Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship

The Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association competition organised since 1903 by Wicklow GAA among the top hurling clubs in County Wicklow, Ireland. The winner qualifies to represent the county in the Leinster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship, the winner of which progresses to the All-Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Championship.

Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship
IrishCraobh Sinsear Iománaíochta Chill Mhantáin
Founded1903
Title holdersBray Emmets (7th title)
Most titlesCarnew Emmets (19 titles)

The first senior championship was won by Barndarrig in 1923. There was no Wicklow championship in 1938. There are currently seven teams taking part in the Championship:

Top winnersEdit

Team Winner Winning Years
1 Carnew Emmets 19 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1989, 1991, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009
2 Glenealy 16 1957, 1958, 1959, 1975, 1986, 1996, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017, 2018
3 Avondale 14 1908, 1915, 1931, 1936, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1983
4 Barndarrig 12 1923, 1924, 1926, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1948, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1988
5 Rathnew 11 1906, 1911, 1913, 1925, 1929, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1937, 1939, 1950.
6 Kiltegan 8 1987, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001
7 Bray Emmets 7 1952, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021
8 Arklow Rock Parnells 6 1970, 1971, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1985
St Patrick's 6 1903, 1916, 1928, 1930, 1990, 1992
10 St. Kevin's 2 1961, 1963
11 Baltinglass 1 1927
Ballinacor 1 1935
Avoca 1 1953
Forestry College 1 1962

Roll of honourEdit

Year Winner Score Opponent Score
2021 Bray Emmets 1-16 Glenealy 1-11
2020[1] Bray Emmets 1-21 Carnew Emmets 1-04
2019[2] Bray Emmets 1-19 Glenealy 1-09
2018 Glenealy 4-10 Carnew Emmets 1-12
2017[3] Glenealy 2-12 Bray Emmets 0-11
2016[4][5] Bray Emmets 1-09, 1-17 (R) Carnew Emmets 0-12, 1-06 (R)
2015 Bray Emmets 1-18 Carnew Emmets 1-09
2014[6] Bray Emmets 2-09 Glenealy 1-11
2013[7] Glenealy 0-17 Bray Emmets 0-14
2012[8] Glenealy 1-11 Carnew Emmets 0-10
2011 Glenealy 3-09 Carnew Emmets 3-06
2010 Glenealy 3-13 Carnew Emmets 0-09
2009 Carnew Emmets 0-18 Glenealy 1-13
2008 Glenealy 1-12, 2-10 (R) Carnew Emmets 1-12, 0-10 (R)
2007 Glenealy 4-16 Kiltegan 3-14
2006 Carnew Emmets 2-08 Glenealy 0-11
2005 Glenealy 1-11 Carnew Emmets 0-06
2004 Carnew Emmets 0-16 Glenealy 1-08
2003 Glenealy 1-10 Carnew Emmets 1-07
2002 Carnew Emmets 2-12 St Patrick's 1-05
2001 Kiltegan 0-16 Glenealy 0-14
2000 Carnew Emmets 2-09 Glenealy 0-09
1999 Kiltegan 2-17 Carnew Emmets 1-08
1998 Kiltegan 1-10 Glenealy 0-03
1997 Kiltegan 1-11 St Patrick's 1-06
1996 Glenealy 3-07 Carnew Emmets 0-09
1995 Kiltegan 1-07 Carnew Emmets 1-05
1994 Kiltegan 2-10 St Patrick's 0-11
1993 Kiltegan 3-07 Glenealy 1-06
1992 St Patrick's 0-18 Carnew Emmets 2-10
1991 Carnew Emmets 1-09 Barndarrig 2-04
1990 St Patrick's 1-08 Barndarrig 0-08
1989 Carnew Emmets 2-07 St Patrick's 1-06
1988 Barndarrig 1-09 Kiltegan 1-07
1987 Kiltegan 3-06 Arklow Rock Parnells 1-08
1986 Glenealy 2-08 Carnew Emmets 2-06
1985 Arklow Rock Parnells 2-10 Kilcoole 1-09
1984 Carnew Emmets 3-09 Kiltegan 2-04
1983 Avondale 3-11 Kilcoole 1-09
1982 Arklow Rock Parnells 2-10 Carnew Emmets 0-06
1981 Carnew Emmets 3-05 Arklow Rock Parnells 0-08
1980 Carnew Emmets 1-08 Glenealy 0-09
1979 Carnew Emmets 0-14 Arklow Rock Parnells 0-04
1978 Carnew Emmets 3-06 Arklow Rock Parnells 2-02
1977 Arklow Rock Parnells 2-11 Glenealy 0-05
1976 Carnew Emmets Avondale
1975 Glenealy 3-02 Arklow Rock Parnells 2-03
1974 Carnew Emmets 2-04 Glenealy 0-03
1973 Carnew Emmets 6-11 West District 3-06
1972[9] Arklow Rock Parnells No Opponents
1971 Arklow Rock Parnells Carnew Emmets
1970 Arklow Rock Parnells 4-04 Avondale 1-04
1969 Carnew Emmets 5-10 Kilcoole 2-07
1968 Carnew Emmets 1-13 Avondale 1-03
1967 Carnew Emmets Avondale
1966 Avondale 1-07 Carnew Emmets 1-06
1965[10] Carnew Emmets 1-08 Arklow Geraldines 2-04
1964 Avondale 2-10 Kilcoole 2-03
1963 St. Kevin's, Bray 4-04 Kilcoole 3-01
1962 Forestry College 4-07 St. Kevin's, Bray 3-03
1961 St. Kevin's, Bray 8-02 Forestry College 3-05
1960 Avondale Kilcoole
1959 Glenealy 4-04 Barndarrig 3-03
1958 Glenealy 4-07 Kilcoole 4-03
1957 Glenealy 3-02 Avondale 2-02
1956 Barndarrig 3-07 Avondale 3-04
1955 Barndarrig 5-02 Avondale 3-02
1954 Barndarrig 4-09 Kilcoole 4-01
1953 Avoca 5-07 Glenealy 2-01
1952 Bray Emmets 4-05 Avondale 2-03
1951 Barndarrig 5-07 Avondale 2-04
1950 Rathnew 5-06 Bray Emmets 2-01
1949 Avondale 2-07 Barndarrig 1-01
1948 Barndarrig 3-05 Avondale 3-03
1947 Avondale Barndarrig
1946 Avondale Wicklow
1945 Barndarrig Avondale
1944 Barndarrig 5-09 Avondale 1-03
1943 Barndarrig 5-01 St. Killian's (Greystones) 2-04
1942 Avondale Barndarrig
1941 Avondale Rathnew
1940 Avondale Rathnew
1939 Rathnew Avondale
1938 No Championship
1937 Rathnew 5-00 Whitestown 6-03*
1936 Avondale Ballincor (Arklow)
1935 Ballincor (Arklow) Avondale
1934 Rathnew Wicklow
1933 Rathnew Avondale
1932 Rathnew 4-01 Barndarrig 2-03
1931 Avondale Wicklow
1930 Rathnew Avondale
1929 Rathnew Avondale
1928 Wicklow Baltinglass
1927 Baltinglass Barndarrig
1926 Barndarrig Avondale
1925 Rathnew Avondale
1924 Barndarrig Avondale
1923 Barndarrig Avondale
1922 No Championship
1921 No Championship
1920 No Championship
1919 Avondale
1918 Avondale
1917 Avondale
1916 Wicklow
1915* Avondale 2-04 Wicklow 3-00
1914 No Championship
1913 Rathnew Avondale
1912 No Championship
1911 Rathnew Ballymoney
1910 Ballymoney
1909 No Championship
1908 Avondale
1907 No Championship
1906 Rathnew
1905 No Championship
1904 No Championship
1903* Wicklow 1-06 Baltinglass 0-01
  • 1903 According to the Wicklow People dated 2/4/1904 this match was played in Annacurra on Sunday 27/3/1904.
  • 1915 According to the Wicklow People dated 18/12/1915 this match was played in Annacurra on Sunday 04/12/1915.
  • 1937 Although Whitestown (Baltinglass) won on the day they were stripped of the title and suspended for playing illegal players. (result = Evening Herald 1/11/1937, suspension = Nationalist & Leinster Times 11/12/1937)

ReferencesEdit

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