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Seamus Connolly Catering Meath Junior B Football Championship Group C Round 3
Seneschalstown 2-11 Slane 1-13
Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Football Championship Group B Round
Donaghmore/Ashbourne 1-11 Seneschalstown 0-11
Meath B League Division 5 Round 5
Seneschalstown 2-08 Clonard 2-14
While their form thus far in the Championship has been very impressive Seneschalstown have been struggling to replicate this in the League and their struggles continued on Tuesday evening when they fell to a six point defeat at home to Clonard.
U14 Girls Division 2 League Final Venue: Ratoath
Seneschalstown 0-07 St. Colmcilles 3-03
After losing their star full forward Mallaidh Breen to concussion during the week Seneschalstown U14 girls took to the field in Ratoath on Saturday evening against a seriously strong St. Colmcilles in the final of Division 2 league knowing that a huge performance was needed to cause an upset. This strong St. Colmcilles team had easily beaten the furze girls in the early stages of the league.
U-14 Division 2 League Semi-Final
Oldcastle 2-06 Seneschalstown 7-09
Seneschalstown’s U-14 girls are going from strength to strength and qualified for the Division 2 Final after putting in a power packed performance to beat a very strong Oldcastle team who beat the girls only six weeks ago. It was a wet and windy Sunday evening in Oldcastle which isn’t the easiest place to come away with the spoils but it didn’t stop this very gutsy side.
Meath Ladies Division 1 League Round 7
Seneschalstown 2-14 Navan O’Mahonys 1-09
It was a wet and windy evening in Fr. Tully Park on Sunday and while there was many a dog in the parish wouldn’t venture outside the Seneschalstown Senior Ladies took to the field as they looked to secure vital points in the battle to maintain their Division 1 status.
The home side got off to a great start as they registered the first six scores of the game and by half time had extended their lead to 2-08 to 0-03.
This year’s Féile for U-14 footballers all across Ireland takes place on the last weekend of June and thanks to their victory in the Meath Division 2 Féile Seneschalstown’s young footballers are off to Bunclody to take part. This is a massive occasion for all involved and indeed for the wider club as we haven’t had a side qualify for Féile since 1987 when they were hosted by the Tullamore club from May 8-10.
U-16 Spring League Division 2 Round 6
Seneschalstown 2 - 12 Trim 1 - 07
LMFM Minor Football League Division 3 Semi-Final
Seneschalstown 2-09 Na Fianna 4-16
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.
Our Senior team fell to defeat last Thursday in Round 5 of the A League Division 1 when Donaghmore/Ashbourne proved too strong in Fr. Tully Park. On an evening when the forward line struggled to get going they went under by 3-09 to 1-06.
They will look to kick-start their League campaign on Wednesday May 13th when they take on Simonstown Gaels in Round 6 at 19:30 in Simonstown.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, they play St. Patrick’s in the quarter final of the Feis Cup in Slane at 19:30.
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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