|Dates||6 May 2000 - 10 September 2000|
|Winning team||Kilkenny (26th win)|
|No. matches played||24|
|Top Scorer||Johnny Dooley (0-41)|
|Player of the Year||D. J. Carey|
|All-Star Team||See here|
The 2000 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship (also known as the Guinness Hurling Championship for sponsorship reasons) was the 114th staging of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, the Gaelic Athletic Association's premier inter-county hurling tournament. The draw for the 2000 fixtures took place on 14 November 1999. The championship began on 6 May 2000 and ended on 10 September 2000.
Cork were the defending champions but were defeated by Offaly in the All-Ireland semi-final.Carlow, New York and Westmeath fielded teams after long absences.
On 10 September 2000, Kilkenny won the championship following a 5-15 to 1-14 defeat of Offaly in the All-Ireland final.This was their 26th All-Ireland title, their first in seven championship seasons. It was the third All-Ireland final to feature teams from the same province.
Offaly's Johnny Dooley was the championship's top scorer with 0-41. Kilkenny's D. J. Carey was the unanimous choice for Hurler of the Year.
Following a motion from the Westmeath County Board at Congress, the Leinster Council proposed the introduction of a "back door system" in their hurling championship. This would be introduced to help develop hurling in the "weaker" counties and to ensure at least two championship games for these teams. While the motion was passed at Congress in April, the new format was rejected by the GAA's management committee at a meeting on 30 October 1999. The committee disagreed with the prospect of allowing losers from earlier rounds to re-enter the championship through a "back door system". As a result of this the Leinster Council were forced to tweak their championship format. This also led to the postponement of the championship draw. The Leinster Council's diluted proposal saw the introduction of a round-robin for the four weakest teams in the province. The group stage winners would join the other three teams in the championship proper.
Due to the introduction of the round robin system in Leinster, Carlow and Westmeath returned to the championship.
On 18 May 2000 the Roscommon County Board announced that the senior hurling team were withdrawing from the Connacht Championship. Nine of the previous year's panel were absent and, together with a lack of commitment from the remaining players, the board were left with no choice but to withdraw. As a result of this the Connacht Championship was not played and Galway's first game was an All-Ireland quarter-final.
The Kerry County Board were faced with a similar prospect to Roscommon, however, they declined to withdraw from the Munster Championship.
New York joined the Ulster Championship.
|Antrim||Saffron and white||Seán McNaughton||Conor McCambridge||O'Neills||Bushmills|
|Carlow||Red, yellow and green||Eddie Byrne||O'Neills||Stone Developments|
|Clare||Saffron and blue||Ger Loughnane||Brian Lohan||O'Neills||Eircell|
|Cork||Red and white||Jimmy Barry-Murphy||Fergal Ryan||O'Neills||Esat Digifone|
|Derry||White and red||Kevin McNaughton||Conor Murray||O'Neills||O'Kane Insurance|
|Down||Red and black||Jimmy O'Reilly||O'Neills||Canal Court Hotel|
|Dublin||Blue and navy||Michael O'Grady||O'Neills||Arnott's|
|Galway||Maroon and white||Mattie Murphy||Joe Rabbitte||O'Neills||Supermac's|
|Kerry||Green and gold||Michael O'Halloran||O'Neills||Kerry Group|
|Kilkenny||Black and amber||Brian Cody||Willie O'Connor||O'Neills||Avonmore|
|Laois||Blue and white||Padraig Horan||P. J. Peacock||O'Neills||Meadow Meats|
|Limerick||Green and white||Éamonn Cregan||Ollie Moran||O'Neills||Red Cow Moran's Hotel|
|London||Green and white||O'Neills||Setanta Sports|
|New York||White and blue||O'Neills||Budweiser|
|Offaly||Green, white and gold||Pat Fleury||Johnny Dooley||O'Neills||Carroll Meats|
|Tipperary||Blue and gold||Nicky English||Tommy Dunne||O'Neills||Finches|
|Waterford||White and blue||Gerald McCarthy||Paul Flynn||O'Neills||Gain Feeds|
|Wexford||Purple and gold||Joachim Kelly||Rory McCarthy||O'Neills||Wexford Creamery|
|3 June 2000Quarter-final||Derry||3-14 – 1-10||New York||Casement Park|
|P Branniff 0-6, N Sands, G Savage 1-1 each, B Branniff 0-4, G McGrattan 1-0, P Monan, G Gordan 0-1 each.||K Kennedy 1-1, O Cummins 0-3, D Ryan, T Simms, B McCabe 0-2 each.||Referee: E Morris (Dublin)|
|11 June 2000Semi-final||Derry||2-15 – 0-8||Down||Casement Park|
|G Biggs 0-10, M Collins 1-2, J O'Dwyer 0-3, K McKeever 1-0.||Report||J McGrattan 0-3, P Braniff, G McGrattan, G Savage, G Gordan, D Byers 0-1 each.||Referee: P Aherne (Carlow)|
|11 June 2000Semi-final||Antrim||2-23 – 0-12||London||Casement Park|
|G O'Kane 1-9, C McCambridge 1-4, A Delargey 0-3, C Hamill 0-3, C Cunning 0-2, M Molloy, R Donnelly 0-1 each.||Report||T Moloney 0-6, D Browne, M O'Meara, T Lohan, D Deane 0-1 each, F Horgan 0-2.||Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)|
|9 July 2000Final||Derry||4-8 – 0-19||Antrim||Casement Park|
|G Biggs 1-3 (2f), O Collins 1-2 (2f), J O'Dwyer 1-1, K McKeever 1-0, K McCloy and G Biggs 0-1 each.||Report||C McCambridge. 0-6, (3 '65, 1f), Gregory O'Kane 0-4 (3f), A Elliott 0-3, C Hamill 0-3 (1 sideline), C Cunning, J Connolly, A Delargy 0-1 each.||Referee: J McDonnell (Tipperary)|
|27 May 2000Quarter-final||Kerry||0-4 – 2-32||Cork||Fitzgerald Stadium|
|P Cronin, O Diggins, C Walsh (f), M Slattery (f) 0-1 each.||Report||N Ronan 0-8 (1f), T McCarthy 1-3, S McGrath 0-4, J Deane 0-4 (3f), A Browne 1-1, K Murray 0-3, P Ryan, B Coleman, F McCormack, J O'Connor 0-2 each, M O'Connell 0-1 (f).||Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)|
|28 May 2000Quarter-final||Tipperary||0-17 – 0-14||Waterford||Páirc Uí Chaoimh|
|T Dunne 0-5 (5f), J Leahy 0-3, D Ryan, P Shelley, M O'Leary 0-2 each, B O'Meara, P Ryan, P O'Brien 0-1 each.||Report||K McGrath, P Flynn (2f) 0-3 each, P Queally, D Bennett 0-2 each, F Hartley (f), B O'Sullivan, T Browne, D Shanahan 0-1 each.||Referee: D Murphy (Wexford)|
|4 June 2000Semi-final||Cork||2-17 – 1-11||Limerick||Semple Stadium|
|J Deane (1-4), S McGrath (1-2), P Ryan (0-3), T McCarthy (0-2), F McCormack (0-2), W Sherlock (0-1), N Ronan (0-1), B O'Connor (0-1), K Murray (0-1).||Report||J Butler (1-1), M Keane (0-3), M O'Brien (0-1), M Foley (0-1), C Carey (0-1), B Begley (0-1), O Moran (0-1), J Moran (0-1), D Hennessy (0-1).||Referee: A Mac Suibhne (Dublin)|
|11 June 2000Semi-final||Tipperary||2-19 – 1-14||Clare||Páirc Uí Chaoimh|
|E O'Neill (0-7), D Ryan (1-1), P Shelly (1-0), J Leahy (0-3), B O'Meara (0-3), M O'Leary (0-3), T Dunne (0-1), P O'Brien (0-1).||Report||D Forde (1-1), J O'Connor (0-3), N Gilligan (0-2), S McMahon (0-2), G Quinn (0-1), B Quinn (0-1), A Daly (0-1), E Flannery (0-1), K Ralph (0-1), B Murphy (0-1).||Referee: P O'Connor (Limerick)|
|6 May 2000Round robin||Carlow||2-12 – 1-16||Dublin||Dr. Cullen Park|
|P Coady (0-5), M Ryan (1-1), J Byrne (1-0), J Kavanagh (0-2), R Foley (0-2), D Roberts (0-1), C Jordan (0-1).||Report||T McGrane (0-7), D Daly (1-2), G Glynn (0-3), D Russell (0-1), L O'Donoghue (0-1), M Fitzsimons (0-1), D Sweeney (0-1).||Referee: G Harrington (Cork)|
|7 May 2000Round robin||Laois||3-18 – 2-8||Westmeath||Cusack Park|
|F O'Sullivan 1-3, J Young 1-3 (0-2 frees), D Cuddy 0-5 (0-2 frees), N Rigney 1-0 (`65'), D Rooney and J Phelan 0-2 each, P Cuddy, D Dowling and D Conroy 0-1 each.||(report)||A Mitchell 1-4 (0-3 frees and 1-0 penalty), B Kennedy 1-0, O Devine 0-2, J Gavigan 0-1, B Williams 0-1 (free).||Referee: J. McDonnell (Tipperary)|
|14 May 2000Round robin||Westmeath||0-7 – 1-20||Dublin||Cusack Park|
|B. Murphy (0-1), V. Bateman (0-1), P. Williams (0-1), A. Mitchell (0-1), O. Devine (0-1), G. Gavin (0-1), J. Gavigan (0-1).||T. McGrane (1-6), D. Russell (0-3), S. Duignan (0-2), D. Daly (0-2), G. Ennis (0-2), D. Sweeney (0-2), G. Glynn (0-2), S. Martin (0-1).||Referee: S Roche (Tipperary)|
|17 May 2000Round robin||Carlow||1-10 – 2-16||Laois||Dr. Cullen Park|
|P. Coady (0-6), C. Jordan (1-1), R. Foley (0-2), M. Ryan (0-1).||D. Cuddy (1-6), F. O'Sullivan (1-0), D. Rooney (0-3), A. Coffey (0-2), N. Rigney (0-2), J. Phelan (0-2), J. Young (0-1).||Referee: J Guinan (Kilkenny)|
|23 May 2000Round robin||Westmeath||2-11 – 3-11||Carlow||Cusack Park|
|B. Kennedy (2-1), B. Williams (0-3), A. Devine (0-2), C. Murtagh (0-2), R. Galvin (0-1), P. Williams (0-1), J. Gavigan (0-1).||P. Coady (1-5), J. Kavanagh (0-4), J. Byrne (1-0), M. Ryan (1-0), R. Foley (0-2).||Referee: P Neary (Kilkenny)|
|28 May 2000Round robin||Dublin||0-18 – 0-18||Laois||Nowlan Park|
|T McGrane 0-8 (7f), D Henry, D Russell, S Duignan, G Ennis 0-2 each, D Sweeney, S Martin 0-1 each.||Report||D Cuddy 0-12 (9f), C Cuddy, F O'Sullivan 0-2 each, D Rooney, J Young 0-1 each.||Referee: S McMahon (Clare)|
|5 June 2000Play-off||Dublin||2-15 – 1-14||Laois||O'Connor Park|
|T McGrane 0-8 (7f), S Martin, S Duignan 1-1 each, D Sweeney 0-2, D Henry, N Butler, G Ennis 0-1 each.||Report||D Cuddy 0-6 (4f), D Conroy 1-0, D Rooney, A Coffey 0-2 each, D Dowling, N Rigney, J Young, F O'Sullivan 0-1 each.||Referee: W Barrett (Tipperary)|
|18 June 2000Semi-final||Kilkenny||3-16 – 0-10||Dublin||Croke Park|
|C Carter 1-3, H Shefflin 0-6, 3 frees, E Brennan 1-0, S Grehan 0-2, E Kennedy 0-2, 1 free, 1 `65', P Mullally, B McEvoy, DJ Carey 0-1 each.||Report||T McGrane 0-4, 3 frees, D Russell, S Duignan 0-2 each, M Fitzsimons, S Martin 0-1 each.||Attendance: M Wadding (Waterford)|
|18 June 2000Semi-final||Offaly||3-15 – 1-8||Wexford||Croke Park|
|J Dooley 0-9 (6f, 1 `65'), J Errity 1-1, G Hanniffy 1-1, B Murphy 1-0, Joe Dooley 0-2, J Pilkington, J Troy 0-1 each.||(report)||L Murphy 1-2, P Codd 0-4 (2f, 1 `65'), M Jordan and M Storey 0-1 each.||Referee: W Barrett (Tipperary)|
|9 July 2000Final||Kilkenny||2-21 – 1-13||Offaly||Croke Park|
|C Carter 1-4, D J Carey 1-3 (2f), H Shefflin 0-6 (4f, 1 '65), S Grehan 0-3, D Byrne 0-2, B McEvoy, J Power, A Comerford 0-1 each.||(report)||Johnny Dooley 0-5 (4f), B Murphy 0-4, Joe Dooley 1-0, G Hanniffy 0-3, M Duignan 0-1.||Attendance: 32,802|
Referee: W Barrett (Tipperary)
|23 July 2000Quarter-Final||Tipperary||0-15 – 1-14||Galway||Croke Park|
|J Leahy 0-4 (3f), E O'Neill 0-3 (2f), B O'Meara, M O'Leary 0-2 each, P Shelley, E Enright, P Kelly, E Kelly 0-1 each.||Report||E Cloonan 1-4 (1-1 frees), R Gantley 0-5 (2f, 2'65's), D Canning, A Kerins, O Fahy, J Rabbitte, K Broderick 0-1 each.||Referee: D Murphy (Wexford)|
|23 July 2000Quarter-final||Offaly||2-23 – 2-17||Derry||Croke Park|
|Johnny Dooley 0-12 (4 frees, 2 `65s'), B Murphy 2-1, J Pilkington 0-5, C Gath 0-3, Joe Dooley 0-2.||Report||M Collins 1-4, G McGonigle 1-3 (2 frees), Gary Biggs 0-4 (all frees), R McCloskey, J O'Dwyer 0-2 each, O Collins 0-2 (1 free, 1 pen).||Referee: M Wadding (Waterford)|
|6 August 2000Semi-final||Offaly||0-19 – 0-15||Cork||Croke Park|
|Johnny Dooley 0-7 (5f), J Pilkington 0-4, G Hanniffy 0-3, Joe Dooley 0-2, G Oakley, J Ryan, M Murphy 0-1 each.||Report||J Deane 0-10 (6f), B O'Connor, P Ryan, D Barrett, A Browne, S McGrath 0-1 each.||Referee: W Barrett (Tipperary)|
|13 August 2000Semi-final||Kilkenny||2-19 – 0-17||Galway||Croke Park|
|D Byrne 0-8 (1f, 2 65s), H Shefflin 0-7 (4f), D J Carey 1-2 (1f), A Comerford 1-0, C Carter, J Power 0-1 each.||Report||A Kerins 0-5, E Cloonan 0-5 (3f), R Gantley 0-4 (2f, 2'65's), D Tierney, O Fahy, M Healy 0-1 each.||Referee: P O'Connor (Limerick)|
|10 September 2000Final||Kilkenny||5-15 – 1-14||Offaly||Croke Park|
|H Shefflin (2-2), DJ Carey (1-4), C Carter (1-3), D Byrne (0-4), E Brennan (1-0), J Hoyne (0-1), A Comerford (0-1)||Report||Johnny Dooley (0-8), J Pilkington (1-1), G Hanniffy (0-1), B Murphy (0-1), P Mulhaire (0-1), Joe Dooley (0-1), B Whelehan (0-1)||Attendance: 61,493|
Referee: W Barrett (Tipperary)
|Donal Óg Cusack||Cork|
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