|All Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship|
|Irish||Craobh Club Camógaíochta na hÉireann|
|Trophy||Bill & Agnes Carroll Cup|
|Title holders||Sarsfields (Galway ) (1st title)|
|Most titles||St Paul’s (Kilkenny) (8 titles)|
The All-Ireland Club Camogie Championship is the most important competition for club teams in the Irish women’s field sport of camogie.It is contested by the senior club champions of the leading counties and organised by An Cumann Camógaíochta.
The trophy for the competition was donated by Bill Carroll, whose daughter, Ann was one of the outstanding players of the first decade of the competition, winning Championships with both St Patrick’s, Glengoole and St Paul’s, Kilkenny.
The competition was established in 1964, six years before the equivalent competitions in hurling and Gaelic football. Between 1971 and 1978 and since 2010 it was concluded in the spring following the county championships. On other years it was concluded within the calendar year in November and December.
Teams from Kilkenny have won the competition 12 times, Cork with 8, followed by Galway and Wexford with 7 victories each, Limerick with 6, Dublin with 5, Tipperary with 4, and Derry with 3 victories.
A junior club championship was introduced in 2004 and won by Crossmaglen (Armagh). The intermediate club championship was introduced in 2010 and the first two titles were won by Eoghan Rua from Coleraine in Derry.
|Club (County)||Wins||Years won||Runners-up||Years runners-up|
|St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||8||1968, 1969, 1970, 1974, 1976, 1987, 1988, 1989||4||1966, 1973-74, 1986, 1990|
|Buffers Alley (Wexford)||5||1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984||2||1978, 1980|
|Pearses (Galway)||5||1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002||0|
|Glen Rovers (Cork)||4||1986, 1990, 1992, 1993||2||1987, 1994|
|Milford (Cork)||3||2012-13, 2013–14, 2015–16||0|
|Granagh-Ballingarry (Limerick)||3||1998, 1999, 2003||2||1996, 2004|
|St Lachtain's, Freshford (Kilkenny)||3||2004, 2005, 2006||0|
|Slaughtneil (Derry)||3||2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19||1||2019-2020|
|St Patrick's Glengoole (Tipperary)||2||1965, 1966||0|
|Austin Stacks (Dublin)||2||1971, 1972||0|
|Cashel (Tipperary)||2||2007, 2009||1||2001|
|Oulart the Ballagh (Wexford)||2||2011–12, 2014–15||0|
|Eoghan Ruadh (Dublin)||1||1967||0|
|Oranmore (Galway)||1||1974||2||1967, 1975|
|Athenry (Galway)||1||1977||7||1976, 1977, 1979, 1982, 1985, 2007, 2009|
|Killeagh (Cork)||1||1980||2||1981, 1984|
|Cuchulainn Crumlin (Dublin)||1||1985||0|
|Mullagh (Galway)||1||1990||3||1989, 1993, 2014–15|
|O'Donovan Rossa (Antrim)||1||2008||1||2006|
|Sarsfields (Galway)||1||2019-2020||2||2016-17, 2017-18,|
|Davitts (Galway)||0||3||1999, 2003, 2005|
|Deirdre (Antrim)||0||2||1954, 1965|
|Ahane (Limerick)||0||2||1968, 1969|
|Portglenone (Antrim)||0||2||1972, 1977–78|
|Drom-Inch (Tipperary)||0||2||2008, 2011-12|
|Killimor (Galway)||0||2||2012–13, 2015–16|
|St Vincents (Dublin)||0||1||1998|
|St Ibar's–Shelmaliers (Wexford)||0||1||2002|
|St. Martin's (Wexford)||0||1||2018-19|
|1964||Dec 13||Celtic (Dublin)||5-02||Deirdre (Antrim)||1-00||Croke Park||Bríd Hanbury||Lil O'Grady (Cork)|
|1965||Oct 17||SP Glengoole (Tipperary)||3-03||Deirdre (Antrim)||2-03||Casement Park||Ann Carroll||Lil O'Grady (Cork)|
|1966||Oct 30||SP Glengoole (Tipperary)||5-05||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||2-01||St John’s Park||Ann Graham||Lily Spence (Antrim)|
|1967||Nov 5||Eoghan Rua (Dublin)||3-04||Oranmore (Galway)||4-01||Parnell Park||Bernie King|
|Replay||Mar 31||Eoghan Rua (Dublin)||7-03||Oranmore (Galway)||4-01||Ballinasloe||Ailish Toner||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1968||Nov 3||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||7-02||Ahane (Limerick)||1-02||St John’s Park||Tessie Brennan||Nancy Murray (Antrim)|
|1969||Nov 9||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||3-07||Ahane (Limerick)||2-01||Castleconnell||Carmel O'Shea||Jane Murphy (Galway)|
|1970–71||Mar 28||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||6-05||Bellaghy (Derry)||2-00||Bellaghy||Mary Conway||Jane Murphy (Galway)|
|1971–72||Mar 19||Austin Stacks (Dublin)||5-04||Thurles (Tipperary)||2-01||Croke Park||Mary Ryan||Lil O'Grady (Cork)|
|1972–73||Mar 25||Austin Stacks (Dublin)||4-02||Portglenone (Antrim)||2-00||Croke Park||Mary Ryan||Jane Murphy (Galway)|
|1973–74||Mar 10||Oranmore (Galway)||3-02||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||1-03||Nowlan Park||Nono McHugh||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1974–75||Mar 9||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||3-03||Oranmore (Galway)||1-01||Ballinderreen||Angela Downey||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1975–76||Mar 14||Croagh-Kilfinny (Limerick)||4-06||Athenry (Galway)||4-05||Athenry||Bridie Stokes||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1976–77||Mar 13||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||6-03||Athenry (Galway)||1-03||Nowlan Park||Mary Fennelly||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1977–78||Mar 19||Athenry (Galway)||10-05||Portglenone (Antrim)||1-01||Athenry||Teresa Duane||Sheila Murray (Dublin)|
|1978||Nov 19||Ballyagran (Limerick)||1-03||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||0-01||Monamolin||Pauline McCarthy||Jane Murphy (Galway)|
|1979||Dec 2||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||2-06||Athenry (Galway)||1-02||Athenry||Kathleen Tonks||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1980||Nov 9||Killeagh (Cork)||4-02||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||1-07||St John's Park||Breda Landers||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1981||Nov 8||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||2-06||Killeagh (Cork)||1-04||Gaultier||Ann Butler||Helena O'Neill (Kilkenny)|
|1982||Nov 14||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||3-02||Athenry (Galway)||0-02||Birr||Elsie Walsh||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1983||Oct 30||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||3-07||Glenamaddy (Galway)||0-06||Monamolin||Norah Gahan||Phyllis Breslin (Dublin)|
|1984||Oct 28||Buffers Alley (Wexford)||2-04||Killeagh (Cork)||1-04||Monamolin||Norah Gahan||Kathleen Quinn (Galway)|
|1985||Oct 27||Crumlin (Dublin)||4-08||Athenry (Galway)||3-02||O’Toole Park||Yvonne Redmond||Bridie McGarry (Kilkenny)|
|1986||Oct 26||Glen Rvs (Cork)||4-11||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||5-07||Glen Rovers||Mary Ring||Kathleen Quinn (Galway)|
|1987||Nov 8||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||1-04||Glen Rovers (Cork)||0-05||Ballyragget||Breda Holmes||Betty Joyce (Cork)|
|1988||Dec 4||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||4-05||Glenamaddy (Galway)||3-07||Glenamaddy||Claire Jones||Betty Joyce (Cork)|
|1989||Nov 5||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||6-10||Mullagh (Galway)||4-02||Nowlan Park||Ann Downey||Betty Joyce (Cork)|
|1990||Nov 25||Glen Rovers (Cork)||4-13||St Paul’s (Kilkenny)||2-07||Nowlan Park||Therése O'Callaghan||Kathleen Quinn (Galway)|
|1991||Nov 24||Mullagh (Galway)||4-13||Eglish (Tyrone)||2-07||Ballinasloe||Caroline Loughnane||Betty Joyce (Cork)|
|1992||Nov 29||Glen Rovers (Cork)||1-09||Rathnure (Wexford)||0-02||Glen Rovers||Mary Ring||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|1993||Nov 21||Glen Rovers (Cork)||6-12||Mullagh (Galway)||0-02||Ballinasloe||Lynn Dunlea||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|1994||Nov 20||Lisdowney (Kilkenny)||5-09||Glen Rovers (Cork)||1-15||Ballyragget||Catherine Dunne||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|1995||Nov 19||Rathnure (Wexford)||4-09||Toomevara (Tipperary)||1-05||Toomevara||Geraldine Codd||Maria Pollard (Waterford)|
|1996||Nov 24||Pearses (Galway)||1-08||Gran-B’garry (Limerick)||2-03||Ballingarry||Ann Forde||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|1997||Nov 23||Pearses (Galway)||4-06||Lisdowney (Kilkenny)||2-05||Ballymacward||Ann Forde||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|1998||Nov 22||Gran-B’garry (Limerick)||1-19||St Vincents (Dublin)||1-08||Ballingarry||Vera Sheehan||Biddy Phillips (Tipperary)|
|1999||Nov 28||Gran-B’garry (Limerick)||2-04||Davitts (Galway)||1-03||Tynagh||Kay Burke||Biddy Phillips (Tipperary)|
|2000||Dec 3||Pearses (Galway)||2-11||Swatragh (Derry)||1-03||Mullingar||Áine Hillary||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|2001||Nov 4||Pearses (Galway)||2-08||Cashel (Tipperary)||0-13||Cashel||Áine Hillary||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|2002||Nov 3||Pearses (Galway)||2-13||St Ibar's–Shelmaliers (Wexford)||1-05||Ballinasloe||Áine Hillary||Eamonn Browne (Tipperary)|
|2003||Nov 2||Gran-Ballingarry (Limerick)||1-10||Davitts (Galway)||1-06||Mullingar||Kay Burke||Áine Derham (Dublin)|
|2004||Nov 7||St Lachtain's (Kilkenny)||2-08||Gran-B’garry (Limerick)||0-07||Parnell Park||Imelda Kennedy||Liam Davitt (Westmeath)|
|2005||Nov 20||St Lachtain's (Kilkenny)||1-09||Davitts (Galway)||1-04||Cloughjordan||Imelda Kennedy||John Pender (Kildare)|
|2006||Nov 19||St Lachtain's (Kilkenny)||1-05||Rossa (Antrim)||1-03||Portlaoise||Imelda Kennedy||Cathal Egan (Cork)|
|2007||Nov 18||Cashel (Tipperary)||1-18||Athenry (Galway)||0-09||Gaelic Grounds||Sinéad Millea||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|2008||Nov 16||Rossa (Antrim)||2-15||Drom-Inch (Tipperary)||1-10||Donoughmore-Ashbourne||Jane Adams||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|2009||Dec 6||Cashel (Tipperary)||0-11||Athenry (Galway)||0-09||Clarecastle||Una O'Dwyer||Cathal Egan (Kerry)|
|2010-1||Mar 6||Killimor (Galway)||3-18||Inniscarra (Cork)||1-04||Croke Park||Brenda Hanney||Owen Elliott (Antrim)|
|2011-2||Mar 4||Oulart-the-Ballagh (Wexford)||3-13||Drom-Inch (Tipperary)||0-05||Croke Park||Una Leacy||Owen Elliott (Antrim)|
|2012-13||March 2||Milford (Cork)||3-06||Killimor (Galway)||1-06||Croke Park||Elaine O'Riordan||Ger O'Dowd (Limerick)|
|2013-14||March 2||Milford (Cork)||0-06||Ardrahan (Galway)||0-05||Croke Park||Elaine O'Riordan||Alan Lagrue (Kildare)|
|2014-15||March 1||Oulart-the-Ballagh (Wexford)||3-13||Mullagh (Galway)||0-07||Croke Park||Karen Atkinson||Cathal Egan (Cork)|
|2015-16||March 6||Milford (Cork)||2-08||Killimor (Galway)||1-03||Croke Park||Sarah Sexton||Alan Lagrue (Kildare)|
|2016-17||March 5||Slaughtneil (Derry)||1-10||Sarsfields (Galway)||0-11||Croke Park||Aoife Cassidy||R. Kelly (Kildare)|
|2017-18||March 24||Slaughtneil (Derry)||2-11||Sarsfields (Galway)||1-09||St Tiernach's Park||Cathal Egan (Cork)|
|2018-19||March 3||Slaughtneil (Derry)||1-09||St. Martin's (Wexford)||0-07||Croke Park||L. Dempsey (Kilkenny)|
|2010-11||Mar 6||Eoghan Rua (Derry)||3-08||Harps (Laois)||2-03||Croke Park||Maebh McGoldrick||Mike O'Kelly (Cork)|
|2011-12||Mar 4||Eoghan Rua (Derry)||2-08||Ardrahan (Galway)||0-12||Croke Park||Maebh McGoldrick||John Dolan (Clare)|
|2012-13||Mar 2||Castlegar (Galway)||1-08||Rower-Inistioge (Kilkenny)||1-06||Donoughmore-Ashbourne||M. Kelly (Cork)|
|2013-14||Mar 2||Lismore (Waterford)||0-09||Ballyhale Shamrocks (Kilkenny)||1-06||Croke Park||Cathal Egan (Cork)|
|Replay||Mar 16||Lismore (Waterford)||3-08||Ballyhale Shamrocks (Kilkenny)||0-07||Clonmel||Shona Curran||John Dolan (Clare)|
|2014-15||Mar 1||Piltown (Kilkenny)||1-10||Lismore (Waterford)||1-09||Croke Park||Laura Norris||Peter Dowd (Meath)|
|2015-16||March 6||Cahir (Tipperary)||0-14||Eyrecourt (Galway)||1-02||Croke Park||L. Dempsey (Kilkenny)|
|2016-17||March 5||Myshall (Carlow)||1-10||Eglish (Tyrone)||1-09||Croke Park||F. McNamara (Clare)|
|2017-18||March 24||Johnstownbridge (Kildare)||1-08||Athenry (Galway)||1-06||St Tiernach's Park||A. Larkin (Cork)|
|2018-19||March 3||Clonduff (Down)||0-10||Gailltír (Waterford)||0-09||Paula Gribben||J. McDonagh (Galway)|
|2003||Nov 2||Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh)||2-05||Drumcullen (Offaly)||0-06||Mullingar||Eimear Carragher||Eamonn Browne (Tipperary)|
|2004||Nov 7||Liatroim Fontenoys (Down)||4-13||Four Rds (Roscommon)||0-08||Parnell Park||Annie Morgan||Eamonn Browne (Tipperary)|
|2005||Nov 20||Liatroim Fontenoys (Down)||3-07||Newmarket-on-Fergus (Clare)||0-08||Cloughjordan||Lisa McCrickard||Úna Kearney (Armagh)|
|2006||Nov 19||Harps (Laois)||1-07||Keady (Armagh)||0-05||Portlaoise||Isa McCrickard||Eamonn Browne (Tipperary)|
|2007||Nov 18||Harps (Laois)||2-08||Keady (Armagh)||2-07||Limerick||Caitríona Phelan & Louise Mahony||John Morrissey (Tipperary)|
|2008||Nov 16||Harps (Laois)||1-11||Kilmaley (Clare)||3-02||Nenagh||Louise Mahony||John Morrissey (Tipperary)|
|2009||Dec 6||Lavey (Derry)||1-11||Dunhill (Waterford)||1-11||Clarecastle||Cathal Egan (Kerry)|
|replay||Dec 13||Lavey (Derry)||1-13||Dunhill (Waterford)||0-07||Donoughmore-Ashbourne||Siobhán Convery||Cathal Egan (Kerry)|
|2010||Nov 28||Four Roads (Roscommon)||1-09||Corofin (Clare)||0-06||Ballinasloe||Lizzie Glennon-Tully||Cathal Egan (Kerry)|
|2011||Nov 27||Inagh (Clare)||5-04||Tara (London)||2-04||Donoughmore-Ashbourne|
|2012||Nov 27||Myshall (Carlow)||1-03||Four Roads (Roscommon)||0-03||Donoughmore-Ashbourne||P. Walsh (Monaghan)|
|2013||Nov 24||Myshall (Carlow)||3-09||Scariff/Ogonnelloe (Clare)||0-08||Kilcormac||Ray Kelly|
|2014||Nov 23||Kilmessan (Meath)||2-08||Four Roads (Roscommon)||1-06||Edenderry||G. O'Dowd (Limerick)|
|2015||Nov 22||Johnstownbridge (Kildare)||2-10||Athleague (Roscommon)||0-07||Kinnegad||E. Cassidy (Derry)|
|2016||Nov 27||Johnstownbridge (Kildare)||1-10||Scariff/Ogonnelloe (Clare)||1-09||Birr||Jenna Murphy||J. Dermody (Westmeath)|
|2017||Dec 3||Kilmessan (Meath)||0-09||Clanmaurice (Kerry)||0-05||Silvermines||A. Doheny (Laois)|
|2018||Nov 25||Kilmessan (Meath)||3-12||Four Roads (Roscommon)||1-12||Páirc Tailteann||M. Ryan (Tipperary)|
|2018||Nov 25||Ratoath (Meath)||1-12||Clontibret (Monaghan)||0-03||Páirc Tailteann||C. Quinlan (Galway)|
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The 1996 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Pearses from the Ballymacward and Gurteen areas of Co Galway, who defeated Granagh-Ballingarry from Limerick in the final, played at Glen Rovers.
The 2007 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Cashel (Tip), who defeated Athenry (Gal) in the final, played at Limerick. Clare Grogan scored 2–5 for Cashel in their semi-final victory over Rossa while teenager Jessica Gill scored 2–6 for Athenry against four-in-a-row seeking Freshford in their semifinal, for whom two late goals by Ann Dalton cut the deficit
The 2006 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won for the third year in succession by St Lachtain’s, Freshford (Kilkenny), who defeated O’Donovan Rossa (Ant) in the final, played at Portlaoise.
The 2011 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Oulart the Ballagh (Wx), who defeated Drom & Inch (Tip) in the final, played at Croke Park.
The 2000 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Pearses from Galway, who defeated Swatragh from Derry by eleven points in the final, played at Mullingar.
The 2001 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Pearses of Galway, who defeated Cashel of Tipperary in the final, played at Cashel.
The 2009 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Cashel from Tipperary, who defeated Athenry from Galway in the final, played at Clarecastle.
The 1998 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Granagh-Ballingarry from Limerick, who defeated St Vincents from Dublin in the final, played at Ballingarry. It was the last club championship final to be played with 12-a-side.
The 2004 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by St Lachtain’s, Freshford (Kilkenny), who defeated Granagh-Ballingarry from Limerick in the final, played at Parnell Park.
The 2005 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won for the second year in succession by St Lachtain’s, Freshford (Kilkenny), who defeated Davitts (Gal) in the final, played at Cloughjordan.
The 2010 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Killimor (Gal), who defeated Inniscarra (Cork) in the final, played at Croke Park.
The 1997 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won for the second time in succession by Pádraig Pearse's GAA, (Galway), who defeated Lisdowney (Kilkenny) in the final, played at Ballymacward.
The 1999 All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship for the leading clubs in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Granagh-Ballingarry (Limerick), who defeated Davitts (Gal) in the final, played at Tynagh. It was the first club championship to be played with 15 a side.