2016 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2016
Championship details
Dates18 June – 11 September 2016
Teams11
All-Ireland champions
Winners Kilkenny (13th win)
Captain Michelle Quilty
Manager Ann Downey
All-Ireland runners-up
Runners-up Cork
Captain Ashling Thompson
Manager Paudie Murray
Championship statistics
Matches played30
2015
2017

The 2016 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship – known as the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship for sponsorship reasons – is the premier inter-county senior camogie competition.

Contents

The winners receive the O'Duffy Cup.

The championship began on 18 June. [1] [2]

Teams

Eleven county teams compete in the Senior Championship (tier 1). Sixteen lower-ranked county teams plus the second teams of tier 1 counties compete in the Intermediate (tier 2) and Junior (tier 3) Championships.

Format

Group Stage

The eleven teams are drawn into one group of six and one group of five. All the teams play each other once. Three points are awarded for a win and one for a draw.

Knock-out stage

Group stage

Key to colours
    Advance to semi-finals
    Advance to quarter-finals

Group 1

Table

TeamPldWDLFADiffPts
Colours of Cork.svg Cork 540111451+6312
Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford 540110270+3212
Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly 54018973+1612
Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick 52038091–116
Colours of Waterford.svg Waterford 51045896–383
Colours of Clare.svg Clare 500551113–620

Tie-Breaker

If only two teams are level on league points -

  • The team that won the head-to-head match is ranked first
  • If this game was a draw, score difference (total scored minus total conceded in all games) is used to rank the teams
  • If score difference is identical, total scored is used to rank the teams
  • If still identical, a play-off is required

If three or more teams are level on league points, score difference is used to rank the teams.

Rounds 1 to 5

Round 1
Round 1
Clare1-11 - 1-16Offaly
Sixmilebridge
Round 1
Waterford0-9 - 2-16Cork
Walsh Park
Round 1
Wexford3-17 - 1-16Limerick
Innovate Wexford Park
Round 2
Round 2
CorkvClare
Páirc Uí Rinn
Round 2
LimerickvWaterford
Kilmallock
Round 2
OffalyvWexford
St Brendan's Park, Birr
Round 3
Round 3
ClarevLimerick
Round 3
CorkvOffaly
Round 3
WaterfordvWexford
Round 4
Round 4
v
Round 4
v
Round 4
v
Round 5
Round 5
v
Round 5
v
Round 5
v

Group 2

Table

TeamPldWDLFADiffPts
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 44007534+4112
Colours of Kilkenny.svg Kilkenny 43019145+469
Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary 41126663+34
Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 41126362+14
Colours of Derry.svg Derry 400425116–910

Rounds 1 to 5

Round 1
Round 1
Derry2-3 - 5-24Kilkenny
Round 1
Galway1-13 - 1-10Tipperary
Round 2
Round 2
v
Round 2
v
Round 3
Round 3
Tipperary0-11 - 1-21Kilkenny
Round 3
v
Round 4
Round 3
v
Round 3
v
Round 5
Round 3
v
Round 3
v

Knock-out Stage

All-Ireland Quarter-Finals

The second team in group 1 plays the third team in group 2 and the third team in group 1 plays the second team in group 2. All matches are knock-out.

Quarter-Final
Wexford 2-11 - 0-16 Tipperary
Walsh Park, Waterford

Quarter-Final
Offaly 0-11 - 1-19 Kilkenny
MacDonagh Park, Nenagh

All-Ireland Semi-Finals

The winners of groups 1 and 2 play the winners of the two quarter-finals. All matches are knock-out

Semi-Final
Cork 0-19 - 0-15 Wexford

Semi-Final
Galway 1-19 - 3-15 Kilkenny

All-Ireland Final

Final
Kilkenny 1-13 - 1-9 Cork
D Gaule 0-7(fs), J A Malone 0-4, S Farrell 1-0, M Farrell, K Power 0-1 each Report O Cotter 1-2 (1-1fs), K Mackey 0-2, A Murray (pen), A Thompson, H Looney, E O’Sullivan, L Coppinger 0-1 each
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 20,037
Referee: Éamon Cassidy (Derry)

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References

Preceded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2015
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship
1932 – present
Succeeded by
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship 2017