All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Championship

The All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Championship is the ladies' Gaelic football competition for club football teams. The winners are awarded the Dolores Tyrrell Memorial Cup.

All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Championship
CodeLadies Football
Founded1977
TrophyDolores Tyrrell Memorial Cup
Title holdersMourneabbeyCork (2nd title)
Most titlesBallymacarbry – Waterford (10 titles)


Senior championshipsEdit

Senior finals listed by yearEdit

Year Venue Winning team County Losing team County
2019 Gaelic Grounds Mourneabbey 2-09 Cork Kilkerrin-Clonberne 0-14 Galway
2018 Parnell Park Mourneabbey 1–13 Cork Foxrock–Cabinteely 1-06 Dublin
2017[1] Parnell Park Carnacon 0–15 Mayo Mourneabbey 1–10 Cork
2016[2][3] Parnell Park Donaghmoyne 2–09 Monaghan Foxrock–Cabinteely 0–08 Dublin
2015[4] Parnell Park Donaghmoyne 0–11 Monaghan Mourneabbey 0–08 Cork
2014[5] Tuam Termon 3–12 Donegal Mourneabbey 1–13 Cork
2013[6] Carrick-on-Shannon Carnacon 1–06 Mayo Donaghmoyne 0–08 Monaghan
2012[7] Ballinamore Donaghmoyne 1–10 Monaghan Carnacon 1–05 Mayo
2011[8] Ballymahon Carnacon 2–12 Mayo Na Fianna 2–04 Dublin
2010[9] Cashel Inch Rovers 0–09 Cork Carnacon 0–07 Mayo
2009[10] Banagher Donaghmoyne 2–07 Monaghan Donoughmore 1–08 Cork
2008[11] O'Connor Park Carnacon 2–11 Mayo Inch Rovers 2–06 Cork
2007[12] Banagher Carnacon 2–14 Mayo Inch Rovers 1–06 Cork
2006[13] Dromard Donaghmoyne 1–11 Monaghan Carnacon 0–13 Mayo
2005[14] Drogheda Ballyboden St Endas 1–06 Dublin Donaghmoyne 0–06 Monaghan
2004[15] Birr Ballyboden St Endas 2–07 Dublin Donoughmore 1–09 Cork
2003[16] Nowlan Park Donoughmore 2–16 Cork Seneschalstown 1–06 Meath
2002[13] Mullingar Carnacon 2–14 Mayo Carrickmore 0–10 Tyrone
2001[17] Birr Donoughmore 3–06 Cork Ballyboden St Endas 0–08 Dublin
2000[18] St Loman's, Mullingar Monaghan Harps 2–07 Monaghan Timahoe 1–03 Laois
1999r[19]

1999d [20]

Portarlington Shelmaliers 3–08 Wexford Hollymount 3–04 Mayo
Lusmagh Shelmaliers 1–06 Wexford Hollymount 1–06 Mayo
1998[21] Birr Ballymacarbry 2–15 Waterford Portobello 0–08 Dublin
1997[22] New Ross Ballymacarbry 5–10 Waterford Shelmaliers 0–03 Wexford
1996[13] Pairc Tailteann Shelmaliers 3–09 Wexford St. Eunan's 1–07 Donegal
1995[23] Fraher Field Ballymacarbry 4–12 Waterford Parnells 1–04 London
1994[24] Semple Stadium Ballymacarbry 3–12 Waterford Rochfortbridge 1–06 Westmeath
1993[25] Semple Stadium Ballymacarbry 2–12 Waterford Crettyard 1–02 Laois
1992[26] Athy Ballymacarbry 3–08 Waterford Rochfortbridge 1–02 Westmeath
1991[27] Dr Cullen Park Ballymacarbry 0–09 Waterford Rochfortbridge 1–04 Westmeath
1990[28] Semple Stadium Ballymacarbry 4–09 Waterford St. Grellan's 0–03 Galway
1989[29] Athy Ballymacarbry 0–09 Waterford Rochfortbridge 0–03 Westmeath
1988[30] Callan Adamstown 2–06 Wexford Ballymacarbry 1–04 Waterford
1987[31] O'Connor Park Ballymacarbry 4–10 Waterford Hollymount 1–02 Mayo
1986 Tipperary The Heath 3–04 Laois Castleisland 1–05 Kerry
1985 Cashel The Heath 3–02 Laois Ballymacarbry 1–06 Waterford
1984[32][33] The Heath St Enda's 2–04 Cork The Heath 1–05 Laois
1983 [34] The Heath Castleisland 0–09 Kerry The Heath 1–05 Laois
1982[35] Geashill Galway Gaels 4–04 Galway Rochfortbridge 1–02 Westmeath
1981[36] Watergrasshill Watergrasshill 1–02 Cork Galway Gaels 1–01 Galway
1980[37][38] Dolla Castleisland 2–07 Kerry Rochfortbridge 3–01 Westmeath
1979[39][13] Portarlington Newtownshandrum 1–07 Cork Mullahoran 0–02 Cavan
1978[40] Portarlington Newtownshandrum 4–06 Cork Mullahoran 1–09 Cavan
1977[41] Pearse Park Mullahoran 4–05 Cavan St Comans 2–01 Roscommon
  • Ladies' national website incorrectly states that in 1977 Mullahoran beat Newtownshandrum.

Summary of All-Ireland ChampionsEdit

By ClubEdit

Team County Winners Years won Runners-up Years runners-up
Ballymacarby Waterford 10 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998 2 1985, 1988
Carnacon Mayo 6 2002, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2013, 2017 3 2006, 2010, 2012
Donaghmoyne Monaghan 5 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2016 2 2005, 2013
The Heath Laois 2 1985, 1986 2 1983, 1984
Donoughmore Cork 2 2001, 2003 2 2004, 2009
Castleisland Kerry 2 1980, 1983 1 1986
Shelmaliers Wexford 2 1996, 1999 1 1997
Ballyboden St Endas Dublin 2 2004, 2005 1 2001
Newtownshandrum Cork 2 1978, 1979 0
Mourneabbey Cork 2 2018, 2019 3 2014, 2015, 2017
Mullahoran Cavan 1 1977 2 1978, 1979
Inch Rovers Cork 1 2010 2 2007, 2008
Galway Gaels Galway 1 1982 1 1981
Watergrasshill Cork 1 1981 0
St Enda's Cork 1 1984 0
Adamstown Wexford 1 1988 0
Monaghan Harps Monaghan 1 2000 0
Termon Donegal 1 2014 0
Rochfortbridge Westmeath 0 6 1980, 1982, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994
Hollymount Mayo 0 2 1987, 1999
Foxrock Cabinteely Dublin 0 2 2016, 2018
St Coman's Roscommon 0 1 1977
St Grellan's Galway 0 1 1990
Crettyard Laois 0 1 1993
Parnells London 0 1 1995
St Eunan's Donegal 0 1 1996
Portabello Dublin 0 1 1998
Timahoe Laois 0 1 2000
Carrickmore Tyrone 0 1 2002
Seneschalstowm Meath 0 1 2003
Na Fianna Dublin 0 1 2011
Kilkerrin-Clonberne Galway 0 1 2019

Senior titles listed by countyEdit

L, M, U, C refer to Leinster/Munster/Ulster/Connacht championships won by teams from the county.

# County All-Irelands Finalists L M U C Last All-Ireland/provincial winners
1 10 2 14 Ballymacarbry, 1998 / Ballymacarbry, 2000
2
  Cork clubs[42]
9 7 23 Mourneabbey, 2019 / Mourneabbey, 2019
3
  Mayo clubs[43]
6 5 25 Carnacon, 2017 / Carnacon, 2017
6 2 16 Donaghmoyne, 2015 / Donaghmoyne, 2019
5
  Wexford clubs
3 1 7 Shelmaliers, 1999 / Shelmaliers, 2012
6
  Laois clubs
2 4 14 The Heath, 1986 / Sarsfields, 2014
  Dublin clubs
2 5 13 Ballyboden St Endas, 2005 / Foxrock Cabinteely, 2019
2 1 3 Castleisland, 1983 / Castleisland, 1986
9
  Galway* clubs[43]
1 3 14 Galway Gaels, 1982 / Kilkerrin-Clonberne, 2019
1 2 8 Mullahoran, 1977 / Cnoc Bríd, 2003
  Donegal clubs[44]
1 1 6 Termon, 2014 / Termon, 2014
12
  Westmeath clubs
0 6 7 Rochfortbridge, 1994
  Meath clubs
0 1 1 Seneschalstown, 2003
  Tyrone clubs[44]
0 1 5 St Macartans, 2017
  Roscommon clubs[43]
0 1 3 Clann na Gael, 1995
  Offaly clubs
0 0 1 Tullamore, 1981
  Clare clubs[42]
0 0 2 The Banner, 2013
  Tipperary clubs[42]
0 0 1 Loughmore, 1977
  • Galway deducted one All Ireland title (1984/85) and one Connacht title (1984).
  • Mullahoran won the Ulster title or had no competition to represent Ulster from 1977 to 1983 inclusive.

Senior titles listed by provinceEdit

Province All-Irelands Finalists Most recent winning team Most recent finalist
  Munster clubs 21 10 Mourneabbey (Cork), 2019 Mourneabbey (Cork), 2017
  Ulster clubs 8 6 Donaghamoyne (Monaghan), 2016 Donaghamoyne (Monaghan), 2013
  Leinster clubs 7 17 Ballyboden St Endas (Dublin), 2005 Foxrock-Cabinteeley (Dublin), 2018
  Connacht* clubs 7 8 Carnacon (Mayo), 2017 Kilkerrin-Clonberne (Galway), 2019
  London clubs 0 1 Parnells (London), 1995
  • Connacht deducted one All Ireland title (Galway Gaels 1984/85).

Intermediate championshipsEdit

Junior championshipsEdit

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