All-Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Championship

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The All-Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Championship is a hurling competition between the winners of the provincial championships at intermediate level.[1]

This competition was won by London club Robert Emmetts in 2007. This was the first English club to play in Croke Park. In 2012 Mount Leinster Rangers became the first Club from Carlow to win an All Ireland title, and built on this success by winning the Leinster Senior title the following year - another first for Carlow.[2]

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Score County Opponent Score County
2015[3] O'Donovan Rossa 1-09 Antrim Kilburn Gaels 2-03 London
2014[4] The Rower Inistioge 1-16 Kilkenny Kilnadema-Leitrim 1-09 Galway
2013[5] Clara 1-16 Kilkenny St. Gabriel's 0-11 London
2012 [6] Mount Leinster Rangers 1-13 Carlow Middletown Na Fianna 1-11 Armagh
2011 Ballymartle 3-15 Cork Dicksboro 1-20 Kilkenny
2010 St. Lachtains 3-17 Kilkenny St. Galls 0-10 Antrim
2009 Blarney 2-14 Cork Cappataggle 1-12 Galway
2008[7] Clonkill 4-15 Westmeath Tommy Larkins 3-14 Galway
2007 Robert Emmetts 1-14 London Killimordaly 0-08 Galway
2006 Dicksboro 2-13 Kilkenny Ballinhassig 1-13 Cork
2005 Kildangan 2-13 Tipperary Carrickshock 1-13 Kilkenny

Top winners[edit]

County Wins Years won
1 Kilkenny 4 2006, 2010, 2013, 2014
2 Cork 2 2009, 2011
3 Carlow 1 2012
London 1 2007
Tipperary 1 2005
Westmeath 1 2008
Antrim 1 2015

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