Kildare Senior Camogie Championship

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Camogie was played in Kildare shortly after the sport was first organized in 1904. However, due to sparse records it is not certain when the first senior camogie championship was held.The earliest record of Camogie appears in an advertisement by Athy Ladies Hurling Club advertised a members reunion in July 1909. Kildare sent delegates to the Camogie congress of 1932, and a county board was formed in 1934 with Fr Byrne CC of Caragh as President, Mrs B McCarthy as vice-president, William Fisher of Newbridge as secretary, and Polly Smyth of Newbridge as treasurer. Camogie was reorganized at a county convention in 1954, and has been played in Kildare continuously since.[1]

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner
2015 Johnstownbridge
2014 Johnstownbridge
2013 Johnstownbridge
2012 Johnstownbridge
2011 Johnstownbridge
2010 Saint Laurence's
2009 Saint Laurence's
2008 Saint Laurence's
2007 Saint Laurence's[2]
2006 Celbridge[3]
2005 Celbridge[3]
2004 Saint Laurence's
2003 Saint Laurence's
2002 Saint Laurence's
2001 Saint Laurence's
2000 Saint Laurence's
1999 Saint Laurence's
1998 Saint Laurence's
1997 Saint Laurence's
1996 Saint Laurence's
1995 Saint Laurence's
1994 Saint Laurence's
1993 Broadford[4]
1992 Saint Laurence's
1991 Saint Laurence's
1990 Broadford
1989 Broadford
1988 Broadford
1987 Broadford
1986 Broadford
1985 Broadford
1984 Broadford
1983 Broadford
1982 Broadford
1981 Prosperous[5]
1980 Prosperous[5]
1979 Broadford
1978 Cappagh[6]
1977 Prosperous[5]
1976 Prosperous[5]
1975 Prosperous[5]
1974 Prosperous[5]
1973 Broadford
1972 Prosperous[5]
1971 Broadford
1970 Broadford
1969 Broadford
1968 Ardclough[7]
1967 Geraldines[8]
1966 Caragh[9]
1965 Caragh[9]
1964 Ballyroe St. Annes[10]
1963 Ballyroe St. Annes[10]
1962 Ballyroe St. Annes[10]
1961 Ballyroe St. Annes[10]
1960 Naas[11]
1959 Naas[11]
1958 Caragh[9]
1957 Kill[12]
1956
1955
1954 Caragh[9]
1953 Clane[13]
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1947
1946
1945
1944
1943
1942 Naas[11]
1941 Carbury[14]
1940 Carbury[14]
1939 Clane[13]
1938
1937 Carbury[14]
1936 Carbury[14]
1935
1934 Castledermot[15]
1933 Castledermot[15]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Soaring Sliothars: Centenary of Kildare Camogie 1904-2004 by Joan O'Flynn Kildare County Camogie Board*
  • Kildare GAA: A Centenary History, by Eoghan Corry, CLG Chill Dara, 1984, ISBN 0-9509370-0-2 hb ISBN 0-9509370-1-0 pb

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