1914 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
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|Dates||10 May - 18 October 1914|
|Winning team||Clare (1st win)|
|No. matches played||14|
|Goals total||88 (6.2 per game)|
|Points total||75 (5.3 per game)|
|All-Star Team||See here|
The 1914 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was the 28th staging of the All-Ireland hurling championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1887. The championship began on 10 May 1914 and ended on 18 October 1914.
|Team||Colours||Most recent success|
|Clare||Saffron and blue||1889|
|Cork||Red and white||1903||1912|
|Dublin||Navy and blue||1889||1908|
|Galway||Maroon and white||1912|
|Kerry||Green and gold||1891||1891|
|Kilkenny||Black and amber||1913||1913|
|Laois||Blue and white|
|Limerick||Green and white||1897||1911|
|Offaly||Green, white and gold|
|Roscommon||Blue and saffron||1913|
|Tipperary||Blue and gold||1908||1913|
|Waterford||Blue and white|
|Westmeath||Maroon and white|
|Wexford||Purple and gold||1910||1910|
Connacht Senior Hurling Championship
|Final 23 August||Roscommon||1-1 - 4-2
|Final refixture 27 September||Roscommon||2-1 - 5-1||Galway||Roscommon|
Leinster Senior Hurling Championship
|Quarter-final 24 May||Laois||4-3 - 1-14||Wexford||Kilkenny|
|Quarter-final 7 June||Dublin||4-4 - 2-1||Offaly||Portlaoise|
|Semi-final 14 June||Kilkenny||7-6 - 0-1||Westmeath||[Croke Park]]|
|Semi-final 12 July||Laois||4-3 - 3-5||Dublin||Tullamore|
|Final 2 August||Kilkenny||2-4 - 3-2||Laois||Kilkenny|
Munster Senior Hurling Championship
|Quarter-final 10 May||Kerry||4-1 - 7-3||Clare||Listowel|
|Semi-final 21 June||Waterford||1-1 - 4-2||Cork||Waterford|
|Quarter-final 5 July||Limerick||8-0 - 3-1||Tipperary||Fraher Field|
|Semi-final 30 August||Clare||4-2 - 0-2||Limerick|
|Final 20 September||Clare||3-2 - 3-1||Cork||Thurles Sportsfield|
All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
|Semi-final 6 September||Clare||6-6 - 0-0||Galway||Portlaoise|
|Final 18 October||Clare||2-4 – 1-2||Laois||Croke Park|
- Laois win the Leinster title for the first time in their history.
- The All-Ireland final is the first ever championship meeting of Clare and Laois. Clare win the All-Ireland title for the first time in their history.
- Corry, Eoghan, The GAA Book of Lists (Hodder Headline Ireland, 2005).
- Donegan, Des, The Complete Handbook of Gaelic Games (DBA Publications Limited, 2005).
- "All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Roll of Honour". The GAA website. Retrieved 28 July 2011.