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Teach na Teamhrach Meath Junior A Football Championship Group A Round 4
Seneschalstown 4-14 Drumconrath 2-06
Ideal Bathrooms Meath Junior C Football Championship Round 5
Seneschalstown 3-13 Clann na Gael 1-15
A League Division 1 Round 11
St. Patrick’s 2-14 Seneschalstown 1-11
Going into this game which was played in near perfect conditions in Stamullen both sides harboured ambitions of coming second in the League, thereby gaining themselves a spot in the semi-final against the third placed team. Seneschalstown were on the back of a long unbeaten run and of late had been playing an enterprising brand of football but in the midsummer sun saw the wind taken out of their sails as the hosts earned themselves a well-deserved six point victory.
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2 Round 6
Donaghmore/Ashbourne 2-06 Seneschalstown 5-09
On a lovely crisp Autumnal evening the U-15 Yellow Furze girls gave a fantastic display under the impressive lights in Ashbourne to outgun the Donaghmore/Ashbourne outfit as they secured a shot at silverware in the U-15 Division 2 Autumn Championship.
Meath Ladies Minor Football Championship
Clann na Gael 2-11 Seneschalstown 2-12
Despite trailing by seven points, Seneschalstown put in a superb second half performance to overcome a strong Clan Na Gael challenge in Rathcairn on Sunday evening.
Meath Ladies U-15 Division 2
Seneschalstown 4-07 Summerhill 1-12
In Rathkenny on Saturday morning a very young gutsy team performance was rewarded with maximum points for the U-15 Furze girls as they continue to leave their mark on the Autumn Championship.
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.
Under 16 Summer League Division 1 Round 3
St. Colmcilles 1-13 Seneschalstown 1-09
By Shane Mulvany
Minus a few regulars combined with only having 15 players available to them, Seneschalstown ultimately fell short in their bid to get their first win of the Summer League campaign. Having finished level with Na Fianna as well as leaving Paddy O’Brien Park pointless last Tuesday, victory was a must when they travelled to the excellently presented Páirc Uí Rís facilities in Piltown on Tuesday evening.
Last week was a very busy one for the Seneschalstown U-14’s but also a very profitable one as they started the Summer League with two wins.
U-14 Summer League Roinn B Round 1
Seneschalstown 7-06 St. Peter’s/Paul’s 1-04
They started our summer league with a home again against a big strong Dunboyne side, for the first half both teams traded some really good scores and passages of play with good scores coming from Will Finegan, Liam Maguire, Kit Waddington and Donal Commons leaving the half time score at Seneschalstown 3 – 03 St. Peter’s/Paul’s 1 - 03
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.
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.
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 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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