2011–12 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship

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2011–12 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship
Winners
Champions Crossmaglen Rangers (5th win)

The 2011–12 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship is a Gaelic football tournament played between senior football clubs from all over Ireland. The 2010-11 champions were Crossmaglen Rangers from Armagh who defeated St. Brigids from Roscommon on 17 March 2011 to win their 5th title. On 31 March 2012, Crossmaglen retained their All-Ireland title after a 2-19 to 1-7 win against Garrycastle in a replay.[1][2]

Ireland

Structure[edit]

Each of Ireland's 32 counties play their own championship between all the senior Gaelic football clubs in the county - depending on the county, it can be league,knockout or a mixture of both. The 32 county champions play in the 4 provincial championships, with the four winners of these advancing to the All-Ireland Semi Final. The All-Ireland Final was played in Croke Park on St. Patrick's Day 2012.

Schedule:

  • County championships: June 2011 - November 2011
  • Provincial championships: October 2011 - January 2012
  • All-Ireland quarter final: December 2011
  • All-Ireland semi finals: February 2012
  • All-Ireland final: 17 March 2012

County Finals Results[edit]

Leinster[edit]

  • Longford SFC Final
    • Longford Slashers 0-7, 0-6 Clonguish, Pearse Park, 11/9/2011.
  • Westmeath SFC Final and Final Replay
    • Garrycastle 0-11, 1-8 Mullingar Shamrocks, Cusack Park, 2/10/2011,
    • Garrycastle 1-9, 0-9 Mullingar Shamrocks, Cusack Park, 23/10/2011.
  • Meath SFC Final and Final Replay
  • Offaly SFC Final
  • Kildare SFC Final
  • Wexford SFC Final
  • Laois SFC Final
    • Portlaoise 1-12, 1-6 Graiguecullen, O'Moore Park, 16/10/2011,
  • Carlow SFC Final
  • Louth SFC Final and Final Replay
    • St Patrick's 0-10, 1-7 Newtown Blues, Drogheda Park, 16/10/2011,
    • St Patrick's 1-12, 0-9 Newtown Blues, Dowdallshill, 30/10/2011.
  • Dublin SFC Final
    • St Brigids 0-10, 0-8 St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh, Parnell Park, 6/11/2011
  • Wicklow SFC Final
  • St Marys will not represent Wicklow in the Leinster SCFC as divisional teams are not eligible to compete in the provincial championships.

Ulster[edit]

Connacht[edit]

Munster[edit]

London[edit]

  • London SFC Final
    • Fulham Gaels 1-8, 0-7 Parnells, Ruislip, 16/12/2011.

Fixtures and Results[edit]

Leinster Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Ulster Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Connacht Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

Munster Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship[edit]

18 February 2012
2:30pm
Semi Final
St Brigids (Roscommon) 1-9 - 1-11 Garrycastle (Westmeath)
K Mannion (1-0), S Kilbride (0-3), Cathal McHugh (0-2), N Grehan, I Kilbride, Conor McHugh (0-1) each. Report D Dolan (0-7), J Dolan (1-1), J Duignan, P Dillon, G Dolan (0-1).
Pearse Park, Longford
Referee: J McQuillan (Cavan)

18 February 2012
2:30pm
Semi Final
Dr Crokes (Kerry) 2-8 - 3-8 Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh)
D Casey, C Brady (1-0) each, C Cooper (0-3), E Brosnan, A O'Donovan, A Kenneally, B Looney, J Doolan (0-1) each. Report A Kernan (1-3), S Kernan, M McNamee (1-0) each, O McConville (0-2), A Cunningham, J Clarke, D McKenna (0-1) each.

17 March 2012
3:30pm
Final
Garrycastle (Westmeath) 1-12 - 0-15 Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh)
D Dolan (0-6), P Mulvihill (1-1), J Dolan (0-2), P Dillon, J Duignan, A Browne (0-1) each. [1] and [2] O McConville (0-6) , J Clarke (0-3), A Kernan, T Kernan (0-2) each, D McKenna, M McNamee (0-1) each.
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 25,412
Referee: R Hickey (Clare)

31 March 2012
3:30pm
Final Replay
Garrycastle (Westmeath) 1-7 - 2-19 Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh)
D Dolan (0-4), G Dolan (1-0), C Cosgrove (0-2), D O'Shaughnessy (0-1). Report F Hanratty (2-1), O McConville (0-6), A Kernan, S Kernan (0-3) each, A Cunningham (0-2), J Hanratty, T Kernan, K Carragher (0-1) each.
Breffni Park, Cavan
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Armagh's Crossmaglen win sixth All-Ireland title". Irish Examiner. 31 March 2012. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "As it happened: Garrycastle v Crossmaglen, All-Ireland club final replay". Journal.ie. 31 March 2012. Retrieved 4 April 2012.