2010–11 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship

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2010–11 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship
champions Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) (5th win)
Winning captain Paul McKeown

The 2010–11 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship is a Gaelic football tournament played between senior football clubs from all over Ireland. The 2009–2010 champions were St. Galls from Antrim, who defeated Kilmurry Ibrickane from Clare, on 17 March 2010 to win their first title. The winners of the competition were Crossmaglen Rangers from Armagh, who defeated St. Brigid's of Roscommon on 17 March 2011 to win their 5th title.

Structure[edit]

Each of Ireland's 32 counties play their own championship between all the senior Gaelic football clubs in the county — depending on the county, it can be league,knockout or a mixture of both. The 32 county champions play in the 4 provincial championships, with the four winners of these advancing to the All-Ireland Semi Final. The All-Ireland Final was played in Croke Park on St. Patrick's Day (17 March 2011).

Schedule:

  • County championships: June 2010 – November 2010
  • Provincial championships: October 2010 – January 2011
  • All-Ireland semi finals: February 2011
  • All-Ireland final: 17 March 2011

Fixtures and Results[edit]

Leinster Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
 Portlaoise (Laois) 2–11  
 Moorfield (Kildare) 0–14      Portlaoise (Laois) 2–4  
          Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 2–7  
            Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 0–13  
 Garrycastle (Westmeath) 0–13        Garrycastle (Westmeath) 0–10  
 Longford Slashers (Longford) 1–9      Garrycastle (Westmeath) 2–13  
          Mattock Rangers (Louth) 2–10  
            Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 0–15
 Skryne (Meath) 1–11        Rhode (Offaly) 1–7
 Rathnew (Wicklow) 1–8      Skryne (Meath) 0–11  
          Castletown (Wexford) 0–10  
            Skryne (Meath) 1–10  
            Rhode (Offaly) 2–11  
          Old Leighlin (Carlow) 1–7       
          Rhode (Offaly) 1–11       
      

Ulster Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Final Semi Fina Final
      
          Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 1–12  
          St Galls (Antrim) 0–9  
            Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 1–11  
            Burren (Down) 2–7  
          Burren (Down) 1–12  
          Coleraine (Derry) 0–5  
            Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 2–9
            Naomh Conaill (Donegal) 0–10
          Coalisland (Tyrone) 1–10  
          Roslea (Fermanagh) 1–7  
            Coalisland (Tyrone) 1–9  
            Naomh Conaill (Donegal) 1–10  
          Naomh Conaill (Donegal) 2–12       
 Kingscourt Stars (Cavan) 0–11      Clontibret (Monaghan) 0–9       
 Naomh Conaill (Donegal) 1–12  

Connacht Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Semi Final Final
 St Brigids (Roscommon) 0–21  
 Eastern Harps (Sligo) 0–4      St Brigids (Roscommon) 1–13  
          Glencar/Manorhamilton (Leitrim) 3–5  
            St Brigids (Roscommon) 2–14 AET
            Killererin (Galway) 2–10 AET
          Killererin (Galway) 0–9
          Ballintubber (Mayo) 1–5    
      

Munster Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

  Quarter Final Semi Final Final
                     
   Stradbally (Waterford) 0–7  
 Doonbeg (Clare) 0–4  
   Stradbally (Waterford) 1–5  
     Nemo Rangers (Cork) 1–12  
    
        
     Nemo Rangers (Cork) 1–15
   Dr Crokes (Kerry) 1–13
        
      
 Dr Crokes (Kerry) 2–11 AET
     Aherlow (Tipperary) 0–9 AET  
 Dr Crokes (Kerry) 2–13
   Monaleen (Limerick) 1–4  

All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Semi-Final Final
           
St. Brigid's (Roscommon) 0–13
4 Nemo Rangers (Cork) 1–8
St. Brigid's (Roscommon) 1–11
Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 2–11
Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 1–12
Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 2–11
17 March 2011
Final
Crossmaglen Rangers 2–11 – 1–11 St. Brigid's
J Clarke 1–3, O McConville 0–6 (4f), A Cunningham 1–0, A Kernan (f), K Carragher 0–1 each Report S Kilbride 0–8 (5f), E Sheehy 1–0, Cathal McHugh, F Dolan, K Mannion 0–1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Referee: C Reilly (Meath)