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Leinster Senior Football Championship

Leinster Senior Football Championship
Current season or competition:
2015 Leinster Senior Football Championship
Irish Craobh Sinsir Peile Laighean
Code Gaelic football
Founded 1888
Trophy Delaney Cup
No. of teams 11 (2014)
Title holders Dublin (54th title)
First winner Kilkenny (3 titles)
Most titles Dublin (54 titles)
Sponsors Toyota
Ulster Bank
Vodafone

The Leinster Senior Football Championship (sponsored by Leinster Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association and are played during the summer months. The competition involves the counties of Leinster playing against each other. The Leinster Football Final is played in July in Croke Park, Dublin. The winning county is presented with the Delaney Cup and advance to the quarter finals of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Dublin are the most successful county, having won the championship on 54 separate occasions, more than twice as many as their nearest rivals Meath, although Wexford won 6 consecutive championships between 1913 and 1918, a feat equalled by Kildare between 1926 and 1931.[1] It was unequalled by any other team, until Dublin won their own 6-in-a-row between 1974 and 1979.

The Leinster Football Championship is run on a knock-out basis, whereby a team is eliminated from the competition once they lose. All of the counties of Leinster except Kilkenny participate in the championship. The draw is seeded, with the previous year's semi-finalists getting byes to the quarter-finals. Six of the remaining seven teams are drawn for three preliminary round matches, while the seventh team also gets a bye to the quarter-finals.

Contents

  • Teams 1
  • Recent Championships 2
    • 2014 2.1
    • 2013 2.2
    • 2012 Championship 2.3
    • 2011 Championship 2.4
    • 2010 Championship 2.5
    • 2010 Leinster Football Final 2.6
  • Roll of honour 3
  • Finals 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • Sources 7

Teams

The Leinster championship is contested by eleven of the counties in the Irish province of Leinster. Kilkenny is the only county to not compete.

Team Colours Sponsor Manager Captain Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial
Carlow Red, green and gold Dan Morrissey Irl. Ltd. Anthony Rainbow Brendan Kavanagh
1944
Dublin Sky blue and navy American International Group Jim Gavin Stephen Cluxton
2015
2015
Kildare White Brady Family Ham Jason Ryan Eamonn Callaghan
1928
2000
Laois Blue and white MW Hire Services Tomás Ó Flatharta Ross Munnelly
2003
Longford Royal blue and gold Glennon Brothers Jack Sheedy Dermot Brady
1968
Louth Red and white Morgan Fuels Aidan O'Rourke Paddy Keenan
1957
1957
Meath Green and gold Tayto Park Mick O'Dowd Kevin Reilly
1999
2010
Offaly White, green and gold Carroll Cuisine Pat Flanagan Paul McConway
1982
1997
Westmeath Maroon and white Renault Paul Bealin Paul Sharry
2004
Wexford Purple and gold Gain Feeds Aidan O’Brien Graeme Molloy
1918
1945
Wicklow Blue and gold Brennan Hotels Harry Murphy Leighton Glynn

Recent Championships

2014

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Leinster final
 Wicklow 1-11  
 Laois 0-21      Laois 0-16  
          Dublin 2-21  
            Dublin 2-25  
 Longford 0-19        Wexford 1-12  
 Offaly 0-15      Longford 1-13  
          Wexford 1-15  
            Dublin 3-20
 Westmeath 1-09        Meath 1-10
 Louth 1-14      Louth 1-07  
          Kildare 1-22  
            Kildare 0-17  
            Meath 2-16  
          Carlow 0-06       
          Meath 7-13       
      

2013

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 Laois 1-06  
 Louth 1-16      Wexford 2-13  
          Louth 1-15  
            Wexford 0-13  
 Wicklow 1-15        Meath 0-18  
 Longford 0-16      Meath 1-17  
          Wicklow 1-12  
            Meath 0-14
 Westmeath 3-15        Dublin 2-15
 Carlow 1-10      Dublin 1-22  
          Westmeath 0-09  
            Dublin 4-16  
            Kildare 1-09  
          Offaly 1-12       
          Kildare 0-19       
      

2012 Championship

Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 Westmeath 0-14  
 Louth 2-9      Louth 0-12  
          Dublin 2-22  
            Dublin 2-11  
 Longford 1-10        Wexford 1-10  
 Laois 0-12      Longford 0-15  
          Wexford 1-13  
            Dublin 2-13
 Meath 0-16        Meath 1-13
 Wicklow 0-11      Meath 2-21  
          Carlow 1-9  
            Meath 1-17  
            Kildare 1-11  
          Offaly 0-6       
          Kildare 0-19       
      

2011 Championship

Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 Kildare 0-12  
 Wicklow 0-5      Kildare 0-16  
          Meath 0-10  
            Kildare 1-11  
 Laois 0-10        Dublin 1-12  
 Longford 0-9      Laois 0-11  
          Dublin 1-16  
            Wexford 1-12
 Wexford 2-16        Dublin 2-12
 Offaly 0-8      Wexford 1-24  
          Westmeath 0-15  
            Wexford 4-12  
            Carlow 0-10  
          Carlow 0-14       
          Louth 0-13       
      

2010 Championship

Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 Louth 1-11  
 Longford 1-7      Louth 1-22  
          Kildare 1-16  
            Louth 1-15  
 Wicklow 3-13        Westmeath 2-10  
 Carlow 0-12      Wicklow 1-11  
          Westmeath 0-15  
            Louth 1-10
 Meath 1-20        Meath 1-12
 Offaly 2-7      Meath 2-14  
          Laois 0-10  
            Meath 5-9  
            Dublin 0-13  
          Wexford 0-15       
          Dublin 2-16       
      

2010 Leinster Football Final

Meath won the 2010 Leinster Final against neighbours Louth in controversial circumstances.

During the Leinster Final on 11 July 2010, in the 74th minute of the match against Louth, a goal was awarded by the referee after brief consultation with only one of the match umpires (although camera evidence shown on the RTÉ Two coverage of the game proved that the ball was carried over the line by a Meath player). Crowd violence, controversy and recriminations ensued. However, Meath received the Leinster title and the cup.

Roll of honour

Team Wins Years won
1 Dublin 54 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1941, 1942, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
2 Meath 21 1895, 1939, 1940, 1947, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2010
3 Kildare 13 1903, 1905, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1956, 1998, 2000
4 Offaly 10 1960, 1961, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1997
4 Wexford 10 1890, 1893, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1925, 1945
6 Louth 8 1909, 1910, 1912, 1943, 1948, 1950, 1953, 1957
7 Laois 6 1889, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1946, 2003
8 Kilkenny 3 1888, 1900, 1911
9 Carlow 1 1944
9 Longford 1 1968
9 Westmeath 1 2004
12 Wicklow 0 Finalists 1897

Finals

2014
Dublin 3-20 – 1-10 Meath
B Brogan (1-6, 0-4fs), K McManamon (1-5), E O’Gara (1-1), D Connolly, C O’Sullivan, S Cluxton (45), A Brogan, J McCaffrey, P Flynn, D Rock, C Costello (0-1 each). [2] M Newman (1-2, 1f), S O’Rourke (2fs), S Bray, A Tormey (0-2 each), D Carroll, D Bray (0-1 each)
Croke Park
Referee: P. Hughes (Armagh)

2013
Dublin 2-15 – 0-14 Meath
P Mannion 1-4 (0-2f), P Flynn 1-1, S Cluxton (0-2f, 0-1 ’45′), C Kilkenny 0-3 each, D Rock 0-2 (0-1f), D Connolly, B Brogan (0-1f) 0-1 each. Report M Newman 0-8 (0-35f), S Bray, E Wallace 0-2 each, B Meade, J Sheridan 0-1 each.
Croke Park
Attendance: 54,485
Referee: Eddie Kinsella (Laois)


2012
Dublin 2–13 – 1–13 Meath
B Brogan 1-07 (0-04f), D Bastick 1-00, A Brogan, E O’Gara 0-02 each, K McManamon, J McCarthy 0-01 each Report B Farrell 0-07 (0-06f), J Queeney 1-00, G Reilly 0-03, S Bray, J Sheridan (0-01 ‘45’), D Tobin 0-01 each
Croke Park
Attendance: 69,657
Referee: Martin Duffy (Sligo)

2011
Dublin 2–12 – 1–12 Wexford
J McCarthy 1-0, A Brogan, B Brogan (1f) 0-03 each, S Cluxton (1'45), D Bastick, P Flynn, B Cullen, K McMenamin, R McConnell 0-01 each, G Molloy 1-0 (o.g.) B Brosnan 0-9 (4f, 2 '45), R Barry 1-0, C Lyng 0-2, A Flynn 0-1
Croke Park
Attendance: 43,983
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)

2010
Meath 1–12 – 1–10 Louth
G Reilly 0–4, C Ward 0–4, J Sheridan 1–0, S Bray 0–2, A Moyles, N Crawford 0–1 each. Report B White 0–4, JP Rooney 1–1, C Judge 0–2, P Keenan, A McDonnell, A Reed 0–1 each.
Croke Park
Attendance: 48,875
Referee: Martin Sludden (Tyrone))

2009
Dublin 2–15 – 0–18 Kildare
B Brogan 0–7, B Cahill, J Sherlock 1–1 each, C Keaney 0–3, A Brogan 0–2, C Whelan 0–1. K Donnelly 0–3, M Conway, J Kavanagh, P O'Neill, R Sweeney, A Smith, J Doyle 0–2 each, D Earley, R Kelly, E Callaghan 0–1 each.

2008
Dublin 3–23 – 4-29 Wexford
A Brogan 1–4 (1 '45'), D Connolly 1–3, C Keaney 0–6 (0-4f), T Quinn 0–4 (0-4f), M Vaughan 1–0, J Sherlock 0–3, C Moran, B Cahill, S Ryan 0–1 each. C Lyng 0–20 (0-4f), E Bradley 0–2, M Forde 3-2, R Barry 0–1.
Croke Park
Attendance: 80,112
Referee: G. Ó Conamha (Galway)

2007
Dublin 3–14 – 1–14 Laois
M Vaughan 1–6 (0-5f), A Brogan, B Brogan 1–1 each, C Whelan, C Keaney (0-1f) 0–2 each, T Quinn, G Brennan 0–1 each. M Tierney 0–7 (0-6f, 0–1 `45'), R Munnelly 1–1, C Parkinson 0–3, B McCormack, P O'Leary, B Sheehan 0–1 each.
Croke Park
Attendance: 81,394
Referee: M. Hughes (Tyrone)

2006
Dublin 1–15 – 0–09 Offaly
T Quinn 0–7 (0-3f), J Sherlock 1–1, A Brogan 0–4, C Keaney 0–3 (0-1f). N McNamee 0–4 (0-1f), T Deehan, C McManus (0-2f) 0–2 each, A McNamee 0–1.
Croke Park
Attendance: 81,754
Referee: M. Duffy (Sligo)

2005
Dublin 0–14 – 0–13 Laois
T. Quinn 0-4, B. Cullen 0-3, J. Sherlock 0-2, S. O'Shaughnessy, C. Whelan, C. Moran, A. Brogan, C. Keaney 0-1 each R. Munnelly 0-5, C. Conway 0-4, N. Garvan, D. Brennan 0-2 each
Croke Park
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)

2004
Westmeath 0–13 – 0–13 Laois
D. Glennon 0-5, D. Dolan 0-4, F. Wilson, J. Fallon 0-2 each B. McDonald, C. Conway 0-3 each, R. Munnelly, S. Cooke 0-2 each, M. Lawlor, K. Fitzpatrick, D. Rooney 0-1 each
Croke Park
Referee: P. McEnaney (Monaghan)

2004 Replay
Westmeath 0–12 – 0–10 Laois
A. Mangan 0-4, D. Dolan 0-3, D. Glennon 0-2, M. Ennis, B. Morley, F. Wilson 0-1 each R. Munnelly 0-3, K. Fitzpatrick 0-2, T. Kelly, P. Clancy, B. McDonald, D. Brennan, C. Parkinson 0-1 each
Croke Park
Referee: M. Monahan (Kildare)

2003
Laois 2–13 – 1–13 Kildare
B McDonald 1–2, R Munnelly 1–1, I Fitzgerald 0–4, T Kelly 0–2, G Kavanagh, P Clancy, B Brennan, D Miller 0–1 each. J Doyle 0–5 (0-4f), P Murray 0–4 (0-3f), R Sweeney 1–0 pen, S McKenzie-Smyth 0–2, P Brennan, G Ryan 0–1 each.
Croke Park
Attendance: 81,786
Referee: Seamus McCormack (Meath)

2002
Dublin 2–13 – 2–11 Kildare
Croke Park
Attendance: 78,000
Referee: M. Collins (Cork)

2001
Meath 2–11 – 0–14 Dublin
R. Kealy 1-1, G. Geraghty 1-0, E. Kelly, T. Giles 0-3 each, D. Curtis 0-2, O. Murphy, R. Magee 0-1 each C. Moran 0-4, C. Whelan, D. Farrell, W. McCarthy, 0-3 each, J. Sherlock 0-1
Croke Park
Referee: M. Curley (Galway)

2000
Kildare 0–14 – 0–14 Dublin

2000 Replay
Kildare 2–11 – 0–12 Dublin

1999
Meath 1–14 – 0–12 Dublin

1998
Kildare 1–12 – 0–10 Meath

1997
Offaly 3–17 – 1–15 Meath

1996
Meath 0–10 – 0–8 Dublin

1995
Dublin 1–18 – 1–08 Meath

1994
Dublin 1–09 – 1–08 Meath

1993
Dublin 0–11 – 0–07 Kildare

1992
Dublin 1–13 – 0–10 Kildare

1991
Meath 1–11 – 0–8 Laois

1990
Meath 1–14 – 0–14 Dublin

1989
Dublin 2–12 – 1–10 Meath

1988
Meath 2–5 – 0–9 Dublin

1987
Meath 1–13 – 0–12 Dublin

1986
Meath 0–9 – 0–7 Dublin

1985
Dublin 0–10 – 0–04 Laois

1984
Dublin 2–10 – 1–09 Meath

1983
Dublin 2–13 – 1–11 Offaly

1982
Offaly 1–16 – 1–7 Dublin

1981
Offaly 1–18 – 3–9 Laois

1980
Offaly 1–10 – 1–8 Dublin

1979
Dublin 1–08 – 0–09 Offaly

1978
Dublin 1–17 – 1–06 Kildare

1977
Dublin 1–09 – 0–08 Meath

1976
Dublin 2–08 – 1–09 Meath

1975
Dublin 3–13 – 0–08 Kildare

1974
Dublin 1–14 – 1–09 Meath

1973
Offaly 3–21 – 2–12 Meath

1972
Offaly 1–18 – 2–8 Kildare

1971
Offaly 2–14 – 0–6 Kildare

1970
Meath 2–22 – 5–12 Offaly

1969
Offaly 3–7 – 1–8 Kildare

1968
Longford 3–9 – 1–4 Laois

1967
Meath 0–8 – 0–6 Offaly

1966
Meath 1–9 – 1–8 Kildare

1965
Dublin 3–06 – 0–09 Longford

1964
Meath 2–12 – 1–7 Dublin

1963
Dublin 2–11 – 2–09 Laois

1962
Dublin 2–08 – 1–07 Offaly

1961
Offaly 1–13 – 1–8 Dublin

1960
Offaly 0–10 – 1–6 Louth

1959
Dublin 1–18 – 2–08 Laois

1958
Dublin 1–11 – 1–06 Louth

1957
Louth 2–9 – 1–7 Dublin

1956
Kildare 2–11 – 1–8 Wexford

1955
Dublin 5–12 – 0–07 Meath

1954
Meath 4–7 – 2–10 Offaly

1953
Louth 1–7 – 0–7 Wexford

1952
Meath 1–6 – 0–8 Louth

1951
Meath 4–9 – 0–3 Laois

1950
Louth 1–3 – 1–3 Meath

1950 Replay
Louth 3–5 – 0–13 Meath

1949
Meath 4–5 – 0–6 Westmeath

1948
Louth 2–10 – 2–5 Wexford

1947
Meath 3–7 – 1–7 Laois

1946
Laois 0–11 – 1–06 Kildare

1945
Wexford 1–9 – 1–04 Offaly

1944
Carlow 2–6 – 1–6 Dublin

1943
Louth 3–16 – 2–4 Laois

1942
Dublin 0–08 – 0–06 Carlow

1941
Dublin 4–06 – 1–04 Carlow

1940
Meath 2–7 – 1–7 Laois

1939
Meath 2–7 – 2–3 Wexford

1938
Laois 2–08 – 1–03 Kildare

1937
Laois 0–12 – 0–04 Louth

1936
Laois 3–03 – 0–08 Kildare

1935
Kildare 0–8 – 0–6 Louth

1934
Dublin 1–02 – 0–05 Louth

1934 Replay
Dublin 3–02 – 2–05 Louth

1934 Second Replay
Dublin 2–09 – 1–10 Louth

1933
Dublin 0–09 – 1–04 Wexford

1932
Dublin 0–08 – 1–05 Wexford

1932 Replay
Dublin 4–06 – 1–05 Wexford

1931
Kildare 2–9 – 1–6 Westmeath

1930
Kildare 0–6 – 1–3 Meath

1930 Replay
Kildare 2–6 – 1–2 Meath

1929
Kildare 2–3 – 0–6 Laois

1928
Kildare 0–10 – 1–6 Dublin

1927
Kildare 0–5 – 0–3 Dublin

1926
Kildare 2–8 – 1–5 Wexford

1925
Wexford 2–7 – 0–3 Kildare

1924
Dublin 1–04 – 1–04 Wexford

1924
Dublin 3–05 – 2–03 Wexford

1924
Dublin

1923
Dublin 3–05 – 0–00 Meath

1922
Dublin 1–07 – 0–02 Kilkenny

1921
Dublin 0–6 – 1–3 Kildare

1921
Dublin 3–03 – 1–02 Kildare

1920
Dublin 1–03 – 0–03

1919
Kildare 1–3 – 1–2 Dublin

1918
Wexford 2–5 – 1–4 Louth

1917
Wexford 1–3 – 1–1 Dublin

1916
Wexford 1–7 – 1–0 Kildare

1915
Wexford 2–2 – 2–2 Dublin

1915 Replay
Wexford 2–5 – 1–4 Dublin

1914
Wexford 3–6 – 0–1 Louth

1913
Wexford 2–3 – 2–2 Louth

1912
Louth 1–2 – 1–1 Dublin

1911
Kilkenny 2–4 – 1–1 Meath
Inchicore

1910
Louth 0–3 – 0–0 Dublin

1909
Louth 2–9 – 0–4 Kilkenny

1908
Dublin 1–7 – 0–3 Kildare

1907
Dublin 1–11 – 0–4 Offaly

1906
Dublin 1–9 – 0–8 Kildare

1905
Kildare 0–12 – 1–7 Louth

1904
Dublin 0–5 – 0–1 Kilkenny

1903
Kildare 1–2 – 0–5 Kilkenny

1903 Replay (disputed)
Kildare 1–6 – 1–5 Kilkenny

1903 Second Replay
Kildare 0–9 – 0–1 Kilkenny

1902 (Unfinished)
Dublin 2–4 – 0–2 Wexford

1902
Dublin 1–5 – 0–5 Wexford

1901
Dublin 1–9 – 0–1 Wexford
Kilkenny

1900
Kilkenny 0–12 – 0–2 Louth
Inchicore

1899
Dublin 1–7 – 0–3 Wexford

1898
Dublin 2–6 – 0–0 Wexford

1897
Dublin 1–9 – 0–3 Wicklow

1896
Dublin 2–4 – 1–5 Meath

1895
Meath 0–6 – 0–2 Dublin

1894
Dublin 0–4 – 0–4 Meath

1894 Replay
Dublin 0–2 – 0–2 Meath

1894 Second Replay
Dublin 1–8 – 1–2 Meath

1893 (unfinish, Wexford awarded title)
Wexford 0–1 – 0–5 Kilkenny

1892
Dublin w/o – scr. Louth
Clonturk

1891
Dublin w/o – scr. Kildare
Clonturk

1890
Wexford 1–3 – 1–2 Dublin

1889
Laois 0–3 – 0–2 Louth
Inchicore

1888
Kilkenny 1–4 – 0–2 Wexford
Inchicore

See also

References

  1. ^ Smith, Raymond (1968). "Chapter 4 - Wexford's Four-in-a-row". The Football Immortals.  

Sources

  • Roll of Honour from Leinster GAA website
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