1913 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
|Winning team||Kilkenny (7th win)|
|Captain||Dick 'Drug' Walsh|
|Captain||Patrick "Wedger" Meagher|
|All-Star Team||See here|
The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1913 was the 27th series of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, Ireland's premier hurling knock-out competition. Kilkenny won the championship, beating Tipperary 2-4 to 1-2 in the final.
Quarter-final: (1 match) This was a lone match between the Leinster champions and Glasgow. One team was eliminated at this stage while the winning team advanced to the semi-finals.
Semi-finals: (2 matches) The winning team from the lone quarter-final join Lancashire and the Connacht and Munster representatives to make up the semi-final pairings. Two teams are eliminated at this stage while the two winning teams advance to the All-Ireland final.
Final: (1 match) The winners of the two semi-finals contest this game with the winners being declared All-Ireland champions.
|Sligo v MayoSemi-final 10 August||Sligo||2-1 - 1-4||Mayo||Sligo|
|Roscommon v GalwaySemi-final 17 August||Roscommon||3-4 - 3-2||Galway||Roscommon|
|Mayo v SligoSemi-final replay||Mayo||w/o - scr.||Sligo|
|Roscommon v MayoFinal||Roscommon||w/o - scr.||Mayo|
|Offaly v WestmeathQuarter-final 15 June||Offaly||5-2 - 2-2||Westmeath||Tullamore|
|Dublin v WexfordQuarter-final 15 June||Dublin||5-5 - 0-5||Wexford||Croke Park|
|Dublin v OffalySemi-final 13 July||Dublin||6-6 - 4-1||Offaly||Portlaoise|
|Referee: H Boland
|Laois v KilkennySemi-final 13 July||Laois||2-6 - 8-3||Kilkenny||Portlaoise|
|Referee: P Dunphy
|Kilkenny v DublinFinal 24 August||Kilkenny||1-0 - 0-3||Dublin||Wexford Park|
|Referee: P Breen
|Kilkenny v DublinFinal replay 28 September||Kilkenny||7-5 - 2-1||Dublin||Wexford Park|
|Referee: B Tarrant
|Kerry v ClareQuarter-final 11 May||Kerry||2-2 - 7-1||Clare||LIstowel|
|Waterford v TipperaryQuarter-final 15 June||Waterford||2-2 - 6-0||Tipperary||Waterford|
|Cork v LimerickSemi-final 13 July||Cork||3-3 - 1-2||Limerick||Thurles Sportsfield|
|Tipperary v ClareSemi-final 17 August||Tipperary||3-2 - 2-0||Clare||Markets Field|
|Tipperary v CorkFinal 21 September||Tipperary||8-1 - 5-3||Cork||Fraher Field|
|Glasgow v KilkennyQuarter-final 21 June||Glasgow||5-2 - 10-6||Kilkenny||Glasgow|
|Kilkenny v LancashireSemi-final 4 August||Kilkenny||4-4 - 1-4||Lancashire||Liverpool|
|Tipperary v RoscommonSemi-final 19 October||Tipperary||10-1 - 0-1||Roscommon||Croke Park|
|Referee: MF Crowe (Limerick)
|Kilkenny v TipperaryFinal 2 November||Kilkenny||2-4 - 1-2||Tipperary||Croke Park|
Referee: MF Crowe (Limerick)
- For the first time since the 1899 championship there are no representatives from the Ulster championship.
- Roscommon win the Connacht championship for the first and only time in their history.
- Kilkenny win their first three-in-a-row of All-Ireland titles.
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