Carlow Senior Hurling Championship - Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour

Year Winner Opponent
2012 Mount Leinster Rangers 3-13 Erins Own 0-06
2011 Mount Leinster Rangers 2-12 Naomh Eoin 3-05
2010 St Mullins 1-12 Mount Leinster Rangers 0-12
2009 Mount Leinster Rangers 1-13 Erins Own 1-11
2008 Naomh Brid 3-09 Mount Leinster Rangers 2-11
2007 Mount Leinster Rangers 1-10 St Mullins 1-08
2006 Mount Leinster Rangers St. Mullins
2005 Naomh Eoin Mount Leinster Rangers
2004 Naomh Brid Ballinkillen
2003 Naomh Eoin Mount Leinster Rangers
2002 St. Mullins Naomh Eoin
2001 Ballinkillen 2-10 Mount Leinster Rangers 0-04
2000 St. Mullins 2-10 Naomh Eoin 2-02
1999 St. Mullins 3-11* Naomh Eoin 4-08
1998 Naomh Eoin 1-14 Carlow Town 0-10
1997 St. Mullins 2-15 Naomh Eoin 1-09
1996 Naomh Brid 1-16 St. Mullins 2-06
1995 Naomh Eoin 1-15 Carlow Town 1-10
1994 Naomh Eoin 3-06 Parnells 0-11
1993 Naomh Eoin 3-09* St. Mullins 1-15
1992 Naomh Eoin 1-09 St. Mullins 1-08
1991 Naomh Eoin 2-07* St. Mullins 3-04
1990 Naomh Eoin 2-10 St. Mullins 0-11
1989 St. Mullins 4-09 Naomh Eoin 2-10
1988 Carlow Town 3-10 Naomh Eoin 1-09
1987 Naomh Eoin 2-17 St. Mullins 2-10
1986 Naomh Eoin 5-12 St. Mullins 2-07
1985 Naomh Eoin 3-18 St. Mullins 3-06
1984 St. Mullins 5-09 Ballymurphy 3-09
1983 St. Mullins 2-08 Ballymurphy 0-06
1982 Naomh Eoin 0-15 St. Mullins 1-05
1981 Naomh Eoin 2-13 Ballymurphy 2-08
1980 Carlow Town 2-10 Ballymurphy 1-08
1979 Carlow Town 0-13 Ballinkillen 0-11
1978 Naomh Eoin 1-08* St. Mullins 1-06
1977 Carlow Town 2-07 St. Fintan's 1-07
1976 Naomh Eoin 1-16 Ballinkillen 0-10
1975 Naomh Eoin 3-12 St. Fintan's 2-12
1974 Naomh Eoin 2-16 Ballinkillen 3-05
1973 Ballinkillen 5-05 Naomh Eoin 2-09
1972 Palatine 4-09 Ballinkillen 0-14
1971 St. Fintan's 1-12 Borris 2-03
1970 Erins Own w/o St. Mullins scr.
1969 St. Fintan's 5-06 Erins Own 2-04
1968 St. Mullins 3-09 Erins Own 3-06
1967 Erins Own 5-04 St. Mullins 2-08
1966 St. Mullins 4-15 Tullow 0-08
1965 St. Mullins 2-13 Carlow Town 2-04
1964 Erins Own 3-11 Cournellan 0-03
1963 Carlow Town 9-09 St. Mullins 4-10
1962 St. Mullins 7-13 Erins Own 4-09
1961 Carlow Town 5-15 St. Mullins 4-01
1960 St. Mullins 3-08 Leighlinbridge 2-01
1959 St. Mullins 4-01 Carlow Town 2-01
1958 St. Mullins 6-04 Tullow 0-05
1957 St. Mullins 1-08 Tullow 0-03
1956 Leighlinbridge 1-08 Tullow 0-02
1955 Cournellan 5-04 Hacketstown 3-02
1954 St. Mullins 5-06 Hacketstown 1-02
1953 St. Mullins 3-01 Tinnehinch 1-00
1952 St. Mullins 2-05 Borris 2-02
1951 St. Mullins 5-11 Leighlinbridge 3-03
1950 St. Mullins 2-07 Erins Own 2-05
1949 St. Mullins 8-01 Leighlinbridge 1-00
1948 Cournellan 3-03 St. Mullins 2-02
1947 Hacketstown 2-04 St. Mullins 2-02
1946 Borris 2-01 Leighlinbridge 1-00
1945 Erins Own
1944 Erins Own
1943 Erins Own
1942 Carlow Town
1941 No championship
1940 Erins Own
1939 Erins Own
1938 Carlow Town Drummond
1937 Carlow Town Erins Own
1936 Erins Own
1935 Erins Own Drumphea
1934 Erins Own
1933 Cooleyhune 4-02 Bagnelstown 1-02
1932 St. Mullins 3-03 Carlow Town 0-00
1931 Bagnelstown 2-07 St. Mullins 2-01
1930 Bagnelstown 3-01 Paulstown 0-01
1929 Bagnelstown W/O Ballymurphy
1928 Bagnelstown 4-03 Ballymurphy 0-01
1927 Carlow Town 2-03 Bagnelstown 1-04

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