Leinster Minor Club Football Championship

Leinster Minor Club Football Championship

For the Senior equivalent see: Leinster Senior Club Football Championship

The Leinster Minor Club Football Championship is a club competition between the top minor Gaelic football teams in Leinster. The 2006 champions of Leinster are Cuala of Dublin, who defeated Erins Own of Carlow by a scoreline of 3-8 to 1-7. [http://www.hill16.ie/viewstoryhill16.asp?mainheading=Word+on+The+Hill&id=7584&viewstory=yes] The 2007 final will be contested by St Brigids of Dublin and Donaghmore-Ashbourne of Meath. [ [http://www.hill16.ie/viewstoryhill16.asp?id=9337&mainheading=Word+on+The+Hill&viewstory=yes HILL 16 ] ]

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