Cork Junior Football Championship

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The Cork Junior Football Championship is a Gaelic football competition in Cork. The competition was originally established in 1895 as a competition for second teams of clubs playing in the Cork Senior Football Championship. This is the fourth level of football clubs, under Senior, Premier Intermediate and Intermediate. The winner of this championship is promoted to the Cork Intermediate Football Championship of the following year. In the years between 1939 and 1964, the winners of this championship were promoted directly to the Cork Senior Football Championship as the intermediate championship was discontinued. This competition involves the winners of championships of all 8 divisions of Cork. These divisions are Avondhu, Beara, Carbery, Carrigdhoun, Duhallow, Imokilly, Muskerry, and Seandun. The winners of this championship represent Cork in the Munster Junior Club Football Championship.

Trophy[edit]

The winning team is presented with the Donal O'Sullivan Cup. From Beara, Donal O'Sullivan played football for Cork in the 1950s, was Chairman of Cork County Board from 1976 to 1978 and was also chairman of the Munster Council.

Roll of Honour[edit]

2013[1] Mitchelstown 0-12 St. Colum's 2-04
2012[2][3] Rockchapel 1-07 Kilmurry 0-07
2011 Kanturk 1-20 Mitchelstown 0-04
2010 Cloyne 0-10 White's Cross 0-09
2009 Glanworth 0-08 Ballygarvan 0-05
2008 Éire Óg 1-08 Ballygarvan 1-05
2007 Canovee 1-08 Kildorrery 0-09
2006 Adrigole 0-05 Grenagh 0-03
2005 Erin's Own 1-12 O'Donovan Rossa 1-11
2004 Aghabullogue 1-09 Adrigole 1-07
2003 Carbery Rangers 0-10 Kilnamartyr 0-05
2002 Kiskeam 0-19 Adrigole 0-09
2001 Ilen Rovers 0-14 Kinsale 1-01
2000 Killavullen 1-12 Kiskeam 2-05
1999 Youghal 3-08 Ilen Rovers 1-13
1998 Newmarket 0-09 Killavullen 0-08
1997 Ballinora 0-12 Kiskeam 2-05
1996 Kilshannig 1-07 Youghal 0-05
1995 Glenville 0-08 Tadhg MacCarthaigh0-05
1994 Erin's Own 0-15 Kiskeam 2-07
1993 Dohenys 1-10 Carrigtwohill 0-06
1992 Urhan 1-10 0-12 1-06 Midleton 2-07 1-09 0-03
1991 Knocknagree 2-07 Deel Rovers 1-08
1990 Newcestown 0-12 Castlemartyr 0-05
1989 Aghada 0-09 0-08 Knocknagree 0-09 0-04
1988 Naomh Abán 1-08 Clyda Rovers 2-04
1987 Rockchapel 2-05 Carbery Rangers 1-04
1986 Kilmurry 0-06 Valley Rovers 0-05
1985 Kilshannig 1-07 2-06 Valley Rovers 0-10 2-04
1984 Knocknagree 0-13 Mallow 1-09
1983 Donoughmore 1-03 St. Nicholas 0-05
1982 Passage 1-04 Knocknagree 0-06
1981 Ballincollig 2-11 Aghada 2-07
1980 Kilmurry 1-04 Clyda Rovers 0-01
1979 Grange 0-14 Knocknagree 2-04
1978 Kildorrery 3-06 Brian Dillons 1-08
1977 Castletownbere 3-05 Rockchapel 0-08
1976 Castlehaven 3-07 Castletownbere 0-06
1975 Bandon 1-11 Carrignavar 1-01
1974 Fermoy 1-07 Castletownbere 0-08
1973 Naomh Abán 2-15 Mitchelstown 0-05
1972 Bantry Blues 1-12 Adrigole 2-06
1971 Glanworth 1-08 Adrigole 0-08
1970 Newmarket 1-09 Adrigole 2-04
1969 Kilmurry * Midleton
1968 Canovee 3-06 Adrigole 1-11
1967 Newcestown 2-12 Midleton 1-02
1966 Dohenys 1-04 3-08 (R) Grange 1-04 1-06 (R)
1965 Na Piarsaigh 1-03 Dohenys 0-04
1964 Kiskeam 1-10 Crosshaven 1-01
1963 Millstreet 3-09 St. Nicholas 2-07
1962 Douglas 2-10 Midleton 1-03
1961 Mitchelstown 2-08 O'Donovan Rossa 2-04
1960 Urhan 1-07 Mitchelstown 0-04
1959 Dromtarriffe 5-01 Dohenys 3-01
1958 Glanmire 2-07 Mitchelstown 2-05
1957 Nemo Rangers 1-05 Mitchelstown 0-05
1956 St. Michael's 5-06 Dromtarriffe 0-05
1955 Delaneys 1-08 Mitchelstown 1-05
1954 Glanworth 1-06 Cobh 1-04
1953 Bandon 1-04 Glanworth 1-02
1952 Castlemagner 1-07 Bandon 1-05
1951 Glanmire 1-04 3-02 (R) Delaneys 1-04 1-05 (R)
1950 Canovee 0-04 3-06 (R) Newmarket 0-04 1-04 (R)
1949 St. Patrick's 1-06 Glanworth 1-01
1948 Collins 5-11 Canovee 3-00
1947 Castlemagner 0-06 Collins 0-03
1946 St. Vincent's 3-06 Bere Island 1-04
1945 Collins 1-05 3-07 (R) St. Patrick's 2-02 0-02 (R)
1944 21st Battalion 2-06 Millstreet 0-03
1943 Bere Island 5-04 Commercials 1-03
1942 Combined Services 3-05 Clann na Gael 0-04
1941 Millstreet 1-02 Bere Island 0-03
1940 Ballincollig 1-06 Youghal 1-03
1939 Midleton 2-06 Carbery Rangers 1-02
1938 Dromtarriffe 2-04 Ballincollig 1-01
1937 Sarsfields 2-02 St. Anne's 0-02
1936 Fermoy 3-01 Cullen 0-02
1935 Dohenys 1-03 St. Anne's 0-03
1934 Dromtarriffe 2-02 Mitchelstown 0-00
1933 Ballincollig 3-01 St. Anne's 1-01
1932 Kinsale 1-02 Dromtarriffe 0-01
1931 Urhan 0-06 Shamrocks 0-02
1930 Clonakilty 2-03 Ballincollig 0-00
1929 Bandon 1-03 Iveleary 0-00
1928 Bantry Blues 2-02 Mitchelstown 2-01
1927 Urhan 1-06 Newmarket 1-00
1926 Geraldines 2-03 Kilbrittain 1-02
1925 Bandon 0-02 Commons Road 0-01
1924 Kilmurry 1-02 Nils 0-02
1923 Glanmire 1-03 * St. Nicholas 1-03
1922 No Championship
1921 No championship
1920 No championship
1919 No championship
1918 No final *
1917 Midleton 5-02 Knockavilla 0-00
1916 Knockavilla 1-04 Shamrocks 1-00
1915 Nils 2-01 Bantry 0-01
1914 Nils Sundays Well
1913 Nils 4-02 Bantry 2-02
1912 Nils 2-02 Skibbereen 0-00
1911 Juverna 1-00 Nils 0-00
1910 Lees 2-08 Juverna 0-02
1909 Fermoy 0-06 Macroom 0-04
1908 Cobh Fermoy
1907 Macroom Nils
1906 Youghal Macroom
1905 Youghal Macroom
1904 Nils Fermoy
1903 Nils Carrigadrohid
1902 Nils Millstreet
1901 Cobh Fermoy
1900 Kinsale Macroom
1899 Fermoy Lees
1898 Fermoy Dohenys
1897 William O'Brien's Bantry
1896 Midleton 0-01 * Ballindangan 0-01
1895 William O'Brien's 0-04 Dromtarriffe 0-01
  • Midleton beat Bantry Blues in other semi-final but both were disqualified so Kilmurry were awarded the title
  • In 1923, Glanmire won title in replay
  • 1918 - Youghal and Meelin qualified for final which was not played
  • 1896 Midleton won title in replay

Junior B Football Championship[edit]

Year Winner Opponent
2013 Charleville 0-06 Ballinacurra 0-05
2012[4] Diarmuid Ó Mathúna's 2-09 Kilmeen 0-09
2011 Belgooly Charleville
2010 Kilbrin Charleville
2009 Kilbrittain 2-11 Russell Rovers 0-09
2008 Arigdeen Rangers 0-09 Araglin 1-02
2007 St. Oliver Plunkett's 1-13 Passage 2-07
2006 Clan na Gael 1-14 Churchtown 0-09
2005 Dripsey 1-09 Araglin 0-05
2004 St. Mary's 2-10 Rathpeacon 0-08
2003 Muintir Bháire 3-11 Rathpeacon 0-12
2002 Barryroe 2-11 Belgooly 0-04
2001 Arigdeen Rangers 1-15 Ballyhooley 1-09
2000 Liscarroll 1-13 Lyre 0-03
1999 Glengarriff 2-09 Randal Og 1-07
1998 Rathluirc Rovers 1-06 Freemount 0-04
1997 St. Colum's 0-11 Glengarriff 0-05
1996 Kilbrin 2-10 Carrignavar 1-07
1995 Diarmuid Ó Mathúna's 2-09 Kilworth 2-05
1994 Kilmacabea 0-13 Lough Rovers 1-03
1993 Arigdeen Rangers 1-17 Killavullen 0-06
1992 Kilbrittain 3-10 Freemount 0-08
1991 Rathpeacon 0-10 Awbeg Rangers 1-06
1990 St. Oliver Plunkett's 1-06 Burton Rovers 0-07
1989 Castlelyons 3-04 Whitechurch 1-09
1988 Abbey Rovers 0-08 1-06 Ilen Rovers 0-08 0-06
1987 Inniscarra 1-07 Awbeg Rangers 0-04
1986 Ballinure 1-06 Russell Rovers 1-03
1985 Kilbrin 0-06 Kilworth 0-02
1984 Kilmeen 0-12 Awbeg Rangers 0-07

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Final glory for Mitchelstown". The Irish Examiner. 11 November 2013. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Kilmurry’s late charge denies Rockchapel". Irish Examiner. 22 October 2012. Retrieved 22 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Rockchapel complete the fairytale season". Irish Examiner. 5 November 2012. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  4. ^ "Glory for mighty Mathúnas". Irish Examiner. 3 September 2012. Retrieved 3 September 2012. 

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