1962 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

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1962 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
Championship details
Dates15 April 1962 - 2 September 1962
Teams12
All-Ireland champions
Winning team Tipperary (19th win)
Captain Jimmy Doyle
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Wexford
Captain Billy Rackard
Provincial champions
Munster Tipperary
Leinster Wexford
Ulster Not Played
Connacht Not Played
Championship statistics
No. matches played12
Goals total75 (6.25 per game)
Points total215 (19.9 per game)
Top Scorer Jimmy Doyle (4-24)
Player of the Year Donie Nealon
All-Star Team See here
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1963

The 1962 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was the 76th staging of the All-Ireland hurling championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1887. The championship began on 15 April 1962 and ended on 2 September 1962.

Contents

Tipperary were the defending champions, and retained the championship after defeating Wexford by 3-10 to 2-11 in the All-Ireland final. [1]

Teams

A total of twelve teams contested the championship.

Team summaries

TeamColoursMost recent success
All-IrelandProvincialLeague
Clare Saffron and blue 1914 1932 1945-46
Cork Red and white 1954 1956 1952-53
Dublin Blue and navy 1938 1961 1938-39
Galway Maroon and white 1923 1950-51
Kilkenny Black and amber 1957 1959 1962-63
Laois Blue and white 1915 1949
Limerick Green and white 1940 1955 1946-47
Offaly Green, white and gold
Tipperary Blue and gold 1961 1961 1960-61
Waterford White and blue 1959 1959
Westmeath Maroon and white
Wexford Purple and gold 1960 1960 1957-58

Results

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

First round

15 April 1962First round Laois 5-8 - 2-1 Offaly O'Moore Park
J Conroy 2-0, P Keenan 1-2, D O'Donovan 1-0, P Delaney 1-0, J Rafter 0-3, S Cashin 0-2, J Alley 0-1.P Molloy 1-0, N Feehan 1-0, B Loughnane 0-1.Referee: P Johnston (Kilkenny)

Quarter-final

29 April 1962Quarter-final Westmeath 4-3 - 4-5 Laois O'Connor Park
J Rooney 1-1, P Loughlin 1-1, M Bolger 1-0, N Bruer 1-0.S Cashin 1-1, O Fennell 1-0, D O'Donovan 1-0, P Delaney 1-0, J Alley 0-1, J Lyons 0-1, J Rafter 0-1, P Dillon 0-1.Attendance: 2,500
Referee: P Johnston (Kilkenny)

Semi-finals

1 July 1962Semi-final Kilkenny 4-16 - 1-10 Dublin Nowlan Park
E Keher 1-4, S Clohessy 1-3, B Dwyer 1-3, D Heaslip 1-2, O Gogh 0-4.A Young 1-1, A Boothman 0-3, L Shannon 0-3, F Whelan 0-1, M Bermingham 0-1, B Boothman 0-1.Referee: T Coleman
8 July 1962Semi-final Wexford 5-14 - 3-6 Laois Croke Park
P Kehoe 2-3, Jimmy O'Brien 1-3, N Wheeler 1-1, T Flood 1-1, P Lynch 0-3, W Rackard 0-1, O McGrath 0-1, John Nolan 0-1.M McDonald 3-1, P Keenan 0-3, J Conroy 0-1, O Fennell 0-1.Attendance: 9,758
Referee: C Foley

Final

22 July 1962Final Wexford 3-9 - 2-10 Kilkenny Croke Park
N Wheeler 1-2, P Kehoe 0-5, P Lynch 1-0, O McGrath 1-0, T Flood 0-2.W Dwyer 1-1, D Heaslip 1-0, E Keher 0-3, O Gough 0-2, W Murphy 0-2, S Clohessy 0-1.Attendance: 45,303
Referee: J Hatton (Laois)

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Quarter-finals

20 May 1962Quarter-final Clare 3-00 - 4-11 Waterford Thurles Sportsfield
G Ryan 1-0, J Cullinan 1-0, L Danaher 1-0.J Kiely 2-1, P Grimes 0-6, S Power 1-1, J Barron 1-0, L Guinan 0-2, F Walsh 0-1.Attendance: 3,000
Referee: G Fitzgerald
27 May 1962Quarter-final Limerick 2-13 - 2-7 Galway Cusack Park
E Carey 2-1, M Rainsford 0-4, P Hartnett 0-3, O O'Neill 0-2, T McGr.. 0-1, L Hogan 0-1, S Quaid 0-1.J Gillane 2-0, M Cullinane 0-3, T Sweeney 0-2, J Conroy 0-1, L Salmon 0-1.Attendance: 12,000
Referee: M Hayes

Semi-finals

1 July 1962Semi-final Tipperary 3-12 - 4-9 Limerick Cork Athletic Grounds
J Doyle 2-4, D Nealon 1-3, T Moloughney 1-0, L Devaney 0-3, T Ryan 0-1, M Burns 0-1.PJ Keane 1-2, T McGarry 0-4, E Carey 1-0, P Murphy 1-0, E O'Neill 1-0, M Rainsford 0-1, P Hartnett 0-1, S Quaid 0-1.Attendance: 21,998
Referee: J Smyth (Clare)
8 July 1962Semi-final Cork 1-16 - 4-10 Waterford Thurles Sportsfield
P Harte 1-6, C Ring 0-3, T Corbett 0-2, T Kelly 0-2, J Barry 0-1, J Sullivan 0-1, L Dowling 0-1.P Grimes 1-4, J Kiely 1-1, M Flanelly 1-0, T Cheasty 1-0, J Barron 0-2, F Walsh 0-2, S Power 0-1.Attendance: 31,705
Referee: G Fitzgerald (Limerick)
22 July 1962Semi-final replay Tipperary 5-13 - 2-4 Limerick Cork Athletic Grounds
Jimmy Doyle 1-6, T Moloughney 2-1, S Loughlin 1-0, D Nealon 1-0, J McKenna 0-2, T Ryan 0-2, M Burns 0-1, L Devaney 0-1.T Casey 1-1, P Keane 1-0, P Murphy 0-2, T McGarry 0-1.Attendance: 24,300
Referee: P Cronin

Final

5 August 1962Final Tipperary 5-14 - 2-3 Waterford Gaelic Grounds
Jimmy Doyle 1-10, L Devaney 2-1, J McKenna 1-0, S McLoughlin 1-0, T Ryan 0-1, D Nealon 0-1, T Moloughney 0-1.J Kiley 1-0, J Condon 1-0, P Grimes 0-3.Attendance: 31,197
Referee: G Fitzgerald (Limerick)

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

Final

2 September 1962Final Tipperary 3-10 2-11 Wexford Croke Park
S McLoughlin 1-2, Jimmy Doyle 0-4, T Ryan 1-0, D Nealon 0-3, L Connolly 0-1.N Wheeler 1-1, P Kehoe 0-4, J O'Brien 1-0, P Lynch 0-2, T Flood 0-2, O McGrath 0-1, W Rackard 0-1.Attendance: 75,039
Referee: J Dowling (Offaly)

Championship statistics

Top scorers

Top scorers overall
RankPlayerClubTallyTotalMatchesAverage
1 Jimmy Doyle Tipperary 4-243649.00
2 Padge Kehoe Wexford 2-121836.00
3 John Kiely Waterford 4-021434.66
4 Ned Wheeler Wexford 3-041334.33
5 Donie Nealon Tipperary 2-071343.25
Top scorers in a single game
RankPlayerClubTallyTotalOpposition
1 Jimmy Doyle Tipperary 1-1013 Waterford
2M. McDonald Laois 3-0110 Wexford
Jimmy Doyle Tipperary 2-0410 Limerick
3 Padge Kehoe Wexford 2-0313 Laois
Jimmy Doyle Tipperary 1-069 Limerick
Patsy Harte Cork 1-069 Waterford
4 John Kiely Waterford 2-017 Clare
Eamon Carey Limerick 2-017 Galway
Tom Moloughney Tipperary 2-017 Limerick
Liam Devaney Tipperary 2-017 Waterford
Eddie Keher Kilkenny 1-047 Dublin
Phil Grimes Waterford 1-047 Cork

Scoring

Miscellaneous

Broadcasting

The following matches were broadcast live on television in Ireland on Telefís Éireann. Commentary was provided by Seán Óg Ó Ceallacháin in English and Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh in Irish.

RoundTelefís Éireann
All-Ireland final Tipperary vs Wexford

Sources

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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.