2002 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship

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All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship 2002
Championship Details
Dates 7 June - 15 September 2002
Teams 16
All Ireland Champions
Winners Limerick (4th win)
Captain Peter Lawlor
Manager Dave Keane
All Ireland Runners-up
Runners-up Galway
Captain Damien Hayes
Provincial Champions
Munster Limerick
Leinster Wexford
Ulster Antrim
Connacht Not Played
Championship Statistics
Matches Played 15
Total Goals 42 (2.8 per game)
Total Points 373 (24.86 per game)
2001
2003

The 2002 All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship was the 39th staging of the All-Ireland championship since its establishment in 1964. The championship began 7 June and ended on 15 September 2002.

Limerick were the defending champions and retained their title for a third successive year after defeating Galway by 3-17 to 0-8 in the final.[1]

Teams[edit]

Team summaries[edit]

Team Colours Sponsor Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial
Antrim Saffron and white
Carlow Red, green and yellow Stone Developments
Clare Saffron and blue Vodafone
Cork Red and white O2 1998 1998
Derry White and red open+direct 1997
Down Red and black Canal Court Hotel 1990
Dublin Blue and navy Arnotts 1972
Galway Maroon and white Supermacs 1996 1996
Kerry Green and gold Kerry Group
Kilkenny Black and amber Avonmore plc 1999 1999
Laois Blue and white Meadow Meats 1983
Limerick Green and white Red Cow Moran Hotel 2001 2001
Offaly Green, white and gold Carroll Meats 2000
Tipperary Blue and gold enfer 1995 1999
Waterford White and blue Gain Feeds 1992 1994
Wexford Purple and gold Wexford Creamery 1965 2001

Results[edit]

Leinster Under-21 Hurling Championship[edit]

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Final

Munster Under-21 Hurling Championship[edit]

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Finals

Ulster Under-21 Hurling Championship[edit]

Semi-final

Final

All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

Championship statistics[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Breheny, Martin (16 September 2002). "Limerick make history". Irish Independent. Retrieved 13 October 2013.