Kildare Senior Football Championship

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For the hurling equivalent, see Kildare Senior Hurling Championship.
Kildare Senior Football Championship
Founded 1888
Title holders Moorefield (7th title)
First winner Clane
Most titles clane (17 titles)

The Kildare Senior Football Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association competition organised by Kildare GAA between the top Gaelic football clubs in County Kildare, Ireland. The winners of the Championship qualify to represent their county in the Leinster Club Championship, the winners of which progress to the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship. The current champions are Moorefield but the most successful club to date are Clane, who have won on 17 occasions.

Top Winners[edit]

Team Winner Winning Years
1 Clane 17 1888, 1892, 1895, 1897, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1916, 1963, 1967, 1975, 1980, 1984, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1997
2 Sarsfields 13 1945, 1947, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1982, 1986, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2012
3 Carbury 11 1940, 1941, 1946, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1985
4 Raheens 10 1935, 1936, 1943, 1964, 1968, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981
5 Roseberry 9 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1912, 1915,
6 Moorefield 8 1962, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014
7 Naas 8 1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1928, 1931, 1932, 1990
8 Round Towers 6 1954, 1959, 1961, 1996, 1998, 2003
9 Athy 6 1933, 1934, 1937, 1942, 1987, 2011
10 Kilcock 5 1914, 1917, 1955, 1957, 1958
11 Monasterevin 3 1890, 1911, 1977
12 Johnstownbridge 3 1983, 1988, 1989
13 Caragh 3 1918, 1919, 1926
14 Ellistown 2 1939, 1944
Mountrice Blounts 2 1889, 1891
Kildare Towers 2 1929, 1930
St Conleths 1 1921
Celbridge 1 2008
Allenwood 1 2004
Maynooth 1 1913
Eadestown 1 1970
Military College 1 1956
Kildare St Patricks 1 1938
Ballymore 1 1953
Ardclough 1 1949
Curragh 1 1948
Kildare 1 1927
Rathangan 1 1925
St. Laurence's 1 2009

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Opponent
2014[1][2] Moorefield 0-16 1-15 Sarsfields 1-13 1-06
2013[3] Moorefield 2-14 Sarsfields 0-13
2012[4] Sarsfields 2-11

S/F 1-11 v 1-09 St. Laurence's

Carbury 0-11

S/F 0-15 v 0-12 Athy

2011 Athy 2-11

s/f 0-11 v 0-08 St Laurence's GAA

Carbury 2-07

s/f 1-11 v 0-11 Celbridge GAA

2010 Moorefield 0-13

s/f 1-16 v 1-06 Athy

Sarsfields 1-08

s/f 0-13 v 0-07 St. Laurence's

2009 [1] St. Laurence's 1-13

s/f 1-11 v 0-13 Celbridge

Moorefield 0-06

s/f 2-12 v 0-06 Suncroft

2008 [2] Celbridge 0-07 1-09

s/f 0-09 v 0-05 St Laurence's

Sarsfields 0-07 0-10

s/f 0-06 v 0-05 Moorefield

2007 Moorefield 2-09

s/f 0-09 v 0-08 St Laurence's

Sarsfields 0-09

s/f 1-08 1-12 v 0-11 1-05 Clane

2006 Moorefield 0-10

s/f 1-06 v 0-08 Roundtowers

Allenwood 0-09

s/f 0-14 v 1-08 Ellistown

2005 Sarsfields 0-11 R:1-11

s/f 1-09 v 1-05 Moorefield

St. Laurence's 1-08 R:0-08

s/f 0-09 1-12 v 1-06 1-10 Leixlip

2004 Allenwood 0-11

s/f v Sarsfields

St. Laurence's 0-07

s/f v Ellistown

2003 Round Towers 2-14

s/f 1-15 v 0-09 Leixlip

Kilcock 1-09

s/f 0-16 v 0-12 Sarsfields

2002 Moorefield 1-08

s/f 1-10 3-16 v 1-10 1-07 Kilcock

Sarsfields 0-07

s/f 1-11 v 1-09 Leixlip

2001 Sarsfields 0-10

s/f 3-17 v 0-08 Leixlip

Moorefield 0-08

s/f 2-08 v 1-09 Clane

2000 Moorefield 2-13

s/f v Roundtowers

Kilcock 2-07

s/f v Clane

1999 Sarsfields 0-15

s/f 0-19 v 2-08 Johnstownbridge

Allenwood 1-05

s/f 0-13 v 0-07 Clane

1998 Round Towers 2-08

s/f 1-10 v 1-10 Sarsfields

Clane 0-04

s/f 0-16 v 0-08 Moorefield

1997 Clane 0-13 Sarsfields 0-08
1996 Round Towers 1-13 Johnstownbridge 0-10
1995 Clane Athy
1994 Sarsfields Johnstownbridge
1993 Sarsfields Clane
1992 Clane St. Laurence's
1991 Clane Naas
1990 Naas Clane
1989 Johnstownbridge Clane
1988 Johnstownbridge Carbury
1987 Athy Johnstownbridge
1986 Sarsfields St. Mary's, Leixlip
1985 Carbury Raheens
1984 Clane Carbury
1983 Johnstownbridge Sarsfields
1982 Sarsfields St. Laurence's
1981 Raheens Sarsfields
1980 Clane Raheens
1979 Raheens Carbury
1978 Raheens Athy
1977 Monasterevin Carbury
1976 Raheens Monasterevin
1975 Clane Carbury
1974 Carbury Ballyteague
1973 Raheens Monasterevin
1972 Carbury Ellistown
1971 Carbury Allenwood
1970 Eadestown Carbury
1969 Carbury Clane
1968 Raheens Carbury
1967 Clane Carbury
1966 Carbury Raheens
1965 Carbury Moorefield
1964 Raheens Clane
1963 Clane Round Towers
1962 Moorefield Kilcullen
1961 Round Towers Carbury
1960 Carbury Round Towers
1959 Round Towers Clane
1958 Kilcock Kildare
1957 Kilcock Round Towers
1956 Military College Ballymore
1955 Kilcock Sarsfields
1954 Kildare Carbury
1953 Ballymore Carbury
1952 Sarsfields Carbury
1951 Sarsfields North Division
1950 Sarsfields Carbury
1949 Ardclough Curragh
1948 Curragh Sarsfields
1947 Sarsfields Curragh
1946 Carbury Athy
1945 Sarsfields Raheens
1944 Ellistown Carbury
1943 Raheens Ellistown
1942 Athy Carbury
1941 Carbury Athy
1940 Carbury Kilcock
1939 Eiilistown Kildare St. Patrick's
1938 Kildare St. Patricks Ellistown
1937 Athy Sarsfields
1936 Raheens McDonagh
1935 Raheens Kildare St. Brigid's
1934 Athy Raheens
1933 Athy Rathangan
1932 Naas Curragh
1931 Naas Kildare Towers
1930 Kildare Towers Naas
1929 Kildare Towers Naas
1928 Naas Rathangan
1927 Kildare Athy
1926 Caragh Athy
1925 Rathangan Caragh
1924 Naas Kildare
1923 Naas Athy
1922 Naas Caragh
1921 St Conleths Caragh
1920 Naas Caragh
1919 Caragh Kilcock
1918 Caragh Roseberry
1917 Kilcock Kilcullen
1916 Clane Maynooth
1915 Roseberry Maynooth
1914 Kilcock Clane
1913 Maynooth Kilcock
1912 Roseberry Monasterevin
1911 Monasterevin Roseberry
1910 Roseberry Monasterevin
1909 Roseberry Clane
1908 Roseberry Allen
1907 Roseberry Monasterevin
1906 Roseberry Clane
1905 Roseberry Clane
1904 Roseberry Naas
1903 Clane Prosperous
1902 Clane Moorefield
1901 Clane Prosperous
1900 No Competition
1899 No Competition
1898 No Competition
1897 Clane Maynooth
1896 Maynooth Sallins
1895 Clane Maynooth
1894 No Competition
1893 No Competition
1892 Clane Kilcullen
1891 Mountrice Blounts Kildare
1890 Monasterevin Clane
1889 Mountrice Blounts Kildare
1888 Clane Naas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tyrrell rescues Moores". Irish Examiner. 20 October 2014. Retrieved 20 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "Mighty Moorefield again kingpins". The Irish Examiner. 27 October 2014. Retrieved 27 October 2014. 
  3. ^ "Moorefield crowned Kildare champions against Sarsfields". The Score. 14 October 2013. Retrieved 14 October 2013. 
  4. ^ "McKenna turns the tide for Sarsfields". Irish Examiner. 22 October 2012. Retrieved 22 October 2012. 

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