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Teach na Teamhrach Meath Junior A Football Championship Group A Round 5
Seneschalstown 3-19 Kilmainhamwood 3-08
Ideal Bathrooms Meath Junior C Football Championship Playoff
Seneschalstown 1-13 Clann na Gael 1-08
Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group A Round 3
Seneschalstown 0-15 Gaeil Colmcille 0-13
Meath Ladies Division 1 Minor Championship
Donaghmore Ashbourne 1-13 Seneschalstown 5-8
Seneschalstown defeated Donaghmore Ashbourne in the Minor Div. 1 Round 4 clash played in dry windy conditions on the Main pitch in Ashbourne. After 20 minutes the teams were level but winners got on top on the run in to the break after playing with the wind in the first half.
Meath Ladies Division 1 Minor Championship Round 2
Seneschalstown 0-13 Boardsmill 8-05
Although both teams scored 13 times it was Boardsmill's ability to find the net which gave the visitors a victory in Donore.
Meath Ladies U-13 League Division 1 Round 4,
Seneschalstown 4-08 Navan O’Mahonys 2-05
On a bright Saturday afternoon in Paddy O’Brien Park O’Mahonys came out all guns blazing scoring a goal and two points in quick succession before Nicola Mongey opened the scoring for Seneschalstown with a point. Things were not looking too great for Seneschalstown as the home side stretched their lead with a further goal.
Meath U-14 Roinn B Shield Semi-Final
Rathkenny 3-05 Seneschalstown 4-19
A place in the U-14 Roinn B Shield Final against Simonstown Gaels was secured for Seneschalstown on Thursday evening following an easier than expected victory away to Rathkenny. Due to a number of factors the hosts were forced to field a very much understrength side with plenty of U-12’s making the step up.
U-14 Football Championship Roinn B Quarter Final
Seneschalstown 2-15 Round Towers 5-07
Confusion reigned in Fr. Tully Park last Thursday evening when nobody seemed quite sure what the score was for large parts of this absorbing U-14 Championship quarter final. Anybody who was asked what the score was seemed to have a different opinion to the person next to them but in the end whatever people thought there was only one person whose opinion mattered and that was that of the referee.
Meath U-17 Division 2 League Round 3
Seneschalstown 7-13 Wolfe Tones 1-09
It may have been Round 3 of the League but strangely this was Seneschalstown’s initial foray into the U-17 League for 2016 due to a combination of receiving a walkover from one game and the referee not showing up for another. With this in mind an element of rustiness may have been expected in their performance but this proved to not be the case as they turned in a very slick showing against what was admittedly an understrength Wolfe Tones side.
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).
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.
Saturday sees the Seniors play their fourth League game of the season when they take on Simonstown Gaels in Simonstown at 18:00.
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 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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