Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship

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Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship
Flag of Ulster.svg
Irish Craobh Sinsear Iomána Club Ulaidh
Founded 1970
Trophy Four Seasons Cup[1]
Title holders Loughgiel Shamrocks (8th title)
Most titles Cuchullians, Dunloy (10 titles)
Sponsors AIB

The Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship is an annual tournament played between the senior hurling clubs in Ulster. There are county championships in each of the nine counties of Ulster. The county champions go on to play each other in the Ulster Club Championship in a knock-out format; the winners go on to compete with the Connacht, Leinster, Munster and London champions in the All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship.

Top winners[edit]

Team Wins Years won Last Losing Final
1 Cuchullians, Dunloy 10 1990, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2009 N/A
2 Ruairi Og, Cushendall 9 1981, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1999, 2006, 2008 2005
3 Loughgiel Shamrocks 8 1970, 1971, 1982, 1989, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 N/A
3 McQuillan's, Ballycastle 6 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1986 1998
5 O'Donovan Rossa 4 1972, 1977, 1988, 2004 1976
6 Ballygalget 3 1975, 1998, 2005 2008
6 Ballycran 3 1974, 1976, 1993 2011

List of finals[edit]

Year Winner Score County Opponent Score County
2013/14[2] Loughgiel Shamrocks 3-14 Antrim Slaughtneil 1-15 Derry
2012/13[3] Loughgiel Shamrocks 2-25 Antrim Portaferry 0-12 Down
2011/12 Loughgiel Shamrocks 2-18 Antrim Ballycran 0-08 Down
2010/11 Loughgiel Shamrocks 2-24 Antrim Keady Lamh Dhearg 0-06 Armagh
2009/10 Dunloy 2-16 Antrim Ballycran 2-11 Down
2008/09 Cushendall 1-14 Antrim Ballygalget 1-13 Down
2007/08 Dunloy 2-14 Antrim Kevin Lynch's 2-8 Derry
2006/07 Cushendall 1-13; 1-15 Antrim Kevin Lynch's 2-10; 1-7 Derry
2005/06 Ballygalget 1-18 Down Cushendall 3-8 Antrim
2004/05 O'Donovan Rossa 0-16 Antrim Ballygalget 0-14 Down
2003/04 Dunloy 3-19 Antrim Kevin Lynch's 0-09 Derry
2002/03 Dunloy 0-12 Antrim Portaferry 1-06 Down
2001/02 Dunloy 3-11 Antrim Lavey 1-7 Derry
2000/01 Dunloy 4-11 Antrim Slaughtneil 0-09 Derry
1999/00 Cushendall 1-12 Antrim Ballygalget 1-8 Down
1998/99 Ballygalget 1-13; 1-14 Down McQuillans, Ballycastle 3-7; 1-12 Antrim
1997/98 Dunloy 3-16 Antrim Lavey 4-10 Derry
1996/97 Cushendall Antrim Portaferry Down
1995/96 Dunloy 2-18 Antrim Ballycran 0-9 Down
1994/95 Dunloy 3-9 Antrim Lavey 1-12 Derry
1993/94 Ballycran 2-10 Down Cushendall 0-12 Antrim
1992/93 Cushendall 2-12 Antrim Ballygalget 1-10 Down
1991/92 Cushendall 1-16 Antrim Portaferry 0-05 Down
1990/91 Dunloy 0-17 Antrim Ballygalget 2-4 Down
1989/90 Loughgiel Shamrocks 1-14 Antrim Portaferry 2-09 Down
1988/89 O'Donovan Rossa 0-13 Antrim Lavey 0-11 Derry
1987/88 Cushendall 3-10 Antrim Ballycran 1-06 Down
1986/87 McQuillans, Ballycastle 1-13 Antrim Lavey 1-08 Derry
1985/86 Cushendall 0-19 Antrim Ballycran 0-10 Down
1984/85 McQuillans, Ballycastle 1-14 Antrim Ballycran 1-03 Down
1983/84 McQuillans, Ballycastle 4-12 Antrim Ballygalget 2-03 Down
1982/83 Loughgiel Shamrocks 1-09 Antrim Ballygalget 0-09 Down
1981/82 Cushendall 4-17 Antrim Portaferry 0-09 Down
1980/81 McQuillans, Ballycastle 1-20 Antrim Ballycran 0-13 Down
1979/80 McQuillans, Ballycastle 0-11 Antrim Ballycran 0-08 Down
1978/79 McQuillans, Ballycastle 2-14 Antrim Portaferry 2-07 Down
1977/78 O'Donovan Rossa 1-13 Antrim Ballycran 2-6 Down
1976/77 Ballycran 0-08 Down O'Donovan Rossa 0-07 Antrim
1975/76 Ballygalget 4-06 Down McQuillans, Ballycastle 1-09 Antrim
1974/75 Ballycran 3-5 Down Sarsfields 3-2 Antrim
1973/74 St. John's w/o Antrim Kevin Lynch's scr. Derry
1972/73 O'Donovan Rossa 2-08 Antrim Ballycran 3-02 Down
1971/72 Loughgiel Shamrocks 3-08 Antrim Portaferry 1-12 Down
1970/71 Loughgiel Shamrocks 6-14 Antrim Ballygalget 2-5 Down

By county[edit]

# County Ulster Titles Last Ulster winners
1 Antrim clubs 36 Loughgiel Shamrocks (2011)
2 Down clubs 6 Ballygalget (2005)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Hara, Eamonn (2008-10-20). "Delargy delight as 'Dall edge Ballygalget thriller". The Irish News. Retrieved 2008-10-20. 
  2. ^ "Loughgiel secure title". Irish Examiner. 28 October 2013. Retrieved 28 October 2013. 
  3. ^ "McCloskey keeps Loughgiel on track". Irish Independent. 29 October 2012. Retrieved 31 October 2012.