1896 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

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1896 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
All-Ireland champions
Winning team Tipperary (3rd win)
Captain Mikey Maher
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Dublin
Captain Pat Buckley
Provincial champions
Munster Tipperary
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Not Played
Connacht Not Played
Championship statistics
All-Star Team See here
1895
1897

The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1896 was the tenth series of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, Ireland's premier hurling knock-out competition. Tipperary won the championship, beating Dublin 8–14 to 0–4 in the final. [1]

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Rule change

At the Gaelic Athletic Association's (GAA) annual congress it was decided to change the value of a goal. From 1892 until 1896 a goal was worth five points; however, the new change resulted in a goal being worth three points.

Format

All-Ireland Championship

Final: (1 match) The two provincial representatives made up the two final teams with the winners being declared All-Ireland champions.

Results

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

Dublin w.o – scr. Offaly

Dublin 1–8 – 0–6 Kilkenny

An objection was made and a replay ordered.


Dublin 4–6 – 0–0 Kilkenny

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Tipperary 5–1 – 0–1 Clare

Cork 2–5 – 1–2 Limerick

Tipperary 1-3 – 1-3 Cork

Tipperary 7–9 – 2–3 Cork

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

Tipperary 8–14 – 0–4 Dublin
Jones's Road, Dublin
Attendance: c.8,000
Referee: D. Wood (Dublin)

Championship statistics

Miscellaneous

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References

  1. "All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Roll of Honour". The GAA website. Archived from the original on 5 September 2011. Retrieved 25 July 2011.

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