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12 Apostles fall to Carnaross

Teach na Teamhrach Meath Junior A Football Championship Quarter Final

Carnaross 6-08 Seneschalstown 2-11

C's downed in Simonstown

Meath Reserve League Round 6

Simonstown Gaels 3-16 Seneschalstown 1-07

Seneschalstown began brightly on a warm summers evening on the north side of Navan before ultimately being well defeated by their hosts.
Simonstown kicked the opening two scores before some good work from Conor Cantwell set up David Gordon for his opening point who then added his second moments later after he was found in the full forward line by Ryan O'Dowd. Cantwell continued with his bright start when he put the away side into the lead with a fine effort of his right peg.

Hardfought victory secured in Skryne

Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group A Round

Seneschalstown 1-10 Blackhall Gaels 0-09

Shield defeat for U-15 Girls

Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 Shield Final

Rathkenny 6-6 Seneschalstown 4-4

The curtain came down on the Ladies U-15 championship for Seneschalstown with this heart-breaking defeat to Rathkenny in the Div. 2 Shield final in Kilmainham. Conditions were excellent for a game of football and both teams served up a fine contest.

Brilliant team performance secures victory

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.

Goals prove crucial

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.

17's conjure up one point victory

Meath U-17 Division 2 League Round 4

Navan O’Mahonys 4-09 Seneschalstown 4-10

In years to come the date August 19th 2016 will be the answer to the inevitable quiz question as to when the first Friday night game on in the Premier League was shown on Sky Sports. However, it is highly unlikely that anybody who watched the millionaires strut their stuff in Old Trafford was entertained nearly as much as the hardy few who attended this cracker of an U-17 match in Paddy O’Brien Park.

Final berth secured

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.

Confusion reigns as epic comeback just falls short

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.

March 3rd 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
The League kicks back into action this weekend when they take on Skryne in Skryne Throw in is at 17:00 and the team will be determined to continue their recent improved form with third victory in a row following successive victories over Wolfe Tones. Please note that the venue is now Skryne and not Fr. Tully Park as per the original fixture.

Skryne were very impressive in their Round 2 win over St. Colmcilles but Seneschalstown side will be looking to pick up their second brace of points.

Score updates can be found as usual on our Twitter page.

Junior A

February 26th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Wolfe Tones were defeated for the second time in eight days last Sunday when the Seniors overcame them by 0-17 to 1-11 in the opening round of the Feis Cup.

With Bryan Clarke in sparkling form up front as he registered ten points they did enough to keep the scoreboard ticking over throughout the hour and secured their passage to the next round.

February 18th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Having lost out to Gaeil Colmcille in Round 1 of the League the Seniors got back to winning ways last Sunday when overcoming Wolfe Tones in Kilberry by 1-12 to 0-10.

Boosted by an early Brian Sheridan goal they went in all square at half time before pulling away in the second half when aided by a strong breeze at their back.

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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