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2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
Donegal beat Kildare in the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-final.jpg
Championship details
Dates1 May - 18 September 2011
Teams33
All-Ireland Champions
Winning teamDublin (23rd win)
CaptainBryan Cullen
ManagerPat Gilroy
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing teamKerry
CaptainColm Cooper
ManagerJack O'Connor
Provincial Champions
MunsterKerry
LeinsterDublin
UlsterDonegal
ConnachtMayo
Championship statistics
No. matches played61
Goals total111 (1.82 per game)
Points total1,528 (25.05 per game)
Top Scorer
Colours of Kerry.svg
Colm Cooper (2-27)
Player of the Year
Colours of Dublin.svg
Alan Brogan
2010
2012

The 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 125th edition of the GAA's premier inter-county Gaelic football tournament, played between 31 counties of Ireland (excluding Kilkenny who only take part in the hurling championship), London and New York. The draw for the 2011 championship took place on 7 October 2010.[1] The 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final took place at Croke Park on 18 September 2011, with Dublin winning their 23rd title.[2][3]

Dublin and Donegal's All-Ireland semi-final in the 2011 championship was the lowest scoring in the era of 70-minute games (1975 onwards).[4]

Format

Four knockout (single elimination format) provincial championships were played. Kilkenny did not contest the football championship. London and New York competed in Connacht. The four provincial champions advanced to the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

  • The sixteen teams eliminated before reaching a provincial semi-final competed in Round One of the Qualifiers (New York did not compete). The eight winners of Round One advanced to Round Two.
    • Qualifiers, Round Two: The eight teams eliminated in provincial semi-finals each played one of the eight winners of Round One.
    • Qualifiers, Round Three: The eight winners of Round Two played off to reduce the number to four.
    • Qualifiers, Round Four: The four teams eliminated in provincial finals each played one of the four winners of Round Three.
  • All-Ireland Quarter-Finals: The four provincial champions each played one of the four winners of Round Four.
  • The winners of the All-Ireland Quarter-Finals then advanced to the Semi-Finals, and the winners of the Semi-Finals went on to the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final.

Fixtures and results

Munster Senior Football Championship

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Munster final
Kerry 1-22
Limerick 1-9
Kerry 0-19
Clare 0-16 Cork 1-10
Waterford 0-11 Clare 0-8
Tipperary 0-16 Cork 1-14
Cork 2-15
Final
Kerry0-19 - 1-10Cork
Declan O'Sullivan 0-5, Darran O'Sullivan 1-0, C Cooper (1f) B Sheehan, K Donaghy 0-2 each, K O'Leary, D Walsh, E Brosnan, J O'Donoghue 0-1 each Report D Goulding 0-5 (3f), D O'Connor 1-1 (1-0 pen), P Kerrigan 0-3, C Sheehan, A O'Connor, P Kelly 0-1 each
Attendance: 40,892
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)

Leinster Senior Football Championship

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Leinster final
Kildare 0-12
Wicklow 0-5 Kildare 0-16
Meath 0-10
Kildare 1-11
Laois 0-10 Dublin 1-12
Longford 0-9 Laois 0-11
Dublin 1-16
Wexford 1-12
Wexford 2-16 Dublin 2-12
Offaly 0-8 Wexford 1-24
Westmeath 0-15
Wexford 4-12
Carlow 0-10
Carlow 0-14
Louth 0-13
Final
Wexford1-12 - 2-12Dublin
B Brosnan 0-9 (4f, 2 '45), R Barry 1-0, C Lyng 0-2, A Flynn 0-1 Report J McCarthy 1-0, A Brogan, B Brogan (1f) 0-3 each, S Cluxton (1'45), D Bastick, P Flynn, B Cullen, K McMenamin, R McConnell 0-1 each, G Molloy 1-0 (o.g.)
Attendance: 43,983[5]
Referee: J Mc Quillan (Cavan)

Connacht Senior Football Championship

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Connacht final
New York 1-11
Roscommon 3-21 Roscommon 2-12
Sligo 0-10 Leitrim 0-6
Leitrim 1-10 Roscommon 0-11
Mayo 0-13
Galway 1-6
London 2-10 Mayo 1-12
Mayo 0-19
Final
Roscommon0-11 - 0-13Mayo
D Shine (0-4fs, 0-1 '45) 0-8, D Ward, S Kilbride, C Cregg 0-1 each Report C O'Connor (0-8f) 0-8, P Gardiner, K McLoughlin, A Moran, A Dillon, E Varley 0-1 each
Attendance: 25,609
Referee: M Collins (Cork)

Ulster Senior Football Championship

Preliminary Round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Ulster final
Derry 1-18
Fermanagh 1-10
Derry 3-14
Armagh 1-11
Armagh 1-15
Down 1-10
Derry 0-08
Donegal 1-11
Tyrone 1-13
Monaghan 1-11
Tyrone 0-9
Donegal 2-6
Cavan 1-8
Donegal 1-10 Donegal 2-14
Antrim 0-7
Final
Derry0-08 - 1-11Donegal
J Kielt 0-04 (2f), C Kielt 0-02, C Gilligan (f), M Donaghy 0-01 each Report M Murphy 1-02 (1-00 pen), C McFadden 0-04 (2f), M Hegarty, A Thompson 0-02 each, R Bradley 0-01
Attendance: 28,364
Referee: M Deegan (Laois)

All-Ireland qualifiers

Round 1

On 12 June 2011, the draw was made for the first round of the All Ireland Qualifiers. This draw contained all the teams who had been knocked out of their provincial competitions prior to the semi final stage, apart from New York.[6]

25 June 2011 Round 1 Clare 1-12 - 1-13 Down Cusack Park, Ennis
3:00pm D Tubridy 0-4 (3f), T Ryan 1-0, J Dowling, G Quinlan 0-2 each, A Clohessy, John Hayes, G Brennan, M Tubridy 0-1 each Report C Laverty 1-3, P McComiskey 0-4 (2f), M Clarke 0-2 (2fs), B McArdle, C Mooney, M Poland, B Coulter 0-1 each Attendance: 1,640
Referee: P O'Sullivan (Kerry)
25 June 2011 Round 1 Laois 2-16 - 0-11 Tipperary O'Moore Park, Portlaoise
7:00pm MJ Tierney 0-5 (3 '45s'), D Strong 1-2, C Begley 1-1, R Munnelly, D Kingston(2fs) 0-3 each, J O'Loughlin 0-2 Report B Grogan 0-4f, B Mulvihill 0-2, G Hannigan, S Grogan, H Coghlan, J Cagney; P Austin 0-1 each Attendance: 2,105
Referee: M Condron (Waterford)
25 June 2011 Round 1 Antrim 0-16 - 1-7 Westmeath Casement Park, Belfast
2:00pm T McCann 0-4 (2f, 2'45'), G O'Boyle 0-3 (2f), J Loughrey, B Herron, T Scullion 0-2 each, C Murray, K Niblock, P Cunningham 0-1 each Report J Heslin 0-4 (3f), J Dolan 1-0, B Murtagh, P Greville (f), D Dolan 0-1 each. Attendance: 4,000
Referee: M Sludden (Tyrone)
25 June 2011 Round 1 Louth 2-8 - 5-8 Meath Breffni Park, Cavan
7:00pm D Clarke 1-8 (0-7f), P Keenan 1-0 (pen) Report C Ward 4-3 (0-3f), S O'Rourke 0-3, P Gilsenan 1-0, G Reilly, J Sheridan 0-1 each Attendance: 18,243
Referee: M Deegan (Laois)
25 June 2011 Round 1 London 0-15 - 0-9 Fermanagh Emerald GAA Grounds, Ruislip
1:30pm E O'Neill 0-4 (2f), K O'Leary, P McGoldrick, C McCallion 0-2 each, P Geraghty, M Gottsche, T Gaughan, K Phair, C O'Sullivan 0-1 each Report J O'Flanaghan 0-5 (2f), D Kille (1f) 0-2, T Corrigan, B Og Maguire 0-1 each Attendance: 1,200
Referee: D Fahy (Longford)
25 June 2011 Round 1 Cavan 0-11 - 2-16 Longford Breffni Park, Cavan
5:00pm E Keating 0-4 (1f), S Johnston 0-3 (2f), J McEnroe, M McKeever, Michael Brennan (45), N McDermott (1f) 0-1 each Report S McCormack 0-9 (7f), P Barden 1-3, B Kavanagh 1-2, B McElvaney, C Smith 0-1 each Attendance: 18,243
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)
25 June 2011 Round 1 Wicklow 1-18 - 0-16 Sligo Aughrim County Ground, Aughrim
5:00pm C McGraynor 1-1, T Hannon 0-4 (1f, 2 '45s'), L Glynn (1f), S Furlong (1f) 0-3 each, N Mernagh, J Stafford 0-2 each, D Hayden, R Finn, P Earls 0-1 each Report A Marren 0-9 (7f), T Taylor 0-3, E O'Hara, B Egan, M Breheny, S Coen 0-1 each Attendance: 3,500
Referee: E Kinsella (Laois)
25 June 2011 Round 1 Offaly 1-18 - 1-10 Monaghan O'Connor Park, Tullamore
7:00pm N McNamee 1-4, C McManus 0-4 (3f), R Dalton 0-3, S Lonergan 0-2, K Casey, B Allen, N Darby, R Brady (f), D Egan 0-1 each Report C McGuinness 1-0, P Finlay (2f), O Duffy, N McAdam, C McManus (1f) 0-2 each, B O'Brien, C Hanratty 0-1 each Attendance: 3,600
Referee: S Doyle (Wexford)

Round 2

On 26 June 2011, the draw for Round 2 took place in Castlebar. This consisted of the winners of round one and losers of provincial semi-finals. Home advantage was given to the team drawn first.[7]

9 July 2011 Round 2 Limerick 3-13 - 0-15 Offaly Gaelic Grounds, Limerick
2:00pm I Ryan 1-7, G Collins 1-2, S O'Carroll 1-0, S Kelly 0-2 (2f), Thomas Lee, E O'Connor 0-1 each Report C McManus 0-7 (7f), K Casey, N McNamee 0-2 each, B Darby, N Darby, B Allen, P Bracken 0-1 each Attendance: 3,500
Referee: M Condon (Waterford)
9 July 2011 Round 2 Down 1-16 - 1-8 Leitrim Páirc Esler, Newry
3:00pm B Coulter 0-7, M Clarke 1-2 (1-0pen, 1'45), C Laverty, M Poland (1f) 0-2 each, K McKernan, L Doyle, P Fitzpatrick 0-1 each Report A Croal 1-1, E Mulligan 0-3 (3fs), R Lowe, B McDonald, J Glancy, C Kelly 0-1 each Attendance: 6,000
Referee: M Sludden (Tyrone)
9 July 2011 Round 2 Laois 0-10 - 3-16 Kildare O'Moore Park, Portlaoise
7:00pm D Kingston 0-3 (2f), N Donoher, MJ Tierney (2f) 0-2 each, P Clancy, B Quigley, R Munnelly 0-1 each Report J Doyle 1-4 (1 pen, 4f), J Kavanagh 1-1, T O'Connor 1-0, H Lynch 0-3, P O'Neill, E O'Flaherty (1 '45) 0-2 each, O Lyons, E Callaghan, F Dowling, B Flanagan 0-1 each Attendance: 11,395
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)
9 July 2011 Round 2 Longford 0-15 - 1-17 Tyrone Pearse Park, Longford
7:15pm S McCormack 0-6 (2f), F McGee, B Kavanagh 0-3 each, N Farrell, D McElligott, P Barden 0-1 each Report P Harte 0-7 (1f), M Donnelly 1-2, S Cavanagh (2f), C Cavanagh, M Penrose (1f) 0-2 each, K Coney, T McGuigan 0-1 each Attendance: 7,120
Referee: P Mc Enaney (Monaghan)
9 July 2011 Round 2 Armagh 0-19 - 2-13
A.E.T.
Wicklow Athletic Grounds, Armagh
7:00pm J Clarke 0-5, S McDonnell 0-4 (1f, 1'45), A Kernan, M Mackin 0-3 each, C Vernon, M O'Rourke, J Hanratty, G McParland 0-1 each Report S Furlong 2-4 (3f), L Glynn 0-4, T Hannon 0-3 (1f, 1'45), J Stafford, N Mernagh 0-1 each Attendance: 6,491
Referee: P Fox (Westmeath)
9 July 2011 Round 2 Meath 0-11 - 0-10 Galway Páirc Tailteann, Navan
7:10pm S Bray 0-3, G O'Brien, S McAnarney, S O'Rourke, B Meade, J Sheridan, G Reilly, B Farrell, C Ward (f) 0-1 each Report P Joyce 0-4 (1f), C Bane 0-3 (1f), J Duane, G Bradshaw, M Clancy 0-1 each Attendance: 17,000
Referee: M Collins (Cork)
9 July 2011 Round 2 Antrim 1-13 - 2-9 Carlow Casement Park, Belfast
3:00pm M Dougan 1-1, P Cunningham 0-3 (0-1f), C Murray, T McCann (0-1f), J Loughrey, K Niblock 0-2 each, G O'Boyle 0-1 (0-1sl) Report D St Ledger 0-4 (0-3f, 0-1 '45'), P Hickey, B Murphy 1-0 each, D Foley 0-3 (0-2f), T Walsh, B Murphy (0-1f) 0-1 each Referee: E Kinsella (Laois)
9 July 2011 Round 2 London 0-13 - 1-17 Waterford Emerald GAA Grounds, Ruislip
6:30pm T Gaughan, E O'Neill (3f) 0-3 each, K Phair 0-2f, P Geraghty, S McVeigh, P McGoldrick (1f), S Kelly (1f), M Gottsche ('45') 0-1 each Report P Whyte 0-7 (4f), G Hurney 1-3, W Hennessy 0-3, S Fleming, B Wall (2f) 0-2 each Attendance: 3,000
Referee: S Doyle (Wexford)
16 July 2011 Round 2 Replay Wicklow 0-10 - 2-9 Armagh Aughrim County Ground, Aughrim
7.00pm T Hannon 0-3 (0-2f, 0-1 '45'), P Earls, L Glynn, S Furlong (0-1f) 0-2 each, A O'Malley 0-1 Report J Clarke 2-2, M O'Rourke, S McDonnell (0-1f) 0-2 each, P Duffy, A Kernan (0-1f), G McParland 0-1 each Attendance: 6,500
Referee: R Hickey (Clare)

Round 3

On 10 July 2011, the draw for Rounds 3 and 4 took place. Round 3 consisted of the 8 winners of round two playing each other to reduce the number to 4. Round 4 consisted of losers of provincial finals playing the winners of Round 3. For Round 3, home advantage was given to the team drawn first, while Round 4 would be played at neutral venues.[8]

16 July 2011 Round 3 Limerick 0-14 - 0-9 Waterford Gaelic Grounds, Limerick
7.00pm S Kelly 0-7 (3f), J Mullane, S O'Carroll, G Collins (1f) 0-2 each, J Cooke 0-1 Report P Whyte 0-4 (2f), P Hurney 0-2, B Wall, S Fleming, G Hurney 0-1 each Attendance: 2,385
Referee: C Reilly (Meath)
16 July 2011 Round 3 Antrim 0-10 - 3-13 Down Casement Park, Belfast
7.00pm B Herron, K Niblock, P Cunnighan (2f) 0-2 each, G O'Boyle, D O'Hagan, J Crozier, T McCann ('45') 0-1 each Report M Clarke 1-4 (3f, 1 '45'), M Poland 0-4 (4f), C Laverty, C Mooney 1-0 each, B Coulter 0-2, A Branagan, K McKernan, P McComiskey 0-1 each Attendance: 9,500
Referee: P Hughes (Armagh)
16 July 2011 Round 3 Meath 0-14 - 2-11 Kildare Páirc Tailteann, Navan
7.00pm C Ward 0-9 (5f, 2 '45), S Kenny, S Bray 0-2 each, S O'Rourke 0-1 Report E Bolton, J Doyle (1-2f) 1-2 each, H McGrillen, M O'Flaherty, P O'Neill, E Callaghan, F Dowling, J Kavanagh, R Sweeney 0-1 each Attendance: 20,000
Referee: J Mc Quillan (Cavan)
23 July 2011 Round 3 Tyrone 2-13 - 0-13 Armagh Healy Park, Omagh
7.00pm T McGuigan 1-1, P Harte 0-4 (3f), Joe McMahon 1-0, M Donnelly 0-3, S O'Neill, S Cavanagh (1f), B McGuigan, K Coney 0-1 each Report S McDonnell 0-8 (5f, 1 pen), M O'Rourke 0-2, A Kernan (1f), B J Padden, M Mackin 0-1 each Attendance: 13,682
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)

Round 4

23 July 2011 Round 4 Down 0-14 - 2-20 Cork Croke Park, Dublin
6:00pm M Clarke 0-3 (2f), B Coulter, P McComiskey 0-2 each, C Garvey, C Maginn, D Hughes, M Poland, K McKernan, A Rogers, C Laverty 0-1 each Report D O'Connor 1-7 (4f), F Goold 1-2, P Kerrigan 0-3, P Kelly 0-2, D Goulding 0-1 (1f), P Kissane, P O'Neill, G Canty, A Walsh, J Miskella 0-1 each Attendance: 31,072
Referee: M Duffy (Sligo)
23 July 2011 Round 4 Limerick 1-18 - 1-17 Wexford O'Moore Park, Portlaoise
7:00pm I Ryan (1f), S Kelly (3f) 0-05 each, G Collins 0-04 (2f), E O'Connor 1-0, J Cooke 0-02, T Lee, S O'Carroll 0-01 each Report E Bradley 1-0, R Barry, PJ Banville, B Brosnan (2f) 0-03 each, A Morrissey, A Flynn, C Lyng (2f) 0-02 each, S Roche, B Malone 0-01 each Attendance: 3,700
Referee: D Fahy (Longford)
23 July 2011 Round 4 Kildare 0-19 - 0-13 Derry Croke Park, Dublin
4:00pm J Doyle 0-6 (6f), J Kavanagh 0-4, R Kelly, T O'Connor 0-2 each, H McGrillen, E Callaghan, E O'Flaherty, P O'Neill, R Sweeney 0-1 each Report C Gilligan 0-4 (3f), D Mullan 0-3, S Leo McGoldrick, E Muldoon, J Kielt (0-1f), J Diver, G O'Kane, B McGoldrick 0-1 each Attendance: 31,072
Referee: S Doyle (Wexford)
30 July 2011 Round 4 Tyrone 3-19 - 1-14 Roscommon Croke Park, Dublin
4:00pm S Cavanagh 2-03 (1f), M Donnelly 1-01, P Harte 0-04 (3f, 1 '45), C Cavanagh, K Coney, B McGuigan 0-02 each, P Jordan, K Hughes, C Gormley, O Mulligan, S O'Neill 0-01 each Report K Mannion 1-02, D Shine (2f), S Kilbride (1f) 0-04 each, D McDermott 0-02, J Rogers (1f), C Cregg 0-01 each Attendance: 39,612
Referee: M Deegan (Laois)

All-Ireland series

Donegal defeated Kildare in the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship in Jim McGuinness's first season in charge.
Donegal defeated Kildare in the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship in Jim McGuinness's first season in charge.
Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
         
Kerry 1-20
Limerick 0-10
Kerry 1-20
Mayo 1-11
Mayo 1-13
Cork 2-06
Kerry 1-11
Dublin 1-12
Donegal 1-12
Kildare 0-14
Donegal 0-06
Dublin 0-08
Dublin 0-22
Tyrone 0-15

Quarter-finals

The draw for the All-Ireland quarter-finals took place on 24 July 2011, and consisted of the provincial winners playing against the winners of round 4 of the qualifiers.[9] Originally, all the matches were due to take place on the weekend of 30 July 2011, but due to a draw requiring a replay during the qualifiers, one match was scheduled for the following weekend. All matches were scheduled to be played in Croke Park, Dublin.

Quarter-final
Kerry1-20 - 0-10Limerick
Darran O'Sullivan 1-3, Bryan Sheehan 0-6 (4f, 1 '45), C Cooper 0-3 (2f), T O Se, Declan O'Sullivan 0-2 each, K Young, A Maher, K Donaghy, J O'Donoghue 0-1 each Report S Kelly 0-4, I Ryan 0-2 (2f), J Riordan, G Collins, S O'Carroll, B Scanlon ('45) 0-1 each
Attendance: 22,732
Referee: P McEnaney (Monaghan)

Quarter-final
Mayo1-13 - 2-06Cork
K McLoughlin 1-1, C O'Connor 0-6 (5f), E Varley (1f), K Higgins, A Dillon, A Moran, J Doherty, R Hennelly (1'45) 0-1 each Report D O'Connor 1-2 (1-0 pen, 0-1 '45), P Kerrigan 1-2, J Miskella, F Goold (1f) 0-1 each
Attendance: 22,732
Referee: R Hickey (Clare)

Quarter-final
Donegal1-12 - 0-14
A.E.T.
Kildare
C Toye 1-1, M Murphy 0-3 (1f), K Cassidy 0-2, K Lacey, R Kavanagh, M McHugh, R Bradley, P McBrearty, D Molloy 0-1 each Report E O'Flaherty 0-6 (4f), A Smith 0-2, E Bolton, P O'Neill, E Callaghan, J Kavanagh, G White (f), R Sweeney 0-1 each
Attendance: 39,612
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)

Quarter-final
Dublin0-22 - 0-15Tyrone
D Connolly 0-7, B Brogan 0-5 (1f), A Brogan 0-3, P Flynn, S Cluxton (1f, 1 '45) 0-2 each, D Bastick, B Cullen, B Cahill 0-1 each Report S Cavanagh (3f), M Penrose (3f) 0-4 each, M Donnelly, Stephen O'Neill 0-2 each, B Dooher, E McGinley, P Harte (1f) 0-1 each
Attendance: 52,661
Referee: J Mc Quillan (Cavan)

Semi-finals

Semi-final
Mayo1-11 - 1-20Kerry
C O'Connor 1-3 (0-3f), D Vaughan 0-3, E Varley (1f), A Moran 0-2 each, L Keegan 0-1. Report C Cooper 1-7 (0-4f), B Sheehan 0-3 (3f), K O'Leary, K Donaghy, P Galvin 0-2 each, T O Se, Darran O'Sullivan, E Brosnan, S Scanlon 0-1 each
Attendance: 50,643
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)

Semi-final
Dublin0-08 - 0-06Donegal
B Brogan 0-04 (4f), S Cluxton 0-02 (1f, 1 '45), B Cullen, K McManamon 0-01 each Report C McFadden 0-4 (2f), K Cassidy, R Bradley 0-01 each
Attendance: 81,436
Referee: M Deegan (Laois)

Final

Final
Kerry1-11 - 1-12Dublin
C Cooper 1-03 (2f), B Sheehan 0-04 (2f, 1 ‘45), K Donaghy 0-02, Declan O’Sullivan, P Galvin 0-01 each Report B Brogan 0-06 (4f), K McManaman 1-00, S Cluxton (2f), A Brogan 0-02 each, K Nolan, D Bastick 0-01 each
Attendance: 82,300
Referee: J McQuillan (Cavan)

Championship statistics

Miscellaneous

Scoring

  • First goal of the championship: Kevin Higgins for Roscommon against New York (Connacht Quarter Final)
  • Last goal of the championship: Kevin McManamon for Dublin against Kerry (All-Ireland Final)
  • Widest winning margin: 18 points
  • Most goals in a match: 7
  • Most points in a match: 39
  • Most goals by one team in a match: 5
  • Highest aggregate score: 47 points
  • Lowest aggregate score: 14 points
  • Most goals scored by a losing team: 3
  • Most points scored by a losing team: 17

Top scorers

Season
Name Team Tally Total Games Average
1 Colm Cooper Kerry 2-27 33 6 5.5
2 Ben Brosnan Wexford 0-32 32 5 6.4
3 Bernard Brogan Dublin 0-29 29 6 4.8
4 John Doyle Kildare 2-21 27 6 4.5
5 Donncha O'Connor Cork 4-14 26 5 5.2
6 Ciarán Lyng Wexford 1-21 24 5 4.8
6 Cian Ward Meath 4-12 24 4 6
8 Cillian O'Connor Mayo 1-19 22 5 4.4
8 Daniel Goulding Cork 2-16 22 4 5.5
8 Martin Clarke Down 2-16 22 5 4.4
8 Donie Shine Roscommon 1-19 22 4 5.5
8 Sean Cavanagh Tyrone 2-16 22 6 3.66
Single game
Name Tally Total County Opposition
1 Cian Ward 4-3 15 Meath v Louth
2 Darren Clarke 1-8 11 Louth v Meath
3 Colm Cooper 1-07 10 Kerry v Mayo
3 Ciarán Lyng 0-10 10 Wexford v Westmeath
3 Ian Ryan 1-7 10 Limerick v Offaly
3 Donncha O'Connor 1-7 10 Cork v Down
3 Shane Roche 2-4 10 Wexford v Carlow
3 Seánie Furlong 2-4 10 Wicklow v Armagh
9 Sean McCormack 0-9 9 Longford v Cavan
9 Adrian Marren 0-9 9 Sligo v Wicklow
9 Ciarán Lyng 0-9 9 Wexford v Offaly

Awards

Monthly
Month Player County
May Ben Brosnan Wexford
June Alan Brogan Dublin
July Karl Lacey Donegal
August Colm Cooper Kerry
September Darran O'Sullivan Kerry
All Stars Awards

The 2011 All Stars Awards nominations were announced on 3 October 2011.[11] On 21 October, the winners of the awards were announced at an event at the National Convention Centre in Dublin. Alan Brogan was named All Stars Footballer of the Year and Cillian O'Connor was named All Stars Young Footballer of the Year.[12]

Position Winners Other Nominees
Goalkeepers Stephen Cluxton (Dublin) Brendan Kealy (Kerry) Paul Durcan (Donegal)
Full-backs Michael Foley (Kildare) Cian O'Sullivan (Dublin) Frank McGlynn (Donegal)
Marc Ó Sé (Kerry) Rory O'Carroll (Dublin) Tom O'Sullivan (Kerry)
Neil McGee (Donegal) Joe McMahon (Tyrone) Hugh McGrillen (Kildare)
Half-backs Karl Lacey (Donegal) Donal Vaughan (Mayo) Trevor Mortimer (Mayo)
Kevin Nolan (Dublin) Emmet Bolton (Kildare) Tomás Ó Sé (Kerry)
Kevin Cassidy (Donegal) Killian Young (Kerry) Ger Brennan (Dublin)
Midfielders Bryan Sheehan (Kerry) Alan O'Connor (Cork) Seán Cavanagh (Tyrone)
Michael Darragh Macauley (Dublin) John Doyle (Kildare) Denis Bastick (Dublin)
Half-forwards Alan Brogan (Dublin) Ben Brosnan (Wexford) Declan O'Sullivan (Kerry)
Darran O'Sullivan (Kerry) Alan Dillon (Mayo) Kevin McManamon (Dublin)
Paul Flynn (Dublin) Paddy Kelly (Cork) Eamonn Callaghan (Kildare)
Full-forwards Bernard Brogan (Dublin) Donnacha O'Connor (Cork) Michael Murphy (Donegal)
Colm Cooper (Kerry) Colm McFadden (Donegal) Eoin Bradley (Derry)
Andy Moran (Mayo) Diarmuid Connolly (Dublin) Cillian O'Connor (Mayo)

Media

Media coverage

Country/Countries or Continent Broadcaster(s)
Africa Setanta Africa
Australia Setanta Sports
Ireland RTÉ (including island of Ireland only web coverage on RTÉ website)
Setanta Sports 1 (Northern Ireland only, for matches broadcast to the Republic by TV3)
TV3 (Republic of Ireland only, including Republic of Ireland only web coverage on TV3 website)
BBC Northern Ireland
Great Britain Premier Sports
USA/Caribbean Premium Sports

This Is Our Year

This Is Our Year is a 2011 book by journalist Declan Bogue. The book examines the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship from the perspectives of ten Gaelic footballers from Ulster. The book achieved notoriety after Donegal footballer Kevin Cassidy was dropped from the team squad by manager Jim McGuinness over his contributions.[13][14][15] He released a statement in November 2011 saying it "appears my inter-county career is over".[16][17]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Provincial Championship 2011 draws take place". RTÉ Sport. 7 October 2010. Archived from the original on 8 October 2010. Retrieved 7 October 2010.
  2. ^ "Cluxton the hero as Dublin win All-Ireland". RTÉ Sport. 18 September 2011. Archived from the original on 23 September 2011. Retrieved 21 September 2011.
  3. ^ "Dublin end 16 years of hurt as heroic fightback sends capital into ecstasy". Irish Independent. 19 September 2011. Retrieved 21 September 2011.
  4. ^ Breheny, Martin (22 June 2013). "'Score goals or you have no chance of beating Donegal': Former scoring ace Tony Boyle issues challenge to Sam pretenders". Irish Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 22 June 2013.
  5. ^ O'Riordan, Ian (11 July 2011). "Final cut is cruel as Wexford's own goal is decisive". The Irish Times.
  6. ^ "Parnell set to host 'replay' of last year's Leinster final". RTÉ Sport. 13 June 2011. Retrieved 13 June 2011.
  7. ^ "Qualifier draw means old pals will do battle". Irish Independent. 27 June 2011. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
  8. ^ "Meath and Kildare to meet in qualifiers". RTÉ Sport. 10 July 2011. Archived from the original on 13 July 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2011.
  9. ^ "Cork to meet Mayo in last eight". RTÉ Sport. 24 July 2011. Archived from the original on 5 August 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011.
  10. ^ "Waterford punish Exiles' indiscipline". independent.
  11. ^ "All-Star football nominees are named". RTÉ Sport. 21 October 2011. Archived from the original on 4 October 2011. Retrieved 4 October 2011.
  12. ^ "Fennelly & Brogan are Players of the Year". RTÉ Sport. 21 October 2011. Retrieved 21 October 2011.[permanent dead link]
  13. ^ Keys, Colm (9 November 2011). "Donegal hero Cassidy axed for breaking code of silence on McGuinness methods". Irish Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 9 November 2011.
  14. ^ "Cassidy dropped from Donegal panel". RTÉ Sport. 8 November 2011. Archived from the original on 9 November 2011. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
  15. ^ "Sometimes it's better when you say nothing at all". Donegal Democrat. 10 November 2011. Archived from the original on 30 July 2012. Retrieved 10 November 2011.
  16. ^ "Cassidy makes statement on removal from panel". RTÉ Sport. 10 November 2011. Archived from the original on 11 November 2011. Retrieved 10 November 2011.
  17. ^ "Cassidy at a loss to explain dismissal". The Irish Times. Irish Times Trust. 10 November 2011. Retrieved 10 November 2011.
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