Leinster Senior Football Championship

Leinster Senior Football Championship
Leinster Senior Football Championship
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Irish Craobh Sinsir Peile Laighean
Founded 1888
Title holders Dublin (50th title)
First winner Kilkenny
Most titles Dublin (50 titles)

The GAA Leinster Senior Football Championship (sponsored by Toyota, Ulster Bank, Vodafone) is the premier "knockout" competition in the game of football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council and are played during the summer months. The competition involves the counties of Leinster playing against each other. The Leinster football Final is played in July in Croke Park, Dublin. The winning county is presented with the Delaney Cup. Dublin are the most successful county, having won the championship on 50 separate occasions, more than double their nearest rivals Meath.

The GAA Leinster Football Championship is run on a knock-out basis, whereby a team is eliminated from the competition once they lose. All of the counties of Leinster except Kilkenny participate in the championship. The draw is seeded, with the previous year's semi-finalists getting byes to the quarter-finals. Six of the remaining seven teams are drawn for three preliminary round matches, while the seventh team also gets a bye to the quarter-finals.

Contents

2011 Championship

  Preliminary Round Quarter finals Semi Final Final
                                     
 Laois 0–10  
 Longford 0–09  
   Laois 0-11  
     Dublin 1-16  
      
        
   Dublin 1-12  
   Kildare 1-11  
 Wicklow 0-05  
 Kildare 0–12  
   Kildare 0-16
     Meath 0-10  
      
        
   Dublin 2-12
   Wexford 1-12
 Offaly 0-08  
 Wexford 2-16  
   Wexford 1-24
     Westmeath 0-15  
      
        
   Wexford 4-12
   Carlow 0-10  
        
        
   Carlow 0-14
     Louth 0-13  
      

2010 Championship

  Preliminary Round Quarter finals Semi Final Final
                                     
 Louth 1–11 (14)  
 Longford 1–07 (10)  
   Louth 1–22 (25)  
     Kildare 1–16 (19)  
      
        
   Louth 1–15  
   Westmeath 2–10  
 Wicklow 3–13 (22)  
 Carlow 0–12  
   Wicklow 1–11 (14)
     Westmeath 0–15  
      
        
   Louth 1–10
   Meath 1–12
 Meath 1–20 (23)  
 Offaly 2–07 (13)  
   Meath 2–14 (20)
     Laois 0–10  
      
        
   Meath 5–09
   Dublin 0–13  
        
        
   Wexford 0–15
     Dublin 2–16  
      

2010 Leinster Football Final

On July 11, 2010, Meath reached and won the Leinster Final against neighbours Louth.

During the Leinster Final on July 11, 2010, in the 74th minute of the match against Louth, a goal was awarded by the referee after brief consultation with only one of the match umpires (although close circuit camera evidence shown on the RTÉ Two coverage of the game proved that the ball was carried over the line by a Meath player). However, Meath received the 2010 Leinster Title and the cup.

2010 Leinster Football Final controversy

The sense of outrage throughout the whole GAA community, after the goal that never should have been, was shared by thousands of TV viewers who saw the incident beamed live into their living rooms and was expressed through many media outlets. There were an overwhelming amount of calls for a replay after the match by many commentators including The Irish Times newspaper,[1] Eugene McGee,[2] and Louth fans alike, as well as many Meath fans and ex-players such as Bernard Flynn and Trevor Giles.[3] Despite the outcry, on 13 July the Meath county board decided not to offer a replay to Louth.

The Louth County board issued a statement on the 14 July saying that they would not be taking the matter any further and that the matter was now closed.[4]

In the statement, the Louth County Board spoke of the enormous sense of injustice which was being felt in Louth GAA. They also questioned the referee’s official report saying it was contrary to Playing Rules where he indicated in his report that he blew the whistle for a penalty, but then changed his mind and awarded a goal instead. The referee also wrote that "he made a terrible mistake".

Louth County board referred to Rule 6.41 Award //facts of game: The award of the game rests with the committee / council in charge acting on the referees report.

In doing so the Louth County Board intimated that the committee/council in charge erred in leaving the matter to Meath County Board to offer a replay without seeking clarification from the referee in relation to his match report and his statement that "he made a terrible mistake".

The debate on who officially won the game is now over with Meath recorded as being the winners but numerous TV replays show that the goal was indisputably a technical foul in respect to the Playing Rules of Gaelic Football as quoted below and as outlined in the GAA Official Guide -Part 2.[5]

Rules of Foul Play

RULE 4 – TECHNICAL FOULS 4.12 For a player attacking a goal to carry the ball over opponents’ goal-line.

Roll of honour

Team Winner Winning Years
1 Dublin 50 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1941, 1942, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
2 Meath 21 1895, 1939, 1940, 1947, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2010
3 Kildare 13 1903, 1905, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1956, 1998, 2000
4 Offaly 10 1960, 1961, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1997
4 Wexford 10 1890, 1893, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1925, 1945
6 Louth 8 1909, 1910, 1912, 1943, 1948, 1950, 1953, 1957
7 Laois 6 1889, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1946, 2003
8 Kilkenny 3 1888, 1900, 1911
9 Carlow 1 1944
9 Longford 1 1968
9 Westmeath 1 2004
12 Wicklow 0 N/A

Previous Finals

2011
Final
Dublin 2–12 – 1–12 Wexford Croke Park
Attendance: 43,983
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)
J McCarthy 1-0, A Brogan, B Brogan (1f) 0-03 each, S Cluxton (1'45), D Bastick, P Flynn, B Cullen, K McMenamin, R McConnell 0-01 each, G Molloy 1-0 (o.g.) B Brosnan 0-9 (4f, 2 '45), R Barry 1-0, C Lyng 0-2, A Flynn 0-1

2010
Final
Meath 1–12 – 1–10 Louth Croke Park
Attendance: 48,875
Referee: Martin Sludden (Tyrone))
G Reilly 0–4, C Ward 0–4, J Sheridan 1–0, S Bray 0–2, A Moyles, N Crawford 0–1 each. Report B White 0–4, JP Rooney 1–1, C Judge 0–2, P Keenan, A McDonnell, A Reed 0–1 each.

2009
Final
Dublin 2–15 – 0–18 Kildare Croke Park
B Brogan 0–7, B Cahill, J Sherlock 1–1 each, C Keaney 0–3, A Brogan 0–2, C Whelan 0–1. K Donnelly 0–3, M Conway, J Kavanagh, P O'Neill, R Sweeney, A Smith, J Doyle 0–2 each, D Earley, R Kelly, E Callaghan 0–1 each.

2008
Final
Dublin 3–23 – 0–09 Wexford Croke Park
Attendance: 80,112
Referee: G. Ó Conamha (Galway)
A Brogan 1–4 (1 '45'), D Connolly 1–3, C Keaney 0–6 (0-4f), T Quinn 0–4 (0-4f), M Vaughan 1–0, J Sherlock 0–3, C Moran, B Cahill, S Ryan 0–1 each. C Lyng 0–4 (0-4f), E Bradley 0–2, M Forde 0–2, R Barry 0–1.

2007
Final
Dublin 3–14 – 1–14 Laois Croke Park
Attendance: 81,394
Referee: M. Hughes (Tyrone)
M Vaughan 1–6 (0-5f), A Brogan, B Brogan 1–1 each, C Whelan, C Keaney (0-1f) 0–2 each, T Quinn, G Brennan 0–1 each. M Tierney 0–7 (0-6f, 0–1 `45'), R Munnelly 1–1, C Parkinson 0–3, B McCormack, P O'Leary, B Sheehan 0–1 each.

2006
Final
Dublin 1–15 – 0–09 Offaly Croke Park
Attendance: 81,754
Referee: M. Duffy (Sligo)
T Quinn 0–7 (0-3f), J Sherlock 1–1, A Brogan 0–4, C Keaney 0–3 (0-1f). N McNamee 0–4 (0-1f), T Deehan, C McManus (0-2f) 0–2 each, A McNamee 0–1.

2005
Final
Dublin 0–14 – 0–13 Laois Croke Park
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)
T. Quinn 0-4, B. Cullen 0-3, J. Sherlock 0-2, S. O'Shaughnessy, C. Whelan, C. Moran, A. Brogan, C. Keaney 0-1 each R. Munnelly 0-5, C. Conway 0-4, N. Garvan, D. Brennan 0-2 each

2004
Final
Westmeath 0–13 – 0–13 Laois Croke Park
Referee: P. McEnaney (Monaghan)
D. Glennon 0-5, D. Dolan 0-4, F. Wilson, J. Fallon 0-2 each B. McDonald, C. Conway 0-3 each, R. Munnelly, S. Cooke 0-2 each, M. Lawlor, K. Fitzpatrick, D. Rooney 0-1 each

2004
Final Replay
Westmeath 0–12 – 0–10 Laois Croke Park
Referee: M. Monahan (Kildare)
A. Mangan 0-4, D. Dolan 0-3, D. Glennon 0-2, M. Ennis, B. Morley, F. Wilson 0-1 each R. Munnelly 0-3, K. Fitzpatrick 0-2, T. Kelly, P. Clancy, B. McDonald, D. Brennan, C. Parkinson 0-1 each

2003
Final
Laois 2–13 – 1–13 Kildare Croke Park
Attendance: 81,786
Referee: Seamus McCormack (Meath)
B McDonald 1–2, R Munnelly 1–1, I Fitzgerald 0–4, T Kelly 0–2, G Kavanagh, P Clancy, B Brennan, D Miller 0–1 each. J Doyle 0–5 (0-4f), P Murray 0–4 (0-3f), R Sweeney 1–0 pen, S McKenzie-Smyth 0–2, P Brennan, G Ryan 0–1 each.

2002
Final
Dublin 2–13 – 2–11 Kildare Croke Park
Attendance: 78,000
Referee: M. Collins (Cork)

2001
Final
Meath 2–11 – 0–14 Dublin Croke Park
Referee: M. Curley (Galway)
R. Kealy 1-1, G. Geraghty 1-0, E. Kelly, T. Giles 0-3 each, D. Curtis 0-2, O. Murphy, R. Magee 0-1 each C. Moran 0-4, C. Whelan, D. Farrell, W. McCarthy, 0-3 each, J. Sherlock 0-1

2000
Final
Kildare 0–14 – 0–14 Dublin Croke Park

2000
Final Replay
Kildare 2–11 – 0–12 Dublin Croke Park

1999
Final
Meath 1–14 – 0–12 Dublin Croke Park

1998
Final
Kildare 1–12 – 0–10 Meath Croke Park

1997
Final
Offaly 3–17 – 1–15 Meath Croke Park

1996
Final
Meath 0–10 – 0–8 Dublin Croke Park

1995
Final
Dublin 1–18 – 1–08 Meath Croke Park

1994
Final
Dublin 1–09 – 1–08 Meath Croke Park

1993
Final
Dublin 0–11 – 0–07 Kildare Croke Park

1992
Final
Dublin 1–13 – 0–10 Kildare Croke Park

1991
Final
Meath 1–11 – 0–8 Laois Croke Park

1990
Final
Meath 1–14 – 0–14 Dublin Croke Park

1989
Final
Dublin 2–12 – 1–10 Meath Croke Park

1988
Final
Meath 2–5 – 0–9 Dublin Croke Park

1987
Final
Meath 1–13 – 0–12 Dublin Croke Park

1986
Final
Meath 0–9 – 0–7 Dublin Croke Park

1985
Final
Dublin 0–10 – 0–04 Laois Croke Park

1984
Final
Dublin 2–10 – 1–09 Meath Croke Park

1983
Final
Dublin 2–13 – 1–11 Offaly Croke Park

1982
Final
Offaly 1–16 – 1–7 Dublin Croke Park

1981
Final
Offaly 1–18 – 3–9 Laois Croke Park

1980
Final
Offaly 1–10 – 1–8 Dublin Croke Park

1979
Final
Dublin 1–08 – 0–09 Offaly Croke Park

1978
Final
Dublin 1–17 – 1–06 Kildare Croke Park

1977
Final
Dublin 1–09 – 0–08 Meath Croke Park

1976
Final
Dublin 2–08 – 1–09 Meath Croke Park

1975
Final
Dublin 3–13 – 0–08 Kildare Croke Park

1974
Final
Dublin 1–14 – 1–09 Meath Croke Park

1973
Final
Offaly 3–21 – 2–12 Meath Croke Park

1972
Final
Offaly 1–18 – 2–8 Kildare Croke Park

1971
Final
Offaly 2–14 – 0–6 Kildare Croke Park

1970
Final
Meath 2–22 – 5–12 Offaly Croke Park

1969
Final
Offaly 3–7 – 1–8 Kildare Croke Park

1968
Final
Longford 3–9 – 1–4 Laois Croke Park

1967
Final
Meath 0–8 – 0–6 Offaly Croke Park

1966
Final
Meath 1–9 – 1–8 Kildare Croke Park

1965
Final
Dublin 3–06 – 0–09 Longford Croke Park

1964
Final
Meath 2–12 – 1–7 Dublin Croke Park

1963
Final
Dublin 2–11 – 2–09 Laois Croke Park

1962
Final
Dublin 2–08 – 1–07 Offaly Croke Park

1961
Final
Offaly 1–13 – 1–8 Dublin Croke Park

1960
Final
Offaly 0–10 – 1–6 Louth Croke Park

1959
Final
Dublin 1–18 – 2–08 Laois Croke Park

1958
Final
Dublin 1–11 – 1–06 Louth Croke Park

1957
Final
Louth 2–9 – 1–7 Dublin Croke Park

1956
Final
Kildare 2–11 – 1–8 Wexford Croke Park

1955
Final
Dublin 5–12 – 0–07 Meath Croke Park

1954
Final
Meath 4–7 – 2–10 Offaly Croke Park

1953
Final
Louth 1–7 – 0–7 Wexford Croke Park

1952
Final
Meath 1–6 – 0–8 Louth Croke Park

1951
Final
Meath 4–9 – 0–3 Laois Croke Park

1950
Final
Louth 1–3 – 1–3 Meath Croke Park

1950
Final Replay
Louth 3–5 – 0–13 Meath Croke Park

1949
Final
Meath 4–5 – 0–6 Westmeath Croke Park

1948
Final
Louth 2–10 – 2–5 Wexford Croke Park

1947
Final
Meath 3–7 – 1–7 Loais Croke Park

1946
Final
Laois 0–11 – 1–06 Kildare Croke Park

1945
Final
Wexford 1–9 – 1–04 Offaly Croke Park

1944
Final
Carlow 2–6 – 1–6 Dublin Athy

1943
Final
Louth 3–16 – 2–4 Laois Croke Park

1942
Final
Dublin 0–08 – 0–06 Carlow Croke Park

1941
Final
Dublin 4–06 – 1–04 Carlow Croke Park

1940
Final
Meath 2–7 – 1–7 Laois Croke Park

1939
Final
Meath 2–7 – 2–3 Wexford Croke Park

1938
Final
Laois 2–08 – 1–03 Kildare Croke Park

1937
Final
Laois 0–12 – 0–04 Louth Croke Park

1936
Final
Laois 3–03 – 0–08 Kildare Croke Park

1935
Final
Kildare 0–8 – 0–6 Louth Croke Park

1934
Final
Dublin 1–02 – 0–05 Louth Croke Park

1934
Final Replay
Dublin 3–02 – 2–05 Louth Croke Park

1934
Final Second Replay
Dublin 2–09 – 1–10 Louth Croke Park

1933
Final
Dublin 0–09 – 1–04 Wexford Croke Park

1932
Final
Dublin 0–08 – 1–05 Wexford Croke Park

1932
Final Replay
Dublin 4–06 – 1–05 Wexford Croke Park

1931
Final
Kildare 2–9 – 1–6 Westmeath Croke Park

1930
Final
Kildare 0–6 – 1–3 Meath Croke Park

1930
Final Replay
Kildare 2–6 – 1–2 Meath Croke Park

1929
Final
Kildare 2–3 – 0–6 Laois Croke Park

1928
Final
Kildare 0–10 – 1–6 Dublin Croke Park

1927
Final
Kildare 0–5 – 0–3 Dublin Croke Park

1926
Final
Kildare 2–8 – 1–5 Wexford Croke Park

1925
Final
Wexford 2–7 – 0–3 Kildare Croke Park

1924
Final
Dublin 1–04 – 1–04 Wexford Croke Park

1924
Final
Dublin 3–05 – 2–03 Wexford Croke Park

1924
Final
Dublin Croke Park

1923
Final
Dublin 3–05 – 0–00 Meath Croke Park

1922
Final
Dublin 1–07 – 0–02 Kilkenny Croke Park

1921
Final
Dublin 0–6 – 1–3 Kildare Croke Park

1921
Final
Dublin 3–03 – 1–02 Kildare Croke Park

1920
Final
Dublin 1–03 – 0–03 Croke Park

1919
Final
Kildare 1–3 – 1–2 Dublin Croke Park

1918
Final
Wexford 2–5 – 1–4 Louth Croke Park

1917
Final
Wexford 1–3 – 1–1 Dublin Croke Park

1916
Final
Wexford 1–7 – 1–0 Kildare Croke Park

1915
Final
Wexford 2–2 – 2–2 Dublin Croke Park

1915
Final Replay
Wexford 2–5 – 1–4 Dublin Croke Park

1914
Final
Wexford 3–6 – 0–1 Louth Croke Park

1913
Final
Wexford 2–3 – 2–2 Louth Croke Park

1912
Final
Louth 1–2 – 1–1 Dublin Croke Park

1911
Final
Kilkenny 2–4 – 1–1 Meath Inchicore

1910
Final
Louth 0–3 – 0–0 Dublin Croke Park

1909
Final
Louth 2–9 – 0–4 Kilkenny Croke Park

1908
Final
Dublin 1–7 – 0–3 Kildare Croke Park

1907
Final
Dublin 1–11 – 0–4 Offaly Croke Park

1906
Final
Dublin 1–9 – 0–8 Kildare Croke Park

1905
Final
Kildare 0–12 – 1–7 Louth Croke Park

1904
Final
Dublin 0–5 – 0–1 Kilkenny Croke Park

1903
Final
Kildare 1–2 – 0–5 Kilkenny Croke Park

1903
Final Replay (disputed)
Kildare 1–6 – 1–5 Kilkenny Croke Park

1903
Final Second Replay
Kildare 0–9 – 0–1 Kilkenny Croke Park

1902
Final (Unfinished)
Dublin 2–4 – 0–2 Wexford Croke Park

1902
Final
Dublin 1–5 – 0–5 Wexford Croke Park

1901
Final
Dublin 1–9 – 0–1 Wexford Kilkenny

1900
Final
Kilkenny 0–12 – 0–2 Louth Inchicore

1899
Final
Dublin 1–7 – 0–3 Wexford Croke Park

1898
Final
Dublin 2–6 – 0–0 Wexford Croke Park

1897
Final
Dublin 1–9 – 0–3 Wicklow Croke Park

1896
Final
Dublin 2–4 – 1–5 Meath Croke Park

1895
Final
Meath 0–6 – 0–2 Dublin Croke Park

1894
Final
Dublin 0–4 – 0–4 Meath Croke Park

1894
Final Replay
Dublin 0–2 – 0–2 Meath Croke Park

1894
Final Second Replay
Dublin 1–8 – 1–2 Meath Croke Park

1893
Final (unfinish, Wexford awarded title)
Wexford 0–1 – 0–5 Kilkenny Croke Park

1892
Final
Dublin w/o – scr. Louth Clonturk

1891
Final
Dublin w/o – scr. Kildare Clonturk

1890
Final
Wexford 1–3 – 1–2 Dublin Croke Park

1889
Final
Laois 0–3 – 0–2 Louth Inchicore

1888
Final
Kilkenny 1–4 – 0–2 Wexford Inchicore

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