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All-Ireland Under-14 Ladies' Football Championship

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All-Ireland Under-14 Ladies' Football Championship

All-Ireland Under-14 Ladies' Football Championship
Founded 1990
Title holders Kerry (6th title)
First winner Wexford
Most titles Cork (9 titles)

The All-Ireland Under-14 Ladies' Football Championship is a "knockout" competition in the game of Ladies' Gaelic football played by women in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Ladies' Gaelic Football Association (Irish: Cumann Peil Gael na mBan) and are played during the summer months. All players have to be under 14 years of age.

Top winners

Team Wins Years won
1 Cork 9 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013
2 Kerry 6 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2008, 2014
3 Dublin 3 2004, 2005, 2007
4 Monaghan 2 1995, 1997
5 Wexford 1 1990
Mayo 1 1994
Meath 1 1996
Waterford 1 1998
Galway 1 2010

Roll of honour

Year Winner Opponent
2014 Kerry 6-08 Mayo 4-09
2013[1] Cork 3-15 Kildare 1-06
2012[2] Cork 2-09 Mayo 0-02
2011 Cork Dublin
2010 Galway Dublin
2009 Cork Galway
2008 Kerry Galway
2007 Dublin Galway
2006 Cork Dublin
2005 Dublin Donegal
2004 Dublin Mayo
2003 Cork Mayo
2002 Cork Galway
2001 Cork Monaghan
2000 Cork Mayo
1999 Kerry Meath
1998 Waterford Meath
1997 Monaghan Kerry
1996 Meath Monaghan
1995 Monaghan Waterford
1994 Mayo Kerry
1993 Kerry Roscommon
1992 Kerry Meath
1991 Kerry Clare
1990 Wexford Mayo

References

  1. ^ "No luck for Kildare U14 girls".  
  2. ^ "Cork in cruise control".  

Outside Sources

  • Ladies Gaelic Roll of Honour
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