|All Ireland Junior Camogie Championship|
|Irish||Craobh Soisir na hÉireann|
|Trophy||Kay Mills Cup (formerly New Ireland Cup)|
|Title holders||Armagh (2nd title)|
|Most titles||Cork, Galway (7 titles)|
The All-Ireland Junior Camogie Championship is the most important competition for third-tier county teams in the women's field sport of camogie and for second-string teams of first-tier counties. In accordance with the practice in GAA competitions the term junior applies to the level of competition rather than the age group.
The grade is contested by Armagh, Laois, Roscommon, Westmeath and the second team of Dublin.
The competition was established in 1969 for the New Ireland Cup. The name was changed to the Kay Mills Cup in honour of former player Kathleen Mills in 2010.
In 2006 the second teams of the first-tier camogie counties were removed from the competition. Since 2010 the competition has been officially, though not popularly, known as the Premier Junior Ireland championship. It is the third-tier camogie competition after the O'Duffy Cup for the Senior Championship and the Jack McGrath Cup for the Intermediate Championship. The series of games, organised by the Camogie Association, are played during the summer months with the finals of the three competitions taking place on the second Sunday in September in Croke Park, Dublin.
The first figure is the number of goals scored (equal to 3 points each) and the second total is the number of points scored, the figures are combined to determine the winner of a match in Gaelic Games
|1968||Sept 15||Down||2-03||Cork||1-01||Croke Park||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1969||Sept 21||Derry||4-02||Cork||2-04||Croke Park||Anne Ashton (Dublin)|
|1970||Sept 20||Dublin||4-02||Armagh||3-03||Croke Park||Vera Mannion (Mayo)|
|1971||Sept 19||Dublin||2-02||Cork||1-02||Croke Park||Patricia Morrissey||Nancy Murray (Antrim|
|1972||Sept 17||Galway||3-06||Wexford||2-01||Croke Park||Lil O'Grady (Cork)|
|1973||Sept 16||Cork||4-04||Galway||1-04||Croke Park||Nancy O'Driscoll||Teresa Byrne (Wicklow)|
|1974||Sept 15||Clare||3-02||Dublin||3-00||Croke Park||Margaret O'Toole||Mary Lynch (Monaghan)|
|1975||Sept 21||Dublin||5-00||Down||0-03||Croke Park||Brigid Kennedy||Eithne Neville (Limerick)|
|1976||Sept 19||Down||3-04||Wexford||3-03||Croke Park||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1977||Sept 18||Limerick||2-07||Wexford||3-01||Croke Park||Carrie Clancy||Miriam Higgins (Cork)|
|1978||Sept 17||Derry||3-04||Cork||1-04||Croke Park||Brigid McLaughlin||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1979||Sept 9||Galway||4-03||Cork||3-02||Croke Park||Carrie Clancy (Limerick)|
|1980||Sept 14||Cork||4-04||Tyrone||1-04||Croke Park||Kathleen Quinn (Galway)|
|1981||Sept 13||Clare||3-02||Antrim||0-07||Croke Park||Clare Jones||Belle O'Loughlin (Down)|
|1982||Sept 26||Louth||1-07||Cork||1-06||Croke Park||Kathleen Quinn (Galway)|
|1983||Sept 25||Cork||2-05||Dublin||1-03||Croke Park||Bríd Stokes (Limerick)|
|1984||Sept 9||Cork||5-08||Cavan||2-02||Croke Park||Rita Whyte (Dublin)|
|1985||Sept 15||Galway||8-07||Armagh||3-07||Croke Park||Síle Wallace (Dublin)|
|1986||Sept 14||Clare||1-13||Kildare||3-04||Croke Park||Maura McNicholas||Rose Ryan (Dublin)|
|1987||Sept 27||Kildare||2-10||Armagh||0-07||Croke Park||Kitty McNicholas (Clare)|
|1988||Sept 25||Galway||3-04||Limerick||1-05||Croke Park||Rose Merriman (Kildare)|
|1989||Sept 24||Kildare||3-11||Galway||1-03||Croke Park||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|1990||Sept 23||Kildare||2-14||Tipperary||3-07||Croke Park||Miriam O'Callaghan (Offaly)|
|1991||Sept 22||Down||3-13||Tipperary||2-14||Croke Park||Mary Connor (Louth)|
|1992||Sept 27||Tipperary||6-13||Galway||2-07||Croke Park||Maria Pollard (Waterford)|
|1993||Sept 26||Armagh||3-09||Galway||3-09||Croke Park||Biddy Phillips (Tipperary)|
|Replay||Oct 10||Armagh||2-10||Galway||0-06||Croke Park||Biddy Phillips (Tipperary)|
|1994||Sept 25||Galway||2-10||Limerick||1-11||Croke Park||Catherine McAllister (Antrim)|
|1995||Sept 24||Limerick||6-05||Roscommon||2-07||Croke Park||Maria Pollard (Waterford)|
|1996||Sept 22||Cork||4-08||Roscommon||2-07||Croke Park||Fiona McKenna (Antrim|
|1997||Sept 7||Antrim||7-11||Cork||2-10||Croke Park||Mary Connor (Louth)|
|1998||Sept 6||Galway||3-11||Tipperary||2-10||Croke Park||Ann Dolan||Catherine McAllister (Antrim)|
|1999||Sept 5||Cork||1-13||Derry||2-09||Croke Park||John Morrissey (Tipperary)|
|2000||Sept 3||Derry||3-15||'Cork'||1-13||Croke Park||John Pender (Kildare)|
|2001||Sept 16||Tipperary||4-16||Offaly||1-07||Croke Park||Aoife Woods (Armagh)|
|2002||Sept 15||Kilkenny||2-11||Tipperary||2-08||Croke Park||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|2003||Sept 21||Galway||1-12||Clare||2-05||Croke Park||Eamonn Browne (Tipperary)|
|2004||Sept 19||Cork||4-05||Down||2-04||Croke Park||Aileen Lawlor (Westmeath)|
|2005||Sept 18||Dublin||1-07||Clare||1-07||Croke Park||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|Replay||Oct 8||Dublin||2-09||Clare||1-04||Birr||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|2006||Aug 19||Dublin||0-12||Derry||1-07||Tullamore||Cathal Egan (Cork)|
|2007||Sept 9||Derry||3-12||Clare||2-14||Croke Park||Cathal Egan (Cork)|
|2008||Sept 14||Clare||2-08||Offaly||1-10||Croke Park||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|2009||Sept 13||Offaly||3-14||Waterford||2-08||Croke Park||Marian Crean||Pat Walsh (Armagh)|
|2010||Sept 12||Antrim||1-09||Waterford||1-09||Croke Park||Donal Leahy (Tipperary)|
|Replay||Oct 3||Antrim||2-10||Waterford||0-12||Ashbourne||Jane Adams||Killian Looney (Cork)|
|2011||Sept 11||Waterford||2-11||Down||1-13||Croke Park||Lisa McCrickard||Walter Cole (Cork)|
|2013||Sept 15||Kildare||2-11||Laois||1-05||Croke Park||Clodagh Flanagan||D. Ryan (Dublin)|
|2014||Sept 14||Down||1-12||Laois||1-08||Croke Park||Liz Dempsey (Kilkenny)|
|2015||Sept 13||Laois||2-12||Roscommon||1-06||Croke Park||G Coulter (Down)|
|2016||Sep 11||Carlow||4-10||Armagh||2-07||Croke Park||A Larkin (Cork)|
|2017||Sep 10||Westmeath||1–10||Dublin||1–06||Croke Park||P. McDonald (Cavan|
|2018||Sep 9||Dublin||1–12||Kerry||0–06||Croke Park||Emer Keenan (Dublin)|
|2019||Sep 8||Kerry||0-11||Limerick||0-08||Croke Park|
|2020||Dec 5||Armagh||0-19||Cavan||3-07||Breffni Park|
|County||Wins||Years won||Runners-up||Years runners-up|
|Cork||7||1973, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1996, 1999, 2004||8||1968, 1969, 1971, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1997, 2000|
|Galway||7||1972, 1979, 1985, 1988, 1994, 1998, 2003||4||1973, 1989, 1992, 1993|
|Dublin||6||1970, 1971, 1975, 2005, 2006, 2018||3||1974, 1983, 2017|
|Down||4||1968, 1976, 1991, 2014||4||1975, 2004, 2011, 2012|
|Derry||4||1969, 1978, 2000, 2007||2||1999, 2006|
|Clare||4||1974, 1981, 1986, 2008||3||2003, 2005, 2007|
|Kildare||4||1987, 1989, 1990, 2013||1||1986|
|Tipperary||2||1992, 2001||4||1990, 1991, 1998, 2002|
|Limerick||2||1977, 1995||3||1988, 1994, 2019|
|Armagh||2||1993, 2020||4||1970, 1985, 1987, 2016|
|Wexford||0||3||1972, 1976, 1977|
|Roscommon||0||3||1995, 1996, 2015|
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