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Men

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Groome points the way to victory

A League Division 1 Round 5

Seneschalstown 2-15 Summerhill 1-09

It may have taken until Round 5 of the League but Seneschalstown finally played their first home game in the Division 1 League on Tuesday evening and following their most complete performance of the season to date they emerged victorious on what was a very cold evening in Fr. Tully Park where there was a strong breeze blowing straight down the pitch towards the railway end goals.

Syddan prove too strong

Ideal Bathrooms Meath Junior C Football Championship Round 1

Syddan 1-13 Seneschalstown 2-03

Seneschalstown got life in the Junior C Championship off to a disappointing start on Sunday when losing out to Syddan by seven points.

On a day when numbers were very tight and key players were absent they struggled throughout against a more fluent Syddan outfit.

Nothing lost in defeat on historic day for the club

Meath Junior D Football Championship Round 1

Kilmainham 4-07 Seneschalstown 2-10

Sunday April 17th marked a historic first for Seneschalstown as they fielded a fourth team in the adult championship for the first time. A number of absentees from the preceding Junior C game saw numbers tight for the D’s but to the credit of the club they still managed to eventually field 16 for the match after manager Tony McDonnell had spent an anxious time pre match staring at the gate looking for late arrivals and also running up a hefty phone bill wondering where fellas were.

Second half fadeout costs victory

Meath Ladies U-16 Division 2 Championship

Seneschalstown 3-8 Skryne 2-13

Seneschalstown went under Skryne in this vital Div. 2 game played in good conditions in Fr Tully Park. A win for either side would progress the winners into the semi-finals but alas it wasn't to be for the Furze Girls on this occasion.

Battle lost but brighter days ahead

2015 U-18 Girls Minor Semi-Final

Simonstown 4-07 Seneschalstown 3-03

On Monday evening the 25th April the Seneschalstown U-18 girls took to the field of play in Dunganny to endeavour to reach the 2015 Division 1 Championship final. Standing in their way was their near neighbours Simonstown whom they had meet previously at this stage in 2014.

Great team performance from U-10 girls

Seneschalstown 5-04 Dunboyne 2-06

After a heavy defeat to Clan na Gael last week the U-10 girls had a point to prove in Kentstown on Monday evening when they took on Dunboyne. With a cold and strong wind blowing against them in the first half the home side fought hard to keep the scores out with great work from Aine McLarney and Eve Nolan in the backs. With Dunboyne scoring 2-6 in the first half it was always going to be tough. However, with Lucy Lynch and Megan Connelly scoring a goal each and also Darcy Kilfeather popping over a point we were still in touch at half time.

Late scoring surge secures spoils

LMFM Meath Minor League Division 3 Round 4

Seneschalstown 2-16 Moynalty/Carnaross 1-14

'Bellew Bomber' blows the gaels away

LMFM Minor League Division 3 Round 7

Jenkinstown Gaels 4-11 Seneschalstown 5-16

Twenty-six days after their last match in the LMFM Minor League Seneschalstown were back in action on Friday evening when they took on the amalgamation of Moynalvey and Blackhall Gaels in Moynalvey. On a perfect evening for football both teams served up a highly entertaining match, sharing thirty-six scores between them with Seneschalstown managing to eke out a well-deserved victory which sees them move onto eight points on the table.

Dunshaughlin's goals prove crucial

Meath U-16 Division 1 League Round 4

Seneschalstown 2-09 Dunshaughlin 4-08

The last remaining 100% record in Division 1 of the U-16 League came a cropper on Tuesday evening when Seneschalstown lost out to Dunshaughlin by five points in Fr. Tully Park. Over the hour there can be little doubt that the side in black and amber were full value for their victory as they played some excellent football and indeed could have been out of sight by half time had they made better use of their chances.

April 28th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Sportsarama
Our annual Sportsarama is back!!
A little bit later than usual due to the very early Easter we are this year hosting it on Tuesday May 3rd in Fr. Tully Park from 10:00-14:30.
This is always a highlight of the year’s activities in the club with a great day’s fun guaranteed.
We advise everybody to book early to avoid disappointment and to book your child's place contact their team coach or Gerry McDonnell ((086) 823 9770) or Norah Maguire ((086) 821 6416). If though you forget to book, then children can be registered on the morning.

Senior

April 21st 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Sportsarama
Our annual Sportsarama is back!!
A little bit later than usual due to the very early Easter we are this year hosting it on Tuesday May 3rd in Fr. Tully Park.
This is always a highlight of the year’s activities in the club with a great day’s fun guaranteed.
We advise everybody to book early to avoid disappointment and to book your child's place contact their team coach or Gerry McDonnell ((086) 823 9770) or Norah Maguire ((086) 821 6416).

Senior
Next week promises to be a very busy one for our Senior footballers with two League games taking place.

April 14th 2016 Seneschalstown GFC Notes

Senior
Last Friday saw the Seniors get their Hoganstand.com Meath SFC campaign up and running with a narrow victory over Rathkenny in Skryne. Following a hard-fought encounter, they won out in the end by 2-09 to 0-12.

Seneschalstown: David Lyons, John Smith, Cormac Noonan, Sean McCabe, Teean Cummins, James Byrne, David Matthews, Damien Sheridan, Joe Sheridan, Niall Hickey, Brian Sheridan (1-00, 1-00 penalty), Adam Carey, Jonathan Gilsenan (0-03), James Meade, Bryan Clarke (1-06, 0-02 Frees).

Seneschalstown Substitutions: Conor Cowley for D. Matthews and Paul Carey for J. Meade.

Seneschalstown GFC

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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