2019 All-Ireland Under-20 Football Championship

Last updated
2019 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
Championship details
Dates22 June – 3 August 2019
Teams31
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Cork (29th win)
CaptainPeter O'Driscoll
ManagerKeith Ricken
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Dublin
CaptainJames Doran
ManagerTom Gray
Provincial Champions
Munster Cork
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Tyrone
Connacht Galway
Championship statistics
No. matches played30
Top Scorer Colours of Dublin.svg Ciarán Archer (9-35)
2018
2020

The 2019 All-Ireland Under-20 Football Championship was the second staging of the All-Ireland Under-20 Championship and the 56th staging overall of a Gaelic football championship for players between the minor and senior grades. The championship began on 22 June 2019 and ended on 3 August 2019.

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Kildare entered the championship as the defending champions, however, they were beaten by Laois in the Leinster Championship. [1] [2]

The All-Ireland final was played on 3 August 2019 at O'Moore Park in Portlaoise, between Cork and Dublin, in what was their first meeting in a final in 39 years. Cork won the match by 3-16 to 1-14 to claim their 12th championship title overall and a first title since 2009. [3]

Dublin's Ciarán Archer was the championship's top scorer with 9-35.

Results

Connacht Under-20 Football Championship

Quarter-final

26 June 2019Quarter-final Leitrim Colours of Leitrim.svg 4-13 - 3-17 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada
M Diffley 2-4 (1-0 pen, 0-3f), J Reynolds & O Bohan 1-1 each, J Gilheaney 0-3 (0-1f), C Cullen 0-2 each, J Clancy & A Hoare 0-1 each. Report R Dowd 1-7 (0-5f), P Carey 1-4 (0-2f), D Keenan 0-3, J Fitzpatrick 1-0, D Ruane 0-2, B Derwin 0-1.

Semi-finals

3 July 2019Semi-final Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 1-25 - 1-06 Colours of Sligo.svg Sligo MacHale Park
E O’Brien (0-6, 2f), T Conroy (0-5), S McGreal (0-3), A Orme (0-3, 1f), O Mullin (1-0), G Durcan (0-2), P Goldrick (0-2), J Gallagher (0-1), P Towey (0-1) N Moran (0-1), M Moran (0-1). Report B Gorman (0-4, 2f), S Carroll (1-0), A Reilly (0-1) S Deignan (0-1, 1f).
3 July 2019Semi-final Roscommon Colours of Roscommon.svg 1-07 - 0-17 Colours of Galway.svg Galway Páirc Naomh Bríd
G Galvin 1-0, R Dowd 0-3 (1f), A Brady 0-1 (’45), B Derwin 0-1 (f), P Carey 0-1 (f), J Fitzpatrick 0-1. Report R Cunningham 0-4, D Silke 0-3 (3f), M Tierney 0-3 (2f), L Costello 0-2, P Costello 0-2, R Mahon 0-1, L Boyle 0-1, E Mannion 0-1.

Final

10 July 2019Final Galway Colours of Galway.svg 0-16 - 0-10 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo Tuam Stadium
16:00D Silke 0-5 (0-4f), L Costello 0-4, P Costello 0-3 (0-1f), R Cunningham 0-2, C Newell and M Tierney (0-1f) 0-1 each Report E O'Brien 0-4f, P Towey and T Conroy 0-3 eachReferee: P Neilan (Roscommon)

Leinster Under-20 Football Championship

First round

22 June 2019First round Carlow Colours of Carlow.svg 2-04 - 3-22 Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly Netwatch Cullen Park
A Kehoe (1-2), P Hynes (1-0), D Ruth (0-2,1f). Report C Farrell (0-9, 45, f), C Johnson (1-3), K McDermott (1-2), A Brazil (1-0), J Bryant (0-3), J O'Brien (0-1); C Donnelly (0-1), C Donoghue (0-1); S Farrell (0-1), S O’Toole-Greene (0-1).
22 June 2019First round Wexford Colours of Wexford.svg 1-14 - 2-07 Colours of Wicklow.svg Wicklow Bellefield Complex
S Nolan (0-5, 1 free), S Forde (1-1), J Myler (0-3, 1 free), M Molloy (0-2); E Porter (0-1), E Minogue (0-1); D McVeigh (0-1). Report E Darcy (1-2, 1-0 pen., 0-1 free), J Deans (1-0), O McGraynor (0-2), P Hempenstall (0-1), R Stokes (0-1), F O'Shea (0-1).
25 June 2019First round Kildare Colours of Kildare.svg 1-11 - 0-17 Colours of Laois.svg Laois St. Conleth's Park
L Griffin 1-2 (1-0pen, 0-2fs), D Kirwan 0-3,C Joyce 0-2, J Cully 0-2(1f), B McDonnell 0-1, L O'Flynn 0-1 Report D Whelan 0-10 (3fs), M Doran 0-4, R Coffey 0-1, D Brophy 0-1, E Dunne 0-1'45

Quarter-finals

2 July 2019Quarter-final Westmeath Colours of Westmeath.svg 0-20 - 2-20 Colours of Laois.svg Laois Cusack Park
D Heavin 0-6 (4f); TJ Cox 0-4 (1f); N Cully 0-3; A Neary (1f), B Cox (1 lineball) 0-2 each; D Martin, A Flanagan, C Nolan 0-1 each. Report D Whelan 0-8 (5f); D McCormack 1-2; A Kinsella 0-5 (1f); M Doran 1-1; E Dunne 0-2; J Owens (f), R Tyrell 0-1 each. Westmeath:
2 July 2019Quarter-final Meath Colours of Meath.svg 1-12 - 0-12 Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly Páirc Tailteann
C McBride 1-0, D McGowan 0-3, L Byrne (1f, 1’45), L Mitchell 0-2 each, J Keane, M Costello, J Morris, C Ahearne, D Dixon 0-1 each. Report C Farrell 0-7 (5f), J O’Brien, S O’Toole Greene, C Johnson, J Bryant, N Poland 0-1 each.
2 July 2019Quarter-final Louth Colours of Louth.svg 0-16 - 3-10 Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford Gaelic Grounds
J Gallagher 0-6 (2f), F Malone 0-3 (2 45’), C Gillespie 0-2, L Jackson, S Hickey, K O’Neill, E Callaghan and L Grey 0-1 each. Report J Myler 2-3 (1-0pen, 1f ) Own Goal, S Nolan 0-2(2f), L Coleman, M Molloy, E Minogue, S Forde and D Brooks (145) 0-1 each.
2 July 2019Quarter-final Longford Colours of Longford.svg 0-07 - 4-21 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin Pearse Park
O Kenny 0-4f, J Hagan 0-2,1f, A McGuire 0-1. Report C Archer 2-8 (5f); H Ladd 1-2; D Lacey 1-1, R McGarry 0-4 (1f); B O’Leary, J Doran 0-2 each; K Lynch Bissett, M Lavin 0-1 each.

Semi-finals

9 July 2019Semi-final Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 1-17 - 0-06 Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford Parnell Park
C Archer 1-8 (0-7f), R McGarry (0-1f), J Doran, B O’Leary, N O’Leary 0-2 each, C Kinsella 0-1. Report M Molloy 0-2, J Myler (0-1f), D Brooks (0-1f), S Nolan, C Kavanagh 0-1 each.
9 July 2019Semi-final Laois Colours of Laois.svg 1-13 - 0-07 Colours of Meath.svg Meath O'Moore Park
A Kinsella 1-1; M Barry 0-4 (3f); R Coffey, D Whelan 0-2 each; C Slevin, J Owens, D McCormack, M Doran 0-1 each. Report L Mitchell 0-2f, A Lynch 0-2 (1f); D McGowan (f), M Costello (f), J Morris 0-1 each.

Final

19 July 2019
20:00
Final
Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 4-18 - 0-17 Colours of Laois.svg Laois O'Connor Park
Referee: Brendan Cawley (Kildare)
Man of the Match: Ciaran Archer (St. Maurs)
Ciaran Archer 3-8 (1-0 pen, 0-7f), Kieran Kennedy 1-0, James Doran 0-3, Brian O'Leary and Ross McGarry (0-1f) 0-2 each, Sean Lambe, Niall O'Leary, Karl Lynch Bissett 0-1 each Report Diarmuid Whelan 0-8 (0-6f), Mark Barry (0-1f) and Alan Kinsella 0-2 each, Eoin Dunne, Michael Doran, Ronan Coffey, Jack Owens, Niall Dunne 0-1 each

Munster Under-20 Football Championship

Quarter-finals

2 July 2019Quarter-final Waterford Colours of Waterford.svg 1-10 - 1-09 Colours of Clare.svg Clare Fraher Field
D Corcoran 1-7 (4fs), T Barron, B Power, D O’Keeffe 0-1 each. Report D O’Donnell 0-5 (4fs), C Rouine 1-0, S Casey (1f), D Coughlan (1f) 0-2 each.
2 July 2019Quarter-final= Tipperary Colours of Tipperary.svg 1-12 - 1-13 Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick Semple Stadium
R Quigley (1-4, 0-2 frees); S O’Connor (0-5, 0-4 frees); K Grogan (0-2); C Kennedy (0-1 each). Report N Callanan (1-3); J Downey (0-3, 0-2 frees, 0-1 ‘45), J Hayes (0-3, 0-3 frees); J Molyneaux (0-2); J Cummins, N McAuliffe (0-1 each).

Semi-finals

11 July 2019Semi-final Kerry Colours of Kerry.svg 0-18 - 1-03 Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick Austin Stack Park
D O’Sullivan 0-9 (3f); F Clifford 0-3; C Ferriter 0-2; J O’Connor, K Falvey, E Horan and P O’Shea 0-1 each. Report J Molyneaux 1-1; J Downey (f) and J Hayes (f) 0-1 each.
12 July 2019Semi-final Cork Colours of Waterford.svg 5-23 - 0-07 Colours of Waterford.svg Waterford Ahamilla Complex
M Cronin 1-4, C O’Mahony 1-4 (0-1 f), D Gore 1-3, J McCarthy, C O’Callaghan 1-0 each, G O’Donovan and P O’Driscoll 0-2 each, M Hodnett 0-2, 1f, M O’Mahony, B Hartnett, C Barrett, B Murphy, F Herlihy, J Murphy 0-1 each. Report D Corcoran 0-4 (0-1 f), S Whelan-Barrett, S Curry and B Power 0-1 each.

Final

18 July 2019Final Cork Colours of Cork.svg 3-16 - 0-12 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry Pairc Ui Rinn
20:00C O’Mahony 1-5 (0-2f), M Cronin 0-5 (0-1f), B Murphy 1-1, F Herlihy 1-0, C Barrett and D Gore 0-2 each, C O’Callaghan 0-1 Report D O’Sullivan 0-5 (0-4f), E Horan 0-3, C Gammel, S O’Leary, F Clifford, P O’Shea 0-1 eachReferee: A Kissane (Waterford)

Ulster Under-20 Football Championship

Preliminary round

23 June 2019Preliminary round Down Colours of Down.svg 1-16 - 0-11 Colours of Antrim.svg Antrim St. Tiernach's Park
L Kerr 0-5 (0-3fs), S Loughran 0-4 (0-1f), R Carr 0-4 (0-2 45s), A Devlin 1-0, C Clarke 0-1, S Annett 0-1; D McClements 0-1. Report T McAteer 0-2, D McErlaine 0-2 (0-2fs); E Nagle 0-2, E McCabe 0-1, P Shivers 0-1 (0-1f), J McCaffrey 0-1; D McAteer 0-1, R Brolly 0-1.

Quarter-Finals

28 June 2019Quarter-final Derry Colours of Derry.svg 5-12 - 2-13 Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh Owenbeg Complex
P Cassidy (1-04), L McWilliams (1-02), P McGrogan (1-00), E Doherty (1-00), K Friel (1-00), B McCarron (0-03), C McShane (0-01), D Cassidy (0-01), I Donaghy (0-01). Report C Turbit (1-06), C McConville (1-01), T Kelly (0-02); N McGuinness (0-01), C Cosgrove (0-01), E McConville (0-01).
28 June 2019Quarter-final Fermanagh Colours of Fermanagh.svg 0-14 - 0-12 Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal Brewster Park
C Jones (0-3), D McGurn (0-2, 1f), C Love (0-2), E Beacom (0-2), U Kelm (0-1), C McBrien (0-1), L McStravick (0-1), S Cassidy (0-1). Report P Dolan (0-3); C O’Donnell (0-3), S McDevitt (0-2f), C O’Donnell (0-21f), R Cunningham (0-1), P Mogan (0-1).
30 June 2019Quarter-final Tyrone Colours of Tyrone.svg 2-11 - 1-12 Colours of Down.svg Down Healy Park
T Quinn (0-06, 4f), D Canavan (1-01), M McKearney (1-00); R Gormley (0-01), S Og McAleer (0-01, f), M Conroy (0-01), O Mallon (0-01). Report C Clarke (1-03), L Kerr (0-04, 2f), S Loughran (0-02, 2f), D McClements (0-02), R McEvoy (0-01).
30 June 2019Quarter-final Cavan Colours of Cavan.svg 1-13 - 2-04 Colours of Monaghan.svg Monaghan Kingspan Breffni Park
P Lynch (0-9, 7F), T Reilly (1-1), C O’Reilly (0-1), C Madden (0-1), O Brady (0-1). Report S Jones (1-0), A Mohan (1-0), A Woods (0-2, 1f), D Connolly (0-1), R Mohan (0-1).

Semi-finals

5 July 2019Semi-final Derry Colours of Derry.svg 1-14 - 1-11 Colours of Fermanagh.svg Fermanagh Healy Park
D Cassidy (1-02), L McWilliams (0-04, 3f), C McShane (0-03), F Bradley (0-02, 2 ’45); P Cassidy (0-02), A Doherty (0-01). Report D McGurn (0-05, 5f), C McBrien (1-01), J Largo Ellis (0-1), C Jones (0-01), D McBrien (0-01); P Breen (0-01, f), J Reihill (0-01).Referee: N McKenna (Monaghan)
6 July 2019Semi-final Cavan Colours of Cavan.svg 0-09 - 0-13 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone St. Tiernach's Park
P Lynch (0-05, 3f, 1 ’45), C O’Reilly (0-01), C Madden (0-01), O Brady (0-01), P Rogers (0-01). Report D Canavan (0-04, 1f), S Og McAleer (0-02, 2f), P Og McCartan (0-02), M Conroy (0-02, 1f), L Gray (0-01), R Gormley (0-01), E Jordan (0-01).Referee: S Laverty (Antrim)

Final

14 July 2019Final Tyrone Colours of Tyrone.svg 4-13 - 1-10 Colours of Derry.svg Derry Athletic Grounds
S Óg McAleer 1-2, C Quinn 1-0, J Oguz 1-0, J Garrity 1-0 pen, T Quinn (0-2f) and M Conroy (0-1f) 0-3 each, L Quinn (2 '45) and D Canavan 0-2 each, C Grimes 0-1 Report M McGrogan 0-5 (0-3f), T McHugh 1-0, B McCarron 0-3 (0-2f), C McShane and P Cassidy 0-1 eachReferee: P Faloon (Down)

All-Ireland Under-20 Football Championship

Semi-finals

27 July 2019Semi-final Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 2-14 - 1-10 Colours of Galway.svg Galway Pearse Park
C Archer 2-6 (0-4f), R McGarry 0-3, B O’Leary 0-2, N O’Leary, J Doran, D Lacey 0-1 each Report B Harlowe 1-0, T Gill 0-3 and P Costello (0-2f) 0-3 each, R Cunningham 0-2, L Boyle and M Tierney 0-1 each.Referee: P Hughes (Armagh)
28 July 2019Semi-final Cork Colours of Cork.svg 2-17 - 1-18 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone O'Connor Park
C O'Mahony 0-7 (0-5f), M Cronin 1-2 (0-1f), J Murphy 1-0, C Barrett, E O'Hanlon, F Herlihy 0-2 each, B Hartnett and M Hodnett 0-1 each Report T Quinn 0-6 (0-2f), S Óg McAleer 0-5 (0-2f), D Canavan 1-1, J Garrity and M Conroy (0-1f) 0-2 each, P Óg McCartan and E Jordan 0-1 eachReferee: S Laverty (Antrim)

Final

3 August 2019Final Cork Colours of Cork.svg 3-16 - 1-14 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin O'Moore Park
M Cronin 1-3 (0-2f), B Murphy 1-2, C O'Mahony (0-3f) and D Gore 0-4 each, C O'Callaghan 1-0, D O'Connell, J Murphy, F Herlihy 0-1 each Report C Archer 1-5 (0-3f), B O'Leary 0-3, J Doran and R McGarry (0-1f) 0-2 each, D Ryan and D Lacey 0-1 eachReferee: D O'Mahoney (Tipperary)

Championship statistics

Top scorers

Top scorers overall
RankPlayerCountyTallyTotalMatchesAverage
1Ciarán Archer Dublin 9-3562512.40
2Diarmuid Whelan Laois 0-282847.00
3 Cathail O'Mahony Cork 2-202646.50
4Mark Cronin Cork 3-142345.75
5Cian Farrell Offaly 0-161628.00
6Darragh Canavan Tyrone 2-081443.50
Darragh Corcoran Waterford 1-111427.00
Donal O'Sullivan Kerry 0-141427.00
Patrick Lynch Cavan 0-141427.00
7Jamie Myler Wexford 2-071334.33
Ronan Dowd Roscommon 1-101326.50
Darragh Canavan Tyrone 1-101343.25
Top scorers in a single game
RankPlayerClubTallyTotalOpposition
1Ciarán Archer Dublin 3-0817 Laois
2Ciarán Archer Dublin 2-0814 Longford
3Ciarán Archer Dublin 2-0612 Galway
4Ciarán Archer Dublin 1-0811 Wexford
5Mark Diffley Leitrim 2-0410 Roscommon
Ronan Dowd Roscommon 1-0710 Leitrim
Darragh Corcoran Waterford 1-0710 Clare
Diarmuid Whelan Laois 0-1010 Kildare
6Jamie Myler Wexford 2-039 Louth
Cian Farrell Offaly 0-099 Carlow
Donal O'Sullivan Kerry 0-099 Limerick
Patrick Lynch Cavan 0-099 Monaghan

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