Men's Irish Senior Cup (field hockey)

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Men's Irish Senior Cup
CountriesRepublic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
 Northern Ireland
AdministratorHockey Ireland
First tournament1893–94
Current championThree Rock Rovers
Most successfulLisnagarvey
(23 titles)
WebsiteMen's Irish Senior Cup

The Men's Irish Senior Cup is the senior field hockey cup competition organised by Hockey Ireland, featuring men's teams from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The competition was first established in 1893, making it the oldest field hockey cup competition in the world. [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] Lisnagarvey are the competition's most successful team. [4][10]

2018–19 format[edit]

The 2018–19 format saw the Men's Irish Hockey League Division 1 teams receive a bye into Round 3, the last sixteen. Rounds 1 and 2 feature teams from the Munster, Leinster and the Ulster Senior Leagues. [11]

Finals[edit]

1890s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1893–94 Dundrum [12] 2–1 Dublin University
1894–95 Dublin University [13] 3–1 Dundrum
1895–96 Dundrum [14] 3–1 Dublin University
1896–97 Dublin University [15] 3–1 Dundrum
1897–98 Three Rock Rovers[16] 4–0 Dublin University
1898–99 Dublin University [17] w/o [note 1]
Notes
  1. ^ North Down and Cork (Cork) scratched.

1900s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1899–1900 Palmerstown (Palmerstown) [18][19] Cork (Cork)
1900–01 Dublin University [20] 2–1 Corinthians
1901–02 Dublin University [21] 5–2 Cork
1902–03 Palmerstown [22] 5–0 Cork
1903–04 Palmerstown [23] 5–1 Cork
1904–05 Palmerstown [24] 6–0 North Down
1905–06 Dublin University [25] 3–0 Malone
1906–07 Banbridge 1–1 [note 1] Palmerstown
1907–08 Three Rock Rovers 6–0 North Down
1908–09 Dundrum [26] 1–0 Banbridge
Notes
  1. ^ Banbridge awarded Cup when Palmerstown scratched from the replay.

1910s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1909–10 Monkstown 3–1 Queen's University
1910–11 Royal Hibernians [27] 3–2 [note 1] Banbridge
1911–12 Queen's University 4–2 Three Rock Rovers
1912–13 Royal Hibernians 3–0 Banbridge
1913–14 Monkstown [28] 1–0 Queen's University
Notes
  1. ^ Royal Hibernians win after extra time.

1920s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1919–20 Royal Hibernians 2–1 Banbridge
1920–21 Royal Hibernians [29] 9–0 Queen's University
1921–22 Limerick PYMA (Limerick) [30] 1–0 Banbridge
1922–23 Banbridge [31] 3–2 Monkstown
1923–24 Banbridge [32] 1–0 Limerick PYMA
1924–25 Lisnagarvey [33][34][35] 3–0 [note 1] Limerick PYMA
1925–26 Banbridge [36] 5–1 Railway & Steam Packet Union
1926–27 Lisnagarvey [37] 2–1 [note 2] Railway & Steam Packet Union
1927–28 Limerick PYMA [38] 2–1 [note 3] Antrim
1928–29 Railway & Steam Packet Union [39] Limerick PYMA
Notes
  1. ^ 2nd Replay - Game 1: 0-0 3 periods of extra time; Game 2: 1-1 4 periods of extra time.
  2. ^ After extra time
  3. ^ After extra time

1930s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1929–30 Railway & Steam Packet Union [40] 2–1 [note 1] Limerick PYMA
1930–31 Railway Union[41] 2–0 Maryville
1931–32 Cliftonville [42] 4–1 Dublin University
1932–33 Pembroke Wanderers [43] 2–0 Banbridge
1933–34 Dublin University [44] 5–0 Limerick PYMA
1934–35 Dublin University [45] 2–0 Cliftonville
1935–36 Dublin University [46] 5–2 North Down
1936–37 Pembroke Wanderers [47][48] 3–1 [note 2] Queen's University
1937–38 Railway Union [49][50] 1–0 [note 3] Cork Harlequins
1938–39 Three Rock Rovers [51] 1–0 Limerick PYMA
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time
  2. ^ After replay. First game was 0–0 after two periods of extra time.
  3. ^ After replay and two periods of extra time, first game finished 0–0

1940s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1939–40 YMCA (Dublin) 2–1 Limerick PYMA
1940–41 Lisnagarvey [52] [note 1] Limerick PYMA
1941–42 Dublin University 2–1 [note 2] Maryborough
1942–43 Dublin University 5–0 Lisnagarvey
1943–44 YMCA (Dublin) [53] 2–0 [note 3] Banbridge
1944–45 Lisnagarvey 2–1 Dublin University
1945–46 Lisnagarvey 4–3 [note 4] YMCA (Dublin)
1946–47 Dublin University 2–1 Catholic Institute (Limerick)
1947–48 Banbridge [54] 3–0 Cork Church of Ireland
1948–49 YMCA (Dublin) [55] 1–0 Lisnagarvey
Notes
  1. ^ Bad weather originally delayed the final and when a date was eventually arranged it was again cancelled following the Belfast Blitz. A number of Lisnagarvey players served as A.R.P.s and were unable to travel to the final. The Irish Hockey Union and Limerick PMYA both agreed the trophy should be shared.
  2. ^ After extra time.
  3. ^ After two periods of extra time.
  4. ^ After extra time.

1950s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1949–50 YMCA (Dublin) [56] 4–1 [note 1] Cork Harlequins
1950–51 Lisnagarvey [57] 2–1 YMCA (Dublin)
1951–52 Lisnagarvey [58] 4–3 [note 2] Pembroke Wanderers
1952–53 Three Rock Rovers 3–1 Lansdowne
1953–54 YMCA (Dublin) [59][60] 4–2 Antrim
1954–55 Lansdowne [61] 2–1 YMCA (Dublin)
1955–56 Banbridge [62] 1–0 Lansdowne
1956–57 YMCA (Dublin) [63] 4–3 [note 3] Banbridge
1957–58 Lisnagarvey [64] 2–0 Dublin University
1958–59 Three Rock Rovers [65] 1–0 Lisnagarvey
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time.
  2. ^ After extra time.
  3. ^ After extra time.

1960s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1959–60 Lisnagarvey [66][67] 4–3 Three Rock Rovers
1960–61 Belfast YMCA [68][69] 1–0 Lansdowne
1961–62 Three Rock Rovers [70][71][72] 0–0 [note 1] Lisnagarvey
1962–63 Three Rock Rovers [73] 1–0 Lansdowne
1963–64 Three Rock Rovers [74] 3–1 Cork Church of Ireland
1964–65 YMCA (Dublin) [75][76] 1–0 [note 2] Portrush
1965–66 Lisnagarvey [77] 3–0 Pembroke Wanderers
1966–67 Cork Church of Ireland [78] 2–1 Pembroke Wanderers
1967–68 Cork Church of Ireland [79] 1–0 Railway Union
1968–69 Cork Church of Ireland [80] 1–0 Queen's University
Notes
  1. ^ Three Rock Rovers and Lisnagarvey shared the trophy shared after two replays. First game finished 2–2; Second game finished 1–1.
  2. ^ After extra time in replay - Game 1: 1-1.

1970s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1969–70 Lisnagarvey [81] 1–0 [note 1] Monkstown
1970–71 Lisnagarvey [82] 2–1 [note 2] Cork Church of Ireland
1971–72 Queen's University [83] 3–0 Monkstown
1972–73 Pembroke Wanderers [84] 1–0 Cork Church of Ireland
1973–74 Three Rock Rovers [85] 2–1 Cork Church of Ireland
1974–75 Cliftonville [86][87] 1–0 Railway Union
1975–76 Cliftonville [88][89] 4–1 Waterford (Waterford)
1976–77 Belfast YMCA [90] 1–0 Three Rock Rovers
1977–78 YMCA (Dublin) [91] 1–0 Lisnagarvey
1978–79 YMCA (Dublin) [92] 2–0 Belfast YMCA
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time.
  2. ^ After 2 periods of extra time.

1980s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1979–80 Belfast YMCA [93][94] 2–0 Cookstown
1980–81 Queen's University[95] 1–0 Lisnagarvey
1981–82 Banbridge 2–0 Cliftonville
1982–83 Belfast YMCA [96] 2–1 Avoca
1983–84 Banbridge [97] 3–1 Annadale
1984–85 Belfast YMCA 2–1 Avoca
1985–86 Banbridge 4–3 Three Rock Rovers
1986–87 Cookstown 4–0 Banbridge
1987–88 Lisnagarvey 3–2 Cookstown
1988–89 Lisnagarvey 1–0 Avoca

1990s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1989–90 Lisnagarvey 4–0 YMCA (Dublin)
1990–91 Lisnagarvey 3–0 Cork Harlequins
1991–92 Lisnagarvey 3–1 [note 1] Holywood '87 (Holywood)
1992–93 Lisnagarvey 1–0 Avoca
1993–94 Lisnagarvey 2–0 Banbridge
1994–95 Instonians 2–1 Cork Harlequins
1995–96 Avoca [5][8][98] 3–2 [note 2] Lisnagarvey
1996–97 Lisnagarvey [99][100] 4–3 Pembroke Wanderers
1997–98 Instonians 3–2 Three Rock Rovers
1998–99 Cork Church of Ireland 4–3 Three Rock Rovers
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time.
  2. ^ After replay and two periods of extra time. First game finished 2–2.

Source:[1]

2000s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1999–2000 Pembroke Wanderers 3–3 [note 1] Lisnagarvey
2000–01 Glennane 2–1 YMCA (Dublin)
2001–02 Instonians [101] 2–1 Pembroke Wanderers
2002–03 Lisnagarvey [102] 3–2 Cork Harlequins
2003–04 Instonians [103][104][105] 1–0 [note 2] Cork Harlequins
2004–05 Lisnagarvey [106][107] 3–2 Instonians
2005–06 Cork Harlequins [108][109][110] 2–1 Lisnagarvey
2006–07 Glennane [111][112][113] 4–3 [note 3] Annadale
2007–08 Pembroke Wanderers [114][115][116] 3–0 Monkstown
2008–09 Pembroke Wanderers [117][118][119] 6–0 Cookstown
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time. Pembroke Wanderers won 4–3 on penalties.
  2. ^ After extra time
  3. ^ After extra time - golden goal.

Source:[1]

2010s[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
2009–10 Glennane [120][121] 4–1 Monkstown Belfield
2010–11 Cookstown [122][123][124][125] 4–3 Monkstown Belfield
2011–12 Cork Harlequins [126][127][128] 4–3 Railway Union
2012–13 Monkstown [129][130] 5–4 Pembroke Wanderers Belfield
2013–14 Three Rock Rovers [131][132] 2–2 [note 1] Pembroke Wanderers
2014–15 Banbridge [133][134][135][136] 2–1 [note 2] Cork Church of Ireland Belfield
2015–16 Monkstown [137][138][139] 2–2 [note 3] Lisnagarvey Belfield
2016–17 Banbridge [140][141][142] 3–1 Monkstown Belfield
2017–18 Three Rock Rovers [143][144][145] 5–2 Pembroke Wanderers Belfield
2018–19 Three Rock Rovers [146][147] 1–0 Lisnagarvey Grange Road
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time. Three Rock Rovers won on penalties.
  2. ^ After extra time.
  3. ^ After extra time; Monkstown won 6–5 after a penalty shoot-out.

Source:[1]

List of winners by club[edit]

Club Titles Seasons
Lisnagarvey 23 1924–25, 1926–27, 1940–41, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1950–51, 1951–52, 1957–58, 1959–60, 1961–62, 1965–66, 1969–70, 1970–71, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2002–03, 2004–05. (Note 1) (Note 2)
Dublin University 12 1894–95, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1900–01, 1901–02, 1905–06, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1935–36, 1941–42, 1942–43, 1946–47
Three Rock Rovers 12 1897–98, 1907–08, 1938–39, 1952–53, 1958–59, 1961–62, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1973–74, 2013–14, 2017–18, 2018–19 (Note 2)
Banbridge 11 1906–07, 1922–23, 1923–24, 1925–26, 1947–48, 1955–56, 1981–82, 1983–84, 1985–86, 2014–15, 2016–17
YMCA (Dublin) 9 1939-40, 1943–44, 1948–49, 1949–50, 1953–54, 1956–57, 1964–65, 1977–78, 1978–79
Pembroke Wanderers 6 1932–33, 1936–37, 1972–73, 1999–2000, 2007–08, 2008–09
Belfast YMCA 5 1960–61, 1976–77, 1979–80, 1982–83, 1984–85
Cork Church of Ireland 4 1966–67, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1998–99
Monkstown 4 1909–10, 1913–14, 2012–13, 2015–16
Palmerstown (Palmerstown) 4 1899–1900, 1902–03, 1903–04, 1904–05
Railway Union 4 1928–29, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1937–38
Royal Hibernians 4 1910–11, 1912–13, 1919–20, 1920–21
Cliftonville 3 1931–32, 1974–75, 1975–76
Dundrum 3 1893–94, 1895–96, 1908–09
Glenanne 3 2000–01, 2006–07, 2009–10
Limerick PYMA (Limerick) 3 1921–22, 1927–28, 1940–41 (Note 1)
Queen's University 3 1911–12, 1971–72, 1980–81
Cookstown 2 1986–87, 2010–11
Cork Harlequins 2 2005–06, 2011–12
Avoca 1 1995–96
Lansdowne 1 1954–55
Notes

  • ^1 In 1940–41 bad weather originally delayed the final and when a date was eventually arranged it was again cancelled following the Belfast Blitz. A number of Lisnagarvey players served as A.R.P.s and were unable to travel to the final. The Irish Hockey Union and Limerick PMYA both agreed the trophy should be shared. [52]
  • ^2 In 1961–62 Three Rock Rovers and Lisnagarvey shared the trophy shared after two replays. First game finished 2–2; Second game finished 1–1.

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