Wexford Senior Hurling Championship

The Wexford Senior Hurling Championship (known for sponsorship reasons as the Pettitt's SuperValu Senior Hurling Championship) is an annual hurling competition organised by the Wexford County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association since 1889 for the top hurling teams in the county of Wexford in Ireland.

Wexford Senior Hurling Championship
Current season or competition:
2021 Wexford Senior Hurling Championship
IrishCraobh Iomána Sinsearach Loch Garman
CodeHurling
Founded1889; 133 years ago (1889)
RegionColours of Wexford.svg Wexford (GAA)
TrophyDr. R. J. Bowe Cup
No. of teams12
Title holdersColours of Limerick.svg Rapparees (2nd title)
Most titlesColours of Kilkenny.svg Rathnure (20 titles)
SponsorsPettitt's SuperValu
TV partner(s)TG4
Official websiteWexford GAA

The series of games are played during the spring and autumn months with the county final currently[when?] being played at Chadwicks Wexford Park in October. The prize for the winning team is the Dr. R. J. Bowe Cup. Initially played as a knock-out competition, the championship currently[when?] uses a round robin format followed by a knock-out stage.

The Wexford County Championship is an integral part of the wider Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship. The winners of the Wexford county final join the champions of the other hurling counties to contest the provincial championship.

12 teams participated in the 2021 Wexford Senior Hurling Championship. The title has been won at least once by 28 different teams. The all-time record-holders are Rathnure who have won a total of 20 titles.

Rapparees are the title-holders (2021) after defeating St. Anne's Rathangan by 6-18 to 1-17 in the final.

The championshipEdit

OverviewEdit

The Wexford County Championship features a group stage followed by a knock-out stage. Each team in the championship is guaranteed at least five games. Relegation and promotion also takes place with the second tier Wexford Intermediate Hurling Championship.

FormatEdit

Group stageEdit

For the group stage there are two groups of six teams. Teams play the other five teams in the group once, and match points are awarded depending on the result of each game, with teams receiving two points for a win, and one for a draw.

Following the completion of the group stage, the top four-ranking teams in each group qualify for the knock-out stage of the championship. The bottom-placed team in each group contest the relegation play-off.

Knock-out stageEdit

The four quarter-finals consist of the top four teams from Group 1 and Group 2. The winners of the quarter-finals advance to the semi-finals with the two winners of these games contesting the final.

SponsorshipEdit

Since 1994 the Wexford County Championship has been sponsored by Wexford-based supermarket Pettitt's SuperValu. It is one of the longest sponsorship deals of any county championship in Ireland.[1]

Qualification for subsequent competitionsEdit

The Wexford Senior Hurling Championship winners qualify for the subsequent Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship. A team representing Wexford has won the provincial title on 10 occasions.

ManagersEdit

Managers in the Wexford Championship are involved in the day-to-day running of the team, including the training, team selection, and sourcing of players. Their influence varies from club-to-club and is related to the individual club committees. The manager is assisted by a team of two or three selectors and a backroom team consisting of various coaches.

Winning managers
Manager Team Wins Winning years
Séamus Murphy Rathnure 1 1996, 2002, 2003
Willie Sunderland Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2004, 2005
Liam Dunne Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2009, 2010
Vinny Parker Shelmaliers 2 2014, 2020
Frank Flannery Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2015, 2016
Tomás Codd St. Martin's 2 2017, 2019
Tony Walsh Faythe Harriers 1 2001
Teddy O'Connor Rathnure 1 2006
Kevin Ryan Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2007
Roy Coleman St. Martin's 1 2008
Brendan O'Connor Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2011
Pat Herbert Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2012
Martin Storey Oulart-the Ballagh 1 2013
Louis Cullen Naomh Éanna 1 2018
Declan Ruth Rapparees 1 2021

TrophyEdit

The winning team is presented with the Dr. R. J. Bowe Cup. A native of Enniscorthy, Bowe served as team doctor to the Wexford senior hurling team for a period of 25 years from the 1960s until the late 1980s.[2]

Roll of honourEdit

# Team Wins Winning Years
1 Rathnure 20 1948, 1950, 1955, 1961, 1967, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2006
2 Oulart the Ballagh 13 1994, 1995, 1997, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016
3 Buffer's Alley 12 1968, 1970, 1975, 1976, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992
4 Adamstown 11 1926, 1927, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1935, 1936, 1937 1940, 1941, 1942
5 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy 9 1946, 1947, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959
6 Faythe Harriers 5 1960, 1962, 1965, 1981, 2001
7 Geraldine O'Hanrahans 4 1943, 1944, 1945,1966
St. Martin's 4 1999, 2008, 2017, 2019
10 Blackwater 3 1889, 1890, 1898
Cloughbawn 3 1949, 1951, 1993
Castlebridge 3 1904, 1910, 1919
13 Glenbrien 2 1915, 1916
St. Anne's Rathangan 2 1924, 2000
Sally Beachers 2 1928, 1930
St. Fintan's 2 1929, 1934
Shamrocks 2 1964, 1969
Shelmaliers 2 2014, 2020
19 Slaney Harriers 1 1903
Rathgarogue 1 1905
Ross/Rathgarogue 1 1912
New Ross 1 1913
Red Rapparees 1 1914
Ballymurn 1 1911
Crossabeg 1 1918
O'Hanrahan's, New Ross 1 1939
Oylegate-Glenbrien 1 1963
Rapparees 2 1978, 2021
Naomh Éanna 1 2018

List of finalsEdit

Year Winners Score Runners-up Score Captain(s)
1982 Buffer's Alley 1-09 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-06
1983 Buffer's Alley 1-13 St. Martin's 1-01
1984 Buffer's Alley 2-05 Faythe Harriers 0-05
1985 Buffer's Alley 1-14 Faythe Harriers 0-12
1986 Rathnure 2-16 Buffer's Alley 1-14
1987 Rathnure 2-06 Cloughbawn 0-09
1988 Buffer's Alley 2-10 Rathnure 1-05
1989 Buffer's Alley 3-16 Oulart-the Ballagh 2-13
1990 Rathnure 2-08 Cloughbawn 1-08
1991 Buffer's Alley 2-10 Faythe Harriers 1-07
1992 Buffer's Alley 1-12 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-05
1993 Cloughbawn 2-10 Rapparees 2-07
1994 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-14 St. Martin's 0-16
1995 Oulart-the Ballagh 2-15 Glynn-Barntown 2-09
1996 Rathnure 1-12 Rapparees 0-07
1997 Oulart-the Ballagh 2-11 Glynn-Barntown 0-14
1998 Rathnure 0-13 Rapparees 0-12
1999 St. Martin's 1-11 Rathnure 1-09
2000 St. Anne's Rathangan 2-12 Oulart-the Ballagh 2-10
2001 Faythe Harriers 0-13 Rapparees 0-09
2002 Rathnure 1-10 Cloughbawn 2-05
2003 Rathnure 3-09 Glynn-Barntown 1-13
2004 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-17 Rathnure 1-10 [3]
2005 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-15 St. Martin's 1-09 [4]
2006 Rathnure 1-12 Oulart-the Ballagh 0-09 Martin Byrne [5]
2007 Oulart-the Ballagh 4-14 Buffer's Alley 2-06 Darren Stamp
2008 St. Martin's 1-13 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-08 Daithí Hayes
2009 Oulart-the Ballagh 3-12 Buffer's Alley 1-13 Paul Roche [6]
2010 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-14 St. Martin's 0-06 David Redmond [7]
2011 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-10 Rathnure 0-11 Keith Rossiter [8]
2012 Oulart-the Ballagh 2-12 Faythe Harriers 0-13 Keith Rossiter [9]
2013 Oulart-the Ballagh 3-12 Ferns St. Aidan's 1-16 Darren Nolan [10]
2014 Shelmaliers 3-08 St. Anne's Rathangan 1-11 Ciarán O'Shaughnessy
2015 Oulart-the Ballagh 2-15 St. Martin's 0-13 Barry Kehoe [11]
2016 Oulart-the Ballagh 0-17 Cloughbawn 1-11 Garrett Sinnott [12]
2017 St. Martin's 2-16 Oulart-the Ballagh 1-09 Ciarán Lyng
Patrick O'Connor
[13]
2018 Naomh Éanna 2-11 St. Martin's 0-13 Brendan Travers [14]
2019 St. Martin's 1-15 St. Anne's Rathangan 1-13 Willie Devereux [15]
2020 Shelmaliers 3-18 Naomh Éanna 3-11 Simon Donohoe

Notes:

  • 1984 - The first match ended in a draw: Buffer's Alley 0-12, Faythe Harriers 1-09.
  • 1989 - The first match ended in a draw: Buffer's Alley 2-10, Oulart-the Ballagh 3-07.
  • 1993 - The first match ended in a draw: Rapparees 1-08, Cloughbawn 1-08.
  • 2006 - The first match ended in a draw: Rathnure 0-16, Oulart-the Ballagh 1-13.[16]

Finals listed by yearEdit

Year Winner Score Opponent Score Date Location Teams
2021 Rapparees 6-18 St. Anne's Rathangan 1-17 19 September 2021 Wexford Park
2020 Shelmaliers 3-18 Naomh Éanna 3-11 23 August 2020 Wexford Park
2019 St. Martin's 1-15 St. Anne's Rathangan 1-13 27 October 2019 Wexford Park
2018[17] Naomh Éanna 2-11 St. Martin's 0-13 21 October 2018 Wexford Park
2017[18] St. Martin's 2-16 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-09 22 October 2017 Wexford Park L White; W Devereux, P O’Connor, C Firman; D Waters, A Maddock, P Kelly; H O’Connor, M Maloney; J Firman, Joe O’Connor, Jack O’Connor; C Lyng, R O’Connor, D Codd.
2016[19] Oulart-the-Ballagh 0-17 Cloughbawn 1-11 16 October 2016 Wexford Park
2015[20] Oulart-the-Ballagh 2-15 St. Martin's 0-13 25 October Wexford Park
2014[21][22] Shelmaliers 3-08 St Anne's 1-11 26 Oct Wexford Park
2013[23][24] Oulart-the-Ballagh 3-12 Ferns St. Aidan's 1-16 20 Oct Wexford Park
2012[25] Oulart-the-Ballagh 2-12 Faythe Harriers 0-13 14 Oct Oulart the Ballagh - Keith Rossiter (Captain)
2011 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-10 Rathnure 0-11
2010 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-14 St. Martin's 0-06 Oulart the Ballagh - Keith Rossiter (Captain)
2009 Oulart-the-Ballagh 3-12 Buffer's Alley 1-13
2008 St. Martin's 1-13 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-08
2007 Oulart-the-Ballagh 4-14 Buffer's Alley 2-06
2006 Rathnure 1-12 Oulart-the-Ballagh 0-09 (replay)
Rathnure 0-16 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-13 (draw)
2005 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-15 St. Martin's 1-09
2004 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-17 Rathnure 1-10
2003 Rathnure 3-09 Glynn-Barntown 1-13
2002 Rathnure 1-10 Cloughbawn 2-05
2001 Faythe Harriers 0-13 Rapparees 0-09
2000 St Anne's 2-12 Oulart-the-Ballagh 2-10
1999 St. Martin's 1-11 Rathnure 1-09
1998 Rathnure 0-13 Rapparees 0-12
1997 Oulart-the-Ballagh 2-11 Glynn-Barntown 0-14
1996 Rathnure 1-12 Rapparees 0-07
1995 Oulart-the-Ballagh 2-15 Glynn-Barntown 2-09
1994 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-14 St. Martin's 0-16
1993 Cloughbawn 2-10 Rapparees 2-07
1992 Buffer's Alley 1-12 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-05
1991 Buffer's Alley 2-10 Faythe Harriers 1-07
1990 Rathnure 2-08 Cloughbawn 1-08
1989 Buffer's Alley 3-16 Oulart-the-Ballagh 2-13
1988 Buffer's Alley 2-10 Rathnure 1-05
1987 Rathnure 2-06 Cloughbawn 0-09
1986 Rathnure 2-16 Buffer's Alley 1-14
1985 Buffer's Alley 1-14 Faythe Harriers 1-12
1984 Buffer's Alley 2-05 Faythe Harriers 0-05
1983 Buffer's Alley 1-13 St. Martin's 1-01
1982 Buffer's Alley 1-09 Oulart-the-Ballagh 1-06
1981 Faythe Harriers 2-10 Buffer's Alley 2-09 Bellefield
1980 Rathnure Buffer's Alley
1979 Rathnure Faythe Harriers
1978 Rapparees Rathnure
1977 Rathnure Buffer's Alley
1976 Buffer's Alley Rapparees
1975 Buffer's Alley Oulart-the-Ballagh
1974 Rathnure Oulart-the-Ballagh
1973 Rathnure Buffer's Alley
1972 Rathnure Rapparees
1971 Rathnure 4-09 Enniscorthy District 3-08 Bellefield
1970 Buffer's Alley Enniscorthy Shamrocks
1969 Enniscorthy Shamrocks Ferns St. Aidan's
1968 Buffer's Alley Faythe Harriers
1967 Rathnure Buffer's Alley
1966 Geraldine O'Hanrahans Enniscorthy Shamrocks
1965 Faythe Harriers Rathnure
1964 Enniscorthy Shamrocks Faythe Harriers
1963 Oylegate-Glenbrien Horeswood
1962 Faythe Harriers
1961 Rathnure St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy
1960 Faythe Harriers
1959 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy Faythe Harriers
1958 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy
1957 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy 5-10 Rathnure 2-05
1956 St. Aidan's (Enniscorthy)
1955 Rathnure 2-09 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy 2-05
1954 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy Horeswood
1953 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy Geraldine O'Hanrahans
1952 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy Horeswood
1951 Cloughbawn Horeswood
1950 Rathnure 5-10 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy 2-06
1949 Cloughbawn Rathnure
1948 Rathnure 3-05 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy 0-02
1947 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy
1946 St. Aidan's, Enniscorthy
1945 New Ross United St. Martin's/St. Fintan's
1944 New Ross United Enniscorthy District
1943 New Ross United St. Martin's
1942 Adamstown 6-06 Rathnure 4-01 30 Aug Barrett's Park Adamstown - T.Butler, R.Eustace (goal), L.Shannon, J.Shannon, K.Whelan, Tom Foley, John Foley, W.Foley, P.Walshe, M.Foley, Ben Nugent, J.Redmond, M.O'Neill, M.Whelan; Rathnure - A.Somers (goal), J.Morrissey, P.Quigley, J.Murphy, T.Connors, S.Redmond, J.Blackburne, W.Murphy, M.Redmond, P.O'Connor, N.Rackard, Wm.Murphy, M.Holohan, D.Taylor, S.Murphy.
1941 Adamstown 5-05 Ferns St. Aidan's 1-02 14 Sept Barrett's Park Adamstown - D.Eustace (goal), T.Foley, T.Shannon, T.McCabe, M.Whelan, P.Walsh, Tom Butler, Jn.Foley, Thos.Foley, J.Redmond, M.Foley, J.McDonald, B.Nugent, P.O'Neill, W.Walsh; Ferns - D.Doran (goal), E.Kiely, R.Doran, John Gahan, J.Kenny, M.Bernie, James Nolan, Wm.Murphy, Patk.Byrne, Joe Treacy, M.Gahan, A.Kiely, A.Kenny, C.Furlong, M.Kavanagh.
1940 Adamstown 4-01 Ferns St. Aidan's 3-01 8 Sept Wexford Park Adamstown - T.Doyle (capitain), R.Eustace (goal), J.Redmond, M.O'Neill, W.Walsh, M.Foley, B.Nugent, J.McDonald, J.Foley, T.Foley, T.Butler, T.Shannon, M.Whelan, T.Foley, K.Whelan. Subs - Joe Bradley, T.McCabe; Ferns - P.Byrne (capitain), J.Doran (goal), E.Doran, M.Berney, E.Kiely, W.Murphy, J.Foley, J.Kenny, A.Kenny, M.Doyle, M.Gahan, T.Leary, J.Treacy, M.Kavanagh, A.Kiely.
1939 Geraldine O'Hanrahans
1938 Unfinished
1937 Adamstown 6-05 St. Fintan's 1-01 14 Nov Bellefield Adamstown - R.Eustace (goal), M.Foley, J.McDonald senr, M.O'Neill, J.McDonald junr, Tom Doyle, J.Redmond, B.Nugent, J.Foley, F.Galway, Tom Butler, Tom Foley, Kevin Whelan, Tom Shannon and Jimmy Doyle; St. Fintan's - P.Sinnott (goal),J.Lynch, W.Boggan, J.Dillon, J.Murphy (capitain), N.Boggan, J.Quirke, E.Roche, P. Boggan, P.Culleton, T.Rowe, M.O'Reilly, J.Furlong, W.Roche, F.Murphy, Sub - J.Devereux.
1936 Adamstown 0-05 (RP 7-03) St. Fintan's 1-02 (RP 4-04) 15 May and RP 11 July Barrett's Park Adamstown - R.Eustace, M.Foley, J.McDonald, M.O'Neill, M.Whelan, T.Quigley, M.Redmond, J.Foley, B.Nugent, T.Doyle, T.Butler, T.Foley, J.L.Tector, T.Shannon, T.Furlong. Adamstown (RP) - R.Eustace, M.Foley, J.McDonald, M.O'Neill, M.Whelan, T.Quigley, J.Redmond, J.Foley, B.Nugent, T.Doyle, T.Butler, T.Foley, L.Tector, T.Shannon, J.Doyle.
1935 Adamstown 1-08 St. Fintan's 1-01 24 Nov Wexford Park Adamstown - R.Eustace, M.Foley, J.McDonald (captain), M.O'Neill, M.Galway, T.Quigley, L.Furlong, B.Nugent, J.Doyle, T.Butler, T.Furlong, J.Foley, M.Whelan, T.Foley, J.L.Tector.
1934 St. Fintan's 2-04 Adamstown 1-06 7 Oct Wexford Park Adamstown - R.Eustace (goal), J.Cooney, J.McDonald (captain), M.O'Neill, B.Nugent, T.Quigley, T.Furlong, T.Foley, J.Brennan, T.Butler, J.Morrissey, J.Doyle, J.L.Tector, L.Furlong, J.Foley.
1933 Adamstown 4-04 Sally Beachers Castlebridge 1-01 18 Sept Wexford Park Adamstown - J.McDonald, R.Eustace, J.Doyle, T.Furlong, J.L.Tector, T.Foley, T.Doyle, C.Bradley, B.Nugent, J.Morrissey, P.Moloney, T.Quigley, M.Neill, J.Conney, J.Brennan; Sally Beachers - J.Fogarty, J.Dalton, R.Browne, P.Browne, J.Kinsella, A.Breen, P.Breen, J.Doyle, M.Murphy, E.Roche, J.Murphy, M.Byrne, F.Kinsella, K.Murphy, M.Whelan.
1932 Adamstown 3-07 St. Fintan's 3-02 30 May Wexford Park Adamstowm - R.Eustace (goal), J.Cooney, J.McDonald (captain), J.Brennan, T.Doyle, T.Quigley, M.O'Neill, B.Nugent, B.Bradley, T.Foley, J.Morrissey, J.L.Tector, T.Butler, J.Doyle, J.McDonagh. Subs: P.Doyle, P.Furlong, P.Moloney, M.Whelan.
1931 Adamstown 5-03 Sally Beachers 4-02 6 Dec Barrett's Park Adamstown - R.Eustace (goal), J.Cooney, J.McDonald (captain), M.O'Neill, J.Brennan, T.Quigley, T.Doyle, J.Morrissey, J.McDonagh, J.L.Tector, T.Butler, T.Foley, J.Doyle, B.Nugent, C.Bradley. Sub: N.McDonald.
1930 Sally Beachers
1929 St. Fintan's 0-08 John Street Volunteers 0-06
1928 Sally Beachers
1927 Adamstown 5-01 Sally Beachers 2-06 19 Jan Bellefield Adamstown - J.Furlong (captain), R.Eustace (goal), J.McGrath, J.McDonald, M.McDonald, M.Byrne, J.Foley, W.Carroll, W.Furlong, J.L.Tector, W.Kelly, T.Doyle, M.Lawlor, P.Lawlor, J.McDonagh.
1926 Adamstown 8-02 Castlebridge 4-00 10 Apr Adamstown - J.Furlong (captain), R.Eustace (goal), J.McGrath, J.L.Tector, J.Foley, W.Kelly, M.Byrne, M.McDonald, J.McDonald, W.Carroll, T.O'Brien, J.O'Brien, W.Furlong, P.Lawlor, M.Lawlor.
1925
1924 St Anne's
1923
1922
1921 Screen
1920
1919 Crossabeg
1918 Castlebridge 1-05 Glenbrien 0-02
1917
1916 Glenbrien
1915 Glenbrien
1914 Enniscorthy Rapparees
1913 New Ross
1912 Ross-Rathgarogue
1911 Ballymurn
1910 Ballymurn
1909 Castlebridge
1908 Castlebridge
1907 Castlebridge
1906
1905 Rathgarogue
1904 Castlebridge
1903 Slaney Harriers
1902
1901
1900
1899
1898 Blackwater
1897
1896 Castlebridge
1895 Castlebridge
1894
1893
1892
1891 Crossbeg
1890 Blackwater
1889 Blackwater 2-06 Oulart 0-00 16 Sept Kilthomas Capitan of Oulart: Murphy
1888
1887

Records and statisticsEdit

TeamsEdit

By decadeEdit

The most successful teams of each decade, judged by number of Wexford Senior Hurling Championship titles, is as follows:

GapsEdit

Top five longest gaps between successive championship titles:

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