Leinster Senior Football Championship

Leinster Senior Football Championship
Current season or competition:
2018 Leinster Senior Football Championship
Irish Craobh Sinsir Peile Laighean
Code Gaelic football
Founded 1888
Trophy Delaney Cup
No. of teams 11 (2014)
Title holders Dublin (57th title)
Most titles Dublin (57 titles)
Sponsors Toyota
Ulster Bank
Vodafone

The Leinster Senior Football Championship (sponsored by Toyota, Ulster Bank, Vodafone) is the premier "knockout" competition in the game of Gaelic football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association and are played during the summer months. The competition involves the counties of Leinster playing against each other. The Leinster Football Final is played in July in Croke Park, Dublin. The winning county is presented with the Delaney Cup, named after a famous Laois GAA family,[1] and advance to the quarter finals of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Dublin are the most successful county, having won the championship on 55 separate occasions, more than twice as many as their nearest rivals Meath, although Wexford won 6 consecutive championships between 1913 and 1918, a feat equalled by Kildare between 1926 and 1931.[2] It was unequalled by any other team, until Dublin won their own 6-in-a-row between 1974 and 1979. Dublin have won 8 Leinster championships in a row between 2011 - 2018.

The Leinster Football Championship is run on a knock-out basis, whereby a team is eliminated from the competition once they lose. All of the counties of Leinster except Kilkenny participate in the championship. The draw is seeded, with the previous year's semi-finalists getting byes to the quarter-finals. Six of the remaining seven teams are drawn for three preliminary round matches, while the seventh team also gets a bye to the quarter-finals.

Teams

The Leinster championship is contested by 11 of the 12 counties in Leinster. Kilkenny is currently the only county not to compete, last doing so in 1982. Wicklow is the only one of the counties to have never won a Leinster Championship.

Team Colours Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial
Carlow Red, green and gold
1944
Dublin Sky blue and navy
2017
2017
Kildare White
1928
2000
Kilkenny Black and amber
1911
Laois Blue and white
2003
Longford Royal blue and gold
1968
Louth Red and white
1957
1957
Meath Green and gold
1999
2010
Offaly White, green and gold
1982
1997
Westmeath Maroon and white
2004
Wexford Purple and gold
1918
1945
Wicklow Blue and gold

Recent Championships

2015

Preliminary Round Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Leinster Final
Offaly 0-13  
Longford 0-16     Longford 0-10  
        Dublin 4-25  
          Dublin 5-18  
Laois 3-16       Kildare 0-14  
Carlow 0-8     Laois 0-16 1-11  
        Kildare 0-16 3-18  
          Dublin 2-13
Louth 0-16       Westmeath 0-6
Westmeath 3-14     Westmeath 1-21  
        Wexford 0-15  
          Westmeath 3-19  
          Meath 2-18  
        Wicklow 3-12      
        Meath 2-19      
     

2014

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Leinster final
Wicklow 1-11  
Laois 0-21     Laois 0-16  
        Dublin 2-21  
          Dublin 2-25  
Longford 0-19       Wexford 1-12  
Offaly 0-15     Longford 1-13  
        Wexford 1-15  
          Dublin 3-20
Westmeath 1-9       Meath 1-10
Louth 1-14     Louth 1-7  
        Kildare 1-22  
          Kildare 0-17  
          Meath 2-16  
        Carlow 0-6      
        Meath 7-13      
     

2013

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
Laois 1-6  
Louth 1-16     Wexford 2-13  
        Louth 1-15  
          Wexford 0-13  
Wicklow 1-15       Meath 0-18  
Longford 0-16     Meath 1-17  
        Wicklow 1-12  
          Meath 0-14
Westmeath 3-15       Dublin 2-15
Carlow 1-10     Dublin 1-22  
        Westmeath 0-9  
          Dublin 4-16  
          Kildare 1-9  
        Offaly 1-12      
        Kildare 0-19      
     

2012 Championship

Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
Westmeath 0-14  
Louth 2-9     Louth 0-12  
        Dublin 2-22  
          Dublin 2-11  
Longford 1-10       Wexford 1-10  
Laois 0-12     Longford 0-15  
        Wexford 1-13  
          Dublin 2-13
Meath 0-16       Meath 1-13
Wicklow 0-11     Meath 2-21  
        Carlow 1-9  
          Meath 1-17  
          Kildare 1-11  
        Offaly 0-6      
        Kildare 0-19      
     

2011 Championship

Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
Kildare 0-12  
Wicklow 0-5     Kildare 0-16  
        Meath 0-10  
          Kildare 1-11  
Laois 0-10       Dublin 1-12  
Longford 0-9     Laois 0-11  
        Dublin 1-16  
          Wexford 1-12
Wexford 2-16       Dublin 2-12
Offaly 0-8     Wexford 1-24  
        Westmeath 0-15  
          Wexford 4-12  
          Carlow 0-10  
        Carlow 0-14      
        Louth 0-13      
     

2010 Championship

Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
Louth 1-11  
Longford 1-7     Louth 1-22  
        Kildare 1-16  
          Louth 1-15  
Wicklow 3-13       Westmeath 2-10  
Carlow 0-12     Wicklow 1-11  
        Westmeath 0-15  
          Louth 1-10
Meath 1-20       Meath 1-12
Offaly 2-7     Meath 2-14  
        Laois 0-10  
          Meath 5-9  
          Dublin 0-13  
        Wexford 0-15      
        Dublin 2-16      
     

2010 Leinster Football Final

Meath won the 2010 Leinster Final against neighbours Louth in controversial circumstances.

During the Leinster Final on 11 July 2010, in the 74th minute of the match against Louth, a goal was awarded by the referee after brief consultation with only one of the match umpires (although camera evidence shown on the RTÉ Two coverage of the game proved that the ball was carried over the line by a Meath player). Crowd violence, controversy and recriminations ensued. However, Meath received the Leinster title and the cup.

Roll of honour

Team Wins Years won
1 Dublin 57 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1941, 1942, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
2 Meath 21 1895, 1939, 1940, 1947, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2010
3 Kildare 13 1903, 1905, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1956, 1998, 2000
4 Offaly 10 1960, 1961, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1997
Wexford 10 1890, 1893, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1925, 1945
6 Louth 8 1909, 1910, 1912, 1943, 1948, 1950, 1953, 1957
7 Laois 6 1889, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1946, 2003
8 Kilkenny 3 1888, 1900, 1911
9 Carlow 1 1944
Longford 1 1968
Westmeath 1 2004
12 Wicklow 0 Finalists 1897

Finals Listed By Year

2018 Dublin 1-25 - 0-10 Laois Croke Park
Attendance: 41,728
Referee: Barry Cassidy (Derry)
Man of the Match: Ciaran Kilkenny (Castleknock)
Dean Rock 0-8 (0-5f, 1 '45), Ciaran Kilkenny 1-4, Cormac Costello 0-4, Brian Fenton, Con O'Callaghan, Paddy Andrews 0-2 each, Brian Howard, Niall Scully, Paul Mannion 0-1 each Report Donie Kingston 0-4 (0-2f), Alan Farrell and Gary Walsh 0-2 each, Kieran Lillis and Evan O'Carroll 0-1 each

2017 Dublin 2-23 - 1-17 Kildare Croke Park
Attendance: 66,734
Referee: Anthony Nolan (Wicklow)
Man of the Match: Con O'Callaghan (Cuala)
Con O'Callaghan 0-12 (0-6f), Bernard Brogan 0-5, James McCarthy and Dean Rock 1-0 each, Ciaran Kilkenny 0-2, Paul Mannion, Paddy Andrews, Shane B. Carthy, Brian Howard 0-1 each Report Paddy Brophy 1-3 (0-1f), Kevin Feely 0-5 (0-4f), Daniel Flynn and Cathal McNally 0-2 each, Johnny Byrne, Keith Cribbin, Niall Kelly, David Slattery, Fionn Dowling 0-1 each

2016 Dublin 2-19 - 0-10 Westmeath Croke Park
Attendance: 38,885
Referee: Fergal Kelly (Longford)
Man of the Match: Bernard Brogan (St. OP/ER)
Dean Rock 0-8f, Bernard Brogan 1-4, Kevin McManamon 1-2, Paddy Andrews 0-2, John Small, Paul Flynn, Diarmuid Connolly 0-1 each Report John Heslin 0-6 (0-5f), Ger Egan 0-2, Denis Corroon, Callum McCormack 0-1 each

2015 Dublin 2-13 - 0-6 Westmeath Croke Park
Attendance: 47,840
Referee: Joe McQuillan (Cavan)
Man of the Match: Diarmuid Connolly (St Vincents)
Bernard Brogan 1-1, Jack McCaffrey 1-0, Ciaran Kilkenny and Diarmuid Connolly 0-3 each, Dean Rock 0-2f, Philip McMahon, James McCarthy, Michael Darragh Macauley, Alan Brogan 0-1 each. Report John Heslin 0-3 (0-2f), Kieran Martin 0-2, Francis Boyle 0-1

2014 Dublin 3-20 – 1-10 Meath Croke Park
Attendance: 62,660
Referee: Padraig Hughes (Armagh)
Man of the Match: Kevin McManamon (St. Judes)
Bernard Brogan 1-6 (0-4f), Kevin McManamon 1-5, Eoghan O’Gara 1-1, Diarmuid Connolly, Stephen Cluxton (1 '45), Cian O’Sullivan, Alan Brogan, Jack McCaffrey, Paul Flynn, Dean Rock, Cormac Costello 0-1 each Report Mickey Newman 1-2 (0-1f), Shane O’Rourke (0-2f), Andy Tormey, Stephen Bray 0-2 each, Damien Carroll and David Bray 0-1 each

2013 Dublin 2-15 – 0-14 Meath Croke Park
Attendance: 54,485
Referee: Eddie Kinsella (Laois)
Man of the Match: Ciaran Kilkenny (Castleknock)
Paul Mannion 1-4 (0-2f), Paul Flynn 1-1, Stephen Cluxton (0-2f, 0-1 ’45′) and Ciaran Kilkenny 0-3 each, Dean Rock 0-2 (0-1f), Diarmuid Connolly, Bernard Brogan (0-1f) 0-1 each. Report Michael Newman 0-8 (0-6f), Stephen Bray and Eamonn Wallace 0-2 each, Brian Meade and Joe Sheridan 0-1 each


Dublin 2–13 – 1–13 Meath
B Brogan 1-07 (0-04f), D Bastick 1-00, A Brogan, E O’Gara 0-02 each, K McManamon, J McCarthy 0-01 each Report B Farrell 0-07 (0-06f), J Queeney 1-00, G Reilly 0-03, S Bray, J Sheridan (0-01 ‘45’), D Tobin 0-01 each
Attendance: 69,657
Referee: Martin Duffy (Sligo)

Dublin 2–12 – 1–12 Wexford
J McCarthy 1-0, A Brogan, B Brogan (1f) 0-03 each, S Cluxton (1'45), D Bastick, P Flynn, B Cullen, K McMenamin, R McConnell 0-01 each, G Molloy 1-0 (o.g.) B Brosnan 0-9 (4f, 2 '45), R Barry 1-0, C Lyng 0-2, A Flynn 0-1
Attendance: 43,983
Referee: Joe McQuillan (Cavan)

Meath 1–12 – 1–10 Louth
G Reilly 0–4, C Ward 0–4, J Sheridan 1–0, S Bray 0–2, A Moyles, N Crawford 0–1 each. Report B White 0–4, JP Rooney 1–1, C Judge 0–2, P Keenan, A McDonnell, A Reed 0–1 each.
Attendance: 48,875
Referee: Martin Sludden (Tyrone))

Dublin 2–15 – 0–18 Kildare
B Brogan 0–7, B Cahill, J Sherlock 1–1 each, C Keaney 0–3, A Brogan 0–2, C Whelan 0–1. K Donnelly 0–3, M Conway, J Kavanagh, P O'Neill, R Sweeney, A Smith, J Doyle 0–2 each, D Earley, R Kelly, E Callaghan 0–1 each.

Dublin 3–23 – 0-9 Wexford
A Brogan 1–4 (1 '45'), D Connolly 1–3, C Keaney 0–6 (0-4f), T Quinn 0–4 (0-4f), M Vaughan 1–0, J Sherlock 0–3, C Moran, B Cahill, S Ryan 0–1 each. C Lyng 0–20 (0-4f), E Bradley 0–2, M Forde 3-2, R Barry 0–1.
Attendance: 80,112
Referee: G. Ó Conamha (Galway)

Dublin 3–14 – 1–14 Laois
M Vaughan 1–6 (0-5f), A Brogan, B Brogan 1–1 each, C Whelan, C Keaney (0-1f) 0–2 each, T Quinn, G Brennan 0–1 each. M Tierney 0–7 (0-6f, 0–1 `45'), R Munnelly 1–1, C Parkinson 0–3, B McCormack, P O'Leary, B Sheehan 0–1 each.
Attendance: 81,394
Referee: M. Hughes (Tyrone)

Dublin 1–15 – 0–9 Offaly
T Quinn 0–7 (0-3f), J Sherlock 1–1, A Brogan 0–4, C Keaney 0–3 (0-1f). N McNamee 0–4 (0-1f), T Deehan, C McManus (0-2f) 0–2 each, A McNamee 0–1.
Attendance: 81,754
Referee: M. Duffy (Sligo)

Dublin 0–14 – 0–13 Laois
T. Quinn 0-4, B. Cullen 0-3, J. Sherlock 0-2, S. O'Shaughnessy, C. Whelan, C. Moran, A. Brogan, C. Keaney 0-1 each R. Munnelly 0-5, C. Conway 0-4, N. Garvan, D. Brennan 0-2 each
Referee: J. McQuillan (Cavan)

Westmeath 0–13 – 0–13 Laois
D. Glennon 0-5, D. Dolan 0-4, F. Wilson, J. Fallon 0-2 each B. McDonald, C. Conway 0-3 each, R. Munnelly, S. Cooke 0-2 each, M. Lawlor, K. Fitzpatrick, D. Rooney 0-1 each
Referee: P. McEnaney (Monaghan)

Westmeath 0–12 – 0–10 Laois
A. Mangan 0-4, D. Dolan 0-3, D. Glennon 0-2, M. Ennis, B. Morley, F. Wilson 0-1 each R. Munnelly 0-3, K. Fitzpatrick 0-2, T. Kelly, P. Clancy, B. McDonald, D. Brennan, C. Parkinson 0-1 each
Referee: M. Monahan (Kildare)

Laois 2–13 – 1–13 Kildare
B McDonald 1–2, R Munnelly 1–1, I Fitzgerald 0–4, T Kelly 0–2, G Kavanagh, P Clancy, B Brennan, D Miller 0–1 each. J Doyle 0–5 (0-4f), P Murray 0–4 (0-3f), R Sweeney 1–0 pen, S McKenzie-Smyth 0–2, P Brennan, G Ryan 0–1 each.
Attendance: 81,786
Referee: Seamus McCormack (Meath)

Dublin 2–13 – 2–11 Kildare
Attendance: 78,000
Referee: M. Collins (Cork)

Meath 2–11 – 0–14 Dublin
R. Kealy 1-1, G. Geraghty 1-0, E. Kelly, T. Giles 0-3 each, D. Curtis 0-2, O. Murphy, R. Magee 0-1 each C. Moran 0-4, C. Whelan, D. Farrell, W. McCarthy, 0-3 each, J. Sherlock 0-1
Referee: M. Curley (Galway)

Kildare 0–14 – 0–14 Dublin
B Stynes, J Sherlock, C Moran 0-3 each, J Gavin (f), C Whelan, D Farrell, J Magee, V Murphy 0-1 each P Brennan 0-5 (4f), T Fennin, J Doyle 0-3 (2f) 0-3 each, A Rainbow, R Sweeney, M Lynch 0-1 each
Referee: P Russell (Tipperary)

Kildare 2–11 – 0–12 Dublin
P Brennan 0-5, D Earley, T Fennin 1-0 each, W McCreery, J Doyle 0-2 each, M Lynch, B Murphy 0-1 each C Moran 0-3, C Whelan, D Farrell, V Murphy 0-2 each, J Gavin, B Stynes, J Sherlock 0-1 each
Referee: P McEneaney (Monaghan)

Meath 1–14 – 0–12 Dublin

Kildare 1–12 – 0–10 Meath

Offaly 3–17 – 1–15 Meath

Meath 0–10 – 0–8 Dublin

Dublin 1–18 – 1–8 Meath

Dublin 1–9 – 1–8 Meath

Dublin 0–11 – 0–7 Kildare

Dublin 1–13 – 0–10 Kildare

Meath 1–11 – 0–8 Laois

Meath 1–14 – 0–14 Dublin

Dublin 2–12 – 1–10 Meath

Meath 2–5 – 0–9 Dublin

Meath 1–13 – 0–12 Dublin

Meath 0–9 – 0–7 Dublin

Dublin 0–10 – 0–4 Laois

Dublin 2–10 – 1–9 Meath

Dublin 2–13 – 1–11 Offaly

Offaly 1–16 – 1–7 Dublin

Offaly 1–18 – 3–9 Laois

Offaly 1–10 – 1–8 Dublin

Dublin 1–8 – 0–9 Offaly

Dublin 1–17 – 1–6 Kildare

Dublin 1–9 – 0–8 Meath

Dublin 2–8 – 1–9 Meath

Dublin 3–13 – 0–8 Kildare

Dublin 1–14 – 1–9 Meath

Offaly 3–21 – 2–12 Meath

Offaly 1–18 – 2–8 Kildare

Offaly 2–14 – 0–6 Kildare

Meath 2–22 – 5–12 Offaly

Offaly 3–7 – 1–8 Kildare

Longford 3–9 – 1–4 Laois

Meath 0–8 – 0–6 Offaly

Meath 1–9 – 1–8 Kildare

Dublin 3–6 – 0–9 Longford

Meath 2–12 – 1–7 Dublin

Dublin 2–11 – 2–9 Laois

Dublin 2–8 – 1–7 Offaly

Offaly 1–13 – 1–8 Dublin
O'Moore Pk, Portlaoise
Attendance: 26,826

Offaly 0–10 – 1–6 Louth

Dublin 1–18 – 2–8 Laois

Dublin 1–11 – 1–6 Louth

Louth 2–9 – 1–7 Dublin

Kildare 2–11 – 1–8 Wexford

Dublin 5–12 – 0–7 Meath

Meath 4–7 – 2–10 Offaly

Louth 1–7 – 0–7 Wexford

Meath 1–6 – 0–8 Louth

Meath 4–9 – 0–3 Laois

Louth 1–3 – 1–3 Meath

Louth 3–5 – 0–13 Meath

Meath 4–5 – 0–6 Westmeath

Louth 2–10 – 2–5 Wexford

Meath 3–7 – 1–7 Laois

Laois 0–11 – 1–6 Kildare

Wexford 1–9 – 1–4 Offaly

Carlow 2–6 – 1–6 Dublin

Louth 3–16 – 2–4 Laois

Dublin 0–8 – 0–6 Carlow

Dublin 4–6 – 1–4 Carlow

Meath 2–7 – 1–7 Laois

Meath 2–7 – 2–3 Wexford

Laois 2–8 – 1–3 Kildare

Laois 0–12 – 0–4 Louth

Laois 3–3 – 0–8 Kildare

Kildare 0–8 – 0–6 Louth

Dublin 1–2 – 0–5 Louth

Dublin 3–2 – 2–5 Louth

Dublin 2–9 – 1–10 Louth

Dublin 0–9 – 1–4 Wexford

Dublin 0–8 – 1–5 Wexford

Dublin 4–6 – 1–5 Wexford

Kildare 2–9 – 1–6 Westmeath

Kildare 0–6 – 1–3 Meath

Kildare 2–6 – 1–2 Meath

Kildare 2–3 – 0–6 Laois

Kildare 0–10 – 1–6 Dublin

Kildare 0–5 – 0–3 Dublin

Kildare 2–8 – 1–5 Wexford

Wexford 2–7 – 0–3 Kildare

Dublin 1–4 – 1–4 Wexford

Dublin 3–5 – 2–3 Wexford

Dublin 3–5 – 0–0 Meath

Dublin 1–7 – 0–2 Kilkenny

Dublin 0–6 – 1–3 Kildare

Dublin 3–3 – 1–2 Kildare

Dublin 1–3 – 0–3

Kildare 1–3 – 1–2 Dublin

Wexford 2–5 – 1–4 Louth

Wexford 1–3 – 1–1 Dublin

Wexford 1–7 – 1–0 Kildare

Wexford 2–2 – 2–2 Dublin

Wexford 2–5 – 1–4 Dublin

Wexford 3–6 – 0–1 Louth

Wexford 2–3 – 2–2 Louth

Louth 1–2 – 1–1 Dublin

Kilkenny 2–4 – 1–1 Meath
Inchicore

Louth 0–3 – 0–0 Dublin

Louth 2–9 – 0–4 Kilkenny

Dublin 1–7 – 0–3 Kildare

Dublin 1–11 – 0–4 Offaly

Dublin 1–9 – 0–8 Kildare

Kildare 0–12 – 1–7 Louth

Dublin 0–5 – 0–1 Kilkenny

Kildare 1–2 – 0–5 Kilkenny

Kildare 1–6 – 1–5 Kilkenny

Kildare 0–9 – 0–1 Kilkenny

Dublin 2–4 – 0–2 Wexford

Dublin 1–5 – 0–5 Wexford

Dublin 1–9 – 0–1 Wexford
Kilkenny

Kilkenny 0–12 – 0–2 Louth
Inchicore

Dublin 1–7 – 0–3 Wexford

Dublin 2–6 – 0–0 Wexford

Dublin 1–9 – 0–3 Wicklow

Dublin 2–4 – 1–5 Meath

Meath 0–6 – 0–2 Dublin

Dublin 0–4 – 0–4 Meath

Dublin 0–2 – 0–2 Meath

Dublin 1–8 – 1–2 Meath

Wexford 0–1 – 0–5 Kilkenny

Dublin w/o – scr. Louth
Clonturk

Dublin w/o – scr. Kildare
Clonturk

Wexford 1–3 – 1–2 Dublin

Laois 0–3 – 0–2 Louth
Inchicore

Kilkenny 1–4 – 0–2 Wexford
Inchicore

Statistics

Teams by decade

The most successful team of each decade, judged by number of Leinster Senior Football Championship titles, is as follows:

  • 1880s: 1 each for Kilkenny (1888) and Laois (1889)
  • 1890s: 7 for Dublin (1891-92-94-96-97-98-99)
  • 1900s: 6 for Dublin (1901-02-04-06-07-08)
  • 1910s: 6 for Wexford (1913-14-15-16-17-18)
  • 1920s: 5 for Dublin (1920-21-22-23-24)
  • 1930s: 3 each for Kildare (1930-31-35), Dublin (1932-33-34) and Laois (1936-37-38)
  • 1940s: 3 for Meath (1940-47-49)
  • 1950s: 3 each for Louth (1950-53-57), Meath (1951-52-54) and Dublin (1955-58-59)
  • 1960s: 3 each for Offaly (1960-61-69), Dublin (1962-64-65) and Meath (1964-66-67)
  • 1970s: 6 for Dublin (1974-75-76-77-78-79)
  • 1980s: 4 for Dublin (1983-84-85-89)
  • 1990s: 4 each for Meath (1990-91-96-99) and Dublin (1992-93-94-95)
  • 2000s: 6 for Dublin (2002-05-06-07-08-09)
  • 2010s: 8 for Dublin (2011-12-13-14-15-16-17-18)

Other records

Gaps

    • Longest gaps between successive Leinster titles:
      • 57 years: Laois (1946-2003)
      • 44 years: Meath (1895-1939)
      • 42 years: Kildare (1956-1998)
      • 31 years: Louth (1912-1943)
      • 20 years: Wexford (1925-1945)

See also

References

  1. "GAA agree on name for Leinster trophy". Breaking News .ie. Retrieved 15 July 2016.
  2. Smith, Raymond (1968). "Chapter 4 - Wexford's Four-in-a-row". The Football Immortals. Dublin: Bruce Spicer Ltd. pp. 50–61.

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