Roll of Honour

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YearTeamCompetition WonWinnerScoreRunner-UpScore
2020SeniorO'Byrne Cup ChampionsLongford1-12Offaly0-11
2014MinorLeinster Minor Football League ChampionsLongford2-8Offaly1-7
2012SeniorNational Football League Div 3 ChampionsLongford1-12Wexford0-13
2011SeniorNational Football League Div 4 ChampionsLongford2-11Roscommon1-8
2010MinorLeinster Minor Football ChampionsLongford0-14Offaly0-8
2007SeniorO'Byrne Cup Shield ChampionsLongford2-10Athlone I.T.1-7
2006SeniorO'Byrne Cup Shield ChampionsLongford0-14Wicklow1-9
2005MastersAll Ireland Masters ChampionsLongford1-10Down1-7
2002MinorLeinster Minor Football ChampionsLongford3-8Meath2-5
2000MastersAll Ireland Masters ChampionsLongford0-12Monaghan0-7
2000SeniorO'Byrne Cup ChampionsLongford2-6Westmeath0-7
1996MastersAll Ireland Masters Shield ChampionsLongford1-20Dublin0-6
1990MastersAll Ireland Masters Shield ChampionsLongford2-6Louth0-10
1972SeniorNational Football League Div 2 ChampionsLongford0-9Roscommon0-6
1968SeniorLeinster Senior Football ChampionsLongford3-9Laois1-4
1966SeniorNational Football League ChampionsLongford0-9Galway0-8
1965SeniorO’Byrne Cup ChampionsLongford1-9Kildare1-6
1953JuniorLeinster Junior Football ChampionsLongford3-5Kilkenny1-5
1938MinorLeinster Minor Football ChampionsLongford3-6Louth2-8
1937JuniorAll Ireland Junior Football ChampionsLongford0-9London0-4
1937JuniorLeinster Junior Football ChampionsLongford3-7Offaly4-1
1937SeniorNational Football League Div 2 ChampionsLongford1-7Donegal1-3
1929MinorLeinster Minor Football ChampionsLongford3-4Dublin2-4
1924JuniorLeinster Junior Football ChampionsLongfordAwardedMeathscr
YearTeamCompetition WonWinnerScoreRunner-UpScore
2019SeniorNational Hurling League Div 3B ChampionsLongford2-15Sligo3-10
2017SeniorNational Hurling League Div 3B ChampionsLongford4-19Warwickshire3-20
2014SeniorLory Meagher Cup ChampionsLongford3-18Fermanagh3-16
2013SeniorNational Hurling League Div 3B ChampionsLongford1-8Sligo0-9
2010SeniorLory Meagher Cup ChampionsLongford1-20Donegal1-12
2006JuniorLeinster Junior Hurling Shield ChampionsLongford6-16Cavan1-6
2005JuniorLeinster Junior Hurling Shield ChampionsLongford2-14Down1-16
2005SeniorNational Hurling League Div 3 ShieldLongford0-15Fermanagh1-5
2002SeniorNational Hurling League Div 3A ChampionsLongford1-12Louth0-12
2000MinorAll Ireland Minor C Hurling ChampionsLongfordWonDonegalLost
1997MinorAll Ireland Minor C Hurling ChampionsLongfordWonMayoLost
1988SeniorNational Hurling League Div 4 ChampionsLongford2-9Monaghan2-7
1984SeniorNational Hurling League Div 4 ChampionsLongford3-11Louth1-10
1984U16All Ireland U16 'C' ChampionsLongford5-3Sligo1-6
1982U16All Ireland U16 'C' ChampionsLongfordWonSligoLost
YearCollege TitlesLongford WinnerScoreRunner UpScore
2019Leinster U14 ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-11Good Counsel (Wexford)1-5
2019North Leinster U14 'A' ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-13St Mary’s Edenderry3-3
2015All Ireland Colleges D ChampionsBallymahon V.C.1-13Ballingarry (Tipp)0-4
2015Leinster Colleges 'D' ChampionshipBallymahon V.C.1-10St. Paul's Raheny0-9
2013All Ireland Vocational School 'A' ChampionshipCnoc Mhuire, Granard2-13Holy Trinity College, Cookstown2-12
2013Leinster Vocational School 'A' ChampionshipCnoc Mhuire, Granard2-8Ashbourne Community School 2-7
2013Leinster Vocational School Inter-CountyLongford2-14Kildare2-4
2012All Ireland Vocational School Junior ChampionshipCnoc Mhuire, Granard1-6Boherbue Comprehensive0-8
2011All Ireland Vocational School Junior ChampionshipCnoc Mhuire, Granard1-6Davitt College, Castlebar0-8
2010Leinster Vocational School 'A' ChampionshipMercy Secondary Ballymahon2-6Cnoc Mhuire, Granard1-8
2009Leinster Vocational School 'B' ChampionshipCnoc Mhuire, Granard2-13Tullamore College (Offaly)2-6
2004Leinster Colleges ‘B’ ChampionshipMercy Secondary BallymahonWonTBCLost
2004Leinster Vocational School 'A' ChampionsLongfordWonOffalyLost
2003Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-14St. Patrick's, Navan0-17
2003All Ireland Vocational School A ChampionsLongford2-13Galway1-6
2003Leinster Vocational School 'A' ChampionsLongford3-13Wicklow1-7
2002All Ireland Vocational School B ChampionsLongford 0-14Leitrim0-7
2002All Ireland Colleges B ChampionsMoyne C.S.7-10Ballyhaunis0-9
2002Leinster Colleges 'B' ChampionsMoyne C.S.2-16Portmarnock0-1
2002Leinster Vocational School 'B' ChampionsLongford3-5Wexford1-9
2001Leinster Colleges 'B' ChampionsMoyne C.S.2-10St. Marks Tallaght0-10
2001Leinster Colleges 'C' ChampionshipCnoc Mhuire, Granard1-8Oatlands College (Dublin)0-8
2000Leinster Vocational School 'C' ChampionshipBallymahon V.S.0-13Colaiste Mhuire Dublin1-9
1998Leinster Vocational School 'B' ChampionsCnoc Mhuire, Granard3-8St. Fergals Rathdowney0-4
1994Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-1St. Peter's College, Wexford1-5
1990Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College4-8St. Josephs, Fairview2-5
1989Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-16Moyle Park, Clondalkin 0-3
1988Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-8St. Mary's, Mullingar 1-4
1987Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-13St. Mary's, Mullingar 1-4
1987All Ireland Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College0-8St Mary's College, Galway1-4
1984Leinster Vocational Schools ChampionshipLongfordWonTBCLost
1982Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-12Moyle Park, Clondalkin 1-9
1980Leinster Vocational Schools 'A' ChampionshipBallymahon V.S.2-4Tullow V.S.0-6
1976Leinster Vocational Schools ChampionshipLongfordWonTBCLost
1971Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-7Franciscan College, Gormanstown 1-4
1969Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-20Belcamp OMI, Dublin 1-3
1964Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College4-6O'Connell School, Dublin1-5
1963Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-6O'Connell School, Dublin2-3
1963All Ireland Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-6St. Brendan's, Killarney2-2
1962Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College4-11Franciscan College, Gormanstown0-1
1962All Ireland Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-11St. Jarlath's College, Tuam2-12
1961Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-9St Finian's College, Mullingar1-3
1951Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-8St. Peter's College, Wexford0-3
1948Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's Collegew/oO'Connell School, Dublinscr
1948All Ireland Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College4-7St. Patrick's, Cavan3-3
1947Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College5-8St Finian's College, Mullingar3-10
1946Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College5-6St Finian's College, Mullingar 2-10
1945Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-10O'Connell School, Dublin0-5
1943Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-8St. Joseph's, Marino3-3
1942Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-3O'Connell School, Dublin1-1
1941Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-8O'Connell School, Dublin1-1
1940Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-4St Finian's College, Mullingar1-1
1938Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-7St. Vincent's C.B.S., Glasnevin1-6
1937Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College4-1Knockbeg College, Carlow1-3
1936Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-4Westland Row CBS, Dublin2-1
1935Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College3-5St Finian's College, Mullingar0-4
1934Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-2Knockbeg College, Carlow1-2
1933Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College1-3Colaiste Caoimhin, Dublin0-3
1928Leinster Colleges ‘A’ ChampionshipSt Mel's College2-1Belcamp, Dublin0-0
Senior Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Longford Slashers161954, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1971, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 2010, 2011, 2013
Clonguish121962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1981, 2003, 2004, 2009
Killoe Young Emmets121907, 1911, 1913, 1915, 1960, 1988, 1993, 1995, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2019
St. Mary’s Granard111929, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1941, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1982
Drumlish81927, 1928, 1932, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1943, 1945
Fr. Manning Gaels / Young Irelands71951, 1953, 1955, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001
Colmcille61890, 1938, 1949, 1952, 1958, 2008
Mullinalaghta St Columbas51948, 1950, 2016, 2017, 2018
Ardagh St. Patricks41936, 1942, 1978, 1987
Dromard41946, 1999, 2005, 2007
Cashel41977, 1983, 1984, 1986
Mostrim31974, 1985, 1992
Longford Wanderers 21944, 1947
Abbeylara22000, 2006
Longford Leo Caseys21904, 1905
Ballinamuck 98s11920
Seán Connollys11919
YearSenior Championship WinnerScoreSenior Championship Runner-UpScoreMan of MatchReferee
2020Competition incomplete due to Covid-19
2019Killoe Young Emmets0-12Longford Slashers0-11Daniel MimnaghPatrick Maguire
2018Mullinalaghta St Columbas2-14Abbeylara1-2David McGivneyFergal Kelly
Mullinalaghta St Columbas0-6Abbeylara0-6N/ADonal Kane
2017Mullinalaghta St Columbas0-13Abbeylara1-7Rian BradyAidan Dowler
2016Mullinalaghta St Columbas1-8Abbeylara0-8John KeeganPatrick Maguire
2015Killoe Young Emmets1-14Abbeylara1-11Conor Berry (A)Derek Fahy
2014Killoe Young Emmets2-11Mullinalaghta St. Columbas0-10Daniel MimnaghMichael O'Brien
2013Longford Slashers1-11Dromard1-9Dermot BradyFergal Kelly
2012Killoe Young Emmets0-15Longford Slashers0-12Sean McCormackPatrick Maguire
Killoe Young Emmets0-7Longford Slashers0-7N/ADerek Fahy
2011Longford Slashers0-7Clonguish0-6Paul KellyFrank Toher
2010Longford Slashers0-11Dromard1-5David SheridanDerek Fahy
2009Clonguish0-9Dromard1-5David BardenJohn Bannon
Clonguish1-11Dromard1-11N/AEugene Murtagh
2008Colmcille0-13Longford Slashers0-7Declan C ReillyMick Doherty
2007Dromard1-8Colmcille2-4Frank McGeeStephen Tierney
2006Abbeylara1-9Longford Slashers0-10Niall SheridanJohn Bannon
2005Dromard1-14Fr. Manning Gaels0-12Diarmuid MastersonDerek Fahy
2004Clonguish1-15Fr. Manning Gaels0-5Paul BardenAidan Dowler
2003Clonguish0-11Ballymahon1-1Paddy DowdMick Doherty
Clonguish0-11Ballymahon1-8N/ATommy Donohoe
2002Ballymahon1-11Clonguish0-12Frankie DolanPeter O'Reilly
2001Fr. Manning Gaels1-9St Marys Granard0-6Frank McNameeJohn Bannon
2000Abbeylara2-6Fr. Manning Gaels0-4Terry DrakeSeamus Flood
1999Dromard1-10Abbeylara1-8Paul JonesFrank Toher
Dromard1-7Abbeylara0-10N/AFrank Toher
1998Fr. Manning Gaels1-11Abbeylara2-7Pauric DavisPat O'Toole
1997Fr. Manning Gaels0-12Longford Slashers0-6Pauric DavisJohn Bannon
1996Fr. Manning Gaels0-15Ardagh St Patricks0-8Padraic BradyEugene Murtagh
1995Killoe Young Emmets0-11Ardagh St Patricks1-5John ToherPat O'Toole
1994Longford Slashers2-11Colmcille1-11Gerry ClarkeJohn Bannon
1993Killoe Young Emmets0-9St Mary’s Granard0-7John McCormackPat Keenan
1992Mostrim3-9Seán Connollys1-7Bernie ConnellPat O'Toole
1991Longford Slashers1-13Mostrim3-6Dessie BarryEugene Murtagh
1990Longford Slashers2-18Ardagh St Patricks1-11Dessie BarryPat O'Toole
Longford Slashers0-7Ardagh St Patricks1-4N/APat O'Toole
1989Longford Slashers2-10Mostrim1-7Dessie BarryBrendan Gilmore
1988Killoe Young Emmets3-7Mostrim1-7Frank KennedyJas Brady
1987Ardagh St. Patricks2-6Killoe Young Emmets1-8Brendan Lennon (K)Peter Kane
1986Cashel2-10Mostrim1-8Mick CaseyTerry McGovern
1985Mostrim1-5Ardagh St. Patricks0-6John SmithMick Lloyd
Mostrim2-5Ardagh St. Patricks2-5N/AMick Lloyd
Mostrim1-5Ardagh St. Patricks0-8N/AMick Lloyd
1984Cashel0-9Mostrim0-5Mick CaseyRogie Martin
1983Cashel1-9Killoe Young Emmets1-8Brendan SmythLeo McCormack
1982St Marys Granard4-5Ardagh St. Patricks1-9Kevin O'RourkePeter Kane
1981Clonguish2-2Longford Slashers1-2Jimmy McCormackRogie Martin
1980Longford Slashers1-7Cashel1-5Donal O'BrienBrendan Gilmore
1979Longford Slashers1-7Rathcline0-9Michael SextonTerry McGovern
1978Ardagh St. Patricks3-15Longford Slashers0-10Pat HigginsJP Reilly
1977Cashel1-8Longford Slashers1-6Jim KennyRogie Martin
1976Rathcline2-7Clonguish0-6Tom McLoughlin
1975Longford Slashers2-13Mostrim2-5Jimmy Fox
1974Mostrim2-6Ardagh St. Patricks1-5Tom Hayden
1973Clonguish1-15St. Martins0-5Tom Reilly
1972Clonguish0-15St Marys Granard1-6Leo McCormack
1971Longford Slashers0-7St. Martins1-3Tom McLoughlin
1970St Marys Granard0-10Clonguish0-7Tom McLoughlin
1969Clonguish2-6St Marys Granard1-7Leo McCormack
1968Clonguish0-12Longford Slashers1-8Leo McCormack
1967St Marys Granard1-7Carrickedmond0-6Leo McCormack
1966St Marys Granard0-9Éire Óg (Young Irelands)0-2Leo McCormack
1965Clonguish0-11St Marys Granard2-4John Greene
1964Clonguish1-10Longford Slashers1-2Niall McKnight
1963Clonguish2-7Longford Slashers1-4Richard Culhane
1962Clonguish2-10St Marys Granard0-9Jimmy Martin
1961Longford Slashers2-8Éire Óg (Young Irelands)0-4Richard Culhane
1960Killoe Young Emmets2-10Longford Slashers1-6Sean Murray
1959Longford Slashers3-5Killoe Young Emmets1-5
Longford Slashers1-5Killoe Young Emmets1-5
1958Colmcille1-4Éire Óg (Young Irelands)1-2
1957Longford Slashers2-7Rathcline0-4
1956Longford Slashers2-7Colmcille0-6
1955Young Irelands2-7Ardagh St. Patricks0-3
1954Longford Slashers1-6Seán Connollys1-3
1953Young Irelands2-6Colmcille1-7
Young Irelands0-7Colmcille0-7
1951Young Irelands4-3Mullinalaghta1-8
1948Mullinalaghta1-12Longford Wanderers1-3
1947Longford Wanderers2-4United Gaels0-5
1945Drumlish1-7Longford Wanderers1-6
1944Longford Wanderers2-4Drumlish2-3
1942Ardagh St. Patricks5-7Colmcille1-1
1941St Marys Granard2-8Ardagh St. Patricks1-6
1940Drumlish4-10St Marys Granard0-4
1939DrumlishAwardedArdagh St PatricksN-A
1938Colmcille1-5Whiterock Slashers2-1
1937Drumlish3-6St. Brigids Killashee1-4
1936Ardagh St. Patricks1-5Drumlish0-5
1935St Marys Granard3-6Ardagh St Patricks2-6
1934St Marys Granard0-8United Gaels0-6
1933St Marys Granard0-13United Gaels0-5
1932DrumlishWonSt Marys GranardLost
1931St Marys Granard1-9Edgeworthstown Young Irelands0-3
1930St Marys Granard1-5Longford Wanderers1-3
1929St Marys Granard1-3Longford Wanderers0-2
1928DrumlishAwardedLongford WanderersN-A
1927Drumlish1-1Ballinamuck 98s0-1
1926No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1925No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1924No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1923No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1922No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1921No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1920Ballinamuck 98s1-4Longford Wanderers0-0
1919Clonbroney Camlin Rovers1-3Killoe Young Emmets0-3
Clonbroney Camlin Rovers1-1Killoe Young Emmets1-1
1918No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1917No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1916No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1915Killoe Young Emmets3-0Clonguish Gallowglasses0-3
1914No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1913Killoe Young Emmets0-2Longford Commercials0-1
1912No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1911Killoe Young Emmets0-1Edgeworthstown Volunteers0-0
1910No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1909No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1908No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1907Killoe Young Emmets1-8Drumlish + Ballinamuck 98s0-1
Killoe Young Emmets0-4Drumlish + Ballinamuck 98s1-1
1906No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1905Longford Leo Caseys1-7Edgeworthstown Volunteers0-3
1904Longford Leo Caseys2-7Killoe Young Emmets0-1
1903No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1902No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1901No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1900No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1899No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1898No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1897No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1896No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1895No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1894No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1893No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1892No CompetitionN-ANo CompetitionN-A
1891Championship Not CompletedN-AChampionship Not CompletedN-A
1890Columbkille St. Columbkilles1-0Rathcline John Martins0-4
Hurling ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Wolfe Tones (Mostrim)201992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020
Longford Slashers111982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1997, 2000, 2001
Clonguish Gaels52003, 2005, 2006, 2012, 2019
Granard31932, 1933, 1934
Naomh Ciarán (Rathcline)21985, 1988
Killoe Young Emmets11907
Longford Leo Caseys11905

Note: Longford Slashers also won titles as Slashers Gaels (see list below).

YearHurling Championship WinnerScoreHurling Championship Runner-UpScore
2020Wolfe Tones3-10Longford Slashers1-6
2019Clonguish Gaels1-19Longford Slashers0-10
2018Wolfe Tones1-11Clonguish Gaels0-10
2017Wolfe Tones2-11Longford Slashers2-10
2016Wolfe Tones2-15Clonguish Gaels1-5
2015Wolfe Tones4-11Longford Slashers0-10
2014Wolfe Tones2-10Clonguish Gaels1-10
2013Wolfe Tones3-12Clonguish Gaels2-14
2012Clonguish Gaels1-10Wolfe Tones1-18
2011Final Not Played
2010Wolfe Tones2-10Clonguish Gaels1-10
2009Wolfe Tones1-16Clonguish Gaels1-6
2008Wolfe Tones2-8Clonguish Gaels1-10
2007Wolfe Tones2-17Slashers Gaels1-17
2006Clonguish Gaels3-15Slashers Gaels4-6
2005Clonguish Gaels3-11Wolfe Tones3-5
2004Wolfe Tones1-11Clonguish Gaels0-5
2003Clonguish Gaels3-9Wolfe Tones1-5
2002Wolfe Tones0-16Slashers Gaels0-14
2001Slashers Gaels6-11Ballymahon Gaels1-4
2000Slashers Gaels3-13Ballymahon Gaels1-9
1999Wolfe Tones3-6Slashers Gaels0-7
1998Wolfe Tones4-9Slashers Gaels0-4
1997Slashers Gaels1-8Wolfe Tones0-8
1996Wolfe Tones2-9Slashers Gaels2-6
1995Wolfe Tones2-10Slashers Gaels0-10
1994Wolfe Tones2-8Slashers Gaels0-1
1993Wolfe Tones0-13Slashers Gaels0-5
1992Wolfe Tones2-6Slashers Gaels1-7
1991Slashers Gaels3-8Wolfe Tones0-2
1990Slashers Gaels3-8Wolfe Tones0-5
1989Slashers Gaels1-10Naomh Ciarán0-4
1988Naomh Ciarán1-14Slashers Gaels2-10
1987Slashers Gaels3-10Wolfe Tones0-6
1986Slashers Gaels6-11Bunlahy2-0
1985Naomh Ciarán2-18Slashers Gaels0-3
1984Slashers Gaels5-9Naomh Ciarán0-5
1983Slashers GaelsWonNaomh CiaránLost
1982Slashers Gaels2-10Naomh Ciarán1-6
Note:No Competition from 1935 to 1981
1933Granard - Won by topping league table
Note:No Competition from 1908 to 1931
1907Killoe Young Emmets3-3Longford Leo Caseys0-0
1906No Competition
1905Longford Leo Caseys1-3Killoe Young Emmets1-2
Longford Leo Caseys2-4Killoe Young Emmets0-1
Leader Cup (Football League)WonYear Titles Won
Clonguish101952, 1965, 1968, 1973, 1979, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2011
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas101945, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2019
Killoe Young Emmets81959, 1961, 1985, 2005, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015
Rathcline71971, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1989, 1996
Longford Slashers61958, 1962, 1963, 1972, 1988, 1991
Fr. Manning Gaels / Young Irelands51953, 1986, 1987, 1997, 1999
Cashel51976, 1977, 1978, 1983, 1984
Drumlish51937, 1939, 1943, 1944, 1946
Abbeylara41998, 2000, 2004, 2009
Mostrim41970, 1984, 1992, 1995
St. Marys Granard41964, 1966, 1969, 1994
Colmcille31954, 1957, 1990
Dromard22001, 2006
Ardagh St Patricks21955, 1993
St Brigids Killashee21940, 1941
Seán Connollys11942

Note: No Leader Cup competition in 1938 & 1967. No Leader Cup Final played in 2018. No Leader Cup played in 2020 due to Covid-19. 

Intermediate Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Cashel61968, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2008, 2009
Abbeylara51976, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1994
Rathcline51970, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2018
St. Brigids Killashee41974, 2003, 2011, 2016
Carrickedmond41978, 2001, 2010, 2014
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas41931, 1990, 2000, 2007
Ardagh St. Patricks31971, 2006, 2013
Ballymahon31969, 1984, 1998
Dromard31979, 1992, 1995
Seán Connollys31982, 1988, 1989
Fr. Manning Gaels21975, 2019
St. Marys Granard22002, 2012
Kenagh21966, 1983
Legan Sarsfields21972, 1981
Mostrim21932, 1967
St. Munis Forgney11980
Killoe Young Emmets11977
Mullinalaghta + Fr. Manning Gaels11973
YearIntermediate Championship WinnerScoreIntermediate Championship Runner-UpScore
2020Competition incomplete due to Covid-19
2019Fr. Manning Gaels2-14Ballymahon0-11
2018Rathcline2-14Ardagh Moydow1-13
Rathcline1-11Ardagh Moydow1-11
Rathcline1-11Ardagh Moydow1-11
2017Rathcline1-10Seán Connollys0-12
2016St. Brigids Killashee1-11Cashel0-6
2015Rathcline3-5St. Brigids Killashee0-9
2014Carrickedmond0-9Seán Connollys0-8
2013Ardagh St. Patricks0-8Carrickedmond0-7
Ardagh St. Patricks0-4Carrickedmond0-4
2012St Marys Granard0-11Cashel0-10
2011St. Brigids Killashee1-9Ballymore0-11
2008Cashel0-13St. Brigids Killashee1-8
2007Mullinalaghta St. Columbas1-10Kenagh2-6
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas1-11Kenagh1-11
2006Ardagh St. Patricks1-16Kenagh1-6
2005Rathcline0-11Ardagh St. Patricks1-7
2004Ballymore2-10Killoe Young Emmets1-7
2003St. Brigids Killashee0-8Ballymore1-4
2002St Marys Granard0-9Kenagh0-6
2001Carrickedmond1-6St. Brigids Killashee0-5
2000Mullinalaghta St. Columbas2-9Dromard1-9
1999Cashel1-16St. Brigids Killashee0-8
1990Mullinalaghta St. Columbas1-5Ballymahon1-2
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas1-5Ballymahon0-8
1989Seán Connollys3-7Abbeylara0-9
1988Seán Connollys2-4Abbeylara0-9
1985Abbeylara2-6Legan Sarsfields0-4
1984Ballymahon0-11Mullinalaghta St. Columbas1-3
1983Kenagh2-4Shroid Slashers0-8
1982Sean Connollys2-10Shroid Slashers0-5
1981Legan Sarsfields3-6Colmcille1-6
1980St. Munis Forgney0-6Mullinalaghta St. Columbas0-3
1979Dromard1-8St. Brigids Killashee0-3
1978Carrickedmond3-2St. Munis Forgney0-5
1977Killoe Young Emmets1-6Dromard0-6
1976Abbeylara1-8Killoe Young Emmets0-4
1975Fr. Manning Gaels0-9Killoe Young Emmets0-5
1974St. Brigids Killashee1-5Abbeylara1-1
St. Brigids Killashee2-6Abbeylara2-6
1973Fr. Manning Gaels + Mullinalaghta1-15Dromard0-9
1972Legan Sarsfields1-13Dromard0-6
1971Ardagh St. Patricks2-7Dromard1-2
1970Rathcline2-3Ardagh St. Patricks0-5
Note:Intermediate competition discontinued after 1932 - Begins proper in 1966
1932Edgeworthstown Young IrelandsWonMullinalaghtaLost
Junior Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Shroid Slashers61969, 1981, 1991, 1997, 2002, 2008
Clonguish61928, 1941, 1947, 1959, 1992, 2003
Rathcline61956, 1963, 1972, 1984, 1987, 1999
Killoe Young Emmets51931, 1951, 1957, 1988, 2018
Mostrim51929, 1940, 1966, 2007, 2015
Legan Sarsfields51968, 1990, 1994, 2000, 2012
St. Brigids Killashee51933, 1965, 1985, 1989, 1993
Longford Slashers41978, 1982, 2001, 2014
Seán Connollys41935, 1950, 1967, 1975
Cashel41943, 1948, 1961, 1964
Ardagh St. Patricks41927, 1930, 1934, 1954
Grattan Óg31983, 2004, 2013
Moydow Harpers31939, 1986, 2011
Ballymahon31945, 1960, 2010
St. Munis Forgney31971, 2006, 2009
Colmcille31937, 1979, 1998
Abbeylara31946, 1952, 1973
Kenagh21976, 2019
Fr. Manning Gaels21974, 2005
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas21977, 1996
Ballymore21980, 1995
Dromard21944, 1970
Carrickedmond21955, 1962
Whiterock Slashers21936, 1953
Longford Wanderers21932, 1942
St. Marys Granard11958
Ballinamuck 98s11938
YearJunior Championship WinnerScoreJunior Championship Runner-UpScore
2020Competition incomplete due to Covid-19
2019Kenagh0-12Killoe Young Emmets1-8
2018Killoe Young Emmets1-8Clonguish0-7
2017No Competition
2016No Competition
2015Mostrim1-11Killoe Young Emmets0-10
2014Longford Slashers1-11Killoe Young Emmets0-7
2013Grattan Óg2-13Longford Slashers0-8
2012Legan Sarsfields1-10Moydow Harpers0-6
2011Moydow Harpers2-13Shroid Slashers0-6
2009St. Munis Forgney1-12Carrickedmond1-8
2008Shroid Slashers0-9Moydow Hapers0-4
2007Mostrim1-14Ardagh St. Patricks2-4
2006St. Munis Forgney2-4Moydow Harpers1-4
2005Fr. Manning Gaels1-10Rathcline1-7
2004Grattan Óg2-11Rathcline1-5
2003Clonguish1-10Moydow Harpers1-4
2002Shroid Slashers1-8Grattan Óg1-5
Shroid Slashers1-9Grattan Óg1-9
2001Longford Slashers3-14Rathcline0-11
2000Legan Sarsfields0-9Ardagh St. Patricks1-6
1998Colmcille1-10Legan Sarsfields1-6
1997Shroid Slashers1-15St. Munis Forgney0-7
1996Mullinalaghta St. Columbas1-10Shroid Slashers1-8
1995Ballymore3-9Moydow Harpers0-2
1994Legan Sarsfields2-5Mullinalaghta St. Columbas0-8
1993St. Brigids Killashee0-7St. Munis Forgney0-6
1991Shroid Slashers1-8St. Brigids Killashee0-5
1990Legan Sarsfields0-10Ballymore0-2
1989St. Brigids Killashee1-9St Marys Granard0-11
1988Killoe Young Emmets3-2St. Brigids Killashee0-9
1987Rathcline0-11Longford Slashers1-5
1986Moydow Harpers1-6Killoe Young Emmets1-3
1985St. Brigids Killashee2-9Moydow Harpers1-6
1983Grattan Óg2-7St Mary’s Granard1-8
1982Longford Slashers4-8Ardagh St. Patricks3-6
1981Shroid Slashers2-6Mostrim1-1
Shroid Slashers1-3Mostrim0-6
1979Colmcille1-13Longford Slashers0-4
1978Longford Slashers3-5Ardagh St. Patricks0-3
1977Mullinalaghta St. Columbas2-8Ballymore0-4
1976Kenagh1-5Longford Slashers0-7
1975Seán Connollys2-10Longford Slashers1-8
1974Fr. Manning Gaels1-14Kenagh2-2
1972Rathcline0-13St Marys Granard2-5
1971St. Munis Forgney2-4Abbeylara2-3
1969Shroid Slashers1-6Dromard0-3
Shroid Slashers1-4Dromard0-7
1968Legan Sarsfields4-4Abbeylara1-9
Legan Sarsfields2-4Abbeylara0-10
1967Seán Connollys1-8Legan Sarsfields2-5
1965St. Brigids Killashee3-5Kenagh St. Dominics1-4
1964Cashel1-6St. Brigids Killashee1-2
1963Rathcline3-5Ardagh St Patricks0-8
1962Carrickedmond2-6St. Brigids Killashee1-3
1961Cashel0-7Seán Connollys0-3
1960Ballymahon3-5Mullinalaghta St. Columbas0-0
1959Clonguish2-6St. Brigids Killashee0-6
1958St Marys Granard1-7Mostrim1-3
1957Killoe Young Emmets3-11Clonguish Gallowglasses1-4
Killoe Young Emmets0-8Clonguish Gallowglasses1-5
1956Rathcline2-4Mullinalaghta St. Columbas0-0
1954Ardagh St Patricks2-5St Marys Granard1-5
1953Whiterock Slashers0-3Dromard0-1
1952Abbeylara1-7Whiterock Slashers0-7
1951Killoe Young Emmets0-5Clonguish Gallowglasses1-0
1950Seán Connollys1-10Mostrim1-4
1949No title awarded-N/A-No title awarded-N/A-
1947Clonguish Gallowglasses4-3United Gaels (Granard + Abbeylara)2-1
1946Abbeylara3-8Moydow Harpers3-0
1945Ballymahon3-3Newtowncashel St. Ciarans2-1
1944Dromard1-7Longford Wanderers0-2
1943Newtowncashel St. Ciarans2-4Longford Wanderers2-3
1942Longford Wanderers2-5Seán Connollys1-5
1941Clonguish GallowglassesWonMoydow HarpersLost
1940Mostrim awardedAwardedKilloe Young Emmetsscr
1939Moydow Harpers0-11Drumlish0-1
1938Ballinamuck 98s2-7Mostrim1-1
Ballinamuch 98s1-3Mostrim1-3
1937Colmcille1-5Ballymahon Leo Caseys0-2
1936Whiterock Slashers2-5Dromard2-3
1935Seán Connollys awardedAwardedWhiterock Slashersscr
1934Ardagh St Patricks2-3Whiterock Slashers1-1
1933St. Brigids Killashee4-4Ardagh St Patricks2-3
1932Longford Wanderers0-10Drumlish0-1
1931Killoe Young Emmets4-6Dromard2-5
Killoe Young Emmets1-1Dromard0-4
1930Ardagh St. PatricksAwardedColmcillescr
Ardagh St. Patricks0-5Colmcille0-5
1929Edgeworthstown3-2Ardagh St. Patricks1-1
1928Clonguish GallowglassesWonDrumlishLost
1927Ardagh St. Patricks0-4Colmcille0-1
U20/21 Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
St. Marys Granard101966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1978, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996
Longford Slashers71969, 1975, 1977, 1982, 1984, 1990, 2004
Killoe Young Emmets71979, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019
Fr. Manning Gaels61981, 1983, 1993, 1995, 1999, 2013
Clonguish61964, 1965, 1971, 1972, 2000, 2017
Dromard52005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Colmcille42001, 2002, 2003, 2015
Kenagh41963, 1987, 1989, 1997
Rathcline31985, 1986, 1998
Mostrim21973, 1980
Dromard + Fr. Manning Gaels11976
YearU20 / U21 Champions
2020Competition not played due to Covid-19
2019Killoe Young Emmets
2018Killoe Young Emmets
2016Killoe Young Emmets
2014Killoe Young Emmets
2013Fr. Manning Gaels
2012Killoe Young Emmets
2011Killoe Young Emmets
2004Longford Slashers
1999Fr. Manning Gaels
1996St Marys Granard
1995Fr. Manning Gaels
1994St Marys Granard
1993Fr. Manning Gaels
1992St Marys Granard
1991St Marys Granard
1990Longford Slashers
1988St Marys Granard
1984Longford Slashers
1983Fr. Manning Gaels
1982Longford Slashers
1981Fr. Manning Gaels
1979Killoe Young Emmets
1978St Marys Granard
1977Longford Slashers
1976Dromard + Fr. Manning Gaels
1975Longford Slashers
1970St Marys Granard
1969Longford Slashers
1968St Marys Granard
1967St Marys Granard
1966St Marys Granard
1963St. Dominics Kenagh
Note: Changed from U21 to U20 competition in 2018.
Minor Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Granard131955, 1956, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1965, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997
Longford Slashers101958, 1968, 1971, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1981, 2000, 2001, 2019
Killoe Óg61936, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2017, 2018
Northern Gaels52008, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015
Clonguish Óg51950, 1961, 1969, 1998, 2003
Ballymahon41952, 1957, 1994, 1995
Wolfe Tones Óg31967, 1984, 2006
Killoe Region31978, 1985, 1990
Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards31973, 1974, 1976
St. Colmcilles31953, 1962, 1963
St. Vincents22007, 2010
St. Dominics21986, 1987
Shannon Gaels21966, 1983
Ballymahon Region21977, 1982
Clonbroney Wolfe Tones12020
Shamrock Gaels12016
Carrick Sarsfields12004
Southern Gaels11999
Clonguish + St. Vincents11972
YearMinor Champions
2020Clonbroney Wolfe Tones (Clonbroney + Wolfe Tones Óg)
2019Longford Slashers
2018Killoe Óg
2017Killoe Óg
2016Shamrock Gaels (Ballymahon + Forgney + Cashel + Killashee)
2015Northern Gaels
2014Northern Gaels
2013Northern Gaels
2012Killoe Óg
2011Northern Gaels
2010St. Vincents
2009Killoe Óg
2008Northern Gaels
2007St. Vincents
2006Wolfe Tones
2005Killoe Óg
2004Carrick Sarsfields (St. Sinneachs + Legan Casements)
2003Clonguish Óg
2002Pearses (Wolfe Tones + Ballymore)
2001Longford Slashers
2000Longford Slashers
1999Southern Gaels (Cashel + Killashee)
1998Lough Forbes Gaels
1995Ballymahon Leo Caseys
1994Ballymahon Leo Caseys
1990Killoe Region (Killoe + Clonbroney)
1987St. Dominics
1986St. Dominics
1985Killoe Region (Killoe + St. Mels)
1984Wolfe Tones
1983Shannon Gaels
1982Ballymahon Region
1981St. Michaels
1980St. Michaels
1979St. Michaels
1978Killoe Region (Killoe + Clonbroney + St. Mels)
1977Ballymahon Region (Ballymahon Leo Caseys + St. Sinneachs)
1976Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards
1975St. Michaels
1974Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards
1973Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards
1972Lough Forbes Gaels + St. Vincents
1971St. Michaels
1969Lough Forbes Gaels
1968St. Michaels
1967Wolfe Tones
1966Shannon Gaels
1963St. Colmcilles
1962St. Colmcilles
1961Padraig Pearses (Clonguish)
1958St. Michaels
1956St. Marys Granard
1955St. Marys Granard
1951Not Completed
1949No Competition
1948No Competition
1947No Competition
1946No Competition
1945No Competition
1944No Competition
1943No Competition
1942No Competition
1941No Competition
1940No Competition
1939No Competition
1937No Competition
U16 Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Longford Slashers181954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1998, 1999, 2006
Granard91957, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1995, 1996
Killoe Óg62007, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016 (Cl), 2017 (Cl)
Clonguish Óg61959, 1965, 1967, 2001, 2014, 2020
St. Colmcilles41955, 1960, 1997, 2013
Northern Gaels32005, 2009, 2012
Wolfe Tones Óg31993, 2003, 2004
St. Vincents22002, 2008
Killoe Region21980, 1983
Drumlish Region21981, 1982
Mostrim Region21972, 1976
Rathcline21968, 1971
Carrick Sarsfields St. Dominics22016 (Co), 2017 (Co)
Clonbroney Wolfe Tones12018
Camlin Rovers12000
Killashee Region11984
Ballymahon + Forgney11975
Legan Casements11969
St. Dominics11956
YearJuvenile Champions
2020Clonguish Óg
2019Not Completed
2018Clonbroney Wolfe Tones (Clonbroney + Wolfe Tones Óg)
2017Club = Killoe Óg *
County = Carrick Sarsfields St. Dominics (St. Sinneachs + Legan + St. Dominic's + Moydow Óg) *
2016Club = Killoe Óg *
County = Carrick Sarsfields St. Dominics (St. Sinneachs + Legan + St. Dominic's + Moydow Óg) *
2015Killoe Óg
2014Clonguish Óg
2013St. Colmcille's
2012Northern Gaels
2011Killoe Óg
2010Killoe Óg
2009Northern Gaels
2008St. Vincents
2007Killoe Óg
2006Longford Slashers
2005Northern Gaels
2004Wolfe Tones
2003Wolfe Tones
2002St. Vincents
2001Clonguish Óg
2000Camlin Rovers
1999Longford Slashers
1998St. Michaels
1997St. Colmcilles
1994Leo Caseys
1993Wolfe Tones
1992St. Michaels
1990St. Michaels
1989St. Michaels
1988St. Michaels
1985St. Michaels
1984Killashee Region (Killashee + Cuchullains + St. Dominics)
1983Killoe Region (Killoe + Clonbroney + St. Colmcilles)
1982Drumlish Region (St. Vincents + St. Francis + Lough Forbes Gaels + Killashee)
1981Drumlish Region (St. Vincents + St. Francis + Lough Forbes Gaels + Killashee)
1980Killoe Region (Killoe + Clonbroney + St. Colmcilles)
1979St. Michaels
1978St. Michaels
1977St. Michaels
1976Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards
1975Ballymahon Leo Caseys + Forgney
1974St. Michaels
1973Longford Slashers
1972Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards
1971Shannon Gaels
1970Longford Slashers
1969Legan Casements
1968Shannon Gaels
1967Lough Forbes Gaels
1966Longford Slashers
1965Lough Forbes Gaels
1962St. Michaels
1960St. Colmcilles
1959Padraig Pearses (Clonguish)
1958St. Michaels
1957St. Marys Granard
1956Kenagh St. Dominics
1954Longford Slashers
* From 2016-2017, U14 & U16 Championships was split into County (Co.) & Club (Cl.) winners.
U14 Football ChampionshipWonYear Titles Won
Longford Slashers291965, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976u, 1977u, 1982u, 1983u, 1985u, 1987u, 1988u, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016 (Co & Cl)
Killoe Óg91981r, 2000, 2001, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2017 (Cl), 2018
Clonguish Óg41980r, 1984r, 1999, 2019
Northern Gaels42003, 2005, 2007, 2010
Granard41980u, 1981u, 1984u, 1995
St. Francis41969, 1978r, 1979r, 1988r
Shannon Gaels41966, 1974, 1978u, 1986u
St. Vincents31977r, 1986r, 2006
St. Dominics21982r, 1983r
Shamrock Gaels12017 (Co)
Southern Gaels12002
Cuchullains (Cashel)11987r
Wolfe Tones Óg11979u
YearU14 Champions
2020Competition incomplete due to Covid-19
2019Clonguish Óg
2018Killoe Óg
2017Club = Killoe Óg *
County = Shamrock Gaels (Ballymahon + Forgney + Cashel + Killashee) *
2016Club = Longford Slashers *
County = Longford Slashers *
2015Killoe Óg
2014Longford Slashers
2013Longford Slashers
2012Killoe Óg
2011Longford Slashers
2010Northern Gaels
2009Killoe Óg
2008Killoe Óg
2007Northern Gaels
2006St. Vincents
2005Northern Gaels
2004Longford Slashers
2003Northern Gaels
2002Southern Gaels (Cashel + Killashee)
1999Lough Forbes Gaels
1998St. Michaels
1997St. Michaels
1996St. Michaels
1994St. Michaels
1993St. Michaels
1992Ballymahon Leo Caseys
1991St. Michaels
1990St. Michaels
1989St. Michaels
1988St. Michaels (urban)
St. Francis (rural)
1987St. Michaels (urban)
Cuchullains (rural)
1986Shannon Gaels (urban)
St. Vincents (rural)
1985St. Michaels (urban)
Killashee (rural)
1984Granard (urban)
Lough Forbes Gaels (rural)
1983St. Michaels (urban)
St. Dominics (rural)
1982St. Michaels (urban)
St. Dominics (rural)
1981Granard (urban)
Killoe (rural)
1980Granard (urban)
Lough Forbes Gaels (rural)
1979Wolfe Tones (urban)
St. Francis (rural)
1978Shannon Gaels (urban)
St. Francis (rural)
1977St. Michaels (urban)
St. Vincents (rural)
1976St. Michaels (urban)
Ardagh (rural)
1975St. Michaels
1974Shannon Gaels
1973St. Michaels
1972St. Michaels
1971St. Michaels
1970St. Michaels
1969St. Francis
1968St. Michaels
1967St. Michaels
1966Shannon Gaels
1965St. Michaels
Note: From 1976-1988 U14 Championship was split into Urban (u) and Rural (r) winners.
* From 2016-2017, U14 & U16 Championships was split into County (Co.) & Club (Cl.) winners.

Adult Club Championships – Clarification of Names:

  • Ardagh St. Patricks amalgamated with Moydow Harpers in 2016 to form Ardagh Moydow.
  • St. Martins was an independent team consisting of Carrickedmond & Kenagh.
  • United Gaels was an independent team consisting of St. Marys Granard & Abbeylara.
  • Edgeworthstown Volunteers was later renamed Edgeworthstown Young Irelands.
  • Edgeworthstown Young Irelands was later renamed Mostrim.
  • Clonbroney Camlin Rovers was later renamed Seán Connollys.
  • Clonguish Callowglasses was later shortened to Clonguish.
  • Columbkille St. Columbkilles was later shortened to Colmcille.
  • Rathcline John Martins was later shortened to Rathcline.
  • Newtowncashel St. Ciarans was later shortened to Cashel.
  • Kenagh St. Dominics was later shortened to Kenagh
  • Mullinalaghta was renamed Mullinalaghta St. Columba’s in 1955.
  • Killoe Young Emmets also referred to as Emmet Óg or Killoe Emmet Óg.
  • Whiterock Slashers & Longford Wanderers amalgamated to form Longford Slashers in 1954.
  • Young Irelands was formed as a Drumlish and Ballinamuck club in 1951.
  • Young Irelands was renamed to the Irish version Éire Óg during the 1950’s.
  • Fr. Manning Gaels was formed as a Drumlish-Ballinamuck club in March 1969.
  • The St. Munis Forgney club is no longer competing.
  • The Shroid Slashers club is no longer competing.
  • The Longford Leo Caseys club is no longer in existence.
  • The Longford Commercials club is no longer in existence.

Underage Club Championships – Clarification of Names:

  • Northern Gaels is Abbeylara & Mullinalaghta underage.
  • Ballymahon Forgney Gaels is Ballymahon & St. Munis underage.
  • Longford Slashers is Longford Slashers underage.
  • Killoe Óg is Killoe Young Emmets underage.
  • St. Vincents is Fr. Manning Gaels underage.
  • Clonguish Óg is Clonguish underage.
  • St. Francis is Dromard underage.
  • Shannon Gaels is Rathcline underage.
  • St. Dominics is Kenagh underage.
  • St. Colmcilles is Colmcille underage.
  • Wolfe Tones Óg is Mostrim underage.
  • Clonbroney is Seán Connollys underage.
  • Moydow Óg is Moydow underage.
  • Grattan Gaels is Grattan Óg underage.
  • Ballymore Shamrocks is Ballymore underage.
  • Legan Casements is Legan Sarsfields underage.
  • Cuchullains is Cashel underage.
  • St. Sinneachs is Carrickedmond underage.
  • St. Mels is Shroid Slashers underage.
  • St. Bernards was Abbeylara underage.
  • St. Patricks Óg was Ardagh underage. Since 2016 it is Ardagh Moydow underage.

Underage Club Name Changes – Clarification:

  • Granard won underage titles pre 1958 as St. Mary’s Granard.
  • Ballymahon won some underage titles as Ballymahon Leo Caseys.
  • Longford Slashers won underage titles from 1958-1998 as St. Michaels.
  • Clonguish Óg won underage titles as Clonguish (pre 1958), Padraig Pearses (1958-1964) & Lough Forbes Gaels (1965-2000).
  • St. Colmcilles won underage titles pre 1961 as Colmcille.
  • Killoe Óg won underage titles pre 2004 as Killoe.
  • Wolfe Tones Óg won some underage titles as Wolfe Tones.

Minor Championship – Clarifications:

  • 2020: Clonbroney Wolfe Tones = Clonbroney + Wolfe Tones Óg
  • 2016: Shamrock Gaels = Ballymahon + Forgney + Cashel + Killashee
  • 2004: Carrick Sarsfields = St. Sinneachs + Legan Casements
  • 2002: Pearses = Wolfe Tones + Ballymore
  • 1999: Southern Gaels = Cashel + Killashee
  • 1990: Killoe Region = Killoe + Clonbroney
  • 1985: Killoe Region = Killoe + St. Mels
  • 1982: Ballymahon Region = Ballymahon Leo Caseys + Legan Casements + St. Sinneachs + Cuchullains + Forgney
  • 1978: Killoe Region = Killoe + Clonbroney + St. Mels
  • 1977: Ballymahon Region = Ballymahon Leo Caseys + St. Sinneachs

Juvenile Championship – Clarifications:

  • 2017: Carrick Sarsfields St. Dominics = St. Sinneachs + Legan Casements + St. Dominics + Moydow Óg
  • 2016: Carrick Sarsfields St. Dominics = St. Sinneachs + Legan Casements + St. Dominics + Moydow Óg
  • 2000: Camlin Rovers = Clonbroney + St. Francis
  • 1984: Killashee Region = Killashee + Cuchullains + St. Dominics
  • 1983: Killoe Region = Killoe + Clonbroney + St. Colmcilles
  • 1982: Drumlish Region = St. Vincents + St. Francis + Lough Forbes Gaels + Killashee
  • 1981: Drumlish Region = St. Vincents + St. Francis + Lough Forbes Gaels + Killashee
  • 1980: Killoe Region = Killoe + Clonbroney + St. Colmcilles

(Note: Camlin Rovers was originally the name of a senior club in Clonbroney who won the 1919 Senior Championship as Clonbroney Camlin Rovers and renamed Sean Connollys some years later. Over the years the ‘Camlin Rovers’ name has been used by a host of different underage combinations. The Camlin Rovers team who won the 1999 Juvenile Division 2 league was made up of Killoe and Ballymore. The Camlin Rovers team who won the 2000 Juvenile Division 2 league was made up of Killoe and Clonbroney. The Camlin Rovers team who won the 2000 Juvenile Championship was made up of Clonbroney and St. Francis). 

U14 Championship – Clarifications:

  • 2017: Shamrock Gaels = Ballymahon + Forgney + Cashel + Killashee
  • 2002: Southern Gaels = Cashel + Killashee


Rolls of Honour are displayed in league table and year-by-year listing formats.

In year-by-year roll of honour listing, for historical accuracy each club/team is displayed using the name of the club/team at the time of that final or title win.

In roll of honour tables the most recent or applicable club/team name is used where possible, with clarification of names (where multiple have been used over time) and name changes over time provided in the ‘Club & Team Names – Clarification’ section.

In roll of honour tables, titles are counted for clubs/teams and are not clustered for parishes or regions.

In roll of honour tables, titles won by amalgamations are separate from those of the constituent clubs (to avoid double-counting).

In roll of honour tables, clubs formed by the merging of two or more separate clubs will have their titles kept separate from those of the original individual clubs (i.e. titles of Longford Slashers are separate from titles won by Longford Wanderers or Whiterock Slashers who amalgamated to form Longford Slashers in 1954. Titles of Drumlish or Ballinamuck 98s are separate from titles won by the Drumlish-Ballinamuck clubs of Young Irelands (Éire Óg) and Fr. Manning Gaels. Titles of Ardagh Moydow are separate from titles won previously by Ardagh St. Patricks or Moydow Harpers).

In roll of honour tables for Senior, Intermediate & Junior competitions, where teams have the same number of titles the team with more final appearances is placed ahead.

In roll of honour tables for U20, Minor, Juvenile and U14 competitions, where teams have the same number of titles the team with the most recent title win is placed ahead (gaps in the records do not allow us to fully conclude placement based on number of final appearances).

Researching the Records:

Prior to detailed research of the Longford GAA records in 2013 & 2014, the previous records and rolls of honour had been recorded in print from the early 1980s and augmented by Seán Ó Suilleabháin’s research which documented the county final scores from some of the early years. The 2014 research went further to uncover (with the help of newly digitised and available records) corrections to the records and fill gaps which had existed prior. 

The 2014 research gave rise to some changes to the records and respective rolls of honour. A thorough examination of published sources including newspaper archives led to confirmation of whether particular competitions could or could not be declared a county championship as opposed to league competition. The league had a different format in the early years, and while it was often referred to as a league-championship, this was simply a means of reference to semi-finals and/or finals that followed the regular league format. 

While some score-lines were added to the roster over the past quarter of a century via the work of Seán Ó Suilleabháin and others, the complete picture was far from complete, and in some instances was wholly inaccurate. In 2013 & 2014 work was undertaken to establish a complete record of the Senior Football Championship roll of honour and County Final results & scores dating back to the first decider in 1890, as well as fully updated records for Hurling Championship as well as Junior, Intermediate, U20, Minor, Juvenile and U14 Football Championships using a range of published sources including local newspaper archives and a fantastic array of records and Longford GAA history via local historical sources. The results and updated Longford GAA club records and rolls of honour were submitted to the Longford County Board in 2014 and published on the Longford GAA website from October 2014. Further outstanding research into the Minor Championship records was later completed and added to the website thereafter.

Rolls of Honour – Clarification:

Rolls of Honour are displayed in league table and year-by-year listing formats.

In year-by-year roll of honour listing, for historical accuracy each club/team is displayed using the name of the club/team at the time of that final or title win.

In roll of honour tables the most recent or applicable club/team name is used where possible, with clarification of names (where multiple have been used over time) and name changes over time provided in the ‘Club & Team Names – Clarification’ section.

In roll of honour tables, titles are counted for clubs/teams and are not clustered for parishes or regions.

In roll of honour tables, titles won by amalgamations are separate from those of the constituent clubs (to avoid double-counting).

In roll of honour tables, clubs formed by the merging of two or more separate clubs will have their titles kept separate from those of the original individual clubs (i.e. titles of Longford Slashers are separate from titles won by Longford Wanderers or Whiterock Slashers who amalgamated to form Longford Slashers in 1954. Titles of Drumlish or Ballinamuck 98s are separate from titles won by the Drumlish-Ballinamuck clubs of Young Irelands (Éire Óg) and Fr. Manning Gaels. Titles of Ardagh Moydow are separate from titles won previously by Ardagh St. Patricks or Moydow Harpers).

In roll of honour tables for Senior, Intermediate & Junior competitions, where teams have the same number of titles the team with more final appearances is placed ahead.

In roll of honour tables for U20, Minor, Juvenile and U14 competitions, where teams have the same number of titles the team with the most recent title win is placed ahead (gaps in the records do not allow us to fully conclude placement based on number of final appearances).

Senior Football Championship – Clarifications:

The following clarifications and changes apply to the Senior Football Championship records as a result of findings from the 2014 research.

League vs Championship delineation:

While the Championship status in the early years is now much clearer, the League (also referred to as League Championship in those early years) is somewhat more complex with competition not ending in some years and stretching across years. Granard won the League (League Championship) titles in 1914, 1916 and 1917, however the 1917 league campaign took two years to complete and the final between Granard & Killashee was held on 23rd February 1919 with Granard winning by 2-4 to 0-0. A letter in the paper complained about the length of time taken to complete the competition. The 1919 Championship draw took place immediately after the delayed 1917 League-Championship final in February 1919 and the Championship final took place in July with Clonbroney Camlin Rovers winning the Championship title. The draw for the 1919 League then took place on 23rd of July 1919 with the first games kicking off August 10th 1919. Long delays between November 1919 and February 1920 delayed matters on account of objections and lack of light at afternoon matches which ran into evenings. League action resumed in February 1920 with the semi finals in March and the League final on April 11th 1920 in which Clonguish beat Mullinalaghta to claim the league (League Championship) title of 1919. These League or ‘League Championship’ titles are distinctly different from Championship titles.

Longford Slashers & Longford Wanderers:

Longford Town has many number of different clubs over the years, including Longford Leo Caseys, Longford Shamrocks, Longford Commercials, Longford Wanderers, Whiterock Slashers and Longford Slashers. Of those, three clubs won Senior Championship titles… Longford Leo Caseys, Longford Wanderers and Longford Slashers. The establishment of Longford Slashers in 1954 came about via the merging of Longford Wanderers and Whiterock Slashers (who played each other in the 1938 county final). Records rightly do not combine the titles of Longford Slashers & Longford Wanderers as both are historically separate entities. Therefore for accuracy and consistency the Longford Slashers and Longford Wanderers titles are kept separate in the roll of honour. The Longford Leo Casey titles are also kept separate too because this was a separate and different club to Longford Wanderers or Longford Slashers and titles are assigned to clubs, not to parishes or geographic areas.

Drumlish & Ballinamuck 98s:

The parish of Drumlish had multiple competing clubs during the first four decades of the 20th Century, most notably Drumlish and Ballinamuck 98s. The first Senior Championship title won by a club from the parish of Drumlish was won by Ballinamuck 98s in 1920 having won the Junior League the year prior. Drumlish won their first Championship in 1927, beating Ballinamuck 98s in the County Final. Drumlish went on to win eight Senior Championship titles in 1927, 28, 32, 37, 39, 40, 43 & 45 while Ballinamuck won the Junior Championship in 1938. Throughout that period both clubs co-existed and competed separately as individual clubs. By 1949 the Ballinamuck club is participating in Junior competition while the Drumlish club is not affiliated at all (last noted activity in the 1940’s is the 1947 Leader Cup Final). In late 1949 there are indications that both clubs are combining into one, yet in 1950 the Drumlish club is noted as competing in both Senior and Junior competitions. No reference can be found to Ballinamuck 98s after 1949. Drumlish is recorded as returning to Senior football in 1950 (first time since 1947) and played Junior and Senior competition in 1950. The preview to the first league match of 1950 refers to the team as the ‘reorganised locals’. The club contests the 1950 Junior League final losing to Ardagh. There is no Ballinamuck club represented in competition in 1950.

Young Irelands (Éire Óg) & Fr. Manning Gaels:

Young Irelands was formed as a Drumlish & Ballinamuck club in 1951. The first reference to Young Irelands begins in 1951 when it is cited in local media as a ‘Drumlish-Ballinamuck combination’ club during the championship previews of 1951. The team photo in the preview to the County Final is titled ‘Drumlish-Ballinamuck combination’. Young Irelands won Senior Championship titles in 1951, 1953 & 1955 as well as reaching County Finals in 1958, 1961 & 1966. The club name was changed to Éire Óg around 1957. By December 1966 local media reports that a meeting was held in the ’98 hall in Ballinamuck with a view to forming a club in Ballinamuck. That Ballinamuck club makes its maiden appearance in the Junior Leagues in 1967. Éire Óg continues in the senior ranks as a separate club. Éire Óg are struggling to compete by 1967/68 and are forced to concede back-to-back Leader Cup games in 1968. The club is noted as ‘out of football for a period’ in local media by March 1969. The Ballinamuck club continues to participate in the Junior League during that period. Having beaten Dromard in their previous outing, Ballinamuck are noted as scheduled to play Mullinalaghta in a local media report on 23rd March 1969. However, on 18th March 1969, delegates from both clubs advised the County Board that they were no longer in a position to field separate teams and had decided to unite. This was noted in the Longford Leader that weekend under the ‘Clubs Unite’ headline. A join meeting of the clubs was held on 24th March 1969 at which it was agreed to name the club Fr. Manning Gaels. A new committee was formed, and affiliation sought under the new name. A confirmation article appeared the local paper that same week. Fr. Manning Gaels competes is in the Special Senior League and Intermediate Championship of 1969. For the roll of honour, senior titles won by Fr Manning Gaels and Young Irelands (Éire Óg) are shown together because both are combined Drumlish & Ballinamuck entities. However we do not combine those titles with titles won separately by Drumlish (1927, 28, 32, 37, 39, 40, 43, 45) or Ballinamuck 98s (1920) – those are recorded separately as those were individual competing clubs (who played each other in the County Final of 1927). As with the Longford town teams and with Ardagh St. Patrick & Moydow Harpers titles prior to their merge in 2016 to form the Ardagh Moydow club, titles in the roll of honour are allocated to clubs not parishes, and where clubs merge to form a new entity, any prior titles of the original clubs are not bundled with titles for the new merged club entity for historic accuracy purposes.

1888  GAA reaches Longford

While it had been long assumed that 1887 was the first year of official activity in Longford, it was in fact the foundation of the Granard Healys club that should record 1888 as the year of initiation of the GAA in the county. By the time of the draw for a first championship in 1890, twenty one clubs had been established and were ready for competitive action in Longford.

1889  1st County Board elected

The first Longford county committee was elected at a meeting at the Market Square in Longford town on Sunday, 13 October 1889.

1890  The 1st Senior Championship

The 1st Senior Championship Final was played between Columbkille St Columbkilles and Rathcline John Martins in Abbeycartron on 8 June 1890, with the North Longford side winning by 1-0 to 0-4.  Lest anyone be confused by that score-line, it should be noted that a goal at that time could not be beaten by any number of points.

1891  Clarification

After such encouraging beginnings, the 1891 championships would involve 26 teams, but was beset by problems from the start. There was confusion over the notice given for first round games and as a result, teams that failed to field were given a second chance with an additional round. Objections had also become a common feature of competitions and only three of the eight second round matches were declared by the time the championship came to a halt. The GAA was faced with its first crisis in the aftermath of the Parnell affair, and activities and structures in Longford and other counties had effectively ceased. The 1891 championship remained unfinished and another decade would pass before games resumed.

1896  Championship debunked

A game involving Granard and Longford Shamrocks in 1896 was sometimes recorded as a county final, but it is widely accepted that the game had no official standing, particularly and critically as there was no county board and no official county competition in place at that time.

1904  Clarification

With the resumption of GAA affairs in Longford in the early years of the 20th century, the senior championship draws would now involve a far smaller group of clubs. The 1904 competition had nine teams and in the decider, Longford Leo Caseys defeated Killoe Young Emmets by 2-7 to 0-1 in the final. The three local newspapers of the time (Longford Leader, Roscommon Herald and Longford Journal) had each reported different score-lines, but a closer analysis of the reports seems to confirm that the Roscommon Herald carried the accurate result.

Championships were often few and far between over the period that followed. In fact, only eight competitions were successfully completed in the 37 years after the first competition of 1890.  The fact that they were sporadic can be attributed to a number of reasons and factors, including the political crisis of 1891 and the conflicts and turmoil that became common features of Irish life in the first two decades of the new century.

1905 Hurling Final

The Longford Senior Hurling Championship Final of 1905 (which likely started in 1904) was contested between Longford Leo Caseys and Killoe Young Emmets. The final had to be replayed however following an objection by Killoe. Leo Casey’s emerged victorious in the replayed game to take the title. Killoe would gain revenge and win their only Senior Hurling title in 1907. Thereafter there is no record of hurling competition until the early 1930’s.

1907-1916  Clarifications

Killoe became the first team to enjoy a dominant period of success, as the claimed four championships (1907, 1911, 1913, 1915) over a nine year period between 1907 and 1915. However, having previously been credited with the 1912 championship, it is now established that this final was in fact the conclusion of the 1911 competition. In previous records, the 1911 championship had seemingly concluded with the awarding of the title to Killoe (who had defeated Drumlish in the semi-final in November 1911) due to the fact that the second semi-final between Clonguish and Edgeworthstown had not been played as a result of a dispute. The 1912 final had been recorded as a 0-2 to 0-1 victory for Young Emmets over Edgeworthstown in a final played on 3 March 1912.

Having examined all available information, it is clear that the only competitive game played between November 1911 and the Killoe vs Edgeworthstown final of March 1912 was the meeting of Clonguish and Edgeworthstown in February 1912 (which was won by Edgeworthstown). It can be concluded therefore that the 1911 semi-final under dispute was eventually re-fixed and played in February 1912 and the winners advanced to play Killoe in the delayed 1911 final in March 1912. No 1912 championship was actually played, nor were any championships played in 1914 or 1916. 

1917-1919 Clarifications

A chapter on the early county final records and the roll of honour in ‘Comóradh an Chéid’ (the Longford GAA centenary publication of 1987) states that Clonbroney appear to have won in 1917 with victory over Killoe in a replay, and Clonguish emerged victorious over Mullinalaghta in 1919.

However, archive evidence shows that no championship was played in 1917 with newspaper reports carrying the following official notice… “Owing to the somewhat disturbed state of the country, all football fixtures are postponed until further notice”.  Furthermore, the 1919 championship title previously credited to Clonguish was actually the 1919 League title, with that years Championship title going to Clonbroney Camlin Rovers (later renamed Sean Connolly’s).

Newspaper records of 1919 show a clear distinction between league and championship. The newspaper archives also includes reports on the progress of the 1919 championship, which concluded with a county final victory for Clonbroney Camlin Rovers over Killoe Young Emmets in a replay by 1-3 to 0-3 on 3rd August 1919.

There is no evidence of Championship activity in 1918, perhaps due in part to the conscription crisis & Spanish flu pandemic in that year which put fixtures on hold.

1920-1926 Clarifications

Ballinamuck 98s claimed the 1920 championship title with victory over Longford Wanderers. There is no evidence of any championship activity in 1921.

The championships of 1922 and 1923 had been previously credited to Longford Wanderers, however archive evidence now confirms those as league titles and the archive evidence shows that there were no county championships played in either of those years.

Due to a combination of factors, including the civil war, Longford’s prolonged involvement in the 1924 Junior championship (they reached the All-Ireland final which was played in July 1925), and the controversy over the county’s suspension by the Leinster Council (1926-27), there were no club senior championship competitions played in any of the years from 1921 and 1926. The 1926 game between Granard and Mullinalaghta, which was abandoned due to violent scenes, and previously thought to be a Championship final was in fact the league final. In summary, the period from 1921-1926 during those historic foundation of the state and civil war years, had no championship activity in Longford.

1927 Championship

Championship action eventually resumed in 1927 with Drumlish winning their first title by beating Ballinamuck 98s in the County Final. They also retained the title in 1928 as a result of being awarded the final (the game was scheduled for 27 May 1928, but Longford Wanderers failed to field).

1932 Championship

All efforts to establish the final result of 1932 have proven fruitless (it is now the only county final on the record which does not have the result). In reporting the game between Drumlish and Granard for the Longford Leader, Jim Mannix apologised to readers for doing so a week later than expected as he had been ill.  However, the brief report did not include the score-line. It should be noted however that Jim provided the GAA reports for the Leader for many years and without this commitment and service, we may have struggled to confirm many of the final score-lines for the 1930s and 1940s.

1939 Championship

The 1939 final was abandoned and Drumlish were eventually awarded the title as a result of an appeal to the Leinster Council.

1946 Championship

One of the more noteworthy final score-lines was the drawn game of 1946 between Dromard and Ballymahon which failed to yield a single score.

Leader Cup (Senior Football League):

1938 Leader Cup

The 1937 Leader Cup competition continued into late 1938 and as such it was too late to start a new league in 1938, so the competition started afresh in 1939. Thus there is no Leader Cup title for 1938.

1967 Leader Cup

The 1965 & 1966 Leader Cup finals were decided in 1967, which left no time in that year to play a 1967 Leader Cup. Thus there is no Leader Cup title for 1967.

2018 Leader Cup

The 2018 Leader Cup final was never played. Mullinalaghta and Killoe reached the decider but it was not played due to lack of time resulting from Mullinalaghta’s successful Leinster Club Championship campaign and All Ireland Club commitments which stretched into 2019. Thus there is no Leader Cup title for 2018.

Intermediate Football Championships:

In January 1931 it was proposed at the County Board meeting to establish three grades of football instead of two leading to the implementation of the Intermediate Championship to encourage more football for clubs. In the first final Mullinalaghta defeated Clonbroney 4-8 to 1-2.

The competition was retained again in 1932 when Edgeworthstown Young Ireland’s defeated Mullinalaghta in the final. The competition was discontinued in 1933 and did not restart again until 1966.

The Intermediate Championship which continues today can trace its direct beginning back to 1966.

Ardagh & Moydow Titles: The parish of Ardagh & Moydow consisted of two separate clubs (Ardagh St. Patricks and Moydow Harpers) up until the end of 2015 when both clubs amalgamated to form the new Ardagh Moydow club. Thus all titles won by Ardagh St. Patricks or Moydow Harpers prior to the formation of the Ardagh Moydow club, are kept separate from any titles won by Ardagh Moydow.

Junior Football Championships:

In December 1916 a board overseeing Junior competition is mentioned in the Longford Leader. Records show that the Junior competition began in August 1917 on a league basis. Longford beat Carra Gaels 0-6 to 0-2 to win the first Junior League. In 1918 Clonguish beat Mullinalaghta 1-1 to 0-2 in the Junior League final. In 1919 Edgeworthstown beat Ballinamuck 98s 1-3 to 0-5 in the Junior League final played in Jan 1920, but following an objection the game was replayed with Ballinamuck 98s coming out as winners. The 1920 Junior League was awarded to St. Mel’s College over Ballymore. No further Junior League competition was played until 1924 when Longford Rovers defeated Clondra 2-2 to 0-1 in September 1925 and were promoted to Senior grade. Drumlish won the 1925 Junior League finishing top of the table. Mullinalaghta were previously credited as the first winners of the Junior Championship in 1924, however no published evidence can be found to support this with all available evidence pointing instead to the first Junior Championship taking place in 1927.

1927 – The first Junior Championship (as opposed to Junior League) was played based on knockout with Ardagh defeating Colmcille 4 points to 1 in April 1927. Granard were previously credited with the Junior Championship title but they won the 1927 Junior League defeating Ballymahon 5 points to 1 in Jan 1928.

1928 – Clonguish defeated Drumlish in the Junior Championship final though no score can be found. Granard were previously credited with this title but they reached the Junior League final only to be defeated 2-4 to 2-3 by Clonguish in Sep 1929.

1930 – Ardagh were awarded the replay of the 1930 Junior Championship final against Colmcille as the referee adjudged the latter not to have fielded in the allotted time.

1935 – Whiterock Slashers defeated Seán Connollys in the Junior Championship final in late 1935. Seán Connollys objected and this was upheld in early 1936. It is not fully clear if this resulted in Seán Connollys being awarded the title so rely on current records noting Seán Connolly as winners as circumstantial confirmation.

1936 – Whiterock Slashers beat Dromard in the Junior Championship final. Dromard objected and were awarded the title. Slashers counter-objected and were re-awarded the title.

1940 – Killoe Young Emmets defeated Mostrim 1-5 to 1-4 in the Junior Championship final. However Mostrim lodged an objection which was upheld in November 1940 and Mostrim were awarded the title and medals.

1942 – Cashel were previously noted as winners of the 1942 Junior Championship, however published records show that Longford Wanderers defeated Seán Connollys in the Junior Championship final. Newtowncashel St. Ciarans (as they were then known) defeated Killoe Young Emmets in the Junior League final that year and this may have been mistaken for the championship.

1944 – Previous roll of honour records omitted this particular year. However Dromard beat Longford Wanderers in the Junior Championship final and a full account of the match is noted in the Longford Leader (October 28th 1944).

1949 – Killoe’s Young Emmets victory over Ardagh St. Patricks in the Junior Championship final was overturned on appeal. No title was awarded.

2016 & 2017 – The Junior Championship was not played in 2016 & 2017, and was replaced in those years by an Intermediate B Championship competition. Junior Championship competition resumed from 2018. 

Minor Football Championships:

The first Minor Football Championship title dates back to 1936 and was won by Killoe in June 1937 with victory over Longford on a scoreline of 6-4 to 0-6. The next Minor Championship title was won by Mullinalaghta in 1938 (with a team that contained some players from Sean Connollys).

There was no Minor Championship titles won in 1937 or from 1939 to 1949 inclusive. Minor Championship competition was not very common in these early years, while Minor League was played in a number of years.

1949 Correction: Previous records and rolls of honour showed Mostrim as winners of the 1949 Minor Championship. However an examination of all available published evidence shows that while the Minor League was played in 1949 with Clonguish defeating Rathcline by 3-3 to 2-2 in the Minor League final in February 1950, there was no Minor Championship competition in 1949. Also Mostrim did not have an active underage club in 1949. Hence the record has been corrected to show ‘No Competition’ for 1949. 

1951 Correction: The 1951 Minor Championship started but dragged on thru the end of the year and never completed. The Minor Board meeting in February 1952 formally agreed to drop the incomplete 1951 Minor Championship (as recorded in Longford Leader on 8th March 1952). Previously it had been assumed that Clonguish had won the 1951 Minor Championship and in some records it was assumed that Clonguish had won a three-in-a-row of Minor Championships from 1949-1951, however in those years Clonguish won Minor League titles in 1949 & 1951 and Minor Championship in 1950. Hence the record has been corrected to show ‘Not Completed’ for 1951.

1974 Correction: The Harte Cup displays ‘Longford Slashers’ as the 1974 winner, when it should be Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards (Mostrim/Abbeylara). The Longford Leader of September 13th 1974 contains the match report for the final which ended with the scoreline Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards 1-11 vs Ardagh Region 0-02, making it back-to-back Minor Championships for Wolfe Tones + St. Bernards in 1973 & 1974.

Harte Cup Correction: It was previously assumed that Mostrim had been the first winners of the Harte Cup in 1949, which has proven incorrect not least because Mostrim did not have an active underage club in 1949. Clonguish was the first club to be presented with the Harte Cup when the cup first appeared in 1949. Clonguish actually received it for winning the Minor League (there was no Championship competition then) when the 1949 Minor League competition finally concluded in February 1950. However a County Board meeting later in 1950 decided the cup should be presented to Minor Championship winners instead of Minor League winners from 1950 onward. Hence Clonguish by virtue of winning the Minor Championship of 1950 became the first holders of the Harte Cup in a Minor Championship context.

See a summary of research into Longford Club Minor Championship titles here.

Juvenile & U14 Football Championships:

U16 Championship – Origins

The Juvenile (U16) Championship began in 1954 with St. Michaels winning the first title.

U14 Championship – Origins

The U14 Championship began in 1965 with St. Michaels winning the first title. The U14 Championship was split into Urban (u) and Rural (r) sections from 1976-1988.

Ardagh Moydow
Fr. Manning Gaels
Grattan Óg
Killoe Young Emmets
Legan Sarsfields
Longford Slashers
Mullinalaghta St. Columbas
Seán Connollys
St. Brigids Killashee
St. Marys Granard