for this tough encounter. There was still a number missing through injury such as Ben Coffey, Seanie Dalton and Oisín McEvoy, but a strong team fielded.

League success for super seventeens

Meath U-17 Division 1 Football League Final

Seneschalstown 2-10 St. Colmcilles 0-06

History was made last Thursday in Trim when having suffered the disappointment of defeat in the 2017 decider, the class of 2018 made amends when laying claim to the silverware as they defeated St. Colmcilles by 10 points in the U-17 Division 1 Football League Final.

Darby saves the points

U-16 Football League Division 2 Round 1

Drumconrath/Meath Hill 2-10 Seneschalstown 1-14

Seneschalstown’s U-16's opened their account in this year’s Spring League with a tough encounter away to Drumconrath/Meath Hill. With a number of players missing due to school trips and injury like Conor Dunne, Ben Coffey, Seanie Dalton Tom Smith but mixed with players from the U-15 team currently contesting the final of the Cross-Border League and players from the U-17 panel currently contesting the Division 1 League Final there was plenty of talent on show.

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 16th May 2021

Seneschalstown GFC Club Notes 16th 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 Age Grade Policy

The policy of Seneschalstown GFC, as confirmed by the Club Executive, and in accordance with GAA directive, is that all children play and train with their own age group in football, irrespective of ability or the numbers at that age group.
Fundamentally, we are obliged by nationally adopted and monitored GAA Guidelines to implement this policy. 

General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’)

The General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) is applicable from 25th May 2018 and is designed
to give individuals more control over their personal data.
The key principles under the GDPR are:
Lawfulness, fairness and transparency;
Purpose Limitation;
Data minimisation;
Accuracy;
Storage Limitation;
Integrity and confidentiality;
Accountability
In furtherance with the above principles, the following rights are enshrined within the General Data
Protection Regulation (GDPR) and are available to every individual in relation to their own personal
data.
1) The Right to be Informed

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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