Football + Ladies Football + Juvenile

Minors Ahead From Pillar to Post

Meath LGFA Minor Championship Division 1/2

Seneschalstown 3-17 St. Patrick’s 0-06

Seneschalstown lead from start to finish as they earned themselves a comfortable victory over St. Patrick’s on Friday night in the opening round of Meath LGFA Minor Championship. Manager Anthony Monaghan will be impressed by this display from the team as they picked off scores regularly, before three goals in the final quarter put a gloss on the scoreline in a game played in damp conditions.

Sheridan Stars as C's Seal Championship Success

Meath Premier Football Champions Division 4 Final

Seneschalstown 1-13 Blackhall Gaels 0-09

Seneschalstown claimed their first title in the rejigged Premier Football Championships by claiming the Division 4 title at the expense of a previously unbeaten Blackhall Gaels in Páirc Táilteann at lunchtime on Sunday. By claiming victory, the club’s third adult men’s team have won their third ever piece of championship silverware following on from success in the former Junior ‘D’ Championship in 2003 and 2015.

Ladies into Final as Oldcastle Downed in Dunganny

Kepak Meath Senior Championship Semi-Final

Seneschalstown 3-18 Oldcastle 3-13

The storied history of Seneschalstown and the Meath LGFA Senior Championship continued on Sunday evening in Dunganny as the Ladies team booked their place in yet another decider after a terrific comeback victory over Division 1 League Champions Oldcastle. Trailing by five points at half time, the team used the elements to their advantage in the second half to post 2-13 of their final tally, and win out by five points as the skies darkened over the Meath Centre of Excellence.

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