Seneschalstown kept up their winning ways with a 2-12 to 1-5 home victory over Shelmaliers from Wexford in the Ladies Leinst Senior club semi-final on Sunday.
Played in front of a large home crowd and in excellent conditions, Seneschalstown got off to a lively start scoring 2-4 in the first 10 mins.
The opening point came from Louise Coyle followed by a well-taken Amy Gilsenan goal.
The home team kept the pressure on with Shauna Fitzgerald blasting the ball to the net to score the second goal.
Shelamaliers started to settle and scored two points and a goal from a penalty rebound.
The home team continued to dominate the second-half and controlled the game.
Orla Sheridan excelled in defence with Grainne Nulty and Fiona Mahon commanding midfield and Amy Gilsenan winning the ball in attack.
Seneschalstown - Lisa Mullen, Keeva Commons, Mena Sheridan, Aodhnait McAdam, Seanaidh Hickey, Lizzie Doran, Orla Sheridan, Grainne Nulty, Stephanie Byrne (0-3), Adelle Carolan, Louise Coyle (0-1), Stacey Grimes (0-1), Shauna Fitzgerald (1-0), Amy Gilsenan (1-0), Fiona Mahon (0-6). Subs - Edel McGrane for Adelle Carolan, Natasha Mullen for Keeva Commons, Ruth Commons for Seanaidh Hickey, Aisling Taafe for Shauna Fitzgerald, Aoife Sheridan (0-1) for Amy Gilsenan.
Seneschalstown now face Sarsfields, Mountmellick of Laois in the Leinster final this Sunday in Clane at 2pm.
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