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2014 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2014 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
Championship details
Dates27 April 2014 — 27 September 2014
Teams15
All-Ireland champions
Winning teamKilkenny (35th win)
CaptainLester Ryan
ManagerBrian Cody
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing teamTipperary
CaptainBrendan Maher
ManagerEamon O'Shea
Provincial champions
MunsterCork
LeinsterKilkenny
UlsterNot Played
ConnachtNot Played
Championship statistics
No. matches played36
Goals total115 (3.19 per game)
Points total1327 (36.86 per game)
Top Scorer
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Séamus Callanan (9-50)[1]
Player of the Year
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Richie Hogan
All-Star TeamSee here
2013
2015
Clare v. Cork, Semple Stadium, 15 June 2014
Clare v. Cork, Semple Stadium, 15 June 2014

The 2014 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was the 127th staging of the All-Ireland championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1887. The draw for the 2014 fixtures took place on 3 October 2013.[2][3] The championship began on 27 April 2014 and ended on 7 September 2014.

On 7 June 2014 Kilkenny versus Offaly was broadcast on Sky Sports, the first time a Championship fixture was broadcast live to a UK-wide audience.[4][5] British viewers were reported to have been "amazed and confused", "bemused but impressed" and "amused and confounded" after seeing hurling for the first time.[6][7][8]

Clare entered the championship as defending champions, however, they were defeated by Wexford.[9] Kilkenny won the All-Ireland title following a 2-17 to 2-14 defeat of Tipperary after a replay.[10][11][12]


Overview

All teams from the 2013 championship continued to line out in hurling's top tier in 2014.

On 23 March 2013, the GAA's annual Congress adopted a proposal from the Central Competition Controls Committee (CCCC) which sought to introduce a round-robin qualifying group in Leinster for five designated counties.

Ten counties competed in the 2013 Leinster championship; however, the CCCC proposal decreased the Leinster competition to a field of five regulars, namely Kilkenny, Dublin, Wexford, Offaly and Galway, alongside two more from a round-robin qualifying group featuring Laois, Westmeath, Carlow, London and Antrim. These five teams each played four games, with the top two qualifying for the Leinster Championship quarter-finals. The fourth-placed team met the winner of the Christy Ring Cup in a promotion/relegation play-off. The bottom county faced automatic relegation to the Christy Ring Cup.[13][14]

Personnel and kits

Team Colours Sponsor Captain Vice-captain(s) Manager(s) Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial League
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Antrim
Saffron and white Creagh Concrete Neil McManus Kevin Ryan 2013
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Carlow
Red, green and yellow Dan Morrissey Ltd. Edward Coady John Meyler
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Clare
Saffron and blue Pat O'Donnell Patrick Donnellan Davy Fitzgerald 2013 1998 1977–78
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Cork
Red and white Chill Insurance Patrick Cronin Jimmy Barry-Murphy 2005 2006 1998
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Dublin
Navy and blue AIG John McCaffrey Anthony Daly 1938 2013 2011
Colours of Galway.svg
Galway
Maroon and white Supermac's Joe Canning[15] David Burke Anthony Cunningham 1988 2012 2010
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Kilkenny
Black and amber Glanbia Lester Ryan J.J. Delaney Brian Cody 2012 2011 2014
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Laois
Blue and white MW Hire Services Matthew Whelan Séamus Plunkett 1915 1949
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Limerick
Green and white Sporting Limerick Donal O'Grady T. J. Ryan 1973 2013 1997
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London
Green and white Bewley's Hotels Tommy Harrell 1901
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Offaly
Green, white and gold Carroll Cuisine Joe Bergin Brian Whelahan 1998 1995 1990–91
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Tipperary
Blue and gold Škoda Auto Brendan Maher[16] Noel McGrath Eamon O'Shea 2010 2012 2008
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Waterford
White and blue 3 Michael "Brick" Walsh[17] Jake Dillon Derek McGrath 1959 2010 2007
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Westmeath
Maroon and white Renault Eoin Price Brian Hanley
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Wexford
Purple and Gold Gain Garrett Sinnott Liam Dunne 1996 2004 1972–73

Summary

Championships

Level on Pyramid Competition Champions Runners Up
Tier 1 2014 All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
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Kilkenny
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Tipperary
Tier 1 (Leinster) 2014 Leinster Senior Hurling Championship
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Kilkenny
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Dublin
Tier 1 (Munster) 2014 Munster Senior Hurling Championship
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Cork
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Limerick
Tier 1 (Ulster) 2014 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship
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Antrim
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Derry
Tier 2 2014 Christy Ring Cup
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Kildare
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Kerry
Tier 3 2014 Nicky Rackard Cup
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Tyrone
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Fingal
Tier 4 2014 Lory Meagher Cup
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Longford
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Fermanagh

Broadcasting

In the first year of a deal running from 2014 until 2016, a total of 45 provincial and All-Ireland championship matches in hurling and football were broadcast live on television in Ireland.[18][19] A total of 31 games will be shown by RTÉ and 14 by Sky Sports for the first time. TV3's six year-involvement with broadcasting games came to an end in 2013. Sky Sports will also broadcast live the All-Ireland Hurling and Football semi-finals and finals along with RTÉ. [20][21][22][23][24][25]

The first game to be broadcast by Sky Sports was the Leinster quarter-final between Kilkenny and Offaly in Nowlan Park on Saturday 7 June.[26][27] Rachel Wyse and Brian Carney were announced as presenters of Sky's coverage, with Dave McIntyre and Mike Finnerty as commentators.[28] Analysts for the hurling championship were Jamesie O'Connor and Nicky English.[29][30]

In May, the GAA and RTÉ launched a new streaming service called GAAGO intended to stream championship games worldwide.[31] The subscription-based service will be available to fans everywhere in the world outside of the island of Ireland, including all the games broadcast in Ireland exclusively by Sky Sports.[32] All 45 televised games from the football and hurling championships, as broadcast by both RTÉ and Sky will be available to watch on GAAGO.[33] For Great Britain, the games broadcast by Sky will only be available through Sky. The price for a worldwide GAAGO 'Season Pass' is €110 while in Britain, the GB Pass will be €60. A pay-per-game option is available for €10, and this will rise to €14 for the quarter-final, semi-final and final stages of the championship.[34]

Despite massive interest in the Leinster hurling semi-final replay between Kilkenny and Galway on 28 June, the game will not be shown live on television. The throw in time is fixed for 7.00pm and Sky Sports are already covering the Ulster football semi-final between Monaghan and Armagh with the GAA's television contracts preventing live television coverage of two championship games at the same time.[35][36]

These matches were broadcast live on television in Ireland

Round RTÉ Sky Sports
Munster Championship Cork vs Waterford
Cork vs Waterford (replay shown online only)
Limerick vs Tipperary
Cork vs Clare
Cork vs Limerick

Leinster Championship Galway vs Kilkenny
Kilkenny vs Dublin
Offaly vs Kilkenny
Wexford vs Dublin
Qualifiers Clare vs Wexford
Clare vs Wexford (Replay)
Tipperary vs Galway
Tipperary vs Offaly
Wexford vs Waterford
Quarter-Finals Limerick vs Wexford
Tipperary vs Dublin
Semi-Finals Kilkenny vs Limerick
Cork vs Tipperary
Kilkenny vs Limerick
Cork vs Tipperary
Final Kilkenny vs Tipperary
Kilkenny vs Tipperary (Replay)
Kilkenny vs Tipperary
Kilkenny vs Tipperary (Replay)

Results

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

Qualifying group

Team Pld W D L SF SA SD Pts
1
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Antrim
4 4 0 0 3-80 5-55 19 8
2
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Laois
4 3 0 1 4-70 1-61 18 6
3
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Carlow
4 1 1 2 3-62 6-66 -13 3
4
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Westmeath
4 1 0 3 6-41 2-64 -11 2
5
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London
4 0 1 3 5-52 7-59 -13 1
Green background (rows 1 and 2) are positions that earn a place in the quarter-final
stages of the Leinster Championship. Blue background (row 4) indicates the team that
will be placed in a playoff with a team from the Christy Ring Cup to avoid relegation.
Red background (row 5) will be relegated, and will play in the Christy Ring Cup the
following season.

Round 1

27 April 2014 Round 1 London
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2-17 - 2-17 Carlow
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Emerald GAA Grounds
13:00 E Kelly 0-6 (5f, 1 65), M Duggan 1-1, H Vaughan, P Phelan 0-3, L Hands 1-0, S Lambert 0-2 (2f), D Moore, P Barry 0-1. Report M Kavanagh 2-2, S Murphy (1f), D Murphy (2f), J Kavanagh 0-3, J Doyle 0-2, A Gaule, C Wall, R Coady, D English 0-1. Referee: C Browne (Galway)
27 April 2014 Round 1 Antrim
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0-23 - 2-11 Westmeath
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Páirc Mac Uílín
15:00 P Shiels (0-12, 10fs), C Clarke, PJ O'Connell (0-3 each), E Campbell (0-2), N McManus, N McKenna, D Hamill (0-1 each). Report D McNicholas (2-1), N O'Brien (0-5, 4fs), E Price (0-3, 2fs), C Curley (0-2). Referee: F Horgan (Tipperary)

Round 2

4 May 2014 Round 2 Westmeath
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1-09 - 1-15 Laois
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Cusack Park
D McNicholas (1-01, 1-00f), R Greville (0-03), C Curley, D Gavin, N Conaty, N O'Brien, A Clarke (0-01 each) Report S Maher (1-04, 0-03f), W Hyland (0-05), N Foyle, T Fitzgerald, R King, C Dwyer, J Champion (0-01 each), M Whelan (0-01f)
4 May 2014 Round 2 Carlow
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1-17 - 2-18 Antrim
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Dr. Cullen Park
M Kavanagh (1-02, 1-00p), D Murphy, (0-05, 0-04f), J Kavanagh, S Kavanagh, P Cody, A Gaule (0-02 each), R Coady, J Doyle (1-01 each) Report P Shiels (0-11, 0-08f), P O'Connell (2-03), C McCann (0-03), C Clarke (0-01f)

Round 3

11 May 2014 Round 3 Antrim
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1-17 - 2-07 London
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Páirc Mac Uílín
P Shiels (1-10 0-04f 0-02'65), C Clarke (0-03 0-01f), N McManus, E Campbell, C Johnson, S McAfee (0-01 each) Report E Kelly (0-05 0-03f 0-02 '65), K Walsh, M Duggan (1-00 each) D Moore, P Phelan (0-01 each)
11 May 2014 Round 3 Laois
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1-22 - 0-14 Carlow
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O'Moore Park
S Maher (0-12 0-08f), T Fitzgerald (1-00), C Dwyer, W Hyland, R King (0-02 each), D Palmer, P Whelan, N Foyle, J Brophy (0-01 each) Report D Murphy (0-10 0-09f), C Wall, M Kavanagh, A Gaule, D Byrne (0-01 each)

Round 4

18 May 2014 Round 4 London
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0-16 - 2-13 Laois
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Emerald GAA Grounds
E Kelly (0-11, 0-09f), M Duggan (0-02, 0-02f), J Barrett (0-02, 0-02f), K Killilea (0-01). Report S Maher (0-06, 0-05f), N Foyle (1-01),J Brophy (1-00), M Whelan (0-02, 0-02f), J Fitzpatrick (0-01), J Purcell (0-01), W Hyland (0-01), PJ Scully (0-01) Referee: F Horgan (Tipperary)
18 May 2014 Round 4 Carlow
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0-14 - 1-09 Westmeath
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Dr. Cullen Park
D Murphy (0-07, 0-05f), S Murphy (0-04), M Kavanagh (0-01), P Coady (0-01), A Gaul (0-01). Report N O'Brien (0-04, 0-04f), D McNicholas (1-00, 1-00 pen), A Clarke (0-02), Eoin Price (0-02), Robbie Greville (0-01). Referee: J Keenan (Wicklow)

Round 5

24 May 2014 Round 5 Westmeath
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2-12 - 1-12 London
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Cusack Park
A Devine (2-3), N O'Brien (0-4, 3f), A Clarke (0-3), P Gilsenan (0-1), L Varley (0-1). Report E Kelly (1-8, 1-7f), H Vaughan (0-2), D Egan (0-1), M Duggan (0-1). Referee: E Hassan
25 May 2014 Round 5 Laois
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0-20 - 0-22 Antrim
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O'Moore Park
S Maher (0-09, 5f), W Hyland (0-05), R King (0-02), P Whelan (0-01), N Foyle (0-01), T Fitzgerald (0-01), J Campion (0-01). Report P Shiels (0-09, 8f), PJ O'Connell (0-04), C McCann (0-03), A Graffin (0-02), E Campbell (0-01), C Clarke (0-01), Conor Johnson (0-01), S McAfee (0-01).

Promotion play-off

14 June 2014 Promotion
play-off
Westmeath
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2-22 - 2-13 Kildare
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Cusack Park
14:00 N O'Brien (0-11, 6f, 2'65), D McNicholas (1-2), A Devine (1-1), R Greville (0-2), D Gavin (0-2), A Clarke (0-2), A Craig (0-1), J Boyle (0-1). Report G Keegan (1-2), B Deay (1-1), P Divilly (0-4, 1f, 2'65), R Casey (0-2), M Moloney (0-2), M Fitzgerald (0-1), M Delaney (0-1). Referee: J Keenan

Knock-out

Quarter-final Semi-finals Leinster final
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Laois
0-23  
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Galway
1-22    
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Galway
(R)
5-16
1-17
 
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Kilkenny
5-32    
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Kilkenny
(R)
3-22
3-19
 
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Offaly
1-18      
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Kilkenny
0-24
         
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Dublin
1-09
       
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Wexford
1-14
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Antrim
0-21    
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Dublin
0-22    
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Wexford
5-19  

1 June 2014 Quarter-final Antrim
Colours of Antrim.svg
0-21 - 5-19 Wexford
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O'Moore Park
14:00 P Shiels (0-06, 6f), N McManus (0-05), C McCann (0-04), D Hamill (0-04), PJ O'Connell (0-01), Conor Johnston (0-01). report R Jacob (2-02), C McDonald (2-02), P Morris (0-06, 5f), L Óg McGovern (1-00), P Doran (0-03), I Byrne (0-02), J Guiney (0-01), D Redmond (0-01), L Chin (0-01, 1f), L Ryan (0-01). Referee: A Kelly (Galway)
1 June 2014 Quarter-final Laois
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0-23 - 1-22 Galway
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O'Moore Park
16:00 T Fitzgerald (0-03), W Hyland (0-03), N Foyle (0-03), C Dwyer (0-03, 0-01sl), S Maher (0-03, 0-03f), T Delaney (0-02), J Fitzpatrick (0-02), B Stapleton (0-01), J Campion (0-01), J Walsh (0-01), R King (0-01). report C Cooney 0-7, (3f), J Glynn 1-0, N Burke, J Flynn, J Canning, C Mannion and P Brehony 0-2 each, J Coen, David Burke, D Collins, P Killeen and I Tannian 0-1 each. Referee: C McAllister (Cork)
7 June 2014 Quarter-final Kilkenny
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5-32 - 1-18 Offaly
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Nowlan Park
19:00 E Larkin 2-4, C Fennelly 1-6, TJ Reid 0-6 (2fs), M Kelly 2-0, W Walsh 0-4, M Fennelly, R Hogan, A Fogarty 0-3 each, L Ryan 0-2, P Murphy 0-1. report B Carroll 1-10 (6fs), S Ryan, S Dooley, D Currams, C Parlon, J Bergin, R Hanniffy, S Quirke, C Mahon 0-1 each. Referee: J Owens (Wexford)
14 June 2014 Semi-final Wexford
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1-14 - 0-22 Dublin
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Wexford Park
19:00 P Morris (0-6, 4fs, 2 65s), P Doran (1-1), C McDonald, L Óg McGovern (0-2 each), J Guiney, D O’Keeffe, L Chin (0-1 each). report A McCrabbe (0-9, 6fs), C Keaney (0-5), P Ryan (0-3), M Carton (0-2), C Cronin, J Boland, D Treacy (0-1 each). Referee: C Lyons (Cork)
22 June 2014 Semi-final Galway
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5-16 - 3-22 Kilkenny
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O'Connor Park
16:00 C Cooney (2-07, 0-04f, 0-02 ‘65), J Canning (2-03, 2-00 pens), N Burke (1-02), J Flynn (0-02), A Smith (0-01), J Glynn (0-01). report TJ Reid (1-08, 0-07f), C Fennelly (1-03), R Hogan (0-05), E Larkin (1-01), P Walsh (0-02), T Walsh (0-01), A Fogarty (0-01), H Shefflin (0-01). Referee: J Ryan (Tipperary)
28 June 2014 Semi-final replay Galway
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1-17 - 3-19 Kilkenny
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O'Connor Park
19:00 C Cooney 0-11 (0-9 fs), J Flynn 1-1, J Canning, 0-1 (0-1 lineball), I Tannian, D Burke, A Smith 0-1. report TJ Reid 2-11 (0-10 fs), A Fogarty 1-1, P Walsh 0-3, R Hogan 0-2, T Walsh, E Larkin 0-1. Attendance: 17,059
Referee: J Owens (Wexford)
6 July 2014 Final Dublin
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1-09 - 0-24 Kilkenny
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Croke Park
16:00 C Cronin (1-01), A McCrabbe (0-03, 0-03f), D O'Callaghan, D Sutcliffe, C McCormack (0-01 each), C Keaney (0-01, 0-01 pen) report TJ Reid (0-10, 0-04f, 0-04'65), C Fennelly, H Shefflin (0-03 each), P Walsh (0-02), R Hogan (0-02, 0-01f), B Hogan, W Walsh, J Power, A Fogarty (0-01 each) Attendance: 32,567
Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Quarter-final Semi-finals Munster final
     
       
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Tipperary
2-16  
       
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Limerick
2-18  
         
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Limerick
0-24
         
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Cork
2-24
       
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Clare
2-18
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Waterford
1-21
0-14
   
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Cork
2-23    
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Cork
1-21
0-28
 
25 May 2014 Quarter-final Waterford
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1-21 - 1-21 Cork
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Semple Stadium
16:00 P Mahony (0-11, 0-09 f), A Gleeson (1-02), B O’Sullivan (0-02), B Coughlan (0-01), J Nagle (0-01), T de Búrca (0-01), J Dillon (0-01), S Walsh (0-01), E Barrett (0-01). report P Horgan (0-12, 0-08 frees 0-01 ’65), B Cooper (1-01), A Cadogan (0-04), A Walsh (0-02), C Lehane (0-01), S Harnedy (0-01). Attendance: 16,025
Referee: B Gavin (Offaly)
1 June 2014 Semi-final Tipperary
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2-16 - 2-18 Limerick
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Semple Stadium
16:15 G Ryan (1-02), J O’Dwyer, (0-05, 1f) S Callanan (0-05, 3f), Patrick Maher (1-00), N McGrath (0-01), N O'Meara (0-01), L Corbett (0-01), D Maher (0-01). report S Dowling (2-09, 1-09f), D O’Grady (0-02), K Downes (0-02), P Browne (0-01), D Hannon (0-01), G Mulcahy (0-01), S Hickey (0-01), T Ryan (0-01). Attendance: 24,912
Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)
8 June 2014 Quarter-final
replay
Waterford
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0-14 - 0-28 Cork
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Semple Stadium
15:30 P Mahony (0-05, 3f, 1 65), A Gleeson (0-03), C Dunford (0-02), S O'Sullivan (0-01), B O’Sullivan (0-01), S Walsh (0-01), R Foley (0-01). report P Horgan (0-10, 5f), C Lehane (0-04), S Harnedy (0-03), B Cooper (0-03), D Kearney (0-02), P O’Sullivan (0-02), C Joyce (0-01), A Cadogan (0-01), S Moylan (0-01), R O'Shea (0-01). Attendance: 22,093
Referee: J Ryan (Tipperary)
15 June 2014 Semi-final Clare
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2-18 - 2-23 Cork
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Semple Stadium
16:00 Colin Ryan 0-6 (5f, 1 65), J Conlon 1-2, D Honan 1-0, C McGrath, C Galvin, N O’Connell (0-2 each), T Kelly, P Collins, P Donnellan, C McInerney 0-1 each. report P Horgan 2-11 (1-11f, 1-0 pen), A Cadogan, D Kearney 0-3 each, C Lehane 0-2, D Cahalane, A Walsh, W Egan, P O’Sullivan 0-1 each. Attendance: 28,660
Referee: J McGrath (Westmeath)
13 July 2014 Final Cork
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2-24 - 0-24 Limerick
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Páirc Uí Chaoimh
16:00 P Horgan (0-08, 0-06f), S Harnedy (1-02), C Lehane (0-05), P O’Sullivan (1-01), A Cadogan (0-03), A Walsh, B Cooper (0-02 each), A Nash (0-01, 0-01f) report S Dowling (0-12, 0-09f), G Mulcahy (0-03), D O’Grady (0-02), P O’Brien, W McNamara, J Ryan, P Browne, D Hannon, K Downes, D Breen (0-01 each) Attendance: 36,075
Referee: B Gavin (Offaly)

All-Ireland qualifiers

Round 1

28 June 2014 Round 1 Waterford
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2-22 - 1-15 Laois
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Walsh Park
19:00 P Mahony 0-11 (10f), S Walsh 2-1, J Dillon 0-3, G O’Brien 0-2, D Fives, A Gleeson, C Dunford, S Prendergast, K Moran 0-1 each. report W Hyland 0-5, N Foyle 1-0, M Whelan (2 65s), S Maher (2f), R King (2f) & J Purcell 0-2 each, J Campion, C Dwyer 0-1 each. Attendance: 5,025
Referee: A Kelly (Galway)
29 June 2014 Round 1 Antrim
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1-20 - 2-19 Offaly
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Páirc Mac Uílín
14:00 P Shiels (0-08, 4f, 1 65), PJ O’Connell (1-02), C Clarke (0-03), N McAuley (0-01), N McManus (0-01, 1f), T McCann (0-01), J McGreevy (0-01), C McCann (0-01), M Bradley (0-01), S McAfee (0-01). report B Carroll (1-04, 1-2f, 2 65), J Bergin (0-05, 2f), D Kenny (1-00), S Dooley (0-03), C Egan (0-02), D Currams (0-01), D Morkan (0-01), S Cleary (0-01), C Parlon (0-01); C Mahon (0-01). Referee: J McGrath (Westmeath)
5 July 2014 Round 1 Clare
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2-25 - 2-25
(a.e.t)
Wexford
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Cusack Park
15:30 Colin Ryan (0-12, 0-10 frees), C McGrath (1-05), S Morey (1-00), T Kelly (0-04), C McInerney (0-02), C Dillon, Conor Ryan (0-01 each) report P Morris (0-10, 0-05 frees, 0-01 pen, 0-01 '65), L McGovern (1-04), C McDonald (1-01), L Chin (0-03), D Redmond, A Shore, R Jacob, J Guiney, D O'Keeffe, I Byrne (0-01 each), E Moore (0-01, 0-01 free) Referee: C McAllister (Cork)
5 July 2014 Round 1 Tipperary
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3-25 - 4-13 Galway
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Semple Stadium
19:00 S Callanan (3-08, 0-07f), J O’Dwyer (0-06), N McGrath (0-05), L Corbett (0-02), J Woodlock, Patrick Maher, K Bergin, S McGrath (0-01 each) report J Glynn (2-00), J Canning (0-05, 1sl), C Cooney (0-04f), J Flynn, David Burke (1-00 each), C Mannion (0-2), P Brehony, D Glennon (0-01 each) Referee: C Lyons (Cork)
12 July 2014 Round 1
replay
Wexford
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2-25 - 2-22
(a.e.t)
Clare
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Wexford Park
17:00 J Guiney (0-10, 0-08f), P Morris (0-07, 0-04f), C McDonald (1-01), H Kehoe (1-00), L Chin, L McGovern (0-02 each), D Redmond, D O'Keeffe, R Jacob (0-01 each) report J Conlon (1-05), D Honan (1-01), C Ryan (0-05, 0-04f, 0-01 ‘65’), C McGrath (0-04), T Kelly (0-03), J Shanahan (0-02), C Galvin (0-01), P Kelly (0-01, 0-01f) Referee: J Ryan (Tipperary)

Round 2

12 July 2014 Round 2 Tipperary
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5-25 - 1-20 Offaly
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O'Moore Park
19:00 S Callanan (2-10, 0-07f), L Corbett (2-02), P Maher (1-01), K Bergin (0-04), D Maher (0-02), J Woodlock, J O’Dwyer, N McGrath, T Stapleton, E Kelly, J Forde (0-01 each) report B Carroll (0-13, 0-10f), C Egan (1-00), J Bergin (0-03, 0-01f, 0-01 65’), C Parlon, D Currams, S Ryan, S Dooley (0-01 each) Referee: A Kelly (Galway)
19 July 2014 Round 2 Waterford
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2-15 - 3-15 Wexford
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Nowlan Park
19.00 C Dunford (2-01), P Mahony (0-07, 6f, 1 65), A Gleeson (0-03), J Dillon (0-02), S Walsh, S Molumphy (0-01 each) report P Morris (1-06, 0-3f), C McDonald (1-02), D Redmond (1-00), P Doran, L Og McGovern (0-2 each), J Guiney, D O’Keeffe, I Byrne (0-01 each) Referee: C Lyons(Cork)

All-Ireland series

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
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Tipperary
2-23  
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Dublin
0-16    
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Cork
1-11  
       
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Tipperary
2-18  
         
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Tipperary
1-28

2-14

         
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Kilkenny
3-22

2-17

       
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Kilkenny
2-13
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Limerick
4-26    
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Limerick
0-17    
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Wexford
1-11  

Quarter-finals

27 July 2014 Quarter-final Limerick
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4-26 - 1-11 Wexford
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Semple Stadium
2.00pm S Dowling (2-08, 0-05f), P Browne, D Breen (1-01 each), D Hannon (0-04), G Mulcahy (0-03), S Tobin (0-03, 1f), J Ryan (0-02), W McNamara (0-01) report S Tomkins (1-00), D O’Keeffe (0-03), J Guiney (0-03, 1f, 1 65), P Doran, C McDonald (0-02 each), P Morris (0-01) Attendance: 43,088
Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)
27 July 2014 Quarter-final Tipperary
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2-23 - 0-16 Dublin
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Semple Stadium
4.00pm S Callanan (0-11, 0-07f, 0-02 ’65), J O’Dwyer (2-02, 0-01f), G Ryan (0-03), L Corbett (0-02), S McGrath, J Woodlock, Patrick Maher, N McGrath, S Bourke (0-01 each) report A McCrabbe (0-05f), C Keaney (0-02), P Ryan (0-02, 0-01 ’65), L Rushe, J McCaffrey, R O’Dwyer, D Sutcliffe, D Treacy, D O’Callaghan, E Dillon (0-01 each) Attendance: 43,088
Referee: B Gavin (Offaly)

Semi-finals

10 August 2014 Semi-final Kilkenny
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2-13 - 0-17 Limerick
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Croke Park
15:30 TJ Reid (0-5, frees); C Fennelly (0-4); R Hogan, R Power (1-0 each); P Walsh, M Fennelly (0-2 each). Report S Dowling (0-7, 4 frees, 1 65); D Hannon (0-5); G Mulcahy (0-2); D O’Grady, D Breen, S Tobin (0-1 each). Attendance: 45,478
Referee: J McGrath (Westmeath)
17 August 2014 Semi-final Cork
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1-11 - 2-18 Tipperary
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Croke Park
15:30 C Lehane (0-4); R O’Shea (1-0); A Nash, P Horgan (0-2, frees each); A Cadogan, S Harnedy, A Walsh (0-1 each). Report S Callanan (2-4); J O’Dwyer (0-6); S McGrath, J Woodlock (0-3 each); N McGrath (0-2). Attendance: 68,728
Referee: J Owens (Wexford)

Final

7 September 2014 Final Kilkenny
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3-22 - 1-28 Tipperary
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Croke Park
15:30 TJ Reid 1-8 (6f), R Power 2-1, R Hogan 0-6, E Larkin 0-2, C Fennelly, M Fennelly, C Fogarty, W Walsh, B Hogan 0-1 each. Report S Callanan 0-7 (2f), J O’Dwyer 0-7 (2f), Patrick Maher 1-1, N McGrath 0-4, S McGrath, L Corbett 0-2 each, J Woodlock, G Ryan, M Cahill, P Stapleton, J Forde 0-1 each. Attendance: 82,179
Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)
27 September 2014 Replayed Final Kilkenny
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2-17 - 2-14 Tipperary
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Croke Park
17:00 TJ Reid 0-5(5f), R Power 1-1 (1 ’65′), J Power 1-1, C Fennelly 0-3, R Hogan 0-2, M Fennelly 0-2, E Larkin 0-2, P Walsh 0-1 Report S Callanan 2-5 (4f, 0-1 pen), J O’Dwyer 0-3 (1 ’65′), S McGrath 0-3, N McGrath 0-2, B Maher 0-1 Attendance: 81,753
Referee: B Gavin (Offaly)

Statistics

Scoring

  • First goal of the championship:
  • Widest winning margin: 26 points
  • Most goals in a match: 8
  • Most points in a match: 50
  • Most goals by one team in a match: 5
  • Highest aggregate score: 68
  • Lowest aggregate score: 26
  • Most goals scored by a losing team: 4

Top scorers

Overall
Rank Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Séamus Callanan
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Tipperary
9-50 77 7 11.00
2 T. J. Reid
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Kilkenny
4-53 65 7 9.28
3 Paul Shiels
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Antrim
1-56 59 6 9.83
4 Patrick Horgan
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Cork
2-43 49 5 9.80
5 Shane Dowling
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Limerick
4-36 48 4 12.00
6 Paul Morris
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Wexford
1-36 39 6 6.50
7 Stephen Maher
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Laois
1-34 37 6 6.16
8 John O'Dwyer
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Tipperary
2-30 36 7 5.14
9 Conor Cooney
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Galway
2-29 35 4 8.75
10 Pauric Mahony
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Waterford
0-34 34 4 8.50
Single game
Rank Player County Tally Total Opposition
1 Séamus Callanan
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Tipperary
3-8 17
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Galway
Patrick Horgan
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Cork
2-11 17
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Clare
T. J. Reid
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Kilkenny
2-11 17
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Galway
4 Séamus Callanan
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Tipperary
2-10 16
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Offaly
5 Shane Dowling
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Limerick
2-9 15
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Tipperary
6 Shane Dowling
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Limerick
2-8 14
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Wexford
7 Conor Cooney
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Galway
2-7 13
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Kilkenny
Paul Shiels
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Antrim
1-10 13
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London
Brian Carroll
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Offaly
1-10 13
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Kilkenny
Brian Carroll
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Offaly
0-13 13
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Tipperary

Clean sheets

Rank Goalkeeper County Clean sheets
1 Eoin Reilly
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Laois
3
2 Peter Collins
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Westmeath
2
Mark Fanning
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Wexford
Anthony Nash
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Cork
5 Chris O'Connell
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Antrim
1
Colm Callanan
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Galway
Stephen O'Keeffe
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Waterford
Alan Nolan
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Dublin
Darren Gleeson
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Tipperary
David Herity
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Kilkenny

Discipline

  • First red card of the championship: Aaron Craig for Westmeath against Antrim (27 April 2014)

Miscellaneous

  • Limerick's 2-18 to 2-16 Munster semi-final defeat of Tipperary was their first victory over their near neighbours at Semple Stadium since 1973.
  • Kilkenny's tally of 5-32, or 47 points, was the biggest score the Cats have posted in a championship match during Brian Cody's tenure as manager.[37]
  • For the fourth time in five years the Munster champions were defeated in their All-Ireland semi-final.
  • The aggregate score of 4-50 (62) in the drawn All-Ireland final is the largest combined tally in a championship decider since 1970.
  • For the third year in-a-row the All-Ireland final ends in a draw.
  • Henry Shefflin of Kilkenny becomes the first player to win ten All-Ireland medals on the field of play.

Controversies

Involvement of the British Sky Broadcasting Group

The decision by the GAA to grant access to satellite broadcasting company BSkyB of Championship hurling was criticised in some quarters.[38] The first attempt by Sky Sports to cover live televised hurling - a Leinster Championship encounter between Kilkenny and Offaly - drew an audience share of less than 10 per cent of that which tuned into the free-to-air Dublin/Laois encounter at Croke Park the following day.[39] In addition, the match was erroneously billed in advance by Sky as a "Connacht GAA football" game.[40]

Awards

Sunday Game Team of the Year

The Sunday Game team of the year was picked on 28 September, which was the night after the final replay. Richie Hogan was named the Sunday game player of the year.[41]

  • Darren Gleeson (Tipperary)
  • Paul Murphy (Kilkenny)
  • JJ Delaney (Kilkenny)
  • Seamus Hickey (Limerick)
  • Brendan Maher (Tipperary)
  • Padraic Maher (Tipperary)
  • Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny)
  • Richie Hogan (Kilkenny)
  • Conor Fogarty (Kilkenny)
  • TJ Reid (Kilkenny),
  • Patrick Maher (Tipperary)
  • John O'Dwyer (Tipperary)
  • Colin Fennelly (Kilkenny)
  • Seamus Callinan (Tipperary)
  • Shane Dowling (Limerick)
All Star Team of the Year

Richie Hogan was named the All Stars player of the year with Cathal Barrett named as the young player of the year at the awards ceremony on 24 October.[42] [43]

Pos. Player Team Appearances
GK
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Darren Gleeson
Tipperary 1
RCB
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Paul Murphy
Kilkenny 3
FB
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J. J. Delaney
Kilkenny 7
LCB
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Séamus Hickey
Limerick 1
RWB
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Brendan Maher
Tipperary 2
CB
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Pádraic Maher
Tipperary 3
LWB
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Cillian Buckley
Kilkenny 1
MD
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Richie HoganHOTY
Kilkenny 2
MD
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Shane McGrath
Tipperary 2
RWF
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John O'Dwyer
Tipperary 1
CF
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Patrick Maher
Tipperary 1
LWF
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T. J. Reid
Kilkenny 2
RCF
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Colin Fennelly
Kilkenny 1
FF
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Séamus Callanan
Tipperary 1
LCF
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Shane Dowling
Limerick 1

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