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Meath A League Division 1 Round 13
Skryne 0-15 Seneschalstown 2-13
Meath A League Division 1 Round 12
Seneschalstown 3-17 Na Fianna 0-18
Meath Junior D Football Championship Group A Round 5
Seneschalstown 2-22 Ballinabrackey 2-03
Entering this Round 5 game both Seneschalstown and Ballinabrackey were undefeated with both sides on a maximum six points. Thanks to their vastly superior score difference a draw would have been enough for the side from the west of the county but on an evening when their greater discipline proved to be key it was Seneschalstown who emerged as comfortable victors to top the group.
Seneschalstown 1-8 St Ultans 1-17
As one of the favourites for the 2015 Coca Cola Meath Ladies Senior Football championship, St Ultans showed they mean business with a convincing win over Seneschalstown in Bective.
After the first 10 minutes of superb action, no-one would have predicted there would be as much between the teams at the end.
Meath Ladies Coca Cola Senior Football Championship Round 4
Seneschalstown 2-13 O'Mahonys 0-6
On a perfect evening for football, Seneschalstown got the better of a gallant O'Mahonys outfit in Round 4 of the Coca Cola Meath Ladies Senior Football championship played in Brews Hill.
Meath Senior Ladies Coca Cola Championship Round 3
Seneschalstown 1-13 Na Fianna 3-05
After a dark and wet evening in Sean Newman Park, Bohermeen more befit of a November evening rather than the midst Summer of July the Seneschalstown Ladies survived a late revival from Na Fianna to claim their second victory in Round 3 of the Meath Senior Coca Cola Championship 2015.
U-14 Summer League Roinn B Round 5
Rathkenny 7–10 Seneschalstown 6-12
When Seneschalstown travelled to Rathkenny last Thursday for the latest round of their Summer League they did so in the full knowledge that they would be in for a stern examination of their ability as on the two previous occasions the sides had met each side had recorded a win apiece and there was little between them on each occasion.
Minor Football Summer League Division B2 Round 3
St. Patrick’s 2-08 Seneschalstown 3-15
Having started out their Summer League with an impressive win over Summerhill before slipping to a disappointing defeat at the hands of Blackwater Gaels in Drumbaragh Seneschalstown’s Minors bounced back to winning ways on Friday evening when overcoming the challenge of St. Patrick’s in Stamullen when winning by ten points. This victory was built upon a solid foundation which was laid over the course of the opening half at the end of which they led by 2-10 to 0-02.
Minor Summer Football League Division B Group 2 Round 2
Blackwater Gaels 3-18 Seneschalstown 3-6
Seneschalstown Minors were brought crashing back down to earth when suffering a big defeat to amalgamation side Blackwater Gaels in Drumbaragh on Friday night. Having defeated Summerhill in the opening round, Seneschalstown were looking to build upon that victory, but as things transpired, it was clear from early on that the hosts were fired up for the game. Despite being an amalgamated side, the hosts only could field eleven players, so Seneschalstown had to do likewise.
Certain names become synonymous with clubs and in our case one of those names would be that of Fr. Seamus Mulvany. Fr. Mulvany arrived to the parish on Saturday September 13th 1969 and on the following day saw our Senior side in action as they had a runaway victory over Oldcastle in the Feis Cup at Kildalkey. .
Whatever he witnessed on that Sunday he resolved to get involved with the club and he soon guided a Juvenile side to win the East Meath Juvenile League when they caused a surprise by beating a very fancied Duleek outfit in the final.
Strictly Come Dancing
Last Friday we held our third Strictly Come Dancing event in the Knightsbrook Hotel. Following months of organisation the event was a huge success with all fifteen couples wowing the judges. However there could only be one winner on the night and Eoin Battersby and Joyce McDonagh were the couple which came out on top after a scintillating display of dancing.
Our thanks to the organising committee who put on a brilliant night and to all who helped out in the venue.
Strictly Come Dancing
The big night is almost upon us as there are only two more days until our third Strictly Come Dancing event. The dancers are raring to go and have been practising all around the clock to have their dances perfected. A marvellous night is guaranteed with while we will also be unveiling our development plans.
Judges on Friday night in the Knightsbrook Hotel are comedian Al Porter (Al is the resident comedian on the drive time show on 2FM), PR guru Valerie Roe, Spotlights Musical Theatre Producer and Choreographer Mr Stuart O’Connor and our very own Rita Collins.
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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