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All Ireland Poc Fada Role of Honour

Senior Mens

   
2011-2012*-2013 Brendan Cummins (Tiobraid Árann)

2010

Graham Clarke (An Dún)

2009

Jerry Fallon (Ros Comáin)

2006 - 2008

Brendan Cummins (Tiobraid Árann)

2005

Albert Shanahan (Luimneach)

2004

Brendan Cummins (Tiobraid Árann - 48 pocs new record)

2003

Paul Dunne (An Lú)

2002

David Fitzgerald (An Clár)

2001

Albert Shanahan (Luimneach)

2000

Colin Byrne (Cill Mhantáin)

1999

Davy Fitzgerald (An Clár)

1998

Albert Kelly (Uibh Fháilí)

1997

Colin Byrne (Cill Mhantáin)

1994 - 1996

Michael Shaughnessy (Gaillimh)

1992 - 1993

Albert Kelly (Uibh Fháilí)

1991

Tommy Quaid (Limerick)

1984 - 1990

Ger Cunningham (Corcaigh)

1983

Pat Hartigan (Luimneach)

1982

Gerry Goodwin (Tír Eoghain)

1981

Pat Hartigan (Luimneach)

1970 - 1980

No competition

1969

Liam Tobin (Port Láirge)

1966 - 1968

Fionbarr Ó Néill (Corcaigh)

1965

Denis Murphy (Corcaigh)

1964

Oliver Gough (Cill Chainnigh)

1963

Ollie Walsh (Cill Chainnigh), Tom Geary (Port Láirge), Dinny Donnelly (An Mhí).

1962

Ollie Walsh (Cill Chainnigh)

1961

Vincent Godfrey (Luimneach).

The All Ireland Poc Fada Champion is presented with the Corn Setanta trophy.

1960

Damian Callan (Cumann Ógra Naomh Moninne - 1st Poc Fada)

Camogie

2009 - 2013

Patricia Jackman (Waterford)

2007 - 2008

Lyndsey Condell (Carlow)

2006

Mary Henry (Westmeath)

2005

Denise Lynch (Clare)

2004

Stephanie Gannon (Gaillimh)

The Corn Camogie Poc Fada is presented to the Camogie Champion

Boys U16

2013

Jack Coyne (Galway)

2011-2012

Cillian Kiely (Offaly)

2010

Owen Tracey (Galway)

2009

Noel Fallon (Roscommon)

2008

Eamon Murphy (Waterford)

2007

Aaron Murphy (Limerick)

Comórtas Beirte (Pairs - Seniors)

1983

Joe Shortt (Armagh) Tommy Quaid (Limerick) 154 pocs

1984

Justin McCarthy (Cork) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 153 pocs

1985

Ger Cunningham (Cork) Donal O'Brien (New York) 148 pocs

1986

John Kelly (Offaly) Tommy Quaid (Limerick) 117 pocs

1987

Des Donnelly (Antrim) Christy Ryan (Clare) 122 pocs

1988

Vincent Moore (Kildare) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 120 pocs

1989

John Conway (Kerry) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 119 pocs

1990

Des Donnelly (Antrim) Tommy Quaid (Limerick) 128 pocs

1991

Tommy Quaid (Limerick) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 115 pocs

1992

Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) Albert Kelly (Offaly) 125 pocs

1993

David Fitzgerald (Clare) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 141 Pocs

1994

Johnny Masterson (Meath) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 115 pocs

1995

Liam Shinners (Tipperary) Michael Shaughnessy (Galway) 110 pocs

1996

Paul Dunne (Louth) Niall Linnane (Galway) 81 pocs

1997

Colm Byrne (Wicklow) Kevin Coulter (Down) 121 pocs

1998

Seamus McMullan (Antrim) David Fitzgerald (Clare) 115 pocs

1999

Ian Scallan (Wexford) Brendan Cummins (Tipperary)

2000

Ritchie Burke (Galway) Christy O'Connor (Clare) 106 pocs

2001

Liam Shinners (Tipperary) Albert Shanahan (Limerick) 101 pocs

2002

Graham Clark (Down) David Fitzgerald (Clare) 108 pocs

2003

Paul Dunne (Louth) Tom Finn (Wicklow) 109 pocs

2004

Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) & Albert Shanahan (Liimerick) 102 pocs

2005

David Fitzgerald (Clare) and Damien Fitzhenry (Wexford) 119 pocs

2006

Eoin Kelly (Tipperary) & Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) 110 pocs

2007

Davy Fitzgearld (Clare) & Albert Shanahan (Limerick) 111 pocs

2008

Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) & Brendan Mc Namara (Clare) 111 pocs

2009

Jerry Fallon (Roscommon)  & Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) 121 pocs

2010

Jerry Fallon (Roscommon)  & James Skehill (Galway) 113 pocs

2011

Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) & Karol Keating (Down) 108 pocs

2012* Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) & Kevin McKernan Jnr. (Antrim) 86 Pocs*

2013

Brendan Cummins (Tipperary) & James Skehill (Galway) 108 Pocs

The Corn Cuailagne and Corn na Craoibhe Rua cups are presented to the winners.

* See 2012 Results Page Here

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