2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
Championship details
Dates 10 May - 20 September 2009
Teams 33
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Kerry (36th win)
Captain Darran O'Sullivan
Manager Jack O'Connor
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Cork
Captain Graham Canty
Manager Conor Counihan
Provincial Champions
Munster Cork
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Tyrone
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
No. matches played 62
Goals total 108 (1.74 per game)
Points total 1530 (24.68 per game)
Top Scorer Colm Cooper (1-34)
Player of the Year Paul Galvin
2008
2010

The 2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the inter-county Gaelic football tournament played between 31 counties of Ireland, London and New York. The draw for the 2009 championship took place on 9 October 2008.[1] The tournament began on 10 May 2009.

The 2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final took place on 20 September 2009, contested by Cork and Kerry. This was the year Tadhg Kennelly made history by becoming the first person to ever hold AFL Premiership and All-Ireland winning medals in the sports of Australian rules football and Gaelic football—he previously won the biggest prize in Australian rules with Sydney Swans in 2005.[2][3][4][5]

Structure[edit]

  • Four knockout (single elimination format) provincial championships are played. London and New York compete in Connacht. The 4 provincial champions advance to the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
  • The 16 teams eliminated before reaching a provincial semi-final compete in Round One of the Qualifiers (New York do not compete in the Qualifiers). The 8 Round One winners advance to Round Two.
  • Qualifiers, Round Two: The 8 teams eliminated in provincial semi-finals each play one of the 8 Round One winners.
  • Qualifiers, Round Three: The 8 Round Two winners play off to reduce the number to 4.
  • Qualifiers, Round Four: The 4 teams eliminated in provincial finals each play one of the 4 Round Three winners.
  • All-Ireland Quarter-Finals: The 4 provincial champions each play one of the 4 Round Four winners.
  • The winners of the All-Ireland Quarter-Finals then advance to the Semi-Finals, and the winners of the Semi-Finals go on to the 2009 All-Ireland Final.

Fixtures and results[edit]

Leinster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Round 1 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
 Kildare 1-16  
 Offaly 1-10      Kildare 2-12  
          Wexford 0-11  
            Kildare 2-18  
            Laois 0-09  
          Laois 1-15  
 Louth 1-13      Louth 1-11  
 Carlow 1-11        Kildare 0-18
            Dublin 2-15
          Westmeath 0-16  
 Wicklow 2-12      Wicklow 1-10  
 Longford 1-13        Westmeath 0-11  
            Dublin 4-26  
          Dublin 0-14       
          Meath 0-12       
      

17 May 2009
First Round
Carlow 1-11 - 1-13 Louth
E McCormack 0-7, S Rea 1-0, S Myers, K Nolan, D St Ledger, M Carpenter 0-1 each Report D Clarke 0-4, R Finnegan 1-1, R Carroll 0-2, B White, P Keenan, D Reid, C Judge, S Lennon, JP Rooney 0-1 each

24 May 2009
First Round
Kildare 1-16 - 1-10 Offaly
J Doyle 0-6, A Smith 1-1, J Kavanagh 0-3, R Sweeney, D Earley 0-2 each, H McGrillen, R Kelly 0-1 each Report S Ryan 1-0, J Reynolds, N McNamee 0-3 each, T Deehan, K Casey, R Dalton, N Darby 0-1 each

24 May 2009
First Round
Longford 1-13 - 2-12 Wicklow
P Berry 1-1, G Dennigan, F McGee 0-4 each, B Kavanagh, P Barden, D Barden, K Smith 0-1 each Report P Earls 1-2, R Nolan 1-1, T Hannon, S Furlong 0-4 each, D Odlum 0-1

7 June 2009
Quarter Final
Dublin 0-14 - 0-12 Meath
C Keaney 0-5, A Brogan 0-3, B Brogan, M Davoren 0-2 each, G Brennan, P Andrews 0-1 each Report C Ward 0-4, S McAnarney, B Farrell 0-2 each, S Bray, M Ward, C King, J Sheridan 0-1 each

13 June 2009
Quarter Final
Kildare 2-12 - 0-11 Wexford
J Kavanagh, A Smith 1-3 each, D Earley, P O'Neill 0-2 each, D Flynn, J Doyle 0-1 each Report C Lyng, S Cullen 0-5 each, E Bradley 0-1

14 June 2009
Quarter Final
Wicklow 1-10 - 0-16
AET
Westmeath
T Hannon 0-4, D Odlam 1-1, J Stafford, L Glynn, S Furlong, D Hayden, JP Dalton 0-1 each Report F Wilson 0-5, C Lynam 0-4, D Glennon 0-3, F Boyle, D Duffy, K Scally, D Dolan 0-1 each

14 June 2009
Quarter Final
Louth 1-11 - 1-15 Laois
A Hoey 1-1, B White, D Clarke 0-3 each, S Lennon 0-2, P Keenan, C Judge 0-1 each Report MJ Tierney 0-6, P Clancy 1-3, P O'Leary 0-2, D Rooney, J O'Loughlin, B McCormack, R Munnelly 0-1 each

27 June 2009
Semi Final
Kildare 2-18 - 0-09 Laois
J Doyle 0-7, J Kavanagh 1-1, A Smith 1-0, R Sweeney 0-3, P O'Neill, E Callaghan 0-2 each, D Earley, E Bolton, M Conway 0-1 each Report D Kingston, MJ Tierney 0-3 each, B McCormack, P Clancy, G Reddin 0-1 each

28 June 2009
Semi Final
Westmeath 0-11 - 4-26 Dublin
C Lynam 0-5, D Glennon 0-3, J Connellan 0-2, D O'Shaughnessy 0-1 Report B Brogan 2-8, J Sherlock 0-6, A Brogan 0-4, T Quinn 1-1, C Keaney 0-3, D Magee 1-0, B Cahill, R McConnell, P Flynn, D Connolly 0-1 each

12 July 2009
Final
Kildare 0-18 - 2-15 Dublin
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 Report B Brogan 0-7, B Cahill, J Sherlock 1-1 each, C Keaney 0-3, A Brogan 0-2, C Whelan 0-1, G Brennan SO

Munster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
 Waterford 1-07  
 Cork 2-18      Cork 1-17  
          Kerry 0-12  
            Cork 2-06
            Limerick 0-11
          Clare 1-09
 Tipperary 1-09      Limerick 1-13    
 Limerick 1-11  

24 May 2009
Quarter Final
Tipperary 1-09 - 1-11 Limerick
B Coen 1-2, B Grogan 0-4, H Coghlan, A Fitzgerald, B Mulvihill 0-1 each Report I Ryan 1-2, G Collins 0-4, C Joyce-Power 0-2, P Ranahan, S Lucey, K O'Callaghan 0-1 each

24 May 2009
Quarter Final
Waterford 1-07 - 2-18 Cork
S Walsh 1-0, B Wall 0-2, S O'Hare, W Hennessy, S Cunningham, M O'Gorman, G Hurney 0-1 each Report D O'Connor 1-5, P Kerrigan 1-2, J Miskella 0-3, J Masters, D Goulding, C O'Neill 0-2 each, M Shields, P O'Flynn 0-1 each

7 June 2009
Semi Final
Clare 1-09 - 1-13 Limerick
D Tubridy 0-4, G Brennan 1-0, G Quinlan 0-2, Gordon Kelly, E Coughlan, M O’Shea 0-1 each Report I Ryan 0-6, S Lavin 1-0, G Collins 0-3, S Lucey, J O’Donovan, S Buckely, E Hogan 0-1 each

7 June 2009
Semi Final
Kerry 0-13 - 1-10 Cork
B Sheehan 0-5, C Cooper 0-3, D Walsh 0-2, T Walsh, T Kennelly, D Ó Sé 0-1 each Report P O'Neill 1-2, D O'Connor 0-3, D Goulding 0-2, G Canty, N O'Leary, C O'Neill 0-1 each

13 June 2009
Semi Final Replay
Cork 1-17 - 0-12 Kerry
D O'Connor 1-5, D Goulding 0-5, J Miskella 0-2, P Kelly, P Kerrigan, J Masters, F Goold, P O'Flynn 0-1 each, N O'Leary SO Report C Cooper 0-4, Darren O'Sullivan, B Sheehan 0-2 each, Declan O'Sullivan, T Kennelly, D Moran, D Ó Sé 0-1 each, P Galvin SO

5 July 2009
Final
Limerick 0-11 - 2-06 Cork
I Ryan 0-4, S Buckley 0-3, S Lavin, P Ranahan, G Collins, S Kelly 0-1 each Report D Goulding 1-3, D O'Connor 1-1, J Masters, C O'Neill 0-1 each

Connacht Senior Football Championship[edit]

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

10 May 2009
Quarter Final
New York 1-07 - 1-18 Mayo
P Smith 0-4, R Moran 0-2, F Cleary, R Caffrey, T McGovern, J McNicholas 0-1 each Report A O'Shea 1-3, A Moran 0-4, A Dillon, A Kilcoyne 0-3 each, P Harte 1-0, T Mortimer 0-2, T Parsons, P Gardiner, R McGarrity, B Moran 0-1 each

24 May 2009
Quarter Final
London 1-07 - 1-18 Galway
M Alcorn 1-0, K Downes 0-2, J Hughes, A Moyles, K McMenamin, P Duffy, M Hughes 0-1 each Report M Meehan 1-5, S Armstrong 0-5, G Bradshaw, P Joyce 0-2 each, N Joyce, F Breathnach, C Bane, D Dunleavy 0-1 each

31 May 2009
Quarter Final
Leitrim 2-09 - 2-13 Roscommon
C Clarke, J McKeon 1-0 each, P McGuinness, James Glancy, R Cox 0-2 each, D Maxwell, T Beirne, S Foley 0-1 each Report D Shine 0-5, S Kilbride 1-1, K Mannion 1-0, G Cox 0-3, C Devaney, S McDermott, F Cregg, K Higgins 0-1

20 June 2009
Semi Final
Mayo 3-18 - 0-07 Roscommon
A Dillon 0-6, A Kilcoyne 1-3, P Harte 1-1, A O'Shea 1-0, T Mortimer, R Garrity, P Gardiner 0-2 each, A Moran, M Ronaldson 0-1 each Report C Devaney, G Cox 0-2 each, K Mannion, D Shine, B Higgins 0-1 each

28 June 2009
Semi Final
Sligo 0-12 - 1-13 Galway
D Kelly 0-4, M Breheny, A Marren 0-2 each, R Donovan, J Davey, S Davey, S Coen 0-1 each, N Ewing SO Report S Armstrong 1-3, M Meehan 0-4, P Joyce 0-3, C Bane, J Bergin, G Bradshaw 0-1 each, G O'Donnell SO

19 July 2009
Final
Mayo 2-12 - 1-14 Galway
C Mortimer 1-2, B Moran 1-0, D Heaney, A Dillon 0-2 each, P Gardiner, R McGarrity, P Harte, T Mortimer, A Kilcoyne, A O'Shea 0-1 each Report N Joyce 0-8, M Meehan 1-4, P Joyce, S Armstrong 0-1 each

Ulster Senior Football Championship[edit]

Round 1 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
      
          Tyrone 2-10  
          Armagh 1-10  
            Tyrone 0-15  
            Derry 0-07  
          Derry 1-10  
          Monaghan 0-10  
            Tyrone 1-18
            Antrim 0-15
          Cavan 0-13  
 Fermanagh 0-13      Fermanagh 1-09  
 Down 0-10        Cavan 1-07  
            Antrim 0-13  
          Antrim 1-10       
          Donegal 0-12       
      

17 May 2009
First Round
Fermanagh 0-13 - 0-10 Down
R Carson 0-6, J Sherry 0-2, T McElroy, M Little, M McGrath, D Keenan, C McElroy 0-1 each Report A Carr, B Coulter, P McComiskey, D Hughes 0-2 each, S Kearney, P Fitzpatrick 0-1 each, A Carr SO

24 May 2009
Quarter Final
Derry 1-10 - 0-10 Monaghan
P Bradley 1-3, E Bradley, J Kielt 0-2 each, C McCaigue, B McGoldrick, J Diver 0-1 each, F Doherty SO Report P Finlay, T Freeman 0-3 each, R Ronaghan 0-2, S Gollogly, R Woods 0-1 each

31 May 2009
Quarter Final
Tyrone 2-10 - 1-10 Armagh
S O'Neill 1-3, C Gormley 1-0, T McGuigan, S Cavanagh 0-2 each, Joe McMahon, O Mulligan, B Dooher 0-1 each, C Gormley SO Report R Clarke 1-0, A Kernan, S McDonnell 0-3 each, B Mallon 0-2, J Lavery, S Forker 0-1 each

6 June 2009
Quarter Final
Cavan 0-13 - 1-09 Fermanagh
S Johnston 0-5, M Reilly 0-4, C Mackey, S Brady 0-2 each Report E Maguire 1-0, M Little, R Carson 0-3 each, R Keenan, R McCluskey, B Owens 0-1 each

14 June 2009
Quarter Final
Donegal 0-12 - 1-10 Antrim
M Murphy 0-5, R Kavanagh 0-3, C McFadden 0-2, C Bonner, C Toye 0-1 each Report T McCann 1-2, P Cunningham 0-4, A Gallagher, M McCann, K Brady, K O'Boyle 0-1 each

21 June 2009
Semi Final
Derry 0-07 - 0-15 Tyrone
E Bradley 0-4, B McGoldrick, P Bradley, S Bradley 0-1 each, K McGuckin SO Report T McGuigan 0-4, M Penrose 0-3, K Hughes 0-2, B Dooher, D Harte, S Cavanagh, Stephen O'Neill, Sean O'Neill, B McGuigan 0-1 each

27 June 2009
Semi Final
Cavan 1-07 - 0-13 Antrim
S Johnston 0-4, D Givney 1-0, M Reilly, R Cullivan, L Reilly 0-1 each Report P Cunningham 0-4, M McCann, S Burke 0-2 each, T McCann, T O'Neill, J Loughery, A Gallagher, J Crozier 0-1 each

19 July 2009
Final
Tyrone 1-18 - 0-15 Antrim
S Cavanagh 1-4, O Mulligan, T McGuigan 0-3 each, Joe McMahon, K Hughes 0-2 each, R McMenamin, D Harte, B McGuigan, P Jordan 0-1 each Report P Cunningham 0-11, M McCann 0-2, A Gallagher, C Close 0-1 each

All-Ireland qualifiers[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Round 2[edit]

Round 3[edit]

A draw was made for round 3 of the qualifiers, with the winners of round 2 playing each other.

Round 4[edit]

A draw was made for round 4 of the qualifiers, with the winners of round three (Donegal, Kerry, Meath and Wicklow) playing against the losing provincial finalists (Antrim, Galway, Kildare and Limerick).

All-Ireland series[edit]

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                 
Dublin 1-07
Kerry 1-24
Kerry 2-08
Meath 1-07
Mayo 1-15
Meath 2-15
Kerry 0-16
Cork 1-09
Cork 1-27
Donegal 2-10
Cork 1-13
Tyrone 0-11
Tyrone 0-16
Kildare 1-11

Quarter-finals[edit]

2 August 2009
Quarter Final
Cork 1-27 - 2-10 Donegal
P Kerrigan 1-4, J Miskella, D O'Connor 0-4 each, D Goulding, F Goold 0-3 each, P O'Neill, P Kelly, C O'Neill, P Kissane 0-2 each, G Canty 0-1 Report M Murphy 0-6, S Griffin, R Kavanagh 1-0 each, B Monaghan, E McGee, B Roper, A Hanlon 0-1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 49,761

2 August 2009
Quarter Final
Tyrone 0-16 - 1-11 Kildare
S O'Neill 0-7, O Mulligan 0-3, B Dooher 0-2, D Harte, Justin McMahon, T McGuigan, M Penrose 0-1 each Report J Doyle 0-7, R Sweeney 1-0, M Foley, J Kavanagh, A Smith, E Callaghan 0-1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 49,761
Referee: G. O'Conamha (Galway)

3 August 2009
Quarter Final
Dublin 1-07 - 1-24 Kerry
A Brogan, B Brogan 0-3 each, C Keaney 1-0, B Cahill 0-1 Report C Cooper 1-7, Declan O'Sullivan, Darren O'Sullivan 0-3 each, T O'Se, P Galvin, T Kennelly, P O'Connor 0-2 each, T O'Sullivan, S Scanlon, D Walsh 0-1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 81,890

9 August 2009
Quarter Final
Mayo 1-15 - 2-15 Meath
A O'Shea 1-1, C Mortimer 0-4, A Dillon, A Kilcoyne 0-3 each, T Mortimer 0-2, K Higgins, A Moran 0-1 each Report D Bray 1-3, C Ward 1-2, J Sheridan 0-4, B Farrell 0-3, J Queeney 0-2, N Crawford 0-1
Croke Park, Dublin
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)

Semi-finals[edit]

23 August 2009
Semi Final
Cork 1-13 - 0-11 Tyrone
D O'Connor 0-4, D Goulding 1-1, P Kelly, C O'Neill 0-2 each, A O'Connor, P Kerrigan, P O'Neill, F Goold 0-1 each Report S O'Neill 0-4, O Mulligan 0-2, R McMenamin, D Harte, P Jordan, K Hughes, M Penrose 0-1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 53,492
Referee: J. Bannon (Longford)

30 August 2009
Semi Final
Kerry 2-08 - 1-07 Meath
T Walsh 1-2, Darren O'Sullivan 1-1, C Cooper 0-3, T Kennelly 0-2 Report C Ward 1-4, B Farrell 0-2, J Sheridan 0-1
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 50,770
Referee: G. O'Conamha (Galway)

Final[edit]

20 September 2009
15:30 (IST)
Final
Kerry 0-16 - 1-09 Cork
C Cooper 0-6, T Walsh 0-4, T Kennelly 0-2, T Ó Sé 0-2, Darren O' Sullivan 0-1, Declan O' Sullivan 0-1 Report D Goulding 0-4, C O'Neill 1-1, D O'Connor 0-3, P Kelly 0-1
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 82,286
Referee: M. Duffy (Sligo)

Statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Season
Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Colm Cooper Kerry 1-34 37 7 5.29
2 Michael Murphy Donegal 0-36 36 6 6
3 Cian Ward Meath 3-26 35 7 5
4 Donncha O'Connor Cork 3-25 34 6 5.67
5 John Doyle Kildare 0-27 27 5 5.4
6 Bernard Brogan Dublin 2-20 26 4 6.5
7 Tony Hannon Wicklow 1-22 25 6 4.17
8 Donal Shine Roscommon 0-24 24 4 6
-- Seánie Furlong Wicklow 1-21 24 6 4

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External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dublin and Meath drawn together". RTÉ Sport. 9 October 2008. Retrieved 9 October 2008. 
  2. ^ Tasker, Belinda (21 September 2009). "Kennelly enjoys 'emotional' Dublin win". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 21 September 2009. 
  3. ^ "Kennelly enjoys 'emotional' win in Dublin". Australian Broadcasting Company. 21 September 2009. Retrieved 21 September 2009. 
  4. ^ "Ireland victory may bring Tadhg Kennelly back to Sydney Swans". Herald Sun (Melbourne). 21 September 2009. Retrieved 21 September 2009. 
  5. ^ "Kennelly enjoys emotional win in Dublin". Brisbane Times. 21 September 2009. Retrieved 21 September 2009. 
  6. ^ http://www.hoganstand.com/general/topscorers/2009/football.aspx