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Kilkenny Senior Football Championship




Kilkenny Senior Football Championship
IrishCraobh Peile Chill Chainnigh
Founded1887
Title holdersMullinavat (4th title)
Most titlesRailyard (22 titles)

The Kilkenny Senior Football Championship is an annual gaelic football competition between the top Kilkenny GAA clubs. The winners represent Kilkenny in the Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship, the winners of which progress to the All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Championship.

Contents

Wins Listed By Club


Team Winner Winning Years
1 Railyard 22 1951, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1978, 1992, 1999, 2014, 2015, 2016
2 Glenmore 20 1906, 1915, 1916, 1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1929, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1949, 1950, 1954, 1955, 1989, 1998, 2009
3 Muckalee 12 1968, 1975, 1977, 1987, 1990, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
4 Tullogher 8 1930, 1931, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1941, 1944, 1962
James Stephens 8 1976,1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008
5 Commercials (City) 4 1890, 1893, 1894, 1895
Knocktopher 4 1901, 1908, 1910, 1911
Lamogue 4 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905
Thomastown 4 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985
Mullinavat 4 2007, 2017, 2018, 2019
6 Slatequarry Miners 3 1900, 1907, 1913
Ballyhale Shamrocks 3 1979, 1980, 1982
7 Kilmacow 2 1887, 1888
Coolagh 2 1914, 1919
St. John's 2 1946, 1948
Clann na Gael (City) 2 1963, 1964
Dicksboro 2 1994, 1997
Erin's Own 2 2002, 2006
8 Ballyhale 1 1889
Sevenhouses 1 1896
Green Rovers (City) 1 1897
Callan '98 Volunteers 1 1898
City Rangers 1 1899
Coolroe 1 1909
Ye Faire City 1 1925
Cotterstown 1 1926
Owen Roes (Army) 1 1928
Black & Whites 1 1932
Moneenroe 1 1933
Barrow Rovers (Glenmore-Slieverue) 1 1935
Northern Junior Selection 1 1945
Sarsfields (Conahy) 1 1947
Graiguenamanagh 1 1956
St. Kieran's (Mooncoin-Kilmacow) 1 1974
Mooncoin 1 1986
Kilmoganny 1 2000

Finals Listed By Year


Year Winner Opponent
2019 Mullinavat 1-13 Railyard 0-10
2018 Mullinavat 5-11 Muckalee 2-09
2017[1] Mullinavat 3-12 Railyard 2-05
2016[2] Railyard 1-08 Kilmoganny 2-03
2015 Railyard 2-08 R (0-08) D Muckalee 1-09 R (1-05) D
2014 Railyard 1-05 Muckalee 1-04
2013[3] Muckalee 2-10 James Stephens 1-09
2012 Muckalee 1-10 Mullinavat 0-07
2011 Muckalee 0-06 Kilmoganny 0-04
2010 Muckalee 1-10 Glenmore 1-07
2009 Glenmore 2-07 Muckalee 0-10
2008 James Stephens 1-09 Erin's Own 1-08
2007 Mullinavat 0-09 3-07 (R) Glenmore 1-06 0-11
2006 Erin's Own 1-05 Mullinavat 1-03
2005 Muckalee 3-10 Railyard 0-09
2004 Muckalee 0-10 0-09 (R) Erin's Own 1-07 0-07 (R)
2003 James Stephens 2-07 O'Loughlin Gaels 0-06
2002 Erin's Own 1-08 James Stephens 0-08
2001 Muckalee 2-07 1-11 (R) Erin's Own 1-10 0-09 (R)
2000 Kilmoganny 0-07 2-11 (R) Dicksboro 0-07 1-09 (R)
1999 Railyard 1-05 Graigue-Ballycallan 0-07
1998 Glenmore 0-09 * James Stephens 0-09
1997 Dicksboro 0-11 James Stephens 0-08
1996 James Stephens 0-12 Kilmogany 2-04
1995 James Stephens 0-11 2-12 Dicksboro 1-08 1-11
1994 Dicksboro 0-09 Ballyhale Shamrocks 0-06
1993 James Stephens 1-07 4-10 (R) Railyard 0-10 0-07 (R)
1992 Railyard 0-11 James Stephens 0-08
1991 James Stephens 1-09 Railyard 1-07
1990 Muckalee 1-11 Glenmore 0-04
1989 Glenmore 0-11 Railyard 1-05
1988 James Stephens 1-06 0-07 (R) Railyard 1-06 0-04 (R)
1987 Muckalee 0-06 Railyard 0-05
1986 Mooncoin James Stephens
1985 Thomastown Railyard
1984 Thomastown Railyard
1983 Thomastown Railyard
1982 Ballyhale Shamrocks Thomastown
1981 Thomastown Muckalee
1980 Ballyhale Shamrocks Muckalee
1979 Ballyhale Shamrocks The Gaels (City)
1978 Railyard James Stephens
1977 Muckalee James Stephens
1976 James Stephens Railyard
1975 Muckalee James Stephens
1974 St. Kieran's Muckalee
1973 Railyard Glenmore
1972 Railyard Clann na Gael
1971 Railyard Thomastown
1970 Railyard Muckalee
1969 Railyard Mooncoin
1968 Muckalee James Stephens
1967 Railyard Clan na Gael
1966 Railyard James Stephens
1965 Railyard Tullogher
1964 Clann na Gael Lamogue
1963 Clann na Gael Lamogue
1962 Tullogher Muckalee
1961 Railyard Graigue
1960 Railyard Clara
1959 Railyard St. Niochlas
1958 Railyard St. Niochlas
1957 Railyard St. Niochlas
1956 Graiguenamanagh Glenmore
1955 Glenmore Railyard
1954 Glenmore Railyard
1953 Railyard Cotterstown
1952 Railyard St. John's
1951 Railyard Glenmore
1950 Glenmore St. John's
1949 Glenmore Tullogher
1948 St. John's Sarsfields (Conahy)
1947 Sarsfields (Conahy) Glenmore
1946 St. John's Glenmore
1945 Northern Juniors Glenmore
1944 Tullogher Coolagh
1943 Glenmore Carrickshock
1942 Glenmore Tullogher
1941 Tullogher The Rower
1940 Glenmore Sarsfields (Conahy)
1939 Glenmore Tullogher
1938 Glenmore 6-08 Tullogher 4-05
1937 Tullogher Glenmore
1936 Tullogher Black & Whites
1935 Barrow Rovers Mullinavat
1934 Tullogher Mullinavat
1933 Moneenroe Glenmore
1932 Black & Whites O'Loughlin Gaels
1931 Tullogher
1930 Tullogher Glenmore
1929 Glenmore Cotterstown
1928 Owen Roes (Army) Glenmore
1927 No championship
1926 Cotterstown Barrow Rovers (Tullogher)
1925 Ye Faire Citie Cotterstown
1924 Glenmore Barrow Rovers (Tullogher)
1923 Glenmore Cloneen
1922 Glenmore Cotterstown
1921 No championship
1920 Glenmore Cloneen
1919 Coolagh Glenmore
1918 No championship
1917 No Championship
1916 Glenmore Coolroe
1915 Glenmore Coolagh
1914 Coolagh Knocktopher
1913 Slatequarry Miners Clogh
1912 No championship
1911 Knocktopher Clogh
1910 Knocktopher Slatequarry Miners
1909 Coolroe Clodiagh
1908 Knocktopher Slatequarry Miners
1907 Slatequarry Miners Knocktopher
1906 Glenmore Kells
1905 Lamogue Harristown
1904 Lamogue Mullinavat
1903 Lamogue Tullogher
1902 Lamogue Tullogher
1901 Knocktopher Green & Whites (The Rower)
1900 Slatequarry Miners City Rangers
1899 City Rangers Knocktopher
1898 Callan '98 Volunteers Slatequarry Miners
1897 Green Rovers (City) City Rangers
1896 Seven Houses Callan
1895 Commercials (City) Callan
1894 Commercials (City) Callan
1893 Commercials (City) Callan
1892 No championship
1891 No championship
1890 Commercials (City) Ballyhale
1889 Ballyhale Kells
1888 Kilmacow Thomas Larkins (City)
1887 [4] Kilmacow 1-05 Kilkenny 0-00

References


  1. ^ "Kilkenny SFC final: Mullinavat topple champions" . Hogan Stand. 28 August 2017. Retrieved 29 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Kilkenny SFC final: Railyard complete three-in-a-row" . Hogan Stand. 2 May 2016. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Kilkenny SFC final: Muckalee seal four-in-a-row" . Hogan Stand. 2 September 2013. Retrieved 2 September 2013.
  4. ^ Munster Express 1860-current, Saturday, May 21, 1887; Page: 8

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Categories: Kilkenny Senior Football Championship | Kilkenny GAA club championships | Gaelic football competitions in County Kilkenny | Senior Gaelic football county championships








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