The Camogie Association

Liberty Championship 2017

Roll of Honour

Schools & Colleges

Schools Roll of Honour

Corn Sceilge: All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Senior A Championship

The cup commemorates the late Sean O Ceallaigh (“Sceilg”) who was one of the members of the Keating Branch of the Gaelic League that founded the Camogie Association in 1904. The shape of the cup is on the lines of the Ardagh Chalice.
 
Year: Winners
1969: Presentation, Kilkenny
1970: Presentation, Kilkenny
1971: Sacred Heart, Newry
1972: Presentation, Oranmore
1973: Presentation, Mountmellick
1974: Presentation, Athenry
1975: Presentation, Athenry
1976: St. Aloysius, Cork
1977: Scoil Mhuire, Cashel
1978: Presentation, Athenry
1979: Scoil Mhuire, Cashel
1980: North Pres, Cork
1981: St. Patrick’s, Cork
1982: St. Patrick’s, Shannon
1983: St. John of God, Artane.
1984: Maryfield College, Dublin
1985: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1986: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1987: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1988: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1989: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1990: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1991: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1992: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1993: St. Brigid’s, Callan
1994: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
1995; Presentation, Kilkenny
1996: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1997: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1998: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1999: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2000: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
2001: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2002: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2003: Colaiste Bríde, Enniscorthy
2004: Colaiste Bríde, Enniscorthy
2005: Colaiste Bríde, Enniscorthy
2006: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2007: St. Mary’s Magherafelt
2008: St. Brigid’s, Callan
2009: St. Brigid’s, Callan
2010: Loreto, Kilkenny
2011: Loreto, Kilkenny
2012: Loreto, Kilkenny
2013: Loreto, Kilkenny
2014: Presentation, Kilkenny
2015: Seamount, Kinvara
2016: St. Brigids, Loughrea
2017: Loreto College, Kilkenny
 
Mary Moran Cup: All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Senior B Championship
 
Mary Moran, Secretary to All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Council 1969-2001 and President of All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Council 2001-2005, donated the cup.
 
Year: Winners
1999: Sacred Heart, Clonakilty
2000: St. Patrick’s, Shannon
2001: St. Brigid’s, Callan
2002: Mercy, Waterford
2003: Coachford Community, Co. Cork
2004: St. Rynagh’s, Banagher
2005: Mercy, Woodford
2006: St. Fergal’s, Rathdowney
2007: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
2008: Christ The King, Cork
2009: Blackwater C. S., Lismore
2010: Col. Colm, Ballincollig
2011; Grennan College, Thomastown
2012: Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy
2013: St. Mary's, New Ross 
2014: Our Lady's, Templemore
2015: Gorey Community College, Gorey
2016: Scoil na Trionaide, Doon
2017: St. Josephs, Rochfortbridge
 
Corn Naomh Gobnait: All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Junior A Championship
 
Allied Irish Banks donated the cup. Naomh Gobnait is associated with the Cork Gaeltacht of Ballyvourney.
 
Year: Winners
1974: Presentation, Athenry
1975: Scoil Mhuire, Cashel
1976: Presentation, Athenry
1977: Presentation, Athenry
1978: Scoil Mhuire, Cashel
1979: Mercy, Roscommon
1980: Maryfield College, Dublin
1981: St. John of God, Artane
1982: Maryfield College, Dublin
1983: Mercy, Roscommon
1984: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1985: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1986: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1987: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1988: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1989: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1990: St. Brigid’s, Callan
1991: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
1992: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
1993: F.C.J. Bunclody
1994: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1995: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1996: St. Mary’s, Magherafelt
1997: Holy Rosary, Mountbellew
1998: Seamount, Kinvara
1999: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2000: Colaiste Bríde, Enniscorthy
2001: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2002: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2003: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2004: Colaiste Bríde, Enniscorthy
2005: Presentation, Athenry
2006: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2007: Loreto, Kilkenny
2008: Cross & Passion, Ballycastle
2009: Loreto, Kilkenny
2010: Loreto, Kilkenny
2011: Loreto, Kilkenny
2012: Loreto, Kilkenny
2013: Loreto, Kilkenny
2014: St. Brendan's, Birr
2015: Loreto, Kilkenny
2016: Loreto, Kilkenny
2017: Loreto, Kilkenny
 
All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Junior B Championship
 
Year: Winners
1999: Colaiste Muire, Ennis
2000: Presentation, Kilkenny
2001: Mercy, Woodford
2002: Loreto, Fermoy
2003: St. Fergal’s, Rathdowney
2004: Scarriff Community
2005: Colaiste Muire, Ennis
2006: Borris V.S., Carlow
2007: Coachford C. S., Co. Cork
2008: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
2009: St. Joseph’s, Borrisokane
2010: St. Flannan’s, Ennis
2011: Presentation, Thurles
2012: St. Mary's, New Ross
2013: Castlecomer Community School
2014: Coláister Dun Iascaigh, Cahir
2015: St. Joseph's, Tulla
2016: Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig
2017: St. Angelas Ursuline, Waterford
 
Corn Una: All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Sevens
 
The Purcell family donated the cup in memory of their mother, Agnes Purcell.
 
Year: Winners
1976: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1977: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1978: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1979: Scoil Mhuire, Cashel
1980: St. Raphael’s, Loughrea
1981: St. Mary’s, Nenagh
1982: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1983: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1984: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1985: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1986: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1987: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1988: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1989: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1990: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1991: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1992: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1993: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1994: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1995: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1996: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1997: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1998: St. Mary’s, Charleville
1999: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2000: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2001: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2002: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2003: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2004: St. Mary’s, Charleville
2005: St. Mary’s, Charleville
 
(Competition altered from May to September.)
 
2006: Loreto, Kilkenny
2007: Loreto, Kilkenny
2008: Loreto, Kilkenny
2009: Loreto, Kilkenny
2010: Loreto, Kilkenny
2011: Castlecomer Comm.