Limerick Senior Hurling Championship

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Limerick Senior Hurling Championship
Irish Craobh Iomána Sinsear Contae Luimnigh
Founded 1887
Title holders Na Piarsaigh (2nd title)
First winner Murroe
Most titles Ahane (19 titles)
Sponsors Hyundai Limerick Motor Centre

The Limerick Senior Hurling Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association competition organised by Limerick GAA among the top hurling clubs in County Limerick. The winner qualifies to represent the county in the Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship, the winner of which progresses to the All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship. Since 1928,[1] the winners of the championship are presented with the John Daly cup.

Na Piarsaigh are the current (2013) Limerick senior hurling champions, after defeating Adare by a scoreline of 0-14 to 0-12 in the final at the Gaelic Grounds on October 6, 2013.

Roll of honour[edit]

Ahane currently lead the way, with 19 county titles, while Patrickswell are just one behind, winning their 18th title in 2003.

Year Winner Opponent
2013[2] Na Piarsaigh 0-14 Adare 0-12
2012[3] Kilmallock 1-15 Adare 0-15
2011[4] Na Piarsaigh 2-18 Ahane 0-13
2010 Kilmallock 1-16 Emmets 1-12
2009 Adare 1-17 Na Piarsaigh 0-03
2008 Adare 0-13 Ahane 0-08
2007 Adare 0-14 Croom 0-05
2006 Bruree 1-16 Patrickswell 1-15
2005 Garryspillane 2-15 Kilmallock 2-12
2004 Ahane 1-11 Garryspillane 0-13
2003 Patrickswell 1-13 Adare 0-14
2002 Adare 0-14 Ahane 0-12
2001 Adare 2-17 Patrickswell 2-08
2000 Patrickswell 0-16 Doon 0-15
1999 Ahane Kilmallock
1998 Ahane 1-11 Patrickswell 0-09
1997 Patrickswell Garryspillane
1996 Patrickswell Adare
1995 Patrickswell Ballybrown
1994 Kilmallock Bruree
1993 Patrickswell Adare
1992 Kilmallock Patrickswell
1991 Ballybrown Kilmallock
1990 Patrickswell Adare
1989 Ballybrown 4-10 Doon 2-09
1988 Patrickswell Cappamore
1987 Patrickswell 1-17 Ballybrown 3-10
1986 Claughaun 1-09 Adare 0-09
1985 Kilmallock South Liberties
1984 Patrickswell Cappamore
1983 Patrickswell Ballybrown
1982 Patrickswell Bruree
1981 South Liberties Kilmallock
1980 Kileedy South Liberties
1979 Patrickswell Tournafulla
1978 South Liberties Bruree
1977 Patrickswell Killeedy
1976 South Liberties Killeedy
1975 Kilmallock Patrickswell
1974 Kilmallock Patrickswell
1973 Kilmallock Killeedy
1972 South Liberties Patrickswell
1971 Claughaun South Liberties
1970 Patrickswell Kilmallock
1969 Patrickswell Pallasgreen
1968 Claughaun Adare
1967 Kilmallock South Liberties
1966 Patrickswell St. Patrick's
1965 Patrickswell St. Kieran's
1964 Cappamore Drumcollogher
1963 Feenagh-Kilmeedy Emmets
1962 Western Gaels Kilmallock
1961 Western Gaels Treaty Sarsfields
1960 Kilmallock Claughaun
1959 Cappamore St. Patrick's
1958 Claughaun Cappamore
1957 Claughaun St. Patrick's
1956 Cappamore Claughaun
1955 Ahane Geraldines
1954 Cappamore Western Gaels
1953 Treaty Sarsfields Ahane
1952 Treaty Sarsfields St. Patrick's
1951 Treaty Sarsfields Geraldines
1950 Saints Patricks City Gaels
1949 Saints Patricks Geraldines
1948 Ahane Croom
1947 Ahane St. Patrick's
1946 Ahane Rathkeale
1945 Ahane Granagh-Ballingarry
1944 Ahane Rathkeale
1943 Ahane Croom
1942 Ahane Rathkeale
1941 Croom Ahane
1940 Croom Ahane
1939 Ahane Croom
1938 Ahane Croom
1937 Ahane Croom
1936 Ahane Croom
1935 Ahane Kildimo
1934 Ahane Kildimo
1933 Ahane Croom
1932 Young Irelands Newcastle West
1931 Ahane Croom
1930 Young Irelands Newcastle West
1929 Croom Cappamore
1928 Young Irelands Rathkeale
1927 Fedamore Young Irelands
1926 Claughaun Newcastle West
1925 Newcastle West Bruff
1924 Croom Fedamore
1922 Young Irelands Bruff
1920 Young Irelands Newcastle West
1919 Croom Fedamore
1918 Claughaun Newcastle West
1917 Newcastle West Young Irelands
1916 Claughaun Caherline
1915 Claughaun Fedamore
1914 Claughaun Castleconnell
1912 Fedamore Ballingarry
1911 Ballingarry Fedamore
1910 Young Irelands Castleconnell
1909 Castleconnell Croom
1908 Croom Caherline
1907 Caherline Ballyagran
1905 Caherline Rathkeale
1904 Cappamore Ballingarry
1902 Young Irelands Monagea
1900 Sallymount Rathkeale
1899 Kilfinane Lough Gur
1898 Shamrocks Caherline
1897 Kilfinane Cappamore
1896 Caherline Ballingarry
1895 Saint Michael's Boher
1893 Bruree St. Michael's
1891 Treaty Stones South Liberties
1890 South Liberties Kilfinane
1889 South Liberties Caherline
1888 South Liberties Murroe
1887 Murroe 1-00 (R) South Liberties 0-01 (R)

No championship was held in the following years: 1892, 1894, 1901, 1903, 1906, 1913, 1921, 1923.

Top winners/finalists[edit]

Team Winner Last win Runner-up Last losing final
1 Ahane 19 2004 6 2011
2 Patrickswell 18 2003 7 2006
3 Claughaun 10 1986 2 1960
4 Kilmallock 10 2012 6 2005
5 South Liberties 7 1981 6 1985
6 Young Irelands 7 1932 2 1927
7 Croom 6 1941 10 2007
8 Adare 5 2009 8 2013
9 Cappamore 5 1964 5 1988
10 Caherline 3 1907 4 1916
11 Treaty Sarsfields 3 1951 1 1961
12 Newcastle West 2 1925 5 1932
13 Saint Patricks 2 1950 5 1966
14 Fedamore 2 1927 4 1924
15 Ballybrown 2 1991 3 1995
16 Bruree 2 2006 3 1994
17 Kilfinane 2 1899 1 1890
18 Western Gaels 2 1962 1 1954
19 Na Piarsaigh 2 2013 1 2009
20 Ballingarry 1 1911 3 1912
21 Killeedy 1 1980 3 1977
22 Castleconnell 1 1909 2 1914
23 Garryspillane 1 2005 2 2004
24 Murroe 1 1887 1 1888
25 Saint Michaels 1 1895 1 1893
26 Treaty Stones 1 1891 0 -
27 Shamrocks 1 1898 0 -
28 Sallymount 1 1900 0 -
29 Feenagh-Kilmeedy 1 1963 0 -
30 Rathkeale 0 - 6 1946
31 Geraldines 0 - 3 1955
32 Bruff 0 - 2 1925
33 Kildimo 0 - 2 1935
34 Doon 0 - 2 2000
35 Emmets 0 - 2 2010
36 Boher 0 - 1 1895
37 Lough Gur 0 - 1 1899
38 Monagea 0 - 1 1902
39 Ballyagran 0 - 1 1907
40 Granagh-Ballingarry 0 - 1 1945
41 City Gaels 0 - 1 1950
42 Dromcollogher 0 - 1 1964
43 Saint Keirans 0 - 1 1965
44 Pallasgreen 0 - 1 1969
45 Tournafulla 0 - 1 1979
Team Winner Winning Years
1 Ahane 19 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1955, 1998, 1999, 2004
2 Patrickswell 18 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1977, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2002
3 Claughaun 10 1914, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1926, 1957, 1958, 1968, 1971, 1986
Kilmallock 10 1960, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1985, 1992, 1994, 2010, 2012
4 Young Irelands 7 1902, 1910, 1920, 1922, 1928, 1930, 1932
South Liberties 7 1888, 1889, 1890, 1972, 1976, 1978, 1981
5 Croom 6 1908, 1919, 1924, 1929, 1940, 1941
6 Adare 5 2001, 2002, 2007, 2008, 2009
Cappamore 5 1904, 1954, 1956, 1959, 1964
7 Caherline 3 1896, 1905, 1907
Treaty Sarsfields 3 1951, 1952, 1953
8 Kilfinane 2 1897, 1899
Fedamore 2 1912, 1927
Newcastle West 2 1917, 1925
Western Gaels 2 1961, 1962
Ballybrown 2 1989, 1991
Saint Patrick's 2 1949, 1950
Bruree 2 1893, 2006
Na Piarsaigh 2 2011, 2013
9 Castleconnell 1 1950
Murroe 1 1887
Treaty Stones 1 1891
Saint Michael's 1 1895
Shamrocks 1 1898
Sallymount 1 1900
Ballingarry 1 1911
Killeedy 1 1980
Feenagh-Kilmeedy 1 1963
Garryspillane 1 2005

References[edit]

  1. ^ Greensmyth, Harry. "Who is the Daly Cup named after?". Who is the Daly Cup named after?. Limerick Leader. 
  2. ^ "Downes sets the tone for Na Piarsaigh to grind it out". Irish Independent. 6 October 2013. Retrieved 7 October 2013. 
  3. ^ "Limerick SHC: Mulcahy goal proves decisive for Kilmallock". Hogan Stand. 8 October 2012. Retrieved 9 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "The famine finishes for Na Piarsaigh in fine style". Irish Times. 10 October 2011. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 

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