1913 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

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1913 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
All-Ireland champions
Winning team Kilkenny (7th win)
Captain Dick 'Drug' Walsh
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Tipperary
Captain Patrick "Wedger" Meagher
Provincial champions
Munster Tipperary
Leinster Kilkenny
Ulster Not Played
Connacht Roscommon
Championship statistics
All-Star Team See here
1912
1914

The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1913 was the 27th series of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, Ireland's premier hurling knock-out competition. Kilkenny won the championship, beating Tipperary 2-4 to 1-2 in the final. [1]

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Format

All-Ireland Championship

Quarter-final: (1 match) This was a lone match between the Leinster champions and Glasgow. One team was eliminated at this stage while the winning team advanced to the semi-finals.

Semi-finals: (2 matches) The winning team from the lone quarter-final join Lancashire and the Connacht and Munster representatives to make up the semi-final pairings. Two teams are eliminated at this stage while the two winning teams advance to the All-Ireland final.

Final: (1 match) The winners of the two semi-finals contest this game with the winners being declared All-Ireland champions.

Results

Connacht Senior Hurling Championship

10 AugustSemi-final Sligo 2-1 - 1-4 Mayo Sligo
17 AugustSemi-final Roscommon 3-4 - 3-2 Galway Roscommon
Semi-final replay Mayo w/o - scr. Sligo
Final Roscommon w/o - scr. Mayo

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

15 JuneQuarter-final Offaly 5-2 - 2-2 Westmeath Tullamore
15 JuneQuarter-final Dublin 5-5 - 0-5 Wexford Croke Park
13 JulySemi-final Dublin 6-6 - 4-1 Offaly Portlaoise
Referee: H Boland
13 JulySemi-final Laois 2-6 - 8-3 Kilkenny Portlaoise
Referee: P Dunphy
24 AugustFinal Kilkenny 1-0 - 0-3 Dublin Wexford Park
Referee: P Breen
28 SeptemberFinal replay Kilkenny 7-5 - 2-1 Dublin Wexford Park
Referee: B Tarrant

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

11 MayQuarter-final Kerry 2-2 - 7-1 Clare Listowel
15 JuneQuarter-final Waterford 2-2 - 6-0 Tipperary Waterford
13 JulySemi-final Cork 3-3 - 1-2 Limerick Thurles Sportsfield
17 AugustSemi-final Tipperary 3-2 - 2-0 Clare Markets Field
21 SeptemberFinal Tipperary 8-1 - 5-3 Cork Fraher Field

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

21 JuneQuarter-final Glasgow 5-2 - 10-6 Kilkenny Glasgow
4 AugustSemi-final Kilkenny 4-4 - 1-4 Lancashire Liverpool
19 OctoberSemi-final Tipperary 10-1 - 0-1 Roscommon Croke Park
Referee: MF Crowe (Limerick)
2 NovemberFinal Kilkenny 2-4 - 1-2 Tipperary Croke Park
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: MF Crowe (Limerick)

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 28 July 2011.
  2. Breheny, Martin (7 September 2008). "Kilkenny paying no heed to treble talk". Irish Independent. Retrieved 14 October 2013.
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