1989 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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1989 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Cork (5th win)
Captain Dinny Allen
Manager Billy Morgan
Provincial Champions
Munster Cork
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Tyrone
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
Player of the Year Teddy McCarthy (Cork)
1988
1990

The 1989 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to September, 1989. After two All-Ireland final defeats in a row, Cork finally triumphed in the decider, against opponents Mayo. The score was 0-17 to 1-11.

Results[edit]

Connacht[edit]

4 June 1989
Quarter-Final
Galway 3-12 – 1-7 London

11 June 1989
Quarter-Final
Sligo 1-11 – 1-6 Leitrim

25 June 1989
Semi-Final
Mayo 1-8 – 1-8 Galway
Tuam
Attendance: 10,000

1 July 1989
Semi-Final
Roscommon 4-11 – 1-8 Sligo

8 July 1989
Semi-Final Replay
Mayo 1-12 – 2-11 Galway
Castlebar
Attendance: 17,000

23 July 1989
Final
Mayo 0-12 – 1-9 Roscommon
Castlebar
Attendance: 20,000

30 July 1989
Final Replay
Mayo 3-14 – 2-13
AET
Roscommon

Leinster[edit]

1989
Preliminary-Round
Wicklow 2-14 – 1-7 Carlow
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1989
Quarter-Final
Wicklow 1-15 – 2-9 Longford
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11 June 1989
Quarter-Final
Offaly 1-8 – 1-6 Westmeath
Tullamore
Referee: T Maher

25 June 1989
Semi-Final
Dublin 1-12 – 1-6 Wicklow

2 July 1989
Semi-Final
Meath 3-11 – 0-9 Offaly
Croke Park
Attendance: 16652
Referee: S Kelly

30 July 1989
Final
Dublin 2-12 – 1-10 Meath
Croke Park
Attendance: 57,000

Munster[edit]

14 May 1989
Quarter-Final
Tipperary 1-8 – 1-6 Clare

14 May 1989
Quarter-Final
Limerick 5-9 – 1-9 Waterford

18 June 1989
Semi-Final
Kerry 6-7 – 0-10 Limerick

25 June 1989
Semi-Final
Cork 0-22 – 0-6 Tipperary

23 July 1989
Final
Cork 1-12 – 1-9 Kerry

Ulster[edit]

14 May 1989
Preliminary Round
Monaghan 0-8 – 0-5 Antrim
Casement Park, Belfast
Attendance: 10,000

21 May 1989
Quarter-Final
Donegal 3-11 – 0-14 Cavan
Cavan
Attendance: 12,000

28 May 1989
Quarter-Final
Derry 4-15 – 1-7 Fermanagh
Irvinestown
Attendance: 4,000

4 June 1989
Quarter-Final
Tyrone 1-11 – 2-7 Armagh
Omagh
Attendance: 15,000

11 June 1989
Quarter-Final
Down 1-14 – 0-9 Monaghan

18 June 1989
Semi-Final
Donegal 2-8 – 1-9 Derry

25 June 1989
Semi-Final
Tyrone 1-12 – 1-7 Down
Castleblayney
Attendance: 13,000

17 July 1989
Final
Donegal 0-11 – 0-11 Tyrone
St. Tiernach's Park, Clones
Attendance: 30,000

27 July 1989
Final Replay
Donegal 0-7 – 2-13 Tyrone
St. Tiernach's Park, Clones
Attendance: 25,000

All-Ireland[edit]

13 August 1989
Semi-Final
Mayo 0-12 - 1-6 Tyrone

20 August 1989
Semi-Final
Cork 2-10 - 1-9 Dublin

17 September 1989
Final
Cork 0-17 - 1-11 Mayo