September 2020

Superb 15's Soar to Summit with Scintillating Show

Under 15 Paddy O’Brien Cup Division 1 Final
Seneschalstown 2-9 St. Colmcilles 0-8

By the time Keith Sheerin blew his full-time whistle, many keen onlookers could have little argument about which side was about to step into the winners enclosure following Tuesday night’s U15 Paddy O’Brien Cup Division 1 final. Character, resilience, skill and ultimately hard work underpinned the latest display from Seneschalstown’s U15 squad, keeping their best performance for when it really mattered most.

Late Goals Take Title Out of Reach

LMFM Minor Football Championship Division 2 Shield Final
Seneschalstown 1-8 Walterstown 3-8

Solid Defence Lay Foundations for Commanding Victory

U15 Paddy O’Brien Cup Division 1 Semi-Final
Seneschalstown 1-10 Ratoath 1-3

By the time referee Derek Ryan had blown his full-time whistle in Tuesday evenings Paddy O’Brien Cup semi-final, many supporters in attendance could not have been anything but impressed with the display of Seneschalstown’s Under 15 side in seeing off Ratoath in the clash played in Fr. Tully Park. While the score at the end may look low on paper, the attitude of the players was top notch, and on another night the scoreboard would definitely have reflected their overall dominance on proceedings.

Battling Display Runs Out Of Gas

Meath Under 15 Premier Championship Semi-Final

Seneschalstown 2-10 Donaghmore/Ashbourne 6-8

On a fine morning for football, Seneschalstown and Donaghmore/Ashbourne clashed for a place in the final of the Under 15 Premier Football Championship. Played in bright sunshine, there was also a stiff breeze for the players to contend with.

Resilient Rear-Guard Effort Reaps Major Rewards

LMFM Minor Football Championship Division 2 Shield Semi-Final
Seneschalstown 2-10 Simonstown Gaels 2-09

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