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Connacht Senior Football Championship

Connacht Senior Football Championship
Current season or competition:
2015 Connacht Senior Football Championship
Irish Craobh Sinsir Peile Connachta
Code Gaelic football
Founded 1900
Trophy J. J. Nestor Cup
No. of teams 7
Title holders Mayo (46th title)
First winner Galway (44 titles)
Most titles Mayo (46 titles)
Sponsors Bank of Ireland

The Bank of Ireland Connacht Senior Football Championship is an annual Gaelic football competition for the senior county teams of Connacht GAA. All of the counties of Connacht participate in the championship, as well as counties London and New York.

The Connacht Senior Football Championship is run on a knock-out basis in which once a team loses they are eliminated from the competition. A series of games are played during the summer months and the final is played in July. The winner progresses directly to the All-Ireland Series, while losing teams - since 2001 - progress to the All-Ireland Qualifiers, though before that time their season was over.

Mayo are the Connacht Championship's record holders, having won the competition on 46 occasions. Galway are Connacht's most successful side with 9 All Ireland titles.

London have competed in the Connacht Senior Football Championship since 1975. In this time they have managed three victories: one in 1977 and two in 2013, against Sligo and Leitrim.[1][2][3]

Contents

  • Teams 1
  • 2014 Championship 2
  • 2013 Championship 3
  • 2012 Championship 4
  • 2011 Championship 5
  • 2010 Championship 6
  • 2009 Championship 7
  • 2008 Championship 8
  • 2007 Championship 9
  • Top winners 10
  • Roll of honour 11
  • See also 12
  • References 13

Teams

The Connacht championship is contested by the five counties in the Irish province of Connacht and the two foreign based teams of London and New York.

Team Colours Sponsor Manager Captain Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial
Galway Maroon and white Supermac's Kevin Walsh Paul Conroy
2001
2008
Leitrim Green and gold The Bush Hotel Shane Ward TBD
1994
London Green and white Bewley's Hotels Paul Coggins TBD
Mayo Green and red Elverys Sports Noel Connelly
Pat Holmes
Keith Higgins
1951
2014
New York Red, white and blue Navillus Contracting Ian Galvin TBD
Roscommon Primrose and blue Club Rossie John Evans Niall Carty
1944
2010
Sligo Black and white Radisson Blu, Sligo Niall Carew TBD
2007

2014 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 0-8  
 Mayo 4-18  
   Mayo 0-13  
     Roscommon 1-9  
 Leitrim 0-13
   Roscommon 1-18  
     Mayo 3-14
   Galway 0-16
   Galway 3-17  
 London 0-7  
 Sligo 0-11
     Galway 0-16  
    

2013 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 0-7  
 Leitrim 4-19  
   Leitrim 1-13  
     London 2-11  
 London 1-12
   Sligo 0-14  
     Mayo 5-11
   London 0-10
   Galway 0-11  
 Mayo 4-16  
 Roscommon 0-09
     Mayo 0-21  
    

2012 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 0-6  
 Sligo 3-21  
   Sligo 2-14  
     Galway 0-15  
 Galway 3-15
   Roscommon 0-10  
     Sligo 0-10
   Mayo 0-12
   London 1-08  
 Leitrim 0-12  
 Leitrim 0-10
     Mayo 4-20  
    

2011 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 1-11  
 Roscommon 3-21  
   Roscommon 2-12  
     Leitrim 0-06  
 Sligo 0-10
   Leitrim 1-10  
     Roscommon 0-11
   Mayo 0-13
   London 2-10  
 Mayo 0-19 AET  
 Mayo 1-12
     Galway 1-06  
    

2010 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 0-12  
 Galway 2-13  
   Galway 0-16  
     Sligo 1-14  
 Sligo 0-15
   Mayo 1-8  
     Sligo 0-13
   Roscommon 0-14
   London 0-06  
 Roscommon 0-14  
 Roscommon 1-13
     Leitrim 0-11  
    

2009 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 0-10  
 Mayo 2-19  
   Mayo 3-18  
     Roscommon 0-07  
 Leitrim 2-09
   Roscommon 2-13  
     Galway 1-14
   Mayo 2-12
   London 1-07  
 Galway 1-18  
 Sligo 0-12
     Galway 1-13  
    

2008 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   New York 0-6  
 Leitrim 0-17  
   Leitrim 1-13  
     Galway 2-14  
 Galway 2-16
   Roscommon 0-6  
     Galway 2-12
   Mayo 1-14
   London 0-7  
 Sligo 2-17  
 Sligo 0-7
     Mayo 3-11  
    

2007 Championship

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
   Galway 2-10  
 Mayo 0-9  
   Galway 0-17  
     Leitrim 1-10  
 Leitrim 1-12
   London 2-5  
     Galway 0-12
   Sligo 1-10
   Sligo 2-18  
 New York 1-3  
 Sligo 0-13
     Roscommon 2-05  
    

Top winners

Team Wins Years won
1 Mayo 46 1901, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1924, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1967, 1969, 1981, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
2 Galway 44 1900, 1902, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1919, 1922, 1925, 1926, 1933, 1934, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008
3 Roscommon 23 1892, 1903, 1905, 1912, 1914, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1947, 1952, 1953, 1961, 1962, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1990, 1991, 2001, 2010
4 Sligo 3 1928, 1975, 2007
5 Leitrim 2 1927, 1994

Roll of honour

Year Winner Opponent
2015[4] Mayo 6-25 Sligo 2-11
2014[5] Mayo 3-14 Galway 0-16
2013[6] Mayo 5-11 London 0-10
2012[7] Mayo 0-12 Sligo 0-10
2011 Mayo 0-13 Roscommon 0-11
2010 Roscommon 0-14 Sligo 0-13
2009 Mayo 2-12 Galway 1-14
2008 Galway 2-12 Mayo 1-14
2007 Sligo 1-10 Galway 0-12
2006 Mayo 0-12 Galway 1-8
2005 Galway 0-10 Mayo 0-8
2004 Mayo 2-13 Roscommon 0-9
2003 Galway 1-14 Mayo 0-13
2002 Galway 1-11 Sligo 0-11
2001 Roscommon 2-10 Mayo 1-12
2000 Galway 1-13 Leitrim 0-8
1999 Mayo 1-14 Galway 1-10
1998 Galway 0-11 1-17 Roscommon 0-11 0-17
1997 Mayo 0-11 Sligo 1-7
1996 Mayo 3-09 Galway 1-11
1995 Galway 0-17 Mayo 1-7
1994 Leitrim 0-12 Mayo 2-4
1993 Mayo 1-5 Roscommon 0-7
1992 Mayo 1-14 Roscommon 0-10
1991 Roscommon 0-14 0-13 Mayo 0-14 1-9
1990 Roscommon 0-16 Galway 1-11
1989 Mayo 0-12 3-14 Roscommon 1-9 2-13
1988 Mayo 1-12 Roscommon 0-8
1987 Galway 0-8 Mayo 0-7
1986 Galway 1-8 Roscommon 1-5
1985 Mayo 2-11 Roscommon 0-8
1984 Galway 2-13 Mayo 2-9
1983 Galway 1-13 Mayo 1-10
1982 Galway 3-17 Mayo 0-10
1981 Mayo 0-12 Sligo 0-4
1980 Roscommon 3-13 Mayo 0-08
1979 Roscommon 3-15 Mayo 2-10
1978 Roscommon 2-07 Galway 0-09
1977 Roscommon 1-12 Galway 2-08
1976 Galway 1-08 1-14 Roscommon 1-08 0-09
1975 Sligo 2-10 2-10 Mayo 1-13 0-15
1974 Galway 2-14 Roscommon 0-08
1973 Galway 1-17 Mayo 2-12
1972 Roscommon 5-08 Mayo 3-10
1971 Galway 2-15 1-17 Sligo 2-15 3-10
1970 Galway 2-15 (21) Roscommon 1-08 (11)
1969 Mayo 0-11 1-11 (14) Galway 1-08 1-08 (11)
1968 Galway 2-10 Mayo 2-09
1967 Mayo 4-15 Leitrim 0-07
1966 Galway 0-12 Mayo 1-08
1965 Galway 1-12 Sligo 2-6
1964 Galway 2-12 Mayo 1-5
1963 Galway 4-11 Leitrim 1-8
1962 Roscommon 3-7 Galway 2-9
1961 Roscommon 1-11 Galway 2-7
1960 Galway 2-5 Leitrim 0-5
1959 Galway 5-8 Leitrim 0-12
1958 Galway 2-10 Leitrim 1-11
1957 Galway 4-8 Leitrim 0-4
1956 Galway 3-12 Sligo 1-5
1955 Mayo 3-11 Roscommon 1-03
1954 Galway 2-10 Sligo 3-04
1953 Roscommon 1-06 Mayo 0-06
1952 Roscommon 3-05 Mayo 0-06
1951 Mayo 4-13 Galway 2-03
1950 Mayo 1-07 Roscommon 0-04
1949 Mayo 4-06 Leitrim 0-03
1948 Mayo 2-04 2-10 Galway 1-07 2-07
1947 Roscommon 2-12 Sligo 1-08
1946 Roscommon 1-04 1-09* Mayo 0-06 1-02
1945 Galway 2-06 Mayo 1-07
1944 Roscommon 2-11 Mayo 1-06
1943 Roscommon 2-06 Galway 0-08
1942 Galway 2-06 Roscommon 3-02
1941 Galway 0-08 Roscommon 1-04
1940 Galway 1-07 Mayo 0-05
1939 Mayo 2-06 * Galway 0-03
1938 Galway 0-08 Mayo 0-05
1937 Mayo 3-05 Galway 0-08
1936 Mayo 2-04 2-07 Galway 1-07 1-04
1935 Mayo 0-12 Galway 0-05
1934 Galway 2-04 Mayo 0-05
1933 Galway 1-07 Mayo 1-05
1932 Mayo 2-06 Sligo 0-07
1931 Mayo 2-10 Roscommon 3-02
1930 Mayo 1-07 Sligo 1-02
1929 Mayo 1-06 Galway 0-04
1928 Sligo 1-04 Mayo 0-06
1927 Leitrim 2-04 Galway 0-03
1926 Galway 3-02 Mayo 1-02
1925 Galway 1-05 Mayo 1-03
1924 Mayo 0-01 2-06 Galway 0-01 0-05
1923 Mayo 0-03 Galway 0-02
1922 Galway 1-07 2-04 * Sligo 3-02 2-02
1921 Mayo 1-04 Roscommon 0-01
1920 Mayo 2-03 Sligo 1-04
1919 Galway 1-06 Roscommon 0-05
1918 Mayo 0-04 Galway 0-01
1917 Galway 1-04 Mayo 1-01
1916 Mayo 1-05 Roscommon 0-03
1915 Mayo 3-01 Roscommon 1-03
1914 Roscommon 1-02 Leitrim 0-01
1913 Galway 1-02 Mayo 0-03
1912 Roscommon 0-02 Galway 0-00
1911 Galway 1-03 Roscommon 1-02
1910 Mayo 1-04 Galway 0-05
1909 Mayo 1-04 Galway 0-03
1908 Mayo 2-05 Galway 0-04
1907 Mayo 3-09 Galway 0-01
1906 Mayo 2-13 Roscommon 0-05
1905 Roscommon 0-07 Mayo 0-05
1904 Mayo
1903 Roscommon 1-02 Mayo 0-04
1902 Galway
1901 Mayo 2-04 Galway 0-03
1900 Galway

Notes:

  • 1888-1891 No Connacht representative in All-Ireland series
  • 1892 Roscommon represented the province
  • 1893-1899 No Connacht representative in All-Ireland series
  • 1900 Galway unopposed
  • 1902 Galway unopposed
  • 1946 Objection and counter-objection. Replay ordered
  • 1939 Game unfinished - awarded to Mayo
  • 1922 Objection - refixed

See also

References

  1. ^ "London shock Sligo to secure first Connacht SFC victory since 1977". The Score. 26 May 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "London dump Sligo out of Connacht". RTÉ Sport. 26 May 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2013. 
  3. ^ "London end 36-year wait for Connacht championship glory". The Irish Times. 26 May 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2013. 
  4. ^ "Connacht SFC final: Mayo maul Sligo to complete five-in-a-row".  
  5. ^ "Three goal Mayo make it four-in-a-row".  
  6. ^ "Connacht SFC final: O'Connor dashes London's dreams".  
  7. ^ "Mayo find just enough in absence of Mortimer".  
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