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1994 Connacht Senior Football Championship

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1994 Connacht Senior Football Championship
Tournament details
TrophyJ. J. Nester Cup
Teams6
Winners
ChampionsLeitrim (2nd win)
Qualify forAll-Ireland SFC
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The 1994 Connacht Senior Football Championship was the installment of the annual Connacht Senior Football Championship held under the auspices of Connacht GAA.

The winning team qualified for the 1994 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Leitrim won their second title and their first since 1927.[1]

Teams

The Connacht championship is contested by the five counties in the Irish province of Connacht and London.

Team Colours Sponsor Manager Captain Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial
Galway
Colours of Galway.svg
Maroon and white
Tommy Varden Catering Bosco McDermott
1987
Leitrim
Colours of Leitrim.svg
Green and gold
John O'Mahony
London
Colours of London.svg
Green and white
Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
Green and red
Genefit Jack O'Shea [[]]
1993
Roscommon
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Primrose and royal blue
Donie Shine
1991
Sligo
Colours of Sligo.svg
Black and white
P. J. Carroll

Results

Quarter-finals

5 June 1994 Quarter-final Roscommon 0-12 – 1-10 Leitrim Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon
D Duggan 0-6, D Connellan 0-3, A Rooney 0-5, G Dugdale 1-0, J Ward 0-2, L Conlon 0-2, D Darcy 0-1. Attendance: 11,408
Referee: B White (Wexford)
5 June 1994 Quarter-final London 0-6 – 2-21 Galway Emerald GAA Grounds, Ruislip
N Harrington 0-2, V Dowd 0-1, E Prenter 0-1, J Landy 0-1, O Murphy 0-1. F O'Neill 1-9, S Conlon 1-0, M Donnellan 0-2, Ja Fallon 0-2, K Walsh 0-2, V Daly 0-2, A Mac Carthaigh 0-1, N Finnegan 0-1, F Gavin 0-1, S Óg de Paor 0-1. Attendance: 800

Semi-finals

26 June 1994 Semi-final Mayo 2-18 – 1-5 Sligo McHale Park, Castlebar
K O'Neill 1-7, L McHale 1-1, K lydon 0-3, R Goulding 0-3, K McDonnell 0-1, P Butler 0-1, P Fallon 0-1, K Staunton 0-1. M McGrath 1-3, T Deignan 0-1, F Feeney 0-1. Attendance: 6,291
Referee: M Curley (Galway)
3 July 1994 Semi-final Leitrim 0-9 – 1-6 Galway Páirc Sheáin Mhic Dhiarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon
G Dugdale 0-3, A Rooney 0-2, P Kieran 0-2, D Darcy 0-1, P Donoghue 0-1. C McGauran 1-1, F O'Neill 0-2, Ja Fallon 0-2, M Donnellan 0-1. Attendance: 10,042
Referee: S McHale (Mayo)
10 July 1994 Semi-final replay Galway 0-10 – 0-11 Leitrim Tuam Stadium, Tuam
S Walsh 0-3, K Walsh 0-2, F O'Neill 0-2, Ja Fallon 0-1, V Daly 0-1. C McGlynn 0-2, P Kenny 0-2, A Rooney 0-2, B Breen 0-2, D Darcy 0-1, G Dugdale 0-1, P Kieran 0-1. Attendance: 7,074
Referee: S McHale (Mayo)

Final

24 July 1994 Final Leitrim 0-12 – 2-4 Mayo Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon
A Rooney 0-4, L Conlon 0-2, D Darcy 0-2, M Quinn 0-2, P Kenny 0-1, P Kieran 0-1. K Staunton 1-0, P Fallon 1-0, Golding 0-2, K McDonnell 0-1, K O'Neill 0-1. Attendance: 18,271
Referee: M Curley (Galway)

References

  1. ^ "Favourite sporting moment: Leitrim lift the cup". RTÉ Sport. 22 April 2020.

External links

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