Senior Hurling Champions

Some articles on senior hurling champions, hurling, champions, senior:

Matty Power - Teams
... Kilkenny - 1922 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (8th title) M ... Brennan Dublin – 1927 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (5th title) T ... Power Kilkenny - 1932 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (9th title) J ...
Mikey Maher - Teams
... Tipperary - 1895 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (2nd title) P ... searchable by team, year and/or player name Tipperary - 1896 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (3rd title) P ... year and/or player name Tipperary - 1898 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (4th title) P ...
Morgan Madden - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Coughlan first came to the attention of the Cork hurling selectors following his performance in the 1927 county final ... In 1930 Madden added a National Hurling League medal to his collection, however, Cork surrendered their provincial crown later that summer ... Council that both counties be declared joint champions and that half an All-Ireland medal by given to each player ...
Mick O'Connell (hurler) - Playing Career - Provincial
... O'Connell also lined out with Munster in the inter-provincial hurling competition ... Cork – 1928 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (9th title) M ... McCarthy Cork – 1929 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (10th title) M ...
Mick Doyle (hurler)
... He played hurling with his local club Mooncoin and with the Kilkenny senior inter-county team from 1907 until 1916 ... Kilkenny - 1907 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (3rd title) D ... Walton Kilkenny - 1909 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (4th title) M ...

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