Ulster Junior Club Football Championship

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The Ulster Junior Club Football Championship is an annual Gaelic football tournament played between the hundreds of junior football clubs in Ulster. There are nine county championships between the nine counties of Ulster. The nine winners go on to play each other in the Ulster Club Championship in a knock-out format. The winners go on to compete with the Connacht, Leinster, Munster and London champions in the All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship.

Roll of honour[edit]

Year Winner County Score Opponent County Score
2016 [1] Rock Tyrone 1-12 Blackhill Monaghan 0-14
2015 [2] Rockcorry Monaghan 3-10 Faughanvale Derry 0-9
2014 [3] Rock Tyrone 2-12 Urris Donegal 0-7
2013 [4] Emyvale Monaghan 1-6 Killeeshil Tyrone 0-6
2012 [5] An Port Mor Armagh 2-9 Brackaville Tyrone 0-11
2011 Derrytresk Tyrone 2-5 Cremartin Monaghan 0-10
2010 Swanlinbar * Cavan 0-8 Corduff Gaels Monaghan 2-7
2009 Emyvale Monaghan 2-7 St. Teresa's Antrim 1-9
2008 Drumhowan Monaghan 5-10 Lissan Derry 0-5
2007 Rock Tyrone 2-8 Aughnamullen Monaghan 2-6
2006 Greencastle Tyrone 1-6 Naomh Brid Donegal 0-8
2005 [6] Monaghan Harps Monaghan 1-12 Clonmore Armagh 0-7
2004 Stewartstown Harps Tyrone 0-9 Cremartin Monaghan 2-2
2003 [7][8] Monaghan Harps Monaghan 1-11 1-12 (R) Limavady Derry 2-8 1-2 (R)
2002 [9] Corduff Gaels Monaghan 1-8 Ballerin Derry 0-8
2001 [10] Drumgoon Cavan 1-13 Doohamlet Monaghan 0-10
  • 2010 Final - Corduff won game, but lost title due to fielding illegal player

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ulster Club JFC: Title number three for Rock". Hogan Stand. 27 November 2016. Retrieved 30 November 2016. 
  2. ^ "Carroll adds gloss for Rockcorry". Irish Independent. 30 November 2015. Retrieved 1 December 2015. 
  3. ^ "Ulster Club JFC final: Rock down Urris". Hogan Stand. 30 November 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 
  4. ^ "Ulster club JFC final: McMahon goal the difference". Hogan Stand. 30 November 2013. Retrieved 1 December 2013. 
  5. ^ "First-half goals pave way for An Port Mór". Irish Examiner. 3 December 2012. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  6. ^ Anglo-Celt 1846-current, Thursday, December 01, 2005; Page: 45
  7. ^ Anglo-Celt 1846-current, Thursday, March 11, 2004; Page: 34
  8. ^ Anglo-Celt 1846-current, Thursday, March 25, 2004; Page: 36
  9. ^ Anglo-Celt 1846-current, Friday, March 21, 2003; Page: 6
  10. ^ Anglo-Celt 1846-current, Thursday, March 21, 2002; Page: 26