All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship

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All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship
Founded 1961
Title holders Cork (8th title)
First winner Wexford
Most titles Cork (8 titles)

The All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship is a hurling competition played between the strong hurling counties of Ireland. Only Cork and Kilkenny use players exclusively from junior or intermediate clubs. If a county wins this competition, it cannot chose any of the players on the team for the defence of the title. Thus Cork won the titles in 2003 and 2004 with two completely different teams. The winning team is presented with the Michael Cusack Cup.

Roll of honour[edit]

Club Wins Years won

Cork
8 1965, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2014

Tipperary
7 1963, 1966, 1971, 1972, 2000, 2012, 2013

Wexford
4 1961, 1964, 2005, 2007

Kilkenny
3 1973, 2008, 2010

London
2 1967, 1968

Galway
2 1999, 2002

Clare
1 2011

Limerick
1 1998

Antrim
1 1970

Carlow
1 1962

Kildare
1 1969

List of Finals[edit]

Year Winner Opponent
2014[1] Cork 2-18 Wexford 2-12
2013[2][3] Tipperary 2-14 Kilkenny 2-11
2012 Tipperary 3-13 Kilkenny 1-17
2011 Clare 2-13 Kilkenny 1-11
2010 Kilkenny 2-17 Cork 1-13
2009 Cork 2-23 Kilkenny 0-16
2008 Kilkenny 1-16 Limerick 0-13
2007 Wexford 1-11 Waterford 1-09
2006 Cork 3-15 Kilkenny 1-18
2005 Wexford 1-15 Galway 0-16
2004 Cork 2-11 1-16 Kilkenny 2-11 1-10
2003 Cork 1-21 Kilkenny 0-23
2002 Galway 1-20 2-15 Tipperary 2-17 1-10
2001 Cork 2-17 Wexford 2-08
2000 Tipperary 2-17 Galway 1-10
1999 Galway 3-13 Kilkenny 2-10
1998 Limerick 4-16 Kilkenny 2-17
1997 Cork 2-11 Galway 1-12
1974–1996 No championship
1973 Kilkenny 5-15 London 2-09
1972 Tipperary 2-13 Galway 1-09
1971 Tipperary 3-16 Wicklow 3-13
1970 Antrim 4-18 Warwickshire 3-06
1969 Kildare 2-08 Cork 3-04
1968 London 4-15 Dublin 0-03
1967 London 1-09 Cork 1-05
1966 Tipperary 4-11 Dublin 2-12
1965 Cork 2-20 London 5-05
1964 Wexford 4-07 London 1-11
1963 Tipperary 1-10 London 1-07
1962 Carlow 6-15 London 3-03
1961 Wexford 3-15 London 4-04

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Third quarter surge sends Cork on way". Irish Examiner. 11 September 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "All-Ireland IHC final: Gleeson fires Tipp to title". Hogan Stand. 31 August 2013. Retrieved 2 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Tipperary 2-14 Kilkenny 2-11". Tipperary GAA. 31 August 2013. Retrieved 2 September 2013. 

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