2019 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship

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All-Ireland Minor Football Championship 2019
Championship details
Dates10 April - 1 September 2019
TeamsThirty-two
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Cork (11th win)
CaptainConor Corbett
ManagerBobbie O'Dwyer
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Galway
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Kildare
Ulster Monaghan
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
No. matches played68
Top ScorerTomo Culhane
Player of the YearConor Corbett
2018
2020

The 2019 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship was the GAA's premier inter-county Gaelic football competition for under seventeens. Thirty-two county teams from Ireland competed.

Contents

2018 was the first minor competition for under 17-year-olds – previously the competition had an under eighteen age limit. The under seventeen championship with a new format was introduced after a vote at the GAA Congress on 26 February 2016.

A league format is followed in Connacht and Leinster. Munster introduced a double league format in 2019 with the winners of an initial Phase 1 league containing weaker teams advancing to a Phase 2 league where they play in a 3-team league with Cork and Kerry. Ulster still plays a knockout championship.

The winners will receive the Tom Markham Cup.

Teams

Thirty-two teams from Ireland contested the championship. New York and London did not participate in this competition.

Competition Format

Provincial Championships

Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster each organised provincial championship. Each province decided its own rules for determining their champions. The formats for the 2019 provincial championships are explained in the sections below.

All-Ireland

The four provincial winners play the four provincial runners-up in the All-Ireland quarterfinals. Two semi-finals and a final follow. All matches are played in a single knockout format. The minor final is normally played before the All-Ireland senior final.

Provincial Championships

Connacht Minor Football Championship

Connacht Format

All five Connacht counties compete in a single round robin format. [1] The top three teams in the round robin table meet again in the Connacht semi-final and final.

The winners receive the Tom Kilcoyne Cup.

Connacht Table

PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPtsQualification
1 Colours of Galway.svg Galway 43019250+426Contest Connacht final and advance to All-Ireland quarter finals
2 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 42027245+274Contest Connacht semi-final, winner advances to Connacht final and All-Ireland quarter finals
3 Colours of Sligo.svg Sligo 42027458+164
4 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 42027473+14
5 Colours of Leitrim.svg Leitrim 400433116830
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: [ citation needed ]
Rules for classification: 1) League points; 2) Where only two teams are involved, the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the competition; 3) Scoring difference; 4) Highest total score for; 5) A play-off.

Connacht League Section Rounds 1 to 5

17 May 2019Round 1 Leitrim 0-06 - 1-20 Mayo Ballinamore, Leitrim
Report
17 May 2019Round 1 Roscommon 1-17 - 1-15 Galway Hyde Park, Roscommon
Report
24 May 2019Round 2 Galway 0-15 -1-10 Sligo Tuam Stadium Galway
24 May 2019Round 2 Mayo 4-14 - 0-05 Roscommon James Stephens Park Ballina Mayo
31 May 2019Round 3 Roscommon 5-15 - 0-08 Leitrim Hyde Park, Roscommon
31 May 2019Round 3 Sligo 0-16 - 0-12 Mayo Markievicz Park, Sligo
14 June 2019Round 4 Mayo 0-11 - 2-12 Galway MacHale Park, Mayo
Referee: Brendan Healy Roscommon
14 June 2019Round 4 Leitrim 1-09 - 1-21 Sligo Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada Leitrim
21 June 2019Round 5 Galway 5-24 - 1-04 Leitrim Tuam Stadium Galway
21 June 2019Round 5 Sligo 2-15 - 4-07 Roscommon Markievicz Park Sligo

Connacht Semi Final

26 June 2019
19:30 IST (UTC+1)
Final
Sligo 1-10 (13)(22) 5-7 Mayo

Connacht Final

5 July 2019
19:30 IST (UTC+1)
Final
Galway 1-17 (20)(21) 1-18 Mayo
Tuam Stadium , Galway
Referee: Patrick McTiernan (Roscommon)

Leinster Minor Football Championship

Leinster Format

Leinster teams competed in 3 groups, each of 4 teams. Each team in a group plays a single match against the other teams. [2] The first two teams in each group progress to the Leinster semi-finals.

Leinster Group 1 table

PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPtsQualification
1 Colours of Laois.svg Laois 2110252503Advance to Leinster Semi-Final
2 Colours of Westmeath.svg Westmeath 21012823+52
3 Colours of Longford.svg Longford 2101192342
4 Colours of Carlow.svg Carlow 2011202221
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: [ citation needed ]
Rules for classification: 1) League points; 2) Where only two teams are involved, the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the competition; 3) Scoring difference; 4) Highest total score for; 5) A play-off.
Leinster Group 1 Rounds 1 to 3
April 2019Round 1v
April 2019Round 1v
April 2019Round 2v
April 2019Round 2v
April 2019Round 3v
April 2019Round 3v

Leinster Group 2 table

PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPtsQualification
1 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 22004329+144Advance to Leinster Quarter-Final
2 Colours of Meath.svg Meath 2101242732
3 Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly 2101182022
4 Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford 0000253490
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: [ citation needed ]
Rules for classification: 1) League points; 2) Where only two teams are involved, the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the competition; 3) Scoring difference; 4) Highest total score for; 5) A play-off.
Leinster Group 2 Rounds 1 to 3
April 2019Round 1v
April 2019Round 1 Dublin 4-10 - 2-10 Meath Parnell Park, Dublin
R O’Dwyer 1-2, F Murray 0-4 (0-3f), S Kinsella, L Swan 1-1 each, R Bolger 1-0, A Rogers, D O’Dowd 0-1.[https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/minor-footballers-finish-strong-to-edge-out-meath D Bell 1-1, N Finnerty 0-3, A Chinchilla 1-0, P Sheridan, E Frayne (0-2f), B Thompson (0-2f) 0-2 each.Referee: A Coyne (Westmeath).
April 2019Round 2v
April 2019Round 2 Dublin 3-12 - 1-10 Wexford Bellefield, Enniscorthy.
F Murray 2-6 (0-6f), R Bolger 1-3, D Fagan, S Kinsella, L Curran 0-1 each. Report J O'Leary 0-4 (0-2f, 0-1 '45'), J Curtis 1-1, L Whelan 0-3 (0-1f), R O'Connor, R Connolly 0-1 each.Referee: K Harris (Kildare).
April 2019Round 3v
April 2019Round 3 Dublin 2-13 - 0-13 Offaly O'Connor Park, Tullamore
R Bolger 1-3, F Murray 1-1 (0-1 ‘45’), L Swan 0-3, C Monaghan 0-2, D O’Dowd, S Kinsella, D Fagan, R Keogh 0-1 each[https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/minor-footballers-progress-to-leinster-quarter-finals-1 C Delaney 0-6 (0-4f, 0-1 ’45’), M Tynan 0-4 (0-3f), D Flynn 0-2, J Sheerin 0-1.Referee: N Ward (Westmeath)

Leinster Group 3 table

PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPtsQualification
1 Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 2200400+404Advance to Leinster Semi-Final
2 Colours of Wicklow.svg Wicklow 2101028282
3 Colours of Louth.svg Louth 21014138+32
4 Colours of Kilkenny.svg Kilkenny 20022672460
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: [ citation needed ]
Rules for classification: 1) League points; 2) Where only two teams are involved, the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the competition; 3) Scoring difference; 4) Highest total score for; 5) A play-off.
Leinster Group 3 Rounds 1 to 3
8 May 2019Round 1 Louth v Kildare Ardee
May 2019Round 1v
May 2019Round 2v
May 2019Round 2v
May 2019Round 3v
May 2019Round 3v

Leinster Quarter-Finals

1 June 2018
15:00
Quarter-Final 1
Wicklow 1-9 - 0-20 Dublin Joule Park, Aughrim
Referee: Seamus Mulhare (Laois)
Shane Daly 0-4, Joe Prendergast 1-1, Matthew Ging 0-3 (0-2f), Tom Keogh 0-1 Report Fionn Murray 0-6 (0-3f, 1 '45), Alex Rogers 0-4, Ryan O'Dwyer 0-3 (0-2f), Luke Curran 0-2, Luke Murphy-Guinane, Sean Kinsella, Robbie Bolger, Luke Swan, Ross Keogh 0-1 each

1 June 2018
16:00
Quarter-Final 2
Westmeath 2-15 - 1-14 AET Meath Cusack Park (Mullingar)
Referee: David Fedigan (Louth)
Man of the Match: Fionn O'Hara (St. Loman's Mullingar)
Ben McGauran 0-6 (0-3f), Fionn O'Hara 1-2, Shane Reid 1-1, Luke Buckley 0-3 (0-1f), Eamonn Martin, Dan Leech, Cillian Lawlor 0-1 each Report Eoghan Frayne 0-9 (0-6f, 1 '45), Niall Finnerty 1-3 (0-2f), Josh Carolan and Barry Thompson 0-1 each

Leinster Semi-Finals

21 June 2019
20:00
Semi-Final 1
Laois 1-6 - 0-12 Kildare O'Moore Park
Referee: David Fedigan (Louth)
Oisin Hooney 1-0, Conor Goode and Brian Whelan (0-2f) 0-2 each, Sean Greene and Colin Dunne 0-1 each Report Eoin Bagnall 0-8 (0-7f), Aaron Browne 0-2, Shane Flynn and Oisin Milmoe 0-1 each

22 June 2019
15:45
Semi-Final 2
Westmeath 1-11 - 0-18 Dublin Cusack Park
Referee: David Hickey (Carlow)
Man of the Match: Ross Keogh (St. Sylvesters)
Ben McGauran 1-4, Fionn O'Hara and Dan Leech 0-2 each, Luke Buckley (1 '45), Devin Hill, Shane Reid 0-1 each Report Fionn Murray 0-6 (0-3f, 1 '45), Alex Rogers 0-4, Ross Keogh 0-3, Senan Forker, Conor Archer, Ryan O'Dwyer (0-1f), Robbie Bolger, Luke Murphy-Guinane 0-1 each

Leinster Final

6 July 2019
14:00
Final
Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 2-21 - 1-19 AET Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg Páirc Tailteann, Navan
Referee: David Hickey (Carlow)
Man of the Match: Aaron Browne (Celbridge)
Eoin Bagnall 1-7 (0-6f), Aaron Browne 1-7, Shane Flynn 0-3, Eoin Meehan 0-2, Kevin Eustace and Mikey Delahunty 0-1 each Report Fionn Murray 0-10 (0-8f, 1 '45), Luke Swan 1-1, Ryan O'Dwyer 0-4 (0-2f, 0-1 pen), Luke Curran 0-2, Alex Rogers and Ross Keogh 0-1 each

Munster Minor Football Championship

Munster Format

The four weakest Munster teams compete in a league known as Phase 1.

The winner of Phase 1 competes in a further league known as Phase 2 [3]

Munster Phase 1

Munster Phase 1 League Rounds 1 to 4

10 April 2019Round 1 Clare 3-15 - 1-10 Limerick Newcastlewest, Limerick
Report Referee: Brendan Griffin Kerry

Phase 1 Round 1 Clare 3-15 Limerick 0-10 10/4 Newcastlewest Brendan Griffin (Kerry)

Phase 1 Round 1 Tipperary 4-13 Waterford 0-7 10/4 Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town John Ryan (Cork)

Phase 1 Round 2 Clare 1-10 Tipperary 0-6 17/4 Cusack Park Ennis Seamus Mulvihill (Kerry)

Phase 1 Round 2 Waterford 1-7 Limerick 0-10 17/4 Fraher Field Dungarvan Sean Lonergan (Tipperary)

Phase 1 Round 3 Tipperary 0-10 Limerick 0-10 24/4 Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town Chris Maguire (Clare)

Phase 1 Round 3 Waterford 2-7 Clare 1-9 24/4 Fraher Field Dungarvan Jonathan Hayes (Limerick)

Phase 1 Final Clare 3-12 Tipperary 0-6 8/5 LIT Gaelic Grounds Sean Joy (Kerry)

Team Played Won Drawn Lost Scores For Scores Against Score Difference Points

Clare 3 2 0 1 5-34 (49) 2-23 (29) +20 4

Tipperary 3 1 1 1 4-29 (41) 1-27 (30) +11 3

Waterford 3 1 1 1 3-21 (30) 5-32 (47) -17 3

Limerick 3 0 2 1 0-30 (30) 4-32 (44) -14 2

Munster Phase 2

Phase 2 Round 1 Kerry 3-19 Cork 1-9 7/5 Páirc Uí Rinn Alan Kissane (Waterford)

Phase 2 Round 2 Cork 3-9 Clare 0-14 15/5 Cusack Park Ennis Brendan Griffin (Kerry)

Phase 2 Round 3 Kerry 1-16 Clare 0-11 23/5 Austin Stack Park Tralee Donnacha O’Callaghan (Limerick)

2019 Munster Minor Football Championship Table Phase 2

Team Played Won Drawn Lost Scores For Scores Against Score Difference Points

Kerry 2 2 0 0 4-35 (47) 1-20 (23) +24 4

Cork 2 1 0 1 4-18 (30) 3-33 (42) -12 2

Clare 2 0 0 2 0-25 (25) 4-25 (37) -12 0

Munster Final

22 June 2019
18:00 IST (UTC+1)
Final
Kerry Colours of Kerry.svg 3-14 (23)(20) 2-14 Colours of Cork.svg Cork
Páirc Uí Chaoimh , Cork
Referee: Seán Lonergan (Tipperary)

Ulster Minor Football Championship

For official fixtures and results see Ulster Minor Football Championship at ulstergaa.ie

Ulster Format

In 2018 the Ulster Championship changed to a double-elimination format, which replaced the straight knockout style of previous years. Every team who lost a match before the semi-finals re-entered the competition via the Qualifiers Round 1 (R1), Qualifiers Round 2 (R2) or Qualifiers Round 3 (R3). This ensured that all teams played at least two games. [4] The semi-finals and final were knockout.

The winners received the Father Murray Cup.

Ulster Direct Route

Ulster Preliminary Round

Two of the nine teams were drawn to play in the preliminary round.

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Ulster Round 1

The seven teams who avoided the preliminary round plus the winners of the preliminary round competed in four matches in round 1.

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Ulster Round 2

The four winning teams from round 1 met in two matches.

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Ulster Qualifier Route

Ulster Qualifiers R1

Two of the five teams beaten in the preliminary round or round 1 met in a playoff match. The losing team was eliminated from the competition.

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Ulster Qualifiers R2

The four remaining teams who lost only one match in the preliminary round or round 1 met in two matches with the two losing teams being eliminated,

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Ulster Qualifiers R3

The two losing teams from round 2 (who lost only one match) met the two winning teams from the qualifiers R2. The two losing teams were eliminated from the competition.

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Ulster Knockout Stage

Ulster Semi-Finals

The two winning teams from round 2 met the two winning teams from the qualifiers R3. The two losing teams were eliminated from the competition.

21 June 2019 (2019-06-21)Semi-Final Derry Colours of Derry.svg 0-10 (10)(17) 1-14 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone Armagh  
20:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Athletic Grounds
Referee: Sean Laverty (Antrim)
21 June 2019 (2019-06-21)Semi-Final Monaghan Colours of Monaghan.svg 5-10 (25)(17) 2-11 Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal Enniskillen  
20:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Brewster Park
Referee: James Lewis (Fermanagh)
Ulster Final
14 July 2019 (2019-07-14)
16:00 IST (UTC+1)
Final
Monaghan Colours of Monaghan.svg 1-13 (16)(14) 1-11 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone
(HT: 0-09 0-08)
Gls: M Hamill
Pts: D Dempsey (5, 1f, 1 '45), J Irwin (2), M Hamill, S Slevin, E Duffy, K Gallagher, K Connolly, D Marron
Gls: M McGleenan
Pts: L Donnelly (4, 2f), M Devlin (3, 1 '45), D Fullerton, C Daly, S O'Donnell, M McGleenan
Athletic Grounds , Armagh
Referee: Dan Mullan (Derry)

All-Ireland

For official fixtures and results see All Ireland Minor Football Championship @ gaa.ie

All-Ireland Draw

Quarter-Finals
Semi-Finals Final
         
Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 5-12 (27)
Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 2-19 (25)
Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 1-13 (16)
Colours of Cork.svg Cork 4-12 (24)
Colours of Monaghan.svg Monaghan 2-10 (16)
Colours of Cork.svg Cork 3-19 (28)
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 0-00 (00)
Colours of Cork.svg Cork 0-00 (00)
Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 0-15 (15)
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 2-17 (23)
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 0-14 (14)
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 0-13 (13)
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 1-12 (15)
Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 0-09 (09)

Quarter-finals

27 July 2019Quarter-final Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 5-12 - 2-19 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin Pearse Park, Longford
F Irwin 0-5 (0-3f), R Keane, E Henry (1 '45), C Mylett 1-1 each, P Walsh and R Morrin 1-0 each, D Thornton 0-3, J Grady 0-1 Report F Murray 0-10 (0-5f, 2 '45), A Rogers 1-3, L Curran 1-2 (0-1f), C Walsh, D Fagan, L Swan, R Keogh 0-1 eachReferee: P Faloon (Down)
27 July 2019Quarter-final Galway Colours of Galway.svg 2-17 - 0-15 Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare Pearse Park, Longford
E Bagnall (0-4f) and A Browne 0-5 each, A Conneely 0-2, PJ Cullen, A Boyle, C O’Brie 0-1 each Report T Culhane 0-6 (0-5f), N Grainger 1-2, J McLaughlin 1-1, D Cox 0-3, E Nolan and W Seoige 0-2 each, N Cunningham 0-1Referee: S Lonergan (Tipperary)
28 July 2019Quarter-final Kerry Colours of Kerry.svg 1-12 - 0-09 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone O'Connor Park, Tullamore
J O’Connor 0-5 (2 ’45, 1f), E O’Shea 1-2, D Geaney 0-3, E O’Sullivan 0-1, R O’Grady 0-1. Report M Devlin 0-4 (2’45), L Donnelly 0-3 (1f), D Fullerton 0-1, S Browne 0-1.Referee: B Tiernan (Dublin)
28 July 2019Quarter-final Cork Colours of Cork.svg 3-19 - 2-10 Colours of Monaghan.svg Monaghan O'Connor Park, Tullamore
P Campbell 1-5 (0-5f), M O’Neill 1-3 (0-2f), C Corbett 1-3 (0-2f), R O’Donovan 0-3 (0-1f), D Linehan 0-2, D Cashman 0-1, K Scannell 0-1, A Walsh Murphy 0-1. Report L McDonald 2-0 (2-0 pen), D Dempsey 0-4, J Irwin 0-3 (2f), D Marron 0-1, E Duffy 0-1, A Brennan 0-1.Referee: L Devenney (Mayo)

Semi-finals

10 August 2019Semi-final Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 1-13 - 4-12 Colours of Cork.svg Cork Croke Park, Dublin
C Corbett 2-3, P Campbell 1-2, D Linehan 1-0, R O’Donovan, H Murphy, M O’Neill (0-1f) 0-2 each, J Cahalane 0-1. Report P Heneghan 0-4, E Henry 0-3 (0-3f), N Feeney 1-0, F Irwin 0-2, S Dempsey, C Mylett (0-1f), J Grady (0-1f), O McHale 0-1 each.Referee: N Cullen (Fermanagh)
11 August 2019Semi-final Galway Colours of Galway.svg 0-14 - 0-13 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry Croke Park, Dublin
T Culhane 0-6 (0-4f), W Seoige and D Brady 0-2 each, N Grainger, C Hernon, D Cox and D Kennedy 0-1 each. Report D Lynch, D Geaney and E O’Shea 0-3 each, J O’Connor 0-2, S O’Brien and C Crowley 0-1 each.Referee: M McNally (Monaghan)

Final

1 September 2019Final Colours of Cork.svg Cork 3-20 - 3-14
(aet)
Galway Colours of Galway.svg Croke Park, Dublin
C Corbett 1-7, M O’Neill 0-6 (3fs), R O’Donovan 1-2, J Cahalane 1-1, D Cashman 0-2, P Campbell and L Murphy 0-1 each. Report T Culhane 0-10 (7fs), N Cunningham 2-0, D Cox 1-2, N Grainger 0-2.Referee: N Mooney (Cavan)

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References

  1. "Connacht GAA Results".
  2. "Leinster GAA Results".
  3. "Munster GAA Results".
  4. "Ulster GAA Results".