Dublin Intermediate Football Championship

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Dublin Intermediate Football Championship
IrishCraobh Idirmheánach Peile
Bhaile Átha Cliath
Founded1946
Title holdersRound Towers Lusk (1st title)
Most titlesSt. Brigids (5 titles)
Sponsors?

The Dublin Intermediate Football Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association competition organised by Dublin GAA between second tier Gaelic football clubs in County Dublin, Ireland. The winning team qualifies to represent the county in the Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship, the winner of which goes on to the All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Championship. The winners of the Dublin IFC also qualify to play in the Dublin Senior Football Championship. In 2018, a second Intermediate Championship was added. The new championship was entitled the Dublin All County Intermediate Football Championship. The 2018 Dublin Intermediate Championship will consist of 17 teams and does not include any club that also has a team in the senior championship. The all county championship is an intermediate championship that consists of clubs that are also at senior level.[1]

Top winners[edit]

Team Winner Winning Years
1 St. Brigids 5 1958, 1980, 1992, 2005, 2010
2 St Vincent's 4 1953, 1977, 1991, 2015
3 Garristown 3 1970, 1982, 1999
4 Naomh Ólaf 2 1993, 2013
St. Maur's 2 1973, 2003
Kilmacud Crokes 2 1978, 1987
Naomh Fionnbarra 2 1966, 2000
Clann Coláiste Mhuire 2 1983, 1988
St Anne's 2 1964, 1985
Cuala 2 1981, 2012
Skerries Harps 2 1955, 2011
Ballyboughal 2 1968, 1972
5 Ballyboden St. Enda's 1 1971
Templeogue Synge Street 1 2008
Craobh Chiaráin 1 1969
Fingal Ravens 1 2007
Whitehall Gaels 1 1967
Guinness 1 1965
Scoil Ui Chonaill 1 1963
St Callians 1 1962
Rialto Gaels 1 1961
Synge St PP 1 1960
Inchicore Hibs 1 1959
Fingallians 1 1957
O'Dwyer's 1 1956
Erin's Isle 1 1954
Round Towers, Clondalkin 1 1952
St Agnes 1 1951
Fintan Lawlors 1 1950
St Finians (Newcastle) 1 1949
Peadar Mackens 1 1948
Portrane 1 1947
Parish Gaels 1 1946
St. Peregrine's 1 2006
Garda 1 1986
Parnells 1 2004
St Mark's 1 2002
St Finians (Swords) 1 2001
Ballinteer St. Johns 1 1998
Raheny 1 1997
Naomh Mearnóg 1 1996
Lucan Sarsfields 1 1995
Trinity Gaels 1 1994
Naomh Barróg 1 1990
Kilmore 1 1989
Innisfails 1 1984
Ballymun Kickhams 1 1979
St Marys (Saggart) 1 1976
St Oliver Plunketts 1 1975
St Patrick's, Palmerstown 1 2009
St Endas 1 1974
Castleknock 1 2014
Na Fianna 1 2017
Round Towers Lusk 1 2018

Finals Listed By Year[edit]

Year Winner Opponent
2018[2] Round Towers Lusk 1-18 Naomh Barróg 0-15
2017 Na Fianna 2-13 St Jude's 1-11
2016[3] Fingallians 2-16 Ballymun Kickhams 2-07
2015 St Vincent's 1-12 St Patrick's, Donabate 1-06
2014 Castleknock 1-10 Fingallians 1-07
2013 Naomh Ólaf 1-13 Fingallians 0-12
2012 Cuala 1-15 Fingallians 1-11
2011 Skerries Harps 1-11 Cuala 1-10
2010 St. Brigid's 1-14 Cuala 0-09
2009 St Patrick's, Palmerstown 1-08 Naomh Barróg 1-03
2008 Templeogue Synge Street 2-7 Kilmacud Crokes 0-10
2007 Fingal Ravens 0-7 St. Brigid's 0-6
2006 St. Peregrine's St. Margaret's
2005 St. Brigid's 0-11 St Jude's 0-4
2004 Parnells
2003 St. Maur's 1-6 Parnells 0-8
2002 St Mark's
2001 St Finians, Swords 5-10 O'Dwyers 0-11
2000 Naomh Fionnbarra Good Counsel
1999 Garristown 0-14 Craobh Chiaráin 0-12
1998 Ballinteer St. Johns Naomh Fionnbarra
1997 Raheny Naomh Fionnbarra
1996 Naomh Mearnóg
1995 Lucan Sarsfields St Vincents
1994 Trinity Gaels St. Kevin's
1993 Naomh Ólaf
1992 St. Brigid's
1991 St Vincent's St. Brigid's
1990 Naomh Barróg St. Maur's
1989 Kilmore St. Monica's - replay
1988 Clann Colaiste Mhuire
1987 Kilmacud Crokes An Caislean
1986 Garda
1985 St Anne's
1984 Innisfails St Anne's
1983 Clann Colaiste Mhuire Craobh Chiaráin (replay)
1982 Garristown
1981 Cuala Man o' War
1980 St. Brigid's St. Brendan's
1979 Ballymun Kickhams
1978 Kilmacud Crokes 3-10 Lucan Sarsfields 0-11
1977 St Vincent's
1976 St Marys (Saggart)
1975 St Oliver Plunketts
1974 St Enda's (Crumlin) 0-11 St. Brendan's 0-7 (replay)
1973 St. Maur's St. Brigid's (replay)
1972 Ballyboughal St. Brendan's
1971 Ballyboden St. Enda's
1970 Garristown
1969 Craobh Chiaráin
1968 Ballyboughal St Sylvesters
1967 Whitehall Gaels
1966 Naomh Fionnbarra Clanna Gael
1965 Guinness
1964 St Anne's
1963 Scoil Ui Chonaill
1962 St Callians
1961 Rialto Gaels
1960 Synge St PP
1959 Inchicore Hibs
1958 St. Brigid's
1957 Fingallians
1956 O'Dwyer's
1955 Skerries Harps
1954 Erin's Isle
1953 St Vincent's St Endas, Crumlin
1952 Round Towers, Clondalkin
1951 St Agnes Round Towers, Clondalkin
1950 Fintan Lawlors Round Towers, Clondalkin
1949 St Finian's (Newcastle)
1948 Peadar Macken's Round Towers, Clondalkin
1947 Portrane
1946 Parish Gaels
1945
1944
1943
1942
1941
1940
1939
1938
1937
1936
1935
1934 St Marys (Saggart) Pioneers
1933
1932
1931
1930 St. Lawrences
1929 Dolphins
1928 St. Joseph's
1927 Parnells
1926
1925
1924
1923
1922
1921
1920 Dun Laoighire Commercials
1919
1918 St Marys (Saggart)

All County Championship[edit]

The Dublin All County Intermediate Football Championship which began in 2018, is a championship consisting of 12 clubs that have teams in the senior championship but also have a side that is at an intermediate level. The winners of this championship do not progress to the senior championship as they already have a team at that level. The championship begins with four groups of three teams in a league format. The top two teams in the leagues progress to the knockout stage and opposition is decided through an open draw. The teams that finish at the bottom of each league must compete in a series of games to prevent relegation to the Dublin Junior Football Championship 1 (all county).[4]

Final[edit]

2018 Round Towers, Lusk 1-18 - 0-15 Naomh Barróg ???
Referee: Parnell Park
Man of the Match: ???

Notes and references[edit]

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  3. ^ "Flynn helps Fingallians to Dublin IFC glory". Hogan Stand. 31 October 2016. Retrieved 1 November 2016.
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