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B League Division 2 football again in 2017

Meath B League Division 2 Playoff

Summerhill 3-15 Seneschalstown 0-09

Ambitions of promotion to back to Division 1 of the B Leagues at the first time of asking came to a shuddering halt on Saturday evening in Dunganny for Seneschalstown’s Junior A side as they crashed to a fifteen point defeat at the hands of Summerhill. Prior to the throw in there had been an impeccably observed minutes’ silence in memory of Ciaran McCabe whose cousin Niall lined out on the forty for the Furze outfit.

Playoff spot secured as Nobber crushed

Meath B League Division 2 Round 9

Nobber 1-07 Seneschalstown 4-15

Seneschalstown Junior A squad relinquished home advantage to Nobber for this last round of the B league division 2 competition. The match played was under lights on Friday 9th September at 7.30pm to facilitate the Seneschalstown fundraiser climb to Croagh Patrick on Saturday 10th September and saw Seneschalstown looking to win promotion and league final spot with only one loss in the competition to-date.

Na Fianna on top in Baconstown

A League Division 1 Round 13

Na Fianna 1-15 Seneschalstown 0-11

A League campaign that promised plenty petered out on Sunday afternoon for Seneschalstown as they lost their third consecutive game in the competition following a flat display in a very windy Baconstown. From the off the home side set the running and with a healthy lead built up at half time having played with the elements at their back they never looked in danger of being caught.

Terrific thirteens come up trumps in final

Meath Ladies U-13 Division 1 Shield Final

Seneschalstown 0-13 St. Colmcilles 1-04

Getting to a final is always a huge achievement, and after last week’s disappointment at narrowly missing out on a place in the Cup Final, Seneschalstown headed to Skryne on Saturday 12th November for the U13 Division 1 Shield Final against a strong St Colmcilles outfit. Defeat was not an option for the Seneschalstown girls and from the first throw in they drove on in waves constantly breaking down the Cilles defence and coming out with a well-deserved victory 0–13 to 1–04.

Vagaries of unfair playoff system see 13's end up in Shield Final

Meath Ladies U-13 Division 1 Playoff

Walterstown 8-04 (28) Seneschalstown 6-08 (26)

A cold but sunny Sunday afternoon in Walterstown saw Seneschalstown’s U-13 girls take to the field in a playoff to reach the Division 1 Cup Final. Walterstown having been given a second chance to reach the final having already lost to Dunboyne the previous week. The Seneschalstown girls were unlucky to have been drawn third from the hat and hence were only given 1 chance to reach the Cup Final despite all 3 teams finishing on level points.

Width of a post denies 'town in thriller

Meath Ladies Division 1 Minor Championship

Seneschalstown 2-7 Royal Gaels 3-4

Seneschalstown and Royal Gaels served up an entertaining and exciting draw in this Minor Div. 1 Championship game played under lights in Dunshaughlin on Thursday night.

A win for either side would have put them in pole position to qualify for the final against Simonstown and now we must wait until Royal Gaels complete their program of games to see who will qualify.

Masterful Mulvany kicks Seneschalstown to victory

Patrick Ward U-16 Tournament Final

Seneschalstown 5-09 Simonstown Gaels 4-11

Sunday evening last saw Fr. Tully Park play host to a thriller as Seneschalstown and Simonstown Gaels served up an excellent match in the final of the Patrick Ward Tournament. End to end throughout, both sides had spells of dominance and right to the death the outcome was in the balance as had the game gone on a further thirty seconds Simonstown may have had time to engineer one further score to either draw or win the match.

Final heartbreak as valiant effort comes up short

U-14 Roinn B Shield Final

Simonstown Gaels 2-14 Seneschalstown 3-07

Despite a performance in which every player gave it their all Seneschalstown’s U-14’s just came up short in the Roinn B Shield Final which was played in idyllic conditions in Dunganny. Over the course of a pulsating fifty minutes both sides had their spells of dominance but ultimately it was the greater scoring power of the youngsters from the North side of Navan which saw Simonstown emerge victorious.

Virtuoso Finnegan sinks Longwood/Clonard

LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 3 Round 1

Longwood/Clonard 2-11 Seneschalstown 6-08

March 24th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
The Senior team fell to a third defeat in four League games on Saturday evening when losing to Simonstown Gaels in Simonstown by 1-08 to 0-07.

Best for the team were Cormac Noonan, Damien Sheridan and Adam Carey.

Seneschalstown: Shane Corbally, Niall Hickey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Niall McCabe, James Byrne, David Matthews (0-01), Damien Sheridan, John Smith, Adam Gleeson, James Meade, Adam Carey, Stephen Finnegan, Brian Sheridan (0-02, 0-01 Free), Bryan Clarke (0-04, 0-02 Frees, 0-01 ’45).

March 18th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

New Pitch
Thanks to the incredible generosity of our supporters, those living locally and those not so locally we are delighted to announce that we have so far raised half of our €350,000 target for developing our new sand based All Weather pitch. The contributions which our generous supporters have given us towards this fundraising drive is greatly appreciated.

Senior
Saturday sees the Seniors play their fourth League game of the season when they take on Simonstown Gaels in Simonstown at 18:00.

March 10th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Round 3 of the League saw us have to forfeit home advantage for the second time in the League this season last Saturday when they ended up travelling to take on Skryne. The concession of three goals in the first nine minutes proved too high a hurdle to jump despite racking up a fine tally of sixteen points over the hour.

One notable feature of the game was the return to action of Adam Gleeson who played his first game for the club since the 2014 Junior B Championship Final following a sabbatical from the game in 2015.

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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