1993 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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1993 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Derry (1st win)
Captain Henry Downey
Manager Éamonn Coleman
Provincial Champions
Munster Cork
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Derry
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
Top Scorer Colin Corkery (3-26)
Player of the Year Henry Downey
1992
1994

The 1993 Bank of Ireland All-Ireland Senior Football Championship began on Sunday 16 May 1993. Donegal were the defending champions, but were knocked out by Derry in the Ulster final. Derry went on to win the Sam Maguire Cup for the first time, beating Dublin in the semi-final and Cork in the final.

Munster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Game Date Venue Team A Score Team B Score
Munster SFC
Quarter-Final
May 16 Semple Stadium Tipperary 3-18 Limerick 3-08
Munster SFC
Quarter-Final
May 30 Cusack Park (Ennis) Cork 2-14 Clare 1-10
Munster SFC
Semi-Final
June 20 FitzGerald Stadium Cork 1-10 Kerry 0-10
Munster SFC
Semi-Final
June 20 Walsh Park Tipperary 3-10 Waterford 0-13
Munster SFC
Final
July 18 Semple Stadium Cork 1-16 Tipperary 1-08

Leinster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Game Date Venue Team A Score Team B Score
Leinster SFC
1st Round
May 16 Pearse Park Offaly 0-22 Longford 0-10
Leinster SFC
1st Round
May 23 Wexford Park Dublin 0-11 Wexford 0-07
Leinster SFC
1st Round
May 23 O'Moore Park Laois 3-10 Louth 1-13
Leinster SFC
Quarter-Final
June 6 Croke Park Kildare 2-13 Wicklow 2-11
Leinster SFC
Quarter-Final
June 7 O'Connor Park Offaly 0-13 Carlow 0-11
Leinster SFC
Quarter-Final
June 7 O'Connor Park Dublin 2-11 Westmeath 0-08
Leinster SFC
Quarter-Final
June 13 O'Moore Park Meath 1-12 Laois 0-07
Leinster SFC
Semi-Final
June 27 O'Moore Park Kildare 2-14 Offaly 0-09
Leinster SFC
Semi-Final
July 4 Croke Park Dublin 1-10 Meath 0-12
Leinster SFC
Final
July 25 Croke Park Dublin 0-11 Kildare 0-07

Ulster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Game Date Venue Team A Score Team B Score
Ulster SFC
Preliminary
Round
May 16 Irvinestown Fermanagh 1-09 Armagh 1-09
Ulster SFC
Quarter-Final
May 23 Castleblayney Monaghan 2-09 Cavan 0-15
Ulster SFC
Preliminary
Round Replay
May 23 Athletic Grounds Armagh 4-08 Fermanagh 1-16
Ulster SFC
Quarter-Final Replay
May 30 Breffni Park Monaghan 3-10 Cavan 2-08
Ulster SFC
Quarter-Final
May 30 Páirc an Iúir Derry 3-11 Down 0-09
Ulster SFC
Quarter-Final
June 4 MacCumhail Park Donegal 0-12 Antrim 0-09
Ulster SFC
Quarter-Final
June 13 Athletic Grounds Armagh 0-13 Tyrone 1-10
Ulster SFC
Quarter-Final Replay
June 20 Healy Park Armagh 2-08 Tyrone 0-12
Ulster SFC
Semi-Final
June 20 Casement Park Derry 0-19 Monaghan 0-11
Ulster SFC
Semi-Final
June 27 Breffni Park Donegal 0-15 Armagh 1-12
Ulster SFC
Semi-Final Replay
July 4 Breffni Park Donegal 2-16 Armagh 1-07
Ulster SFC
Final
July 18 St. Tiernach's Park Derry 0-08 Donegal 0-06

Connacht Senior Football Championship[edit]

Game Date Venue Team A Score Team B Score
Connacht SFC
Preliminary
Round
May 30 St. Jarlath's Park Leitrim 1-12 Galway 1-11
Connacht SFC
Preliminary
Round
June 6 Emerald GAA Grounds Sligo 0-12 London 0-09
Connacht SFC
Semi-Final
June 20 Markievicz Park Mayo 1-14 Sligo 1-06
Connacht SFC
Semi-Final
June 18 Páirc Sheáin Mhic Dhiarmada Roscommon 1-12 Leitrim 1-10
Connacht SFC
Final
July 25 Dr. Hyde Park Mayo 1-05 Roscommon 0-07

All-Ireland series[edit]

Semi-finals
15th/22 August
Final
19 September
           
Cork 5-15
Mayo 0-10
Derry 1-14
Cork 2-08
Derry 0-15
Dublin 0-14

Semi-finals[edit]

Game Date Venue Team A Score Team B Score
All Ireland
Semi-
Final
August 15 Croke Park Cork 5-15 Mayo 0-10
All Ireland
Semi-
Final
August 22 Croke Park Derry 0-15 Dublin 0-14

Final[edit]

Derry
Red and White Shirts/Red shorts/Red Socks
1-14 - 2-08
(final score after 70 minutes)
Cork
Red shirts/White shorts/Red socks
Manager: Éamonn Coleman

Team:
Damien McCusker (GK)
Kieran McKeever
Tony Scullion
Fergal McCusker
Johnny McGurk
Henry Downey (Capt.)
Gary Coleman
Anthony Tohill
Brian McGilligan
Dermot Heaney
Damien Barton
Damien Cassidy
Joe Brolly
Séamus Downey
Enda Gormley


Substitutes:
Dermot McNicholl
Éamonn Burns

Half-time:
1-09 - 1-06

Competition:
All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
(Final)

Date:
15.30 BST
Sunday, September 19, 1993

Venue:
Croke Park, Dublin

Attendance:
64500

Referee:
Tommy Howard

Match rules:
70 minutes.
Replay if scores still level.
Maximum of 3 substitutions.

Manager: Criostóir Ó Coileain

Team:
John Kerins (GK)
Brian Corcoran
Mark O'Connor
Niall Cahalane
Ciarán O'Sullivan
Steven O'Brien
Tony Davis
Shay Fahy
Teddy McCarthy
Don Davis
Joe Kavanagh
Barry Coffey
Colin Corkery
John O'Driscoll
Mick McCarthy


Substitutes:
Danny Culloty

Top championship scorer[edit]

Player County Scores Total
Colin Corkery Cork 3-26 35
Peter Lambert Tipperary 2-17 23
Charlie Redmond Dublin 1-20 23
John Toner Armagh 0-23 23
Niall Buckley Kildare 1-17 20
Ger Houlihan Armagh 4-08 20
Enda Gormley Derry 0-19 19
Ray McCarron Monaghan 3-09 18
Mick Turley Laois 1-13 16
Peter Brady Offaly 0-16 16