Longford got their hands on the Kehoe Cup for the first time in their history following a minimum margin victory over Wicklow at Glennon Bros Pearse Park today.
Played in difficult conditions, the Midlanders took the spoils on a scoreline of 0-11 to 0-10.
The Seamus Murphy managed Garden County enjoyed an 0-8 to 0-5 cushion at the midway point but they were outscored by six points to two after the resumption.
Their cause wasn't helped by James Cranley's sending-off while Eoin McCormack had a goal disallowed five minutes from time.
Longford - C Gallagher; A Sheridan, G Moore, P Corcoran; K Murray, B Hanley, S Hannon; J O'Brien (0-4), P Walsh (0-1); P Barden, S Stakelum, D Duggan (0-1); D Connell, C Mullane (0-4, 2f), J Leonard. Subs: J Casey (0-1) for P Barden, R Murray for J Leonard, PJ Masterson for S Stakelum, J Leonard for S Hannon, S Stakelum for A Sheridan.
Wicklow - C McNally; D Maloney, B Cuddihy, P Keane; J Connors (0-1'65), J Henderson, P O'Brien; D Staunton, J Doyle; E McCormack (0-1), G Connors, L Evans (0-1); C Moorehouse (0-3, 2f), G O'Brien (0-2), J Cranley (0-2). Subs: M Connors for L Evans, E Kearns for G Connors.
Referee - J Kennedy.