All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship

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All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship
Irish Craobhchomórtas na n-Íarbhun Scoileanna
Founded1969
TrophyCorn Sceilge
Title holdersSeamount College, Kinvara (1st title)
Most titlesSt Raphael’s, Loughrea (8 titles)

The All-Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship is an Irish camogie tournament played each year to determine the national champion secondary school or second level college. [1] [2]

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Since 1969 it has been administered by the Secondary Education committee of the Camogie Association. The record holders are St Raphaels College, Loughrea, Co Galway with 8 senior titles in a row. The current holders of the cup are Seamount College, Kinvara. Seamount defeated near neighbours St. Flannan's College in a thrilling final played at Gort GAA. The scoreline was 1-5 to 0-6.

Graded Competitions

There are graded competitions for colleges at three different levels. In the 2011 All Ireland Senior B final Grennan College, Thomastown (4-10) defeated St Louis, Ballymena (3-3) in Trim. In the 2011 All Ireland Senior C final Castlecomer Community School (Kilkenny) (4-2) defeated St Pius X College Magherafelt (2-5) in Trim, Co Meath.

Trophy

The trophy is the Corn Sceilge in honour of Seán Ó Ceallaigh (1872-1959) (known as Sceilg , an acronym of his name in Irish : Seán S. Ó Ceallaigh), one of the members of the Keating Branch of the Gaelic League that participated in the first Camogie matches in 1904. The shape of the cup is on the lines of the Ardagh Chalice.

Participation Levels

There are 300 secondary schools participating in camogie competitions throughout Ireland and the Women in Sport projects run since 2004 have helped increase the number of secondary schools playing camogie. [3] Competitions are run on a provincial basis with provincial winners progressing to All Ireland semi-finals and finals at both junior (1st - 3rd year) and senior (4th - 6th year) level.

Schools Camogie Highlights

Prior to the establishment of an All Ireland competition in 1969, colleges competitions had been organized in Cork in 1914 and Dublin in 1919. Dublin and Cork colleges played an annual inter-city fixture. Dublin schools teams also participated in the Dublin league against club sides.

In the inaugural competition in 1969, Presentation Secondary School, Kilkenny defeated St Michael's, Lurgan by 5-0 to 2-2 in the first All Ireland semi-final and in the final defeated St Aloysius, Cork, who had defeated St. Mary's, Tuam in the other semi-final. All Ireland finals were held at Croke Park until 1981. The first midweek final took place in 1998 at The Ragg in Thurles, the first sportsfield to be designated exclusively for camogie fixtures. Eileen O’Brien from St Mary's, Charleville won nine All Ireland colleges medals, one junior, four senior and four seven-a-side colleges medals. She scored 0-11 in the 1995 final when she was 14.

Interprovincial

A colleges inter-provincial series has been played annually since 1979. The inaugural competition was won by Munster, defeating Connacht by 5-5 to 3-3 in the final with the help of a winning goal by Majella Hallinan.

Roll of Honour

CountyWinsYears won [4]
St Raphael's, Loughrea81985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
St Mary's, Charleville 71996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2006
Loreto, Kilkenny 4 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Presentation, Kilkenny 41969, 1970, 1995, 2014
Presentation College, Athenry 31974, 1975, 1978
Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy32003, 2004, 2005
St Brigid's, Callan 31993, 2008, 2009
Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 21977, 1979
St Mary's, Nenagh21994, 2000
Sacred Heart, Newry11971
Presentation, Oranmore 11972
Presentation, Mountmellick11973
St Aloysius, Cork11976
North Presentation, Cork11980
St Patrick's, Cork11981
St Patrick's, Shannon11982
St John Of God, Artane11983
Maryfield College, Drumcondra11984
St Mary's, Magherafelt 12007
Seamount College, Kinvara12015
St Brigid's College, Loughrea12016

All-Ireland Senior Colleges Camogie Finals

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

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
1969Apr 19 Presentation, Kilkenny 3-02St Aloysius, Cork1-03 Croke Park Mary Tallis
1970Apr 18 Presentation, Kilkenny 2-03 Sacred Heart, Newry 1-01 Croke Park Liz Neary
1971Apr 3 Sacred Heart, Newry 2-04Presentation, Mountmellick3-01 Croke Park
ReplayMay 1 Sacred Heart, Newry 3-02Presentation, Mountmellick2-01 Croke Park Anne McCone
1972Apr 29 Presentation, Oranmore 6-01 St. Louis, Kilkeel 4-01 Croke Park Marie Murphy
1973Presentation, Mountmellick4-02 Presentation College, Athenry 1-02Carmel Cottrell
1974Apr 6 Presentation College, Athenry 3-01 St. Louis, Kilkeel 1-00 Croke Park Midge Poniard
1975Apr 19 Presentation College, Athenry 7-04St Brigid's, Callan2-04 Croke Park Midge Poniard
1976Apr 10Presentation, Mountmellick2-02 Presentation College, Athenry 0-02 Croke Park Jacinta O’ Brien
1977Apr 2 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2-02 Presentation College, Athenry 1-03 Croke Park Cora Hennessy
1978Apr 15 Presentation College, Athenry 2-03 Loreto, Coleraine 2-02 Croke Park Anne Poniard
1979Apr 7 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 3-03 Presentation College, Athenry 1-03 Croke Park Majella Hallinan
1980Apr 19North Presentation, Cork4-07Assumption, Walkinstown1-01 Croke Park Imelda Cronin
1981Apr 4St Patrick's, Cork1-03Assumption, Walkinstown0-05 Cashel Ann O’Mahony
1982Apr 17St Patrick's, Shannon1-07St Raphael's, Loughrea1-04 Croke Park Caroline O’ Meara
1983Apr 16St John Of God, Artane2-06St Patrick's, Cork2-01 Belfield, Dublin Adele Campbell
1984Mar 24Maryfield College, Drumcondra2-05North Presentation, Cork0-05 Croke Park Roisín Brady
1985Mar 23St Raphael's, Loughrea4-07St Patrick's, Cork3-03 Cashel Deirdre Costello
1986Apr 12St Raphael's, Loughrea2-04FCJ Bunclody3-01 Croke Park
ReplayApr 19St Raphael's, Loughrea3-05FCJ Bunclody0-04 Rathdowney Angela Cooney
1987Apr 4St Raphael's, Loughrea3-08 St Mary's, Charleville 0-04 Cusack Park, Ennis Bríd Stratford
1988Apr 16St Raphael's, Loughrea2-13FCJ Bunclody1-05 Imelda Hobbins
1989Apr 16St Raphael's, Loughrea5-09 St Patrick's, Keady 2-09 Donagh, Fermanagh Tríona Dolphin
1990Apr 7St Raphael's, Loughrea3-11 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2-00 O'Toole Park Imelda Maher
1991Apr 20St Raphael's, Loughrea3-06Grennan College, Thomastown0-00 Tullamore Siobhán Keane
1992St Raphael's, Loughrea7-07St Brigid's, Callan2-04Pamela Nevin
1993Apr 3St Brigid's, Callan3-07 St Mary's, Charleville 1-02 Sinéad Millea
1994St Mary's, Nenagh1-10 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-02 Noelle Kennedy
1995Apr 2 Presentation, Kilkenny 3-04 St Mary's, Charleville 2-04 Tullamore Deirdre Phelan
1996 St Mary's, Charleville 4-08St Raphael's, Gort1-15Deirdre Sheehan
1997Apr 12 St Mary's, Charleville 1-15St Brigid's, Loughrea3-03 Tullamore Vera Sheehan
1998 St Mary's, Charleville 1-11Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy1-04Sinéad Callaghan
1999Apr 17 St Mary's, Charleville 3-10Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy0-05 Nenagh Caoimhe Harrington
2000St Mary's, Nenagh3-06Seamount, Kinvara0-07Mary Rose Ryan
2001Apr 28 St Mary's, Charleville 4-07 Loreto, Kilkenny 0-03 Littleton Niamh Bowles
2002 St Mary's, Charleville 4-16Portumna Community School1-09Aine Kelleher
2003Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy5-07 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-03Ciara O’ Connor
2004Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy0-08 St Mary's, Charleville 0-08
ReplayColáiste Bríde, Enniscorthy3-07 St Mary's, Charleville 2-04 Ursula Jacob
2005Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy1-08 St Mary's, Charleville 2-03Bronagh Furlong
2006 St Mary's, Charleville 2-05 Presentation College, Athenry 2-05
Replay St Mary's, Charleville 1-09 Presentation College, Athenry 0-04Mary Coleman
2007 St Mary's, Magherafelt 0-11 Presentation College, Athenry 3-02
Replay St Mary's, Charleville 2-09 Presentation College, Athenry 2-06 Michaela Convery
2008St Brigid's, Callan3-07 St Mary's, Charleville 0-05Leanne Fennelly
2009St Brigid's, Callan1-11Portumna Community School1-06 Denise Gaule
2010 [5] Mar 6 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-05Blackwater CS, Lismore1-07 Ardfinnan Aisling Dunphy
2011 [6] Mar 12 Loreto, Kilkenny 4-10 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-06 Trim Aisling Curtis
2012 [7] Mar 3 Loreto, Kilkenny 4-11St Brigid's, Loughrea1-10TemplederryClaire Phelan
2013Mar 9 Loreto, Kilkenny 1-11St. Brigid's, Loughrea1-06Nenagh
2014Mar 8 Presentation, Kilkenny 2-09 St Mary's, Magherafelt 0-09 Parnells, Coolock
2015 [8] March 7Seamount College, Kinvara1-05 St Flannan's Ennis 0-06 Gort Siobhán Connolly
2016 [9] March 5St Brigid's College, Loughrea2-06 Loreto College, Kilkenny 0-09 Nenagh Tara Murphy [10]
2017 [11] March 11 Loreto College, Kilkenny 6-19Ursuline SS, Thurles1-04Conahy
2018 [12] March 10 Loreto College, Kilkenny 2-18Cross & Passion College, Ballycastle4-08Darver
2019March 23St. Angela's Ursulines, Waterford2-13 2-17 (R)Cross & Passion, Ballycastle2-13 2-11 (R)

All-Ireland Senior B Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
1999Apr 17Sacred Heart, Clonakilty3-13Kilcormac Vocational2-05 Nenagh Geraldine Collins
2000St Patrick's, Shannon3-05St Cuan's, Castleblakeney1-00Siobhán Kelly
2001St Brigid's, Callan2-05Mercy, Woodford1-04Aoife Tracy
2002Mercy, Waterford2-08Ard Scoil Mhuire, Ballinasloe1-05Mairéad Murphy
2003 Coachford College 1-05 Presentation College, Athenry 0-07Joan Twomey
2004St Rynagh's, Banagher2-07St Raphael's, Gort0-07 Susan Earner
2005Mercy, Woodford2-06Ursuline, Thurles0-05Phyllis Hayes
2006St Fergal's, Rathdowney2-09 St Patrick's, Keady 2-04Eimear Delaney
2007St Mary's Nenagh3-06Castlecomer Community School1-08Aoife McLoughney
2008Christ the King, Cork2-12St Killian's, New Inn, Ballinasloe3-06Áine Moynihan
2009Blackwater CS, Lismore4-05 St MacNissi's Camlough Co Antrim 3-04Jodie Walsh
2010Mar 6 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 3-09Borris VEC2-05 Cahir Aisleen Sheehan
2011 [13] Mar 12Grennan College, Thomastown4-09 St Louis, Ballymena 3-03 Trim Shauna Carroll
2012< [14] Mar 10Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy0-11 Coachford College 1-04 Bushy Park Dungarvan
2013Mar 9St. Mary's, New Ross3-09 Laurel Hill, Limerick 2-09 Nenagh
2014Mar 8Our Lady's, Templemore2-14Calasantus, Oranmore1-06 Nenagh
2015 [15] March 7Gorey Community College2-06Holy Rosary College, Galway1-03 Monasterevin
2016March 5Scoil na Trionaide, Doon4-10St. Joseph's, Lucan0-03McDonagh Park, Nenagh
2017 [16] March 21St. Joseph's Rochfortbridge2-06 Coláiste Íosagáin, Dublin0-03 Donaghmore/Ashbourne
2018March 20St. Angela's Ursulines, Waterford5-14 Coláiste Íosagáin, Dublin3-14
2019March 2Castlecomer Community School2-06St. Mary's, Nenmgh0-07

All-Ireland Senior C Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
2006 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 1-06Gort Community School1-02Maria O’ Donoghue
2007Greenhill, Carrick On Suir4-09St. Brendan's, Birr1-04Lisa Phelan
2008Blackwater CS, Lismore3-03Sacred Heart, Tullamore1-05Sandra Prendergast
2009 St Colm's High School, Draperstown 1-09Grennan College, Thomastown0-11Jodie Walsh
2010Mar 6Presentation, Thurles3-18Banagher College1-03 Toomevara Eithne Moran
2011 [17] Mar 12Castlecomer CS4-02 St Pius X College Magherafelt 2-05 Trim Orlaith Walsh
2012Mar 24Kinsale CS3-06St Mary's Midleton2-04Camogie Grounds Cork
2013Mar 9Roscrea Community College2-06Colaiste na Sionna, Banagher1-08Birr
2014Scoil na Trionoide Naofa, Doon0-08 2-09 (R)Maryfield College0-08 2-07 (R)
2015 [18] March 7St. Dominic's College, Cabra2-06Sacred Heart, Clonakilty1-06
2016March 5Mercy Convent, Roscommon1-08St. Joseph's, Rochfortbridge1-07McDonagh Park, Nenagh
2017 [19] Castleknock Community College2-07St. Patrick's, Keady0-04
2018March 13John the Baptist, Hospital2-17Loreto, Mullingar2-10
2019March 2Cashel Community School6-10St. Pius, Derry0-01

All-Ireland Senior D Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
2011 [20] Feb 26St Declan's, Kilmacthomas1-08Mercy, Roscommon0-08Newcastle, Co DublinNiamh Rockett
2012Mar 4 Coláiste Íosagáin, Dublin3-08St Mary's, Macroom0-04Templederry
2013Mar 9 St. Joseph's, Tulla 2-16Scoil Mhuire, Trim3-07Birr
2014Mar 8Glanmire CS0-12Dominican College, Dublin0-11Nenagh
2015 [21] March 7Colaiste Na Phiarsaigh, Glanmire1-09Loreto High School, Nenagh1-07Nenagh
2016Our Lady of Lourdes, New Ross3-07St. Augustines's, Dungarvan1-03WIT, Carriganore
2017 [22] March 14John the Baptist CS, Hospital3-10Scoil Mhuire, Trim1-08St. Loman's, Trim
2018Loreto, Fermoy1-12Colaiste Naomh Cormac1-08 Conahy Shamrocks
2019March 2Colaite Mhuire, Ennis2-08St. Patrick's, Dungannon1-06

All-Ireland Junior Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
1974Apr 6 Presentation College, Athenry 3-00North Presentation, Cork0-00 Croke Park Bernie Duffy
1975Apr 19 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 4-00Presentation, Terenure1-00 Croke Park Midge Poniard
1976Apr 10 Presentation College, Athenry 4-02Sacred Heart (Christ the King), Cork3-02 Croke Park Ann Delaney
1977Apr 2 Presentation College, Athenry 4-01Sacred Heart (Christ the King), Cork1-03 Croke Park Anne Burke
1978Apr 15 Scoil Mhuire, Cashel 2-03Vocational Bawnboy0-01 Croke Park Eithne Bonnar
1979Apr 7Mercy, Roscommon1-02Scoil Pól, Kilfinane0-01 Croke Park Pauline O’ Connor
1980Apr 19Maryfield College, Drumcondra2-03De La Salle, Hospital1-05 Croke Park Siobhán Bryson
1981Apr 11St. John Of God, Artane4-00St. Patrick's, Cork0-02 Nowlan Park Michelle Sleator
1982Apr 17Maryfield College, Drumcondra3-09St. Raphael's, Loughrea4-00 Croke Park Carmel O’ Byrne
1983Apr 16Mercy, Roscommon7-01Coláiste Pól, Kilrea1-03 Belfield Elizabeth Lee
1984Mar 24St. Raphael's, Loughrea6-08St Patrick's, Shannon2-01 Croke Park Deirdre Costello
1985Mar 23St. Raphael's, Loughrea3-04Coláiste Mhuire, Ennis1-00 Cashel Mary Dolphin
1986Apr 12 St Mary's, Charleville 2-06FCJ Bunclody0-03 Croke Park Angela Cooney
1987Apr 4 St Mary's, Charleville 2-03St. Raphael's, Loughrea1-04 Cusack Park, Ennis Máire O’ Sullivan
1988Apr 16St Raphael's, Loughrea5-07St Mary's, Macroom1-00Emer Hardiman
1989Apr 15St. Raphael's, Loughrea5-00 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-02 Donagh (Fe) Pamela Nevin
1990Apr 7St Brigid's, Callan 5-08 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-04 O'Toole Park Sinéad Millea
1991Apr 20St Mary's Nenagh3-09St Cuan's, Castleblakeney1-10 Tullamore Áine Hogan
1992St Mary's Nenagh2-06 St Mary's, Magherafelt 0-08Madeline Hayes
1993Apr 3FCJ Bunclody2-07 St Mary's, Charleville 1-04Katherine Kinsella
1994 St Mary's, Charleville 3-06 St Mary's, Magherafelt 1-05Jean Cullinane
1995Apr 2 St Mary's, Charleville 2-12 St Mary's, Magherafelt 1-01 Tullamore Laura Leslie
1996 St Mary's, Magherafelt 4-08St Raphael's, Gort1-15Deirdre Sheehan
1997Apr 12 St Mary's, Charleville 1-10FCJ Bunclody0-04 Tullamore Simone Forbes
1998Apr 8Seamount, Kinvara3-08 St Mary's, Magherafelt 1-02 The Ragg Karen Huban
1999 St Mary's, Charleville 2-08Seamount, Kinvara0-05Alison White
2000Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy3-05Seamount, Kinvara0-08Caoimhe Fitzpatrick
2001 St Mary's, Charleville 7-16 St Mary's, Magherafelt 1-02Marie Watson
2002 St Mary's, Charleville 4-10Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy4-08Emer Watson
2003 St Mary's, Charleville 9-08Portumna Community School0-03Sinéad McAuliffe
2004Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy8-06 Presentation College, Athenry 0-04Úna Leacy
2005 Presentation College, Athenry 3-10 St Mary's, Magherafelt 2-3Stephanie Dwyer
2006 St Mary's, Charleville 1-11Portumna Community School0-04Aisling Thompson
2007 Loreto, Kilkenny 0-07 Presentation College, Athenry 0-05Niamh Kelly
2008Cross & Passion, Ballycastle2-08St Brigids, Loughrea2-05St Peregrines DublinRebecca Walsh
2009 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-06 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-09Grace Walsh
2010Mar 20 Loreto, Kilkenny 1-16St. Brigid's, Loughrea2-07 Toomevara Kate Holland
2011Mar 12 Loreto, Kilkenny 3-11 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-07 Trim Lydia Fitzpatrick
2012Mar 10 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-07 Presentation, Kilkenny 3-04 Clara Ciara Byrne
ReplayMar 31 Loreto, Kilkenny 4-09 Presentation, Kilkenny 0-08 Clara Ciara Byrne
2013Mar 9 Loreto, Kilkenny 1-14St. Brigid's, Loughrea2-02St. Brendan's Park, Birr
2014Mar 15St. Brendan's, Birr1-06 St Mary's, Charleville 2-02 Nenagh
2015 [23] Loreto, Kilkenny 3-11 Presentation College, Athenry 2-06 Monasterevin
2016Mar 19 Loreto, Kilkenny 3-07 Coachford College 1-10 Cahir
2017March 18 Loreto, Kilkenny 3-11Cross & Passion, Ballycastle2-09 Naomh Peregrine
2018St. Angela's Ursuline, Waterford1-09 1-05 (R)St. Mary's, New Ross3-03 0-07 (R)Carriganore
2019March 22St. Brigid's, Loughrea2-06 Loreto, Kilkenny 2-05

All-Ireland Junior B Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
1999Coláiste Mhuire, Ennis2-10Loreto, Mullingar1-02Sharon O’ Loughlin
2000 Presentation, Kilkenny 2-06Holy Rosary, Mountbellew0-05Marie O’ Connor
2001Mercy, Woodford4-09 St Patrick's, Keady 3-06Ailbe Sheil
2002Loreto, Fermoy7-11Ard Scoil Mhuire, Ballinasloe2-07Marie O’ Neill
2003St Fergal's, Rathdowney4-08Holy Rosary, Mountbellew3-05Miriam Harrison
2004Scariff Community College5-02Castlecomer CS1-05Marian O’Brien
2005Coláiste Mhuire, Ennis1-09Borris Vocational1-07Erin Hennessy
2006Borris Vocational2-06Gort Community School0-04Sinéad Kelly
2007 Coachford College 3-05St Dominic's, Cabra2-05Michelle Healy
2008St Mary's, Nenagh5-06Loreto, Wexford0-04Danielle Slattery
2009St Joseph's, Borrisoleigh5-07 St Patrick's, Keady 0-09Moira Ryan
2010Mar 20 St Flannan's Ennis 2-17 St Louis, Ballymena 2-03RatoathAisling D'Arcy
2011 [24] Mar 12Presentation, Thurles3-06 Coachford College 2-05 Fermoy Rosemarie Hanafin
2012Feb 29St Mary's, New Ross5-08Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir3-08Templederry
2013Castlecomer Community SchoolOur Lady's, Templemore Birr Edel Coonan
2014Mar 15Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir6-20 Calasanctius College, Oranmore3-08 Nenagh
2015 [25] St. Joseph's, Tulla 6-11Seamount College, Kinvara 1-03 Athenry
2016March 5 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig Our Lady's, TerenureMcDonagh Park, Nenagh
2017March 18St. Angela's Ursulines, Waterford3-16Banagher College1-04St. Lactain's
2018March 15Presentation, Wexford3-07 2-10 (R)Castlecomer CS2-10 1-11(R)Tinryland
2019March 2Sacred Heart, Clonakilty3-08St. Mary's, Midleton1-07

All-Ireland Junior C Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
2006 St Joseph's, Tulla 1-03 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 0-00Kate Lynch
2007 Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig 9-05Muine Bheag Vocational1-02Breda O’ Callaghan
2008St Mary's, New Ross3-04 St MacNissi's Camlough Co Antrim 2-02Mary Ellen Doyle
2009Hazelwood, Dromcollogher5-15Coláiste Pól, Kilrea0-00Máire Flanagan
2010Mar 20Presentation, Thurles4-08Grennan College Thomastown4-08 Nowlan Park
ReplayMar 27Presentation, Thurles6-11Grennan College Thomastown1-03 Nowlan Park Bernie Bergin
2011 [26] Mar 12 Maryfield College, Drumcondra2-08Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir1-07 Ellistown Ashling Maher
2012Mar 24Seamount, Kinvara1-08Scoil Phobail Roscrea2-01 Killimor Megan Carr
2013Mar 16 Laurel Hill, Limerick 3-08Gorey Community School2-04UrlingfordSinead McNamara
2014Mar 14St. Joseph's, Lucan3-06 St. Joseph's, Tulla 2-07Nenagh
2015 Coláiste Íosagáin, StillorganScoil na Trionoide, Doon
2016
2017March 25Borrisokane CS3-09 2-08 (R)Abbey Community College3-09 2-04 (R)St. Lactain's
2018March 10St. Mary's Midleton3-17St. Cuan's, Ballinasloe2-09Darver
2019March 20Cashel Community School4-10Portumna Community School2-06

All-Ireland Junior D Colleges Camogie Finals

YearDateWinnerScoreRunner-upScoreVenueCaptain
2011March 26Heywood CS, Ballinakill2-06Abbey CC, Ferrybank2-02ConahyNoelle Murphy
2012 [27] Mar 25 Mount Mercy College, Cork 5-09St. Joseph's, Rochfortbridge4-08Templederry
2013Mar 16 St. Joseph's, Tulla 4-13Scoil Mhuire, Trim0-05Birr
2014Mar 15Mercy, Roscommon5-09Presentation, Waterford1-05 Nenagh
2015Our Lady of MercySt. MacDaras
2016
2017March 21John the Baptist CS, Hospital3-07Scoil Mhuire, Trim2-06Hospital
2018March 10Coláiste Phobail Roscrea7-07Clarin College Athenry1-03Darver
2019March 2Scoil Pól, Kilfinane3-06 St Colm's High School, Draperstown, (Derry)1-03

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The 2011 Ashbourne Cup inter-collegiate camogie championship was staged at the NUIG sports complex in Dangan, Galway over the weekend of February 19–20 with the finals in Pearse Stadium, Salthill. It was won by Waterford Institute of Technology who defeated University College Cork in the final by eight points, a repeat of the pairing and result, though not the margin of victory, of the 1999 final and 2010 final. Player of the tournament was WIT's Katrina Parrock.

The 2010 All-Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship was won by Loreto, Kilkenny, who defeated Blackwater CS, Lismore by 2-5 to 1-7 in the final on March 6, 2010 at Ardfinnan. Lismore's one point defeat in the final narrowly prevented a unique treble for the sport of Senior C, Senior B and Senior A titles in successive years.

John Joseph (JJ) Doyle is a former hurler who managed the Wexford camogie to All-Ireland championship success in 2010 2011 and 2012.

The 1978 National Camogie League, the second most important elite level inter-county competition in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Kilkenny, who defeated Limerick in the final, played at Adare.

The 1977 National Camogie League, the second most important elite level inter-county competition in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Wexford, who defeated Cork in the final, played at Castleboro.

The 1980 National Camogie League, the second most important elite level inter-county competition in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Kilkenny, who defeated Tipperary in the final, played at Roscrea.

The 2012 All Ireland Colleges Camogie Championship was won by Loreto, Kilkenny, who defeated St Brigids Loughrea by 4-11 to 1-10 in the final on March 3, 2012 at Templederry. It completed a three-in-a-row by the school, who also captured the junior title that year. They had10 of the 2011 winning team on their starting 15. Tracey Brennan was player of the match.

The 1985 National Camogie League, the second most important elite level inter-county competition in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Kilkenny, who defeated Dublin in the final, played at Parnell Park.

The 1982 National Camogie League, the second most important elite level inter-county competition in the women's team field sport of camogie was won by Kilkenny, who defeated Cork in the final, played at St John’s Park, Kilkenny.

The 2012 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship—known as the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship in association with RTÉ Sport for sponsorship reasons— is the premier competition of the 2012 camogie season. It commenced on 23 June 2012 and ended with the final on 16 September. Eight county teams compete in the Senior Championship out of twenty-seven who compete overall in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships. Wexford defeated Cork in the final. The championship was notable for the qualification of Offaly for the All-Ireland semi-final just three years after they had been graded junior. Quarter-final stages of the championships were re-introduced for the first time since 2006. The 2012 championship was the first to be held under new rules which allowed two points for a point direct from a sideline ball.

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