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Seneschalstown GAA AGM 2014 Nomination & Motions Forms are attached. Please download, fill in and return to Declan Kinsella by 10th November
Meath U-21 Championship Quarter Final
Seneschalstown 0-11 Navan O’Mahonys 1-15
U-21 Championship Preliminary Round
Seneschalstown 3-11 Walterstown 0-13
Dunshaughlin was the venue on this occasion for the latest meeting at the U-21 grade between neighbours Seneschalstown and Walterstown. On a glorious autumnal morning for football with the dew glistening in the morning sun the young talents from each club went toe to toe serving up a very entertaining encounter. Following a match in which both sides had their periods in the ascendancy it was the side clad in yellow who were to emerge victorious by a relatively comfortable seven point margin.
Ladies Feis Cup Final
Seneschalstown 0-14 Dee Rangers 1-06
Seneschalstown Ladies magnificent year came to a rewarding end as they completed the double for the second year in a row by adding the Feis Cup to their county championship title after defeating junior county champions Dee Rangers in perfect conditions in Seneschalstown on Sunday afternoon.
Seneschalstown 3-02 Simonstown 6-12
Seneschalstown’s Under 18 ladies were in action on Saturday 8th Nov in the Division 1 semi-final against Simonstown.
U-13 Girls Division 2 Cup Final
Seneschalstown 1-04 Skryne 3-02
In a game played in absolutely atrocious weather conditions Seneschalstown’s U-13 girls succumbed to a physically stronger Skryne team in the Division 2 final on Saturday in Ashbourne on a scoreline of 3-02 to 1-04.
LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 2 Final
Seneschalstown 1-06 Trim 5-08
With the prize of the Liam Tolan Memorial Cup up for grabs the minor footballers of Seneschalstown and Trim faced off in Skryne on Sunday morning in the Meath Minor Championship Division 2 Final. With the playing surface glistening under the low November sunshine as both sides emerged onto the field of play Seneschalstown were relieved that the players who were forced off injured in their semi-final replay victory were declared fit to play.
Player profiles for the upcoming Minor Championship Division 2 Final against Trim. The game will be played in Skryne on Friday November 14th at 19:45.
Adam Carey: A real livewire who can operate anywhere on the field. Carey has been one of the star players for the side this year with those who witnessed his goal against Jenkinstown Gaels earlier this season calling it one of the best they’ve seen from a Seneschalstown player.
Conor Cantwell: A hardworking defender who was one of the key performers for the U-17 side in their League Final triumph in September.
Under 15 League Round 7
Seneschalstown 1-09 Skryne 3-17
Secretary Report 2014 AGM 17th November 2014
Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to Baile Sencaill AGM for 2014.
1. Minutes from last year’s AGM
2. Secretary Report
3. Treasurer Report
4. Chairperson’s address
6. Election of club officers
7. Election of Junior B, Junior D and U21 Managers
In my report I will cover the main on field and off field activities that took place during the year.
I would like to apologies in advance if I miss or leave someone out from my report that has contributed to the club in any way during the year.
Senior Ladies Manager: We are delighted to announce that Phonsie Gilsenan has taken over as the manager of the senior ladies side for 2015. Phonsie is an experienced coach who will bring a wealth of knowledge to the role.
The team is in very safe hands with Phonsie who has previously served as manager with a number of teams in the club including the U-21 and Minor mens sides which he led to Championship success. He has also served as Junior B manager in recnt years, stepping down at the end of the 2013 season during which they reached the semi-final of the championship.
Senior Manager: We are delighted to announce that David Hosie is our new Senior Football manager.
David has assembled an impressive management team of Mal Hickey, Shane Clarke and Wayne Smith. They will also be assisted by Martin McGuirk.
Last year David was the Junior B manager and guided them to the final where they lost narrowly to Wolfe Tones. He has also been involved with the U-21 side in recent years, managing them this year when they defeated Walterstown in Round 1 before losing out to Navan O'Mahonys in the quarter final.
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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