Leinster Junior Football Championship

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Leinster Junior Football Championship
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Founded 1906
Title holders Meath (17th title)
Most titles Dublin (20 titles)

The Leinster Junior Football Championship is a junior "knockout" competition in the game of Gaelic football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council. The competition began in 1906, with Wicklow winning during the inaugural year. The most successful county to date is Dublin who have won on twenty occasions. The current (2017) Leinster junior football champions are Meath.

The winners of the Leinster Junior Football Championship each year progress to play the other provincial champions for a chance to win the All-Ireland Junior Football Championship.

2007[edit]

Provincial Finals Semifinals Final
                 
Dublin 1-11
Louth 0-12
Dublin 0-16
Wicklow 1-7
Wicklow
Bye
Dublin 1-8
Wexford 1-10
Meath 2-12
Kildare 1-13
Meath 2-9
Wexford 2-14
Wexford 3-18
Kilkenny 0-10

Top winners[edit]

Team Wins Years won
1 Dublin 20 1908, 1914, 1916, 1922, 1926, 1930, 1939, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1959, 1960, 1971, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1994, 2008
2 Meath 17 1947, 1952, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2017
3 Louth 12 1910, 1912, 1925, 1928, 1932, 1934, 1946, 1957, 1961, 1966, 2009, 2010
4 Kildare 11 1927, 1931, 1938, 1956, 1965, 1967, 1970, 1989, 2004, 2011, 2013
5 Wexford 8 1911, 1963, 1984, 1992, 2000, 2007, 2015, 2016
6 Wicklow 6 1906, 1909, 1936, 1949, 1969, 2002
7 Laois 5 1907, 1941, 1968, 1973, 1993
8 Offaly 4 1935, 1972, 1998, 2001
Westmeath 4 1905, 1915, 1929, 1940
10 Carlow 3 1913, 1923, 1933
Longford 3 1924 (on objection), 1937, 1953
12 Cavan 2 2012, 2014

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner Score Opponent Score
2017[1] Meath 0-19 Louth 0-10
2016[2] Wexford 2-12 Louth 0-9
2015[3] Wexford 1-10 Meath 0-12
2014[4] Cavan 1-11 Longford 1-7
2013[5] Kildare 2-15 Longford 3-8
2012[6] Cavan 1-13 Kildare 0-9
2011[7] Kildare 5-8 Cavan 1-9
2010 Louth 0-13 Cavan 2-6
2009 Louth 0-11 1-12 (R) Longford 0-11 0-10 (R)
2008 Dublin 1-13 Meath 1-9
2007 Wexford 1-10 Dublin 1-8
2006 Meath 1-12 Louth 0-11
2005 Meath 1-9 Louth 0-5
2004 Kildare 0-9 Dublin 0-8
2003 Meath 1-15 Wexford 0-7
2002 Wicklow 3-6 Kildare 0-9
2001 Offaly 2-9 Meath 1-11
2000 Wexford 1-9 Dublin 1-5
1999 Meath 1-9 Dublin 1-6
1998 Offaly 1-18 Kildare 0-8
1997 Meath 0-16 Louth 1-8
1996 Meath 1-13 Laois 2-7
1995 Meath 2-11 Offaly 1-5
1994 Dublin 0-9 Louth 0-5
1993 Laois 2-8 Carlow 0-11
1992 Wexford 1-16 Meath 2-10
1991 Meath 1-10 1-14 (R) Dublin 1-10 2-2 (R)
1990 Meath 0-15 Dublin 0-11
1989 Kildare 1-7 Louth 1-6
1988 Meath 0-10 Dublin 1-4
1987 Dublin 1-8 Meath 0-4
1986 Meath 1-10 Kildare 1-5
1985 Dublin 3-16 Louth 2-4
1984 Wexford 0-8 Louth 0-6
1983 Dublin 2-8 Meath 0-5
1982 Suspended
1981 Suspended
1980 Suspended
1979 Suspended
1978 Suspended
1977 Suspended
1976 Suspended
1975 Suspended
1974 Suspended
1973 Laois 1-9 Meath 0-9
1972 Offaly 3-8 Wexford 1-3
1971 Dublin 2-9 Kilkenny 0-5
1970 Kildare 3-13 Dublin 1-11
1969 Wicklow 2-5 Meath 0-5
1968 Laois 2-7 0-9 (R) Westmeath 3-4 0-4 (R)
1967 Kildare 2-8 Offaly 1-7
1966 Louth 3-14 Kildare 3-12
1965 Kildare 2-8 Laois 0-8
1964 Meath 3-10 Kildare 0-13
1963 Wexford 0-14 Westmeath 1-6
1962 Meath 2-11 Wexford 1-4
1961 Louth 2-4 Dublin 0-8
1960 Dublin 2-9 Meath 0-5
1959 Dublin 2-16 Longford 0-5
1958 Meath 1-5 Dublin 1-3
1957 Louth 2-6 Kilkenny 1-5
1956 Kildare 2-8 Wexford 2-3
1955 Dublin 1-12 1-8 (R) Meath 4-3 0-5 (R)
1954 Dublin 0-10 2-11 (R) Louth 0-10 2-4 (R)
1953 Longford 3-5 Kilkenny 1-5
1952 Meath 2-6 Wicklow 0-1
1951 Dublin 5-7 Carlow 0-7
1950 Dublin 1-15 Wexford 2-8
1949 Wicklow 5-2 Meath 2-10
1948 Dublin 2-9 6-3 (R) Wexford 4-3 2-4 (R)
1947 Meath 2-3 Dublin 1-4
1946 Louth 3-5 Wexford 0-1
1945 Suspended
1944 Suspended
1943 Suspended
1942 Suspended
1941 Laois 2-7 Louth 2-5
1940 Westmeath 5-7 Kildare 0-5
1939 Dublin 2-4 2-12 (R) Meath 1-7 0-7 (R)
1938 Kildare 1-3 Westmeath 0-5
1937 Longford 3-4 Offaly 4-1
1936 Wicklow 5-5 Kildare 0-3
1935 Offaly 1-6 2-3 (R) Dublin 1-6 0-2 (R)
1934 Louth 2-4 1-7 (R) Kildare 1-7 0-5 (R)
1933 Carlow 5-3 Wicklow 4-5
1932 Louth 2-7 Carlow 1-5
1931 Kildare 1-6 Dublin 1-4
1930 Dublin 3-3 Carlow 0-2
1929 Westmeath 1-2 Laois 0-2
1928 Louth 1-5 Dublin 1-4
1927 Kildare 3-3 Offaly 2-3
1926 Dublin 0-4 Kildare 0-3
1925 Louth 1-3 Dublin 0-4
1924 Longford* 0-2 Meath 1-3
1923 Carlow 2-5 Dublin 1-1
1922 Dublin 0-3 2-2 (R) Wicklow 0-3 0-3 (R)
1921 Suspended
1920 Suspended
1919 Suspended
1918 Suspended
1917 Suspended
1916 Dublin 2-7 Wexford 0-2
1915 Westmeath 3-0 Wexford 0-2
1914 Dublin 2-2 Kilkenny 0-3
1913 Carlow 3-4 Meath 0-0
1912 Louth 3-1 Carlow 2-2
1911 Wexford 3-1 Dublin 0-2
1910 Louth 1-5 Laois 1-1
1909 Wicklow 1-10 Westmeath 0-3
1908 Dublin 1-8 Meath 0-3
1907 Laois 2-11 Westmeath 0-5
1906 Wicklow 1-11 Westmeath 0-0
1905 Westmeath 1-4 Carlow 1-3

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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