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Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group A Round
Seneschalstown 1-10 Blackhall Gaels 0-09
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
Coca Cola Meath Ladies Junior C Championship Round 6
Simonstown 7-28 Seneschalstown 2-04
Seneschalstown were well beaten by a very strong and skill full Simonstown outfit in Round 6 of the Junior C championship.
Sort a number of regulars due to holidays and with a more taking to the field with a few niggles, the Furze Girls kept going in the face of adversity and never stopped trying right up to the final whistle.
Coca Cola Meath Ladies Senior Football Championship Round 6
Na Fianna 1-03 Seneschalstown 3-08
Seneschalstown overcame the determined challenge of Na Fianna in sunny Baconstown on Monday evening in the latest round of the Coca Cola Senior Championship when they ground out a victory.
Scoring was at a premium in the first twenty minutes and it was the visitor’s ability to get scores at vital times during the game that led to a deserved victory.
Coca Cola Meath Ladies Junior C Football Championship
Seneschalstown 2-12 Na Fianna 1-2
Seneschalstown overcame a youthful Na Fianna outfit in this Coca Cola Junior C championship played in damp conditions in Fr Tully Park on Thursday evening.
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.
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.
Kellogg’s Cúl Camp
Once more this year we are delighted to be a host venue for the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps. The camp in Seneschalstown will this year be held from Monday July 18th – Friday July 22nd. The cost for the first child in a family is €55 with a sliding scale applying thereafter.
To book your child’s place please follow the following link - https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?county=23&venue=1044&year=2016
Schools Festival of Football
The Seniors kept their winning run in the League going on Saturday evening when earning a four point victory over Navan O’Mahonys in Paddy O’Brien Park. Having fallen behind with ten minutes remaining they responded well and scored two goals to secure the brace of points.
Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, David Matthews, Damien Sheridan (0-01), Joe Sheridan (1-00), Niall Hickey (1-00), Brian Sheridan (0-01), Adam Carey (0-01), Johnny Gilsenan (0-01), Niall Groome, Bryan Clarke (1-05, 0-05fs).
Last Saturday saw the Seniors defeat St. Peter’s Dunboyne in Round 7 of the A League Division 1 by 1-18 to 2-13.
Seneschalstown: David Lyons, Paul Carey, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Mark Fox, John Smith, Niall Groome, Joe Sheridan (1-03), Damien Sheridan, Jonathan Gilsenan (0-03), Brian Sheridan (0-01, 0-01 Free), James Meade, Stephen Finnegan (0-02), Robert Ruddy, Bryan Clarke (0-09, 0-08 Frees).
Seneschalstown Substitution: Darragh Keogh for R. Ruddy.
This weekend sees them play Navan O’Mahonys on Saturday at 18:00 in Paddy O’Brien Park in Round 8 of the League.
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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