All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship

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All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship
Irish Craobh Iomána Shóisear na hÉireann
Founded1912
Abolished2004
Region Ireland (GAA)
Last Title holders Meath (6th title)
Most titles Cork (11 titles)


All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship
Founded1912
Title holders Meath (6th title)
First winner Cork
Most titles Cork (11 titles)

The All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship was a hurling competition organized by the Gaelic Athletic Association in Ireland. The competition was originally contested by the second teams of the strong counties, and the first teams of the weaker counties. In the years from 1961 to 1973 and from 1997 until now, the strong counties have competed for the All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship instead. The competition was then restricted to the weaker counties. The competition was discontinued after 2004 as these counties now compete for the Nicky Rackard Cup instead. From 1974 to 1982, the original format of the competition was abandoned, and the competition was incorporated in Division 3 of the National Hurling League. The original format, including the strong hurling counties was re-introduced in 1983.

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Top winners

TeamWinsYears won
1 Colours of Cork.svg Cork 111912, 1916, 1925, 1940, 1947, 1950, 1955, 1958, 1983, 1987, 1994
2 Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary 91913, 1915, 1924, 1926, 1930, 1933, 1953, 1989, 1991
Colours of Kilkenny.svg Kilkenny 91928, 1946, 1951, 1956, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1995
3 Colours of Meath.svg Meath 61927, 1948, 1970, 1998, 1999, 2004
4 Colours of London.svg London 51938, 1949, 1959, 1960, 1963
5 Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick 41935, 1941, 1954, 1957
6 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 31932, 1937, 1952
Colours of Warwickshire.svg Warwickshire 31968, 1969, 1973
Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh 31978, 1979, 2000
Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 31965, 1974, 2001
Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 31980, 1981, 2003
7 Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly 21923, 1929
Colours of Waterford.svg Waterford 21931, 1934
Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 21962, 1966
Colours of Wicklow.svg Wicklow 21967, 1971
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 21961, 1972
Colours of Louth.svg Louth 21976, 1977
Colours of Derry.svg Derry 21975, 1982
Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford 21985, 1992
Colours of Clare.svg Clare 21914, 1993
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 21939, 1996
8 Colours of Westmeath.svg Westmeath 11936
Colours of Down.svg Down 11964
Colours of Monaghan.svg Monaghan 11997
Colours of Antrim.svg Antrim 12002

Roll of honour

YearWinnerScoreOpponentScore
2004 Meath 2–09 Down 1–06
2003 Mayo 1–08 Donegal 0–09
2002 Antrim 2–07 Meath 1–06
2001 Roscommon 1–18 Donegal 2–03
2000 Armagh 1–11 Meath 1–04
1999 Meath 2–11 Tyrone 0–09
1998 Meath 1–14 Monaghan 1–09
1997 Monaghan 3–11 Meath 0–11
1996 Galway 1–14 Kilkenny 2–09
1995 Kilkenny 1–20 Clare 1–06
1994 Cork 2–13 Kilkenny 2–11
1993 Clare 3–10 Kilkenny 0–08
1992 Wexford 2–07, 0–13 (R) Cork 0–13 1–08 (R)
1991 Tipperary 4–17 London 1–05
1990 Kilkenny 4–21 Tipperary 2–11
1989 Tipperary 0–12 Galway 0–08
1988 Kilkenny 1–12 Tipperary 0–10
1987 Cork 3–11 Wexford 2–13
1986 Kilkenny 1–17 Limerick 0–15
1985 Wexford 3–09 Tipperary 1–13
1984 Kilkenny 0–13 Galway 2–05
1983 Cork 3–14 Galway 2–15
1982 Derry 1–10 Monaghan 0–06
1981 Mayo 2–13 Louth 1–08
1980 Mayo 2–13 Monaghan 0–07
1979 Armagh 2–13 Derry 2–01
1978 Armagh 5–15 Mayo 2–06
1977 Louth 1–14 Fermanagh 2–04
1976 Louth 6–08 Mayo 4–09
1975 Derry 5–12 Louth 3–05
1974 Roscommon 2–11 Derry 2–09
1973 Warwickshire 6–09 Louth 3–08
1972 Kerry 5–05 Warwickshire 2–09
1971 Wicklow 4–09, 3–09, 4–06 * (2R) Hertfordshire 3–11 2–12 3–08 (R)
1970 Meath 1–15, 3–14 (R) Hertfordshire 4–06, 3–07 (R)
1969 Warwickshire 3–06 Kerry 0–11
1968 Warwickshire 1–14 Kerry 1–09
1967 Wicklow 3–15 London 4–04
1966 Kildare 4–06 Warwickshire 2–09
1965 Roscommon 3–09 Warwickshire 2–11
1964 Down 3–02 London 1–03
1963 London 4–07 Antrim 3–06
1962 Kildare 4–07 London 2–04
1961 Kerry 4–14 London 2–05
1960 London 2–04, 4–08 (R) Carlow 2–04, 2–11 (R)
1959 London 5–10 Antrim 2–10
1958 Cork 7–10 Warwickshire 4–02
1957 Limerick 5–12 London 2–05
1956 Kilkenny 5–02 London 2–08
1955 Cork 6–10 Warwickshire 0–05
1954 Limerick 4–06 London 2–04
1953 Tipperary 4–10 Warwickshire 3–03
1952 Dublin 3–07 London 2–07
1951 Kilkenny 3–09 London 3–05
1950 Cork 5–05 London 2–04
1949 London 3–07 Clare 3–06
1948 Meath 3–05, 2–07 (R) London 3–05, 2–05 (R)
1947 Cork 3–10 London 2–03
1946 Kilkenny 5–04 London 2–02
1945No championship
1944No championship
1943No championship
1942No championship
1941 Limerick 8–02 Galway 4–01
1940 Cork 3–03 Galway 3–01
1939 Galway 2–06 London 2–02
1938 London 4–04 Cork 4–01
1937 Dublin 7–08 London 3–06
1936 Westmeath 2–05 Waterford 3–01
1935 Limerick 4–09 London 3–03
1934 Waterford 3–05 London 3–03
1933 Tipperary 10–01 London 1–04
1932 Dublin 8–04 London 2–00
1931 Waterford 10–07 Lancashire 1–02
1930 Tipperary 8–06 Kilkenny 3–02
1929 Offaly 6–01 Cork 2–03
1928 Kilkenny 4–06 Tipperary 4–04
1927 Meath 2–03Britain1–01
1926 Tipperary 6–02 Galway 2–03
1925 Cork 5–06 Dublin 1–00
1924 Tipperary 5–05 Galway 1–02
1923 Offaly 3–04 Cork 3–02
1922No championship
1921No championship
1920No championship
1919No championship
1918No championship
1917No championship
1916 Cork 4–06 Kilkenny 3–04
1915 Tipperary 1–06 Offaly 2–02
1914 Clare 6–05 Laois 1–01
1913 Tipperary 2–02 Kilkenny 0–00
1912 Cork 4–06 Westmeath 2–01

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