Hogan Cup

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The Hogan Cup (Irish : Corn Uí Ógáin) is the trophy presented to the winners of the All-Ireland secondary schools senior A football championship. The competition itself is regularly referred to by the trophy's name. It is the top level gaelic football championship for secondary schools (sometimes referred to as colleges) in Ireland.

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For official fixtures and results see Hogan Cup at gaa.ie

The current holders are St. Michael's College, Enniskillen, who won the cup for the first time by defeating Naas C.B.S. by 1-12 to 1-11 on 6 April 2019.

St. Jarlath's College, Tuam hold the record number of titles, winning their twelfth in 2002, and have appeared as runners-up in a further fourteen finals. Second overall are eight-times champions St. Colman's, Newry, who in 2011 retained the title for the first time in their history with victory over St Jarlath's College. St. Colman's have been runners-up only twice in ten final appearances. St Patrick's, Maghera are third overall, having won the trophy five times.

The competition commenced in 1946 but was not played in the years 1949 to 1956. The cup is named after Brother Thomas Hogan. The Hogan Stand in Croke Park is named after his brother Michael Hogan. Since its beginning, there have been two different cups presented. The original cup was last presented in 1960, and now resides in St Jarlath's College. A newly designed cup was introduced in 1961. [1]

To increase participation the Colleges All-Ireland senior "B" championship (holders Holy Trinity College Cookstown) was created in 1975, and a senior "C" championship commenced in 2000. [2]

Format

Provincial Championships

The four provinces each organise an A championship —

All-Ireland

The four provincial "A" champions compete in two knock-out semi-finals. The final is usually played in mid-April.

Wins listed by College

#TeamWinsYearsRunners UPYears
1 St Jarlath's College, Tuam 121947, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1964,
1966, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1984,
1994, 2002
141946, 1949, 1962, 1967, 1973,
1976, 1979, 1983, 1990, 1992,
1993, 1999, 2001, 2003
2 St. Colman's, Newry 81967, 1975, 1986, 1988, 1993,
1998, 2010, 2011
21957, 1978
3 St. Patrick's College, Maghera 51989, 1990, 1995, 2003, 201361980, 1984, 1994, 1996, 2014,
2016
4 St. Mel's College, Longford 41948, 1962, 1963, 198721961, 1988
Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork 41968, 1970, 1983, 198511989
St. Brendan's, Killarney 41969, 1992, 2016, 201741963, 1974, 2008, 2010
5Carmelite College, Moate 31976, 1980, 198121975, 1977
St. Patrick's, Navan 32000, 2001, 200432013, 2006, 1991
6 St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon 21997, 200812004
Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis 22014, 2015
7 St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh 1194621947, 2000
St. Nathy's, Ballaghadereen1195711959
St. Joseph's, Fairview11959
St. Columb's, Derry 11965
St. Mary's CBS, Belfast 11971
St. Patrick's, Cavan 1197211948
Franciscan College, Gormanstown 1197321958, 1974
St Colman's College, Claremorris 1197711981
Ardscoil Rís, Dublin 11979
St. Fachtna's, Skibbereen 1199111982
Intermediate School, Killorglin 11996
Good Counsel, New Ross 1199911995
Knockbeg College, Carlow 12005
Abbey CBS, Newry 12006
Omagh CBS 12007
Colaiste Na Sceilge, Caherciveen 12009
St. Mary's Secondary School, Edenderry 1201212009
St. Ronan's, Lurgan12018
St Michael's College, Enniskillen 1201922002, 2012

Finals listed by year

YearProvinceWinnerScoreScoreOpponentProvinceReport
2019Ulster St. Michael's College, Enniskillen 1-121-11 Naas C.B.S. Leinster [3]
2018UlsterSt. Ronan's, Lurgan1-101-09Rice College, WestportConnacht [4]
2017Munster St. Brendan's College, Killarney (4)0-180-10 St. Peter's College, Wexford Leinster [5]
2016Munster St. Brendan's College, Killarney (3)2-132-06 St. Patrick's College, Maghera Ulster [6]
2015MunsterPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis (2)1-122-05 Roscommon CBS Connacht [7]
2014MunsterPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis 1-081-06 St. Patrick's College, Maghera Ulster [8]
2013Ulster St. Patrick's College, Maghera (5)1-201-10 St. Patrick's, Navan Leinster [9]
2012LeinsterSt. Mary's Secondary School, Edenderry 1-160-06 St. Michael's College, Enniskillen Ulster [10]
2011Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (8)2-100-15 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
2010Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (7)1-183-05 St. Brendan's, Killarney Munster
2009MunsterColaiste Na Sceilge, Caherciveen 1-090-10St. Mary's Secondary School, Edenderry Leinster
2008Ulster St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon (2)1-091-07 St. Brendan's, Killarney Munster
2007Ulster Omagh CBS 0-160-07 St Mary's CBS, TraleeMunster
2006Ulster Abbey CBS 2-15
(aet)
2-13
(aet)
St. Patrick's, Navan Leinster
2005Leinster Knockbeg College, Carlow 2-080-11 St Mary's College, Galway Connacht
2004Leinster St. Patrick's, Navan (3)1-111-10 St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon Ulster
2003Ulster St. Patrick's College, Maghera (4)1-092-04 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
2002Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (12)3-130-06 St. Michael's College, Enniskillen Ulster
2001Leinster St. Patrick's, Navan (2)2-102-08 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
2000Leinster St. Patrick's, Navan 0-111-06 St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh Ulster
1999Leinster Good Counsel, New Ross 1-111-07 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1998Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (6)2-141-07 Coláiste Eoin, Dublin Leinster
1997Ulster St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon 1-100-03 St. Gerald's College, Castlebar Connacht
1996MunsterIntermediate School, Killorglin 4-081-14 St. Patrick's College, Maghera Ulster
1995Ulster St. Patrick's College, Maghera (3)2-111-06 Good Counsel, New Ross Leinster
1994Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (11)3-110-09 St. Patrick's College, Maghera Ulster
1993Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (5)2-101-09 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1992Munster St. Brendan's, Killarney (2)0-090-05 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1991MunsterSt. Fachtna's, Skibbereen 2-090-07 St. Patrick's, Navan Leinster
1990
Replay
Ulster St. Patrick's College, Maghera (2)1-04
1-11
0-07
0-13
St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1989
Replay
Ulster St. Patrick's College, Maghera 1-05
2-15
0-08
1-06
Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork Munster
1988Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (4)1-111-07 St. Mel's College, Longford Leinster
1987Leinster St. Mel's College, Longford (3)0-081-04 St Mary's College, Galway Connacht
1986Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (3)3-100-07St. David's, Artane Leinster
1985Munster Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (4)1-090-09 Summerhill College, Sligo Connacht
1984Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (10)0-102-03 St. Patrick's College, Maghera Ulster
1983Munster Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (3)3-062-05 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1982
Replay
Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (9)1-07
1-08
1-07
0-08
St. Fachtna's, Skibbereen Munster
1981LeinsterCarmelite College, Moate (3)2-021-04 St Colman's College, Claremorris Connacht
1980LeinsterCarmelite College, Moate (2)0-121-08 St. Patrick's College, Maghera Ulster
1979
Replay
Leinster Ardscoil Rís, Dublin 0-10
2-09
0-10
1-10
St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1978Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (8)2-112-04 St. Colman's, Newry Ulster
1977Connacht St Colman's College, Claremorris 1-111-10Carmelite College, Moate Leinster
1976LeinsterCarmelite College, Moate 1-100-11 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1975Ulster St. Colman's, Newry (2)1-072-03Carmelite College, Moate Leinster
1974Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (7)4-112-11 Franciscan College, Gormanston Leinster
1973Leinster Franciscan College, Gormanston 1-070-08 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1972UlsterSt. Patrick's, Cavan 2-111-05 St. Brendan's, Killarney Munster
1971Ulster St. Mary's CBS, Belfast 1-131-07Colaiste Iosagain, Ballyvourney Munster
1970Munster Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (2)4-051-13St. Malachy's, Belfast Ulster
1969Munster St. Brendan's, Killarney 1-133-03St. Mary's, Galway Connacht
1968Munster Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork 3-111-10Belcamp OMI, Dublin Leinster
1967Ulster St Colman's College, Newry 1-081-07 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1966Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (6)1-101-09 St. Finian's College, Mullingar Leinster
1965
Replay
UlsterSt. Columb's, Derry 0-09
0-11
0-09
1-07
Belcamp OMI, Dublin Leinster
1964
Replay
Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (5)0-11
1-10
1-08
0-04
St. Mel's College, Longford Leinster
1963Leinster St. Mel's College, Longford (2)1-062-02 St. Brendan's, Killarney Munster
1962Leinster St. Mel's College, Longford 3-112-12 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht
1961Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (4)2-081-08 St. Mel's College, Longford Leinster
1960Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (3)3-103-07 St. Finian's College, Mullingar Leinster
1959LeinsterSt. Joseph's, Fairview3-092-08St. Nathy's, Ballaghaderreen Connacht
1958Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (2)0-091-04 Franciscan College, Gormanston Leinster
1957ConnachtSt. Nathy's, Ballaghaderreen 1-070-04 St. Colman's, Newry Ulster
1956No competition (1949–1956).
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948Leinster St. Mel's College, Longford 4-073-03St. Patrick's, Cavan Ulster
1947Connacht St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (1)4-103-08 St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh Ulster
1946Ulster St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh 3-114-07 St. Jarlath's College, Tuam Connacht


(R) = after replay.
(aet) = After extra time

Wins listed by Province

ProvinceWinsLast WinBiggest ContributorWins
Ulster232019
St Ronan's Lurgan
St Colman's Newry8
Leinster162012
St Maey's Edenderry
St Mel's Longford4
Connacht142002
St Jarlath's Tuam
St Jarlath's Tuam12
Munster132017
St Brendan's Killarney
St Brendan's Killarney
Coláiste Chríost Rí
4

List of Schools' GAA Championships

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Schools' Senior A Football
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Schools' Senior C Football
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Schools' Senior C Hurling

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