Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship

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Leinster Intermediate Club
Football Championship
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Irish

An Chraobh Chomórtas Peile Eadar-Club

Idir-Mheánach
Founded 2003
Title holders Kilanerin Ballyfad (Wexford) (1st title)

The Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship is an annual Gaelic football tournament played between the Intermediate football champions of the 12 counties of Leinster. The winners will represent the province in the semi-final of the All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Championship.

Top winners[edit]

Team County Wins Years won
1 Kilanerin Ballyfad Wexford 1 2017
St. Colmcille's Meath 1 2016
Ratoath Meath 1 2015
Seán O'Mahonys Louth 1 2014
Geraldines Louth 1 2013
Monasterevin Kildare 1 2012
Éire Óg Greystones Wicklow 1 2011
Ballymore Eustace Kildare 1 2010
Maynooth Kildare 1 2009
Ballyroan Abbey Laois 1 2008
Fingal Ravens Dublin 1 2007
Confey Kildare 1 2006
Crettyard Laois 1 2005
Wolfe Tones Meath 1 2004
Dundalk Gaels Louth 1 2003

Winners by County[edit]

County Clubs (Years Won)
4 Kildare Monasterevin (2012), Ballymore Eustace (2010), Maynooth (2009), Confey (2006).
3 Meath St. Colmcille's (2016), Ratoath (2015), Wolfe Tones (2004).
Louth Seán O'Mahonys (2014), Geraldines (2013), Dundalk Gaels (2003).
2 Laois Ballyroan Abbey (2008), Crettyard (2005).
1 Wexford Kilanerin Ballyfad (2017)
Wicklow Eire Og Greystones (2011)
Dublin Fingal Ravens (2007)

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner County Opponent County
2017 [1] Kilanerin Ballyfad 0-13 Wexford Ballyboughal 0-11 Dublin
2016 [2] St. Colmcille's 0-13 Meath Rosemount 1-9 Westmeath
2015[3] Ratoath 2-13 Meath Athlone 2-9 Westmeath
2014[4] Sean O'Mahony's 0-10 Louth Ballinlough 1-4 Meath
2013[5][6] Geraldines 2-9 0-13 Louth St. Olaf's 1-12 0-9 Dublin
2012[7] Monasterevin 0-4 Kildare O'Connell's 0-3 Louth
2011[8] Éire Óg Greystones 0-8 Wicklow Confey 0-6 Kildare
2010 Ballymore Eustace 0-12 Kildare Nobber 0-10 Meath
2009 Maynooth 1-8 Kildare Tubberclair 0-8 Westmeath
2008 Ballyroan Abbey 2-8 Laois St Ultans 0-8 Meath
2007 Fingal Ravens 1-9 Dublin Donaghmore-Ashbourne 0-9 Meath
2006 Confey 3-7 Kildare Tubber 1-8 Offaly
2005 Crettyard 0-13 Laois Rathcline 1-8 Longford
2004 Wolfe Tones 1-10 Meath Naas 0-8 Kildare
2003 Dundalk Gaels 2-5 Louth Arles/Killeen 0-7 Laois

2010 Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Final Semi Final Final
Timahoe (Laois) 0-11  
Carrickedmond (Longford) 1-5     Timahoe (Laois) 0-12  
        Annacurra (Wicklow) 0-7  
          Timahoe (Laois) 0-7  
Ballymore Eustace (Kildare) 3-9       Ballymore Eustace (Kildare) 0-14  
Dundalk Young Irelands (Louth) 1-7     Ballymore Eustace (Kildare) 2-10  
        Cuala (Dublin) 0-5  
          Ballymore Eustace (Kildare) 0-12
* St Mary's Rosslare (Wexford) 2-5       Nobber (Meath) 0-10
Naomh Eoin (Carlow) 2-7     Naomh Eoin (Carlow) 0-10  
        Muckalee (Kilkenny) 0-8  
          Naomh Eoin (Carlow) 1-7  
Bunbrosna (Westmeath) 1-13       Nobber (Meath) 0-11  
St. Rynaghs (Offaly) 1-6     Bunbrosna (Westmeath) 1-11      
        Nobber (Meath) 2-10      
     

2011 Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Final Semi Final Final
O'Raghallaighs (Louth) 0-14  
Moynalvey (Meath) 0-8     Ó Raghallaighs (Louth) 0-7  
        Éire Óg Greystones (Wicklow) 1-6  
          Éire Óg Greystones (Wicklow) 2-11  
St Brigids (Offaly) 1-10       St Brigids (Offaly) 0-12  
Killeshin (Laois) 0-9     St Brigids (Offaly) 1-10  
        St. Martin's (Wexford) 0-7  
          Éire Óg Greystones (Wicklow) 0-8
St Andrews (Carlow) 1-7       Confey (Kildare) 0-6
Muckalee (Kilkenny) 1-13     Muckalee (Kilkenny) 0-7  
        Skerries Harps (Dublin) 1-8  
          Skerries Harps (Dublin) 0-9  
Coralstown/Kinnegad (Westmeath) 0-18       Confey (Kildare) 2-8  
St Brigids (Longford) 0-5     Coralstown/Kinnegad (Westmeath) 1-13      
        Confey (Kildare) 3-8      
     

2015 Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Final Semi Final Final
Glynn-Barntown (Wexford) 2-15  
Kilkerley Emmets (Louth) 0-12     Glynn-Barntown (Wexford) 1-10  
        Rathcline (Longford) 0-12  
          Glynn-Barntown (Wexford) 0-6  
Ballymanus (Wicklow) 0-8       Athlone (Westmeath) 1-6  
Athlone (Westmeath) 3-12     Athlone (Westmeath) 1-12  
        O'Hanrahans (Carlow) 0-4  
          Athlone (Westmeath) 2-9
Ratoath (Meath) 2-12       Ratoath (Meath) 2-13
St. Patrick's Donabate (Dublin) 0-11     Ratoath (Meath) 2-19  
        Railyard (Kilkenny) 0-6  
          Ratoath (Meath) 3-13  
Castledermot (Kildare) 0-8       Castledermot (Kildare) 1-6  
Clonaslee-St. Manmans (Laois) 0-5     Castledermot (Kildare) 2-15 (AET)      
        Ballycumber (Offaly) 1-15 (AET)      
     

2016 Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship[edit]

Preliminary Round Quarter Final Semi Final Final
St. Brigid's Killashee (Longford) 1-11  
O'Dempseys (Laois) 2-16     O'Dempseys (Laois) 0-9  
        Round Towers (Kildare) 0-11  
          Round Towers (Kildare) 1-7  
Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney (Wicklow) 2-11       St. Colmcille's (Meath) 1-9  
Taghmon/Camross (Wexford) 1-11     Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney (Wicklow) 2-10  
        St. Colmcille's (Meath) 1-16  
          St. Colmcille's (Meath) 0-13
St. Joseph's (Louth) 1-11       Rosemount (Westmeath) 1-9
St. Andrew's (Carlow) 0-13     St. Joseph's (Louth) 3-6  
        Fingallians (Dublin) 2-15  
          Fingallians (Dublin) 1-11 (A.E.T.)  
Railyard (Kilkenny) 0-4       Rosemount (Westmeath) 1-13 (A.E.T.)  
Cappincur (Offaly) 1-16     Cappincur (Offaly) 0-8      
        Rosemount (Westmeath) 2-10      
     

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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