Football + Ladies Football + Juvenile

Late Gaeils Goal Denies Hosts

Feis Cup Group A Round 1

Seneschalstown 2-09 Gaeil Colmcille 2-10

In a Friday night thriller under the lights of Fr. Tully Park, Seneschalstown and Gaeil Colmcille got their respective 2023 seasons underway in the first round of the Feis Cup. Over the course of the 60 minutes, the game ebbed and flowed with the lead changing hands on numerous occasions before the Kells men plundered a late goal for themselves to take the spoils by the narrowest of margins when David Gough blew his full-time whistle.

Donie's Double Keeps Seneschalstown in Contention

Coolrite Refrigeration Under 20 Football Championship

Seneschalstown 3-07 Ratoath 1-12

Seneschalstown bounced back from their opening round defeat in the Under 20 Football Championship to Donaghmore/Ashbourne by beating Ratoath in Seán Eiffe Park on Saturday afternoon. Playing conditions were soft underfoot and the rain was intermittent with a slight breeze blowing towards the entrance end of the ground which the hosts played with in the first half.

Dealney Dream Dies as Clinical Moors' Take Title

Meath Minor Football Championship Division 1 Final

Donaghmore/Ashbourne 1-12 Seneschalstown 1-06

Seneschalstown’s bid to earn a historic first ever Delaney Cup for the club fell at the final hurdle on a proud day for the club at Páirc Táilteann on Sunday afternoon. Clearly on the day Donaghmore/Ashbourne were the better team and Seneschalstown can have no shame losing in that fashion. The lads kept going to the bitter end, managing to a plot a goal for themselves with the very last kick of the game through a Sam Kirwan penalty.

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