2016 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship
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|Dates||19 June – 10 July 2016|
|Champions||Antrim (56th title)|
Conor Carson (captain)
Dominic McKinley & Terence McNaughton (manager)
Cahal Carvill (captain)
Sylvester McConnell (manager)
|Matches played||3 Championship|
The final is traditionally played on the second Sunday in July. The winners receive the Liam Harvey Cup.
A two-tier format was introduced in 2016. Antrim no longer receive a bye to the final.
The beaten semi-finalists in this year's Senior Championship compete in a relegation play-off with the losing team relegated to the Senior Shield for 2017.
Cavan do not participate.
Ulster Championship Semi-Finals
Ulster Championship Final
|Antrim||6-21 - 4-14||Armagh|
|C Clarke 2-07 (3f), J Connolly 2-02, J Dillon 1-02, C Carson 1-01, B McCarry, D McKernan 0-03 each, J McKeague, E McCloskey 0-01 each, C McNaughton 0-01 (f)||Report||E McGuinness 2-02, R Gaffney 0-07 (7f), J King, D Coulter 1-00 each, F Bradley, C Carvill 0-02 each, C Corvan 0-01|
Ulster Shield Semi-Finals
Ulster Shield Final
|Monaghan||2-14 - 5-13||Donegal|
|Declan Crowe (0-2), Conor Boyle (1-5, 3f, 2’65s’), Conor McKenna (0-2), Fergal Rafter (0-1,f); Mark Treanor (1-3), Brian McGuigan (0-1).||Jack O’Loughlin (1-0), Danny Cullen (1-1), Stephen Gillespie (0-1); Ronan McDermott (1-0), Niall Cleary (0-1), Lee Henderson (0-7,6f), Paddy Hannigan (1-0), Kevin Campbell (1-1) Paul Nelson (0-2)|
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