List of All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship finals

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This page is a list of final matches of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship , the premier inter-county competition in camogie. [1] [2]

SeasonWinnerScoreRunners–upVenueAttendance
1932 Dublin 3-2 – 0-2 Galway Galway Sportsgrounds, Galway 4,000
1933 Dublin 9-2 – 4-0 Galway Parnell Park, Killester 1,000
1934 Cork 4-3 – 1-4 Louth Croke Park, Dublin 3,500
1935 Cork 3-4 – 4-0 Dublin Cork Athletic Grounds, Cork 2,000
1936 Cork 6-4 – 3-3 Louth Croke Park, Dublin 2,000
1937 Dublin 9-4 – 1-0 Galway Parnell Park, Killester 1,000
1938 Dublin 5-0 – 2-3 Cork Cork Athletic Grounds, Cork 5,000
1939 Cork 6-1 – 1-1 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 5,000
1940 Cork 4-1 – 2-2 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 3,000
1941 Cork 7-5 – 1-2 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1942 Dublin 1-2 – 1-2 Cork University College Cork, Cork 4,000
Dublin 4-1 – 2-2 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 6,100
1943 Dublin 8-0 – 1-1 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 9,136
1944 Dublin 5-4 – 0-0 Antrim Corrigan Park, Belfast 2,600
1945 Antrim 5-2 – 3-2 Waterford Cappoquin GAA Grounds, Cappoquin 2,500
1946 Antrim 4-1 – 2-3 Galway Corrigan Park, Belfast 5,000
1947 Antrim 2-4 – 2-1 Dublin Corrigan Park, Belfast 5,000
1948 Dublin 11-4 – 4-2 Down Croke Park, Dublin 1,500
1949 Dublin 8-6 – 4-1 Tipperary St. Cronan's Park, Roscrea 1,200
1950 Dublin 8-2 – 1-2 London Mitcham, London 1,300
1951 Dublin 5-1 – 4-2 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1952 Dublin 8-6 – 4-1 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1953 Dublin 8-4 – 1-3 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1954 Dublin 10-4 – 1-2 Derry Croke Park, Dublin 2,000
1955 Dublin 9-2 – 5-6 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,192
1956 Antrim 5-3 – 4-2 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,100
1957 Dublin 3-3 – 3-1 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 7,000
1958 Dublin 5-4 – 1-1 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 53,357 [3]
1959 Dublin 11-6 – 1-3 Mayo Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1960 Dublin 6-2 – 2-0 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 2,800
1961 Dublin 7-2 – 4-1 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1962 Dublin 5-5 – 2-0 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 3,000
1963 Dublin 10-4 – 1-2 Derry Croke Park, Dublin 3,500
1964 Dublin 7-4 – 3-1 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 3,500
1965 Dublin 10-1 – 5-3 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 3,500
1966 Dublin 2-2 – 0-6 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 3,500
1967 Antrim 4-2 – 4-2 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 3,500
Antrim 3-9 – 4-2 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 2,000
1968 Wexford 4-2 – 2-5 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,500
1969 Wexford 4-4 – 4-2 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 4,500
1970 Cork 5-7 – 3-2 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 4,500
1971 Cork 4-6 – 1-2 Wexford Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1972 Cork 2-5 – 1-4 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 4,500
1973 Cork 2-5 – 3-1 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1974 Kilkenny 3-8 – 4-5 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
Kilkenny 3-3 – 1-5 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 5,000
1975 Wexford 4-4 – 4-2 Antrim Croke Park, Dublin 4,500
1976 Wexford 4-3 – 1-2 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 6,000
1977 Kilkenny 3-4 – 1-3 Wexford Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1978 Cork 6-4 – 1-2 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1979 Antrim 2-3 – 1-3 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 2,900
1980 Cork 2-7 – 3-4 Limerick Croke Park, Dublin 2,700
Cork 1-8 – 2-2 Limerick Croke Park, Dublin 3,013
1981 Kilkenny 3-9 – 3-9 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 3,000
Kilkenny 1-9 – 0-7 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 3,000
1982 Cork 2-7 – 2-6 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 3,000
1983 Cork 2-5 – 1-6 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 3,413
1984 Dublin 5-9 – 1-4 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 4,219
1985 Kilkenny 0-13 – 1-5 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 4,500
1986 Kilkenny 2-12 – 2-3 Dublin Croke Park, Dublin 5,000
1987 Kilkenny 3-10 – 1-7 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 5,496
1988 Kilkenny 4-11 – 3-8 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1989 Kilkenny 3-10 – 2-5 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 3,024
1990 Kilkenny 1-14 – 0-7 Wexford Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1991 Kilkenny 3-8 – 0-10 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1992 Cork 1-20 – 2-6 Wexford Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1993 Cork 3-15 – 2-8 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 5,400
1994 Kilkenny 2-11 – 0-8 Wexford Croke Park, Dublin 5,000
1995 Cork 4-8 – 2-10 Wexford Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1996 Galway 4-8 – 1-16 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 4,000
1997 Cork 0-15 – 2-5 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 10,212
1998 Cork 2-13 – 0-15 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 10,436
1999 Tipperary 0-12 – 1-8 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 15,084
2000 Tipperary 2-11 – 1-9 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 12,880
2001 Tipperary 4-13 – 1-6 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 16,354
2002 Cork 4-9 – 1-9 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 13,287
2003 Tipperary 2-11 – 1-11 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 16,183
2004 Tipperary 1-14 – 0-7 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 24,567
2005 Cork 1-17 – 1-13 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 14,350
2006 Cork 0-12 – 0-4 Tipperary Croke Park, Dublin 20,685
2007 Wexford 2-7 – 1-8 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 33,154
2008 Cork 2-10 – 1-8 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 18,727
2009 Cork 0-15 – 0-7 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 25,924
2010 Wexford 1-12 – 1-10 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 17,290
2011 Wexford 2-7 – 1-8 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 14,974
2012 Wexford 3-13 – 3-6 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 15,900
2013 Galway 1-9 – 0-7 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 15,063
2014 Cork 2-12 – 1-9 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 12,473
2015 Cork 1-13 – 0-9 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 16,610
2016 Kilkenny 1-13 – 1-9 Cork Croke Park, Dublin 20,037
2017 Cork 0-10 – 0-9 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 20,438
2018 Cork 0-14 – 0-13 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 21,453
2019 Galway 3-14 – 0-17 Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin 24,730
2020 Kilkenny 1-14 – 1-11 Galway Croke Park, Dublin 0 [4]

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The 1934 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1934 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Cork, who defeated Louth by an eight-point margin in the final.

The 1990 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1990 season. The championship was won by Killkenny who defeated Wexford by a ten-point margin in the final.

The 1958 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1958 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin who defeated Tipperary by a 15-point margin in the final.

The 1962 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1962 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin who defeated Galway by a 14-point margin in the final.

The 1950 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1950 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin who defeated London by a 21-point margin in the final, having already defeated Antrim by a ten-point margin in the home final.

The 1951 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1951 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin who defeated Antrim by a 17-point margin in the final. The final was played at Croke Park.

The 1948 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1948 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin, who defeated Down by a 23-point margin in the final. It marked the return of Dublin to the roll of honour after an eight-year hiatus when it was separated from the rest of the camogie playing community, as the CIÉ club, which could call on the two greatest players of the era Kathleen Cody and Kathleen Mills, chose to affiliate to Central Council and their one-club selection won the All-Ireland championship.

The 1940 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1940 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Cork, who defeated Galway by a five-point margin in the final.

The 1949 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1949 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin, who defeated London by a 22-point margin in the final "proper" at Croke Park having earlier defeated Tipperary by a 17-point margin in a poorly attended home final in Roscrea. They were to play London in a final "proper" on 4 December, which fell through.

The 1965 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1965 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Dublin who defeated Tipperary by a 13-point margin in the final.

The 1956 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship was the high point of the 1956 season in Camogie. The championship was won by Antrim who defeated Cork by a four-point margin in the final, having created a major surprise by defeating serial champions Dublin in the semi-final, and interrupting what would otherwise have been a run of 19 championships in a row by Dublin. The championship featured what were reportedly two of the best camogie matches in the history of the game in its 12-a-side phase, the final and the semi-final between Antrim and Dublin.

References

  1. "The Camogie Association : Championship". www.camogie.ie.
  2. Moran, Mary (August 17, 2011). A Game of Our Own: Camogie's Story 1904-2010. Unknown Publisher. ISBN   9781908591005 via Google Books.
  3. This game was played as a curtain-raiser to the hurling semi-final, hence the high attendance.
  4. The game was played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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