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Dublin Join 4 in a Row Club

Monday 03.09.2018
Team Talk Mag
GAA


DUBLIN ENTER EXCLUSIVE FOUR-IN-A-ROW CLUB

And then there were four! Dublin have become the fourth team to win the GAA football All-Ireland senior championships for a fourth successive year, following their six-point win over Tyrone in the final.
They joined Wexford (1915-18), Kerry (1929-32) and Kerry (1978-81) in the four-timer club. In addition, they have won six of the last eight titles, missing out only in 2012 and 2014. Kerry have done even better at minor level, winning the title for a fifth successive year with a four-point win over Galway in Sunday’s final. Dublin’s win was their 28th in the All-Ireland final, leaving them nine behind Kerry on the Roll of Honour.

HOW DUBLIN WON THE 28th ALL-IRELAND TITLE

Dublin 4-25 Wicklow 1-11 (Leinster quarter-final)
Dublin 2-25 Longford 0-12 (Leinster semi-final)
Dublin 1-25 Laois 0-10 (Leinster final)
Dublin 2-15 Donegal 0-16 (All-Ireland quarter-final – Phase 1)
Dublin 1-14 Tyrone 0-14 ((All-Ireland quarter-final – Phase 2)
Dublin 4-24 Roscommon 2-16 (All-Ireland quarter-final – Phase 3)
Dublin 1-24 Galway 2-12 (All-Ireland semi-final)
Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 1-14 (All-Ireland final)

2018: ALL-IRELAND AND PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
All-Ireland champions: Dublin
Runners-up: Tyrone
Connacht champions: Galway
Runners-up: Roscommon
Leinster champions: Dublin
Runners-up: Laois
Munster champions: Kerry
Runners-up: Cork
Ulster champions: Donegal
Runners-up: Fermanagh

GAA ALL-IRELAND SE ROLL OF HONOUR

37 – Kerry (1903-04-09-13-14-24-26-29-30-31-32-37-39-40-41-46-53-55-59-62-69-70-75 -78-79-80-81-84-85-86-97-2000-2004-2006-2007-2009-2014)
28 – Dublin (1891-92-94-97-98-99-1901-02-06-07-08-21-22-23-42-58-63-74-76-77-8395-2011-2013-2015-2016-2017-2018)
9 – Galway (1925-34-38-56-64-65-66-98-2001)
7 – Meath (1949-54-67-87-88-96-99)
7 – Cork (1890-1911-45-73-89-90-2010)
5 – Down (1960-61-68-91-94)
5 – Cavan (1933-35-47-48-52)
5- Wexford (1893-1915-16-17-18)
4 – Kildare (1905-19-27-28)
4- Tipperary (1889-95-1900-1920)
3 – Louth (1910-12-57)
3 – Mayo (1936-50-51)
3 – Offaly (1971-72-82)
3- Tyrone (2003-2005-2008)
2- Donegal (1992-2012)
2 – Limerick (1887-1896)
2 – Roscommon (1943-44)
1 – Armagh (2002)
1 – Derry (1993)

ALL IRELAND MINOR ROLL OF HONOUR

16 – Kerry (1931-32-33-46-50-62-63-75-80-88-94-2014-2015-2016-2018)
11 – Dublin (1930-45-54-55-56-58-59-79-82-84-2012)
10 – Cork (1961-67-68-69-72-74-81-91-93-2000)
8 – Tyrone (1947-48-73-98-2001-2004-2008-2010)
7 – Mayo (1935-53-66-71-78-85-2013)
6 – Galway (1952-60-70-76-86-2007)
4 – Derry (1965-83-89-2002) Down (1977-87-99-2005) – Roscommon (1939-41-51-2006) – Laois (1996-97-2003) – Meath (1957-90-92)
2 – Cavan (1937-38), Louth (1936-40) Armagh (1949-2009) Tipperary (1934-2011)
1 – Clare (1929) 1 – Offaly (1964) 1 – Westmeath (1995)

 

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