Football + Ladies Football + Juvenile

Late Commons salvo secures the points

U-16 Division 2 League Round 6

Seneschalstown 3-15 Simonstown Gaels 4-11

In a game which looked to be done and dusted at half time, Seneschalstown were left very relieved to hear Joe Synnott’s final whistle almost two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the hour as they clung desperately onto the slenderest of leads. Indeed, they could count themselves somewhat fortunate to have been awarded a free out with the last play of the game as Simonstown Gaels appeared to be harshly penalised for a square ball infringement from a forty-five.

Maguire's brace lays platform for victory

U-16 Football Spring League Division 2 Round 3

St. Oliver’s 2-11 Seneschalstown 4-09

Seneschalstown’s U-16's had their 2nd outing in this year’s Spring League with another tough away game but this time to St Oliver's in Moylagh. The team had a number of players returning having missed the opening game with the likes of Conor Dunne and Tom Smith adding strength to the panel which was crucial for this tough encounter. There was still a number missing through injury such as Ben Coffey, Seanie Dalton and Oisín McEvoy, but a strong team fielded.

League success for super seventeens

Meath U-17 Division 1 Football League Final

Seneschalstown 2-10 St. Colmcilles 0-06

History was made last Thursday in Trim when having suffered the disappointment of defeat in the 2017 decider, the class of 2018 made amends when laying claim to the silverware as they defeated St. Colmcilles by 10 points in the U-17 Division 1 Football League Final.

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