1904 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final

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1904 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final
Event 1904 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
Date24 June 1906
City Carrick-on-Suir
1903
1905

The 1904 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final was the 17th All-Ireland Final and the culmination of the 1904 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, an inter-county hurling tournament for the top teams in Ireland. The match was held on Maurice Davin's land in Carrick-on-Suir on 24 June 1906 between Cork and Kilkenny. Kilkenny won by a single point.

Kilkenny led by 1-5 to 0-5 at half time.

Match details

Kilkenny 1-9 1-8 Cork

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