Who has the most senior hurling All Irelands?

The all-time record-holders are Kilkenny, who have won the championship on 36 occasions. Limerick are the current champions.

Who has lost the most All-Ireland hurling finals?

Kilkenny have also been runners-up the most times, losing the final twenty-five times. The province of Munster has provided the most champions, with seventy-one wins between all six counties. The current champions are Limerick, who beat Cork in the 2021 final at Croke Park.

Who won All-Ireland 2007?

2007 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

Championship details
Winning team Kerry (35th win)
Captain Declan O’Sullivan
Manager Pat O’Shea
All-Ireland Finalists

Who won the 2006 All-Ireland hurling final?

Ballyhale Shamrocks GAA
2006 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final/Champion

What counties have never won an All-Ireland hurling?

Least successful counties There are eight counties that have never been represented in a Senior All-Ireland Final. These are Carlow, Fermanagh, Leitrim, Sligo, Westmeath, Wicklow, and Longford.

Who won most all Irelands?

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
No. of teams 33
Title holders Tyrone (4th title)
Most titles Kerry (37 titles)
Sponsors Supervalu Eir Allied Irish Bank

What counties have never won a hurling All-Ireland?

Has any team won 5 All Irelands in a row?

The first half of the twentieth century brought the rise of several teams who won two or more All-Ireland titles during this period, such as Kildare, Mayo, Cavan, Wexford and Roscommon. Cavan won five titles between 1933 and 1952, including in 1947 when the final was played in New York.

Who won the football All-Ireland in 2005?

The Championship concluded on Sunday 25 September 2005 when Tyrone defeated Kerry, who were playing in their second consecutive All-Ireland Final, by a scoreline of 1-16 to 2-10. Tyrone had to play ten games (including three replays) in order to win the Championship – more than any other team before or since.

Who won the All-Ireland in 2009?

Played between Cork and Kerry on 20 September 2009 in Croke Park, Dublin, it was the last football match of the 2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. Kerry won by a score of 0-16 to 1-09. It was their 36th All-Ireland SFC title, reaffirming their status as Gaelic football’s most successful county.

Who won the Hurling All-Ireland in 2004?

The 2004 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was the 118th staging of Ireland’s premier hurling knock-out competition. Cork won the championship, beating Kilkenny 0–17 to 0–9 in the final at Croke Park, Dublin.

Has Sligo never won an All-Ireland?

Sligo has never appeared in an All-Ireland final. The 1922 Championship is the closest it has come, defeating Roscommon, Mayo and Galway to win the Connacht title, and beating Tipperary in the subsequent All-Ireland semi-final that followed.

Where was the 2007 All Ireland Hurling Final held?

2007 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The 2007 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final was a hurling match held at Croke Park, Dublin on 2 September 2007.

When did Limerick win the All Ireland hurling final?

1963- [Limerick in Minor All Ireland hurling final] Wexford avail of defensive errors, Limerick Leader 2/9/1963, p4 Open letters to “Caman” and the Limerick hurling selectors, Limerick Leader 7/11/1964, p2 Limerick C.B.S. crush De La Salle and retain Dr. Harty Cup, Limerick Leader 12/4/1965, back page

When did Tommy Cooke play hurling for Limerick?

1940 – A lifetime of memories with Limerick Legend Tommy Cooke, Limerick Leader 8/9/2012, p6-7 [sport] Suspension of five years on Kildimo-Pallaskenry G.A.A club, Limerick Leader 5/9/1959, p14 1963- [Limerick in Minor All Ireland hurling final] Wexford avail of defensive errors, Limerick Leader 2/9/1963, p4

When did treaty stone hurling club win All Ireland?

Historic title in Croke Park [Na Piarsaigh win All Ireland club title], Limerick Leader 21/03/2016, p.16-18 Lack of tradition – greatest strength in the early days [Na Piarsaigh], Limerick Leader 26/03/2016, p28 & 29 The boys in blue: history of St. Munchin’s Parish GAA 1886-1987 [Treaty Stone Hurling Club]