1890 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final
|Event||1890 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship|
|Date||26 June 1892|
|Venue||Clonturk Park, Dublin|
|Referee||M O'Brennan (Roscommon)|
The 1890 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final was a Gaelic football match played at Clonturk Park on 26 June 1892 to determine the winners of the 1890 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, the 4th season of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, a tournament organised by the Gaelic Athletic Association for the champions of the four provinces of Ireland. The final was contested by Cork of Munster who were represented by Midleton and Wexford of Leinster who were represented by Blacks and Whites, with Cork winning by 2-4 to 0-1.
The All-Ireland final had originally been fixed for 17 November 1890, however, the surprise arrival of Ulster champions Armagh necessitated a semi-final which Cork won. The final was then postponed for nineteen months, only being arranged on the Monday before the refixed date. Wexford were hampered from the beginning as they were short four of their regular team. After missing a great goal chance the Wexfordmen were in arrears by 1-3 to 0-1 at the interval.
The second half was a stop-start affair. 13 minutes of play were followed by an 8-minutes stoppage as one of the teams couldn't locate a substitute for an injured player. 3 more minutes of play followed before a 7-minute stoppage due to an injury to a Cork player. Shortly after Wexford scored a goal before bagging a second moments later to level the game. A proposed replay was cancelled due to a fair being held in Midleton and Cork were declared the champions on a score line of 2-4 to 0-1.
26 June 1892
|Cork||2-4 - 0-1||Wexford|
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