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1971

All-Ireland champions: Tipperary
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Limerick


Damien Martin (Offaly)
Tony Maher (Cork)
Pat Hartigan (Limerick)
Jim Treacy (Kilkenny)
Tadhg O’Connor (Tipperary)
Mick Roche (Tipperary)
Martin Coogan (Kilkenny)
John COnnolly (Galway)     Frank Cummins (Kilkenny)
Francis Loughnane (Tipperary)
Michael Keating (Tipperary)
Eddie Keher (Kilkenny)
Mick Bermingham (Dublin)
Ray Cummins (Cork)
Eamonn Cregan (Limerick)

Spread:
Tipperary, Kilkenny 4
Cork, Limerick 2
Offaly, Galway, Dublin 1

All-Ireland champions 4
League champions 2

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1972

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Cork
National League champions: Cork

Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
Tony Maher (Cork)
Pat Hartigan (Limerick)
Jim Treacy (Kilkenny)
Pat Lalor (Kilkenny)
Mick Jacob (Wexford)
Con Roche (Cork)
Denis Coughlan (Cork)     Frank Cummins (Kilkenny)
Francis Loughnane (Tipperary)
Pat Delaney (Kilkenny)
Eddie Keher (Kilkenny)
Charlie McCarthy (Cork)
Ray Cummins (Cork)
Eamon Cregan (Limerick)

Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Cork 5
Limerick 2
Wexford, Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 5

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1973

All-Ireland champions: Limerick
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Wexford


Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
Phil Larkin (Kilkenny)
Pat Hartigan (Limerick)
Jim O’Brien (Limerick)
Colm Doran (Wexford)
Pat Henderson (Kilkenny)
Sean Foley (Limerick)
Liam O’Brien (Kilkenny)     Richie Bennis (Limerick)
Francis Loughnane (Tipperary)
Pat Delaney (Kilkenny)
Eamon Grimes (Limerick)
Martin Quigley (Wexford)
Kieran Purcell (Kilkenny)
Eddie Keher (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Kilkenny 7
Limerick 5
Wexford 2
Tipperary 1
All-Ireland champions 5
League champions 2

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1974

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Limerick
National League champions: Cork

Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
Phil Larkin (Kilkenny)
Pat Hartigan (Limerick)
John Horgan (Cork)
Ger Loughnane (Clare)
Pat Henderson (Kilkenny)
Con Roche (Cork)
Liam O’Brien (Kilkenny)     John Galvin (Waterford)
Joe McKenna (Limerick)
Martin Quigley (Wexford)
Mick Crotty (Kilkenny)
John Quigley (Wexford)
Kieran Purcell (Kilkenny)
Eddie Keher (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Kilkenny 7
Limerick, Cork, Wexford 2
Waterford, Clare 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 2

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1975

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Galway


Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
Niall McInerney (Galway)
Pat Hartigan (Limerick)
Brian Cody (Kilkenny)
Tadhg O’Connor (Tipperary)
Sean Silke (Galway)
Iggy Clarke (Galway)
Liam O’Brien (Kilkenny)     Gerard McCarthy (Cork)
Martin Quigley (Wexford)
Joe McKenna (Limerick)
Eamon Grimes (Limerick)
Mick Brennan (Kilkenny)
Kieran Purcell (Kilkenny)
Eddie Keher (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Galway, Limerick 3
Tipperary, Cork, Wexford 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 3

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1976

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Wexford
National League champions: Kilkenny


Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
Phil Larkin (Kilkenny)
Willie Murphy (Wexford)
John McMahon (Clare)
Joe McDonagh (Galway)
Mick Jacob (Wexford)
Denis Coughlan (Cork)
Frank Burke (Galway)     Pat Moylan (Cork)
Michael Malone (Cork)
Martin Quigley (Wexford)
Jimmy Barry-Murphy (Cork)
Mick Brennan (Kilkenny)
Tony Doran (Wexford)
Sean O’Leary (Cork)

Spread:
Cork 5
Wexford 4
Kilkenny 3
Galway 2
Clare 1

All-Ireland champions 5
League champions 3

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1977

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Wexford
National League champions: Clare


Seamus Durack (Clare)
John McMahon (Clare)
Martin O’Doherty (Cork)
John Horgan (Cork)
Ger Loughnane (Clare)
Mick Jacob (Wexford)
Denis Coughlan (Cork)
Tom Cashman (Cork)     M Moroney (Clare)
Christy Keogh (Wexford)
Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork)
PJ Molloy (Galway)
Charlie McCarthy (Cork)
Ray Cummins (Cork)
Sean O’Leary (Cork)

Spread:
Cork 8
Clare 4
Wexford 2
Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 8
League champions 4

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1978

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Clare


Seamus Durack (Clare)
Phil Larkin (Kilkenny)
Martin O’Doherty (Cork)
John Horgan (Cork)
Joe Hennessy (Kilkenny)
Ger Henderson (Kilkenny)
Denis Coughlan (Cork)
Tom Cashman (Cork)     Iggy Clarke (Galway)
Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork)
Noel Casey (Clare)
Colm Honan (Clare)
Charlie McCarthy (Cork)
Joe McKenna (Limerick)
Tommy Butler (Tipperary)

Spread:
Cork 6
Kilkenny, Clare 3
Tipperary, Limerick, Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 3

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1979

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Tipperary


Pat McLoughney (Tipperary)
Brian Murphy (Cork)
Martin O’Doherty (Cork)
Tadhg O’Connor (Tipperary)
Dermot McCurtain (Cork)
Ger Henderson (Kilkenny)
Iggy Clarke (Galway)
John Connolly (Galway)     Joe Hennessy (Kilkenny)
John Callinan (Clare)
Frank Burke (Galway)
Liam O’Brien (Kilkenny)
Mick Brennan (Kilkenny)
Joe McKenna (Limerick)
Ned Buggy (Wexford)

Spread:
Kilkenny 4
Cork, Galway 3
Tipperary 2
Clare, Limerick, Wexford 1

All-Ireland champions 4
League champions 2

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1980

All-Ireland champions: Galway
Runners Up: Limerick
National League champions: Cork


Pat McLoughney (Tipperary)
Niall McInerney (Galway)
Leonard Enright (Limerick)
Jimmy Cooney (Galway)
Dermot McCurtain (Cork)
Sean Silke (Galway)
Iggy Clarke (Galway)
Joachim Kelly (Offaly)     Mossie Walsh (Waterford)
Joe Connolly (Galway)
Pat Horgan (Cork)
Pat Carroll (Offaly)
Bernie Forde (Galway)
Joe McKenna (Limerick)
Eamon Cregan (Limerick)

Spread:
Galway 6
Limerick 3
Cork, Offaly 2
Tipperary, Waterford 1

All-Ireland champions 4
League champions 2

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1981

All-Ireland champions: Offaly
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Cork


Seamus Durack (Clare)
Brian Murphy (Cork)
Leonard Enright (Limerick)
Jimmy Cooney (Galway)
Liam O’Donoghue (Limerick)
Sean Stack (Clare)
Ger Coughlan (Offaly)
Steve Mahon (Galway)      Liam Currams (Offaly)
John Cullinan (Clare)
George O’Connor (Wexford)
Mark Corrigan (Offaly)
Pat Carroll (Offaly)
Joe McKenna (Limerick)
John Flaherty (Offaly)

Spread:
Offaly 5
Clare, Limerick 3
Galway 2
Cork, Wexford 1

All-Ireland champions 5
League champions 1

 

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1982

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Cork
National League champions: Kilkenny


Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
John Galvin (Waterford)
Brian Cody (Kilkenny)
Pat Fleury (Offaly)
Aidan Fogarty (Offaly)
Ger Henderson (Kilkenny)
Paddy Prendergast (Kilkenny)
Tim Crowley (Cork)     Frank Cummins (Kilkenny)
Tony O’Sullivan (Cork)
Pat Horgan (Cork)
Richie Power (Kilkenny)
Billy Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny)
Christy Heffernan (Kilkenny)
Jim Greene (Waterford)

Spread:
Kilkenny 8
Cork 3
Waterford, Offaly 2

All-Ireland champions 8
League champions 8

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1983

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Cork
National League champions: Kilkenny


Noel Skehan (Kilkenny)
John Henderson (Kilkenny)
Leonard Enright (Limerick)
Dick O’Hara (Kilkenny)
Joe Hennessy (Kilkenny)
Ger Henderson (Kilkenny)
Tom Cashman (Cork)
John Fenton (Cork)     Frank Cummins (Kilkenny)
Nicky English (Tipperary)
Ger Fennelly (Kilkenny)
Noel Lane (Galway)
Billy Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny)
Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork)
Liam Fennelly (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Kilkenny 9
Cork 3
Limerick, Tipperary, Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 9
League champions 9

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1984

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Offaly
National League champions: Limerick


Ger Cunningham (Cork)
Paudie Fitzmaurice (Limerick)
Eugene Coughlan (Offaly)
Pat Fleury (Offaly)
Joe Hennessy (Kilkenny)
John Crowley (Cork)
Dermot McCurtain (Cork)
John Fenton (Cork)     Joachim Kelly (Offaly)
Nicky English (Tipperary)
Kieran Brennan (Kilkenny)
Paddy Kelly (Limerick)
Tomás Mulcahy (Cork)
Noel Lane (Galway)
Sean O’Leary (Cork)

Spread:
Cork 6
Offaly 3
Limerick, Kilkenny 2
Tipperary, Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 2

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1985

All-Ireland champions: Offaly
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Limerick


Ger Cunningham (Cork)
Seamus Coen (Galway)
Eugene Coughlan (Offaly)
Sylvie Linnane (Galway)
Peter Finnerty (Galway)
Pat Delaney (Offaly)
Ger Coughlan (Offaly)
John Fenton (Cork)      Pat Critchley (Laois)
Nicky English (Tipperary)
Brendan Lynskey (Galway)
Joe Cooney (Galway)
Pat Cleary (Offaly)
Padraic Horan (Offaly)
Liam Fennelly (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Offaly, Galway 5
Cork 2
Tipperary, Kilkenny, Laois 1

All-Ireland champions 5
League champions 0

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1986

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Kilkenny


Ger Cunningham (Cork)
Denis Mulcahy (Cork)
Conor Hayes (Galway)
Sylvie Linnane (Galway)
Peter Finnerty (Galway)
Tony Keady (Galway)
Bobby Ryan (Tipperary)
John Fenton (Cork)     Richie Power (Kilkenny)
Tony O’Sullivan (Cork)
Tomás Mulcahy (Cork)
Joe Cooney (Galway)
David Kilcoyne (Westmeath)
Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork)
Kevin Hennessy (Cork)

Spread:
Cork 7
Galway 5
Tipperary, Kilkenny, Westmeath 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 1

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1987

All-Ireland champions: Galway
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Galway


Ken Hogan (Tipperary)
Joe Hennessy (Kilkenny)
Conor Hayes (Galway)
Ollie Kilkenny (Galway)
Peter Finnerty (Galway)
Ger Henderson (Kilkenny)
John Conran (Wexford)
Steve Mahon (Galway)     John Fenton (Cork)
Martin McGrath (Galway)
Joe Cooney (Galway)
Aidan Ryan (Tipperary)
Pat Fox (Tipperary)
Nicky English (Tipperary)
Liam Fennelly (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Galway 6
Tipperary 4
Kilkenny 3
WEexford, Cork 1
All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 6

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1988

All-Ireland champions: Galway
Runners Up: Tipperary
National League champions: Tipperary


John Cummins (Galway)
Sylvie Linnane (Galway)
Conor Hayes (Galway)
Martin Hanamy (Offaly)
Peter Finnerty (Galway)
Tony Keady (Galway)
Bobby Ryan (Tipperary)
Colm Bonner (Tipperary)     George O’Connor (Wexford)
Declan Ryan (Tipperary)
Ciaran Barr (Antrim)
Martin Naughton (Galway)
Martin McGrath (Galway)
Nicky English (Tipperary)
Tony O’Sullivan (Cork)

Spread:
Galway 7
Tipperary 4
Offaly, Wexford, Antrim, Cork 1

All-Ireland champions
League champions

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1989

All-Ireland champions: Tipperary
Runners Up: Antrim
National League champions: Galway


John Commins (Galway)
Aidan Fogarty (Offaly)
Eamon Cleary (Wexford)
Dessie Donnelly (Antrim)
Conal Bonner (Tipperary)
Bobby Ryan (Tipperary)
Sean Treacy (Galway)
Michael Coleman (Galway)     Declan Carr (Tipperary)
Eanna Ryan (Galway)
Joe Cooney (Galway)
Olcan McFetridge (Antrim)
Pat Fox (Tipperary)
Cormac Bonner (Tipperary)
Nicky English (Tipperary)

Spread:
Tipperary 6
Galway 5
Antrim 2
Offaly, Wexford 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 5

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1990

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Kilkenny


Ger Cunningham (Cork)
John Considine (Cork)
Noel Sheehy (Tipperary)
Sean O Gorman (Cork)
Peter Finnerty (Galway)
Jim Cashman (Cork)
Liam Dunne (Wexford)
Michael Coleman (Galway)     Johnny Pilkington (Offaly)
Michael Cleary (Tipperary)
Joe Cooney (Galway)
Tony O’Sullivan (Cork)
Eamon Morrissey (Kilkenny)
Brian McMahon (Dublin)
John Fitzgibbon (Cork)

Spread:
Cork 6
Galway 3
Tipperary 2
Wexfore, Offaly, Kilkenny, Dublin 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 1

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1991

All-Ireland champions: Tipperary
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Offaly


Michael Walsh (Kilkenny)
Paul Delaney (Tipperary)
Noel Sheehy (Tipperary)
Sean Treacy (Galway)
Conal Bonner (Tipperary)
Jim Cashman (Cork)
Chris Casey (Cork)
Terence McNaughton (Antrim)     John Leahy (Tipperary)
Michael Cleary (Tipperary)
Gary Kirby (Limerick)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
Pat Fox (Tipperary)
Cormac Bonner (Tipperary)
John Fitzgibbon (Cork)

Spread:
Tipperary 7
Cork 3
Kilkenny 2
Galway, Limerick, Antrim 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 0

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1992

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Cork


Michael Walsh (Kilkenny)
Eddie O’Connor (Kilkenny)
Sean O’Gorman (Cork)
Liam Simpson (Kilkenny)
Liam Dunne (Wexford)
Pat O’Neill (Kilkenny)
Padraig Kelly (Galway)
Pat Malone (Galway)     Paul McKillen (Antrim)
Martin Storey (Wexford)
John Power (Kilkenny)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
Michael Cleary (Tipperary)
Joe Rabbitte (Galway)
Barry Egan (Cork)

Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Galway 3
Cork, Wexford 2
Antrim, Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 2

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1993

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Cork


Michael Walsh (Kilkenny)
Eddie O’Connor (Kilkenny)
Sean O’Gorman (Cork)
Liam Simpson (Kilkenny)
Liam Dunne (Wexford)
Pat O’Neill (Kilkenny)
Padraig Kelly (Galway)
Pat Malone (Galway)     Paul McKillen (Antrim)
Martin Storey (Wexford)
John Power (Kilkenny)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
Michael Cleary (Tipperary)
Joe Rabbitte (Galway)
Barry Egan (Cork)

Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Galway 3
Cork, Wexford 2
Antrim, Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 2

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1994

All-Ireland champions: Offaly
Runners Up: Limerick
National League champions: Tipperary


Joe Quaid (Limerick)
Anthony Daly (Clare)
Kevin Kinahan (Offaly)
Martin Hanamy (Offaly)
Dave Clarke (Limerick)
Hubert Rigney (Offaly)
Kevin Martin (Offaly)
Mike Houlihan (Limerick)     Ciaran Carey (Limerick)
Johnny Dooley (Offaly)
Gary Kirby (Limerick)
John Leahy (Tipperary)
Billy Dooley (Offaly)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
Damien Quigley (Limerick)

Spread:
Offaly, Limerick 6
Clare, Tipperary, Kilkenny 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 1

 

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1995

All-Ireland champions: Clare
Runners Up: Offaly
National League champions: Kilkenny


Davey Fitzgerald (Clare)
Kevin Kinahan (Offaly)
Brian Lohan (Clare)
Liam Doyle (Clare)
Brian Whelahan (Offaly)
Sean McMahon (Clare)
Anthony Daly (Clare)
Michael Coleman (Galway)     Ollie Baker (Clare)
Johnny Dooley (Offaly)
Gary Kirby (Limerick)
Jamesie O’Connor (Clare)
Billy Dooley (Offaly)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
Ger O’Loughlin (Clare)

Spread:
Clare 8
Offaly 4
Galway, Limerick, Kilkenny 1

All-Ireland champions 8
League champions 1

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1996

All-Ireland champions: Wexford
Runners Up: Limerick
National League champions: Galway


Joe Quaid (Limerick)
Tom Helebert (Galway)
Brian Lohan (Clare)
Larry O’Gorman (Wexford)
Liam Dunne (Wexford)
Ciaran Carey (Limerick)
Mark Foley (Limerick)
Adrian Fenlon (Wexford)     Mike Houlihan (Limerick)
Rory McCarthy (Wexford)
Martin Storey (Wexford)
Larry Murphy (Wexford)
Liam Cahill (Tipperary)
Gary Kirby (Limerick)
Tom Dempsey (Wexford)

Spread:
Wexford 7
Limerick 5
Galway, Clare, Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 1

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1997

All-Ireland champions: Clare
Runners Up: Tipperary
National League champions: Limerick


Damien Fitzhenry (Wexford)
Paul Shelley (Tipperary)
Brian Lohan (Clare)
Willie O’Connor (Kilkenny)
Liam Doyle (Clare)
Sean McMahon (Clare)
Liam Keoghan (Kilkenny)
Colin Lynch (Clare)     Tommy Dunne (Tippeary)
Jamesie O’Connor (Clare)
Declan Ryan (Tipperary)
John Leahy (Tipperary)
Kevin Broderick (Galway)
Ger O’Loughlin (Clare)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Clare 6
Tipperary 4
Kilkenny 3
Wexford, Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 0

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1998

All-Ireland champions: Offaly
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Cork


Stephen Byrne (Offaly)
Willie O’Connor (Kilkenny)
Kevin Kinahan (Offaly)
Martin Hanamy (Offaly)
Anthony Daly (Clare)
Sean McMahon (Clare)
Kevin Martin (Offaly)
Tony Browne (Waterford)     Ollie Baker (Clare)
Michael Duignan (Offaly)
Martin Storey (Wexford)
Jamesie O’Connor (Clare)
Joe Dooley (Offaly)
Brian Whelahan (Offaly)
Charlie Carter (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Offaly 7
Clare 4
Kilkenny 2
Waterford, Wexford 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 0

 

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1999

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Kilkenny
National League champions: Tipperary


Donal Og Cusack (Cork)
Fergal Ryan (Cork)
Diarmuid O’Sullivan (Cork)
Frank Lohan (Clare)
Brian Whelehan (Offaly)
Brian Corcoran (Cork)
Peter Barry (Kilkenny)
Andy Comerford (Kilkenny)     Tommy Dunne (Tipperary)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
John Troy (Offaly)
Brian McEvoy (Kilkenny)
Sean McGrath (Cork)
Joe Deane (Cork)
Niall Gilligan (Clare)

Spread:
Cork 6
Kilkenny 4
Clare, Offaly 2
Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 1

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2000

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Offaly
National League champions: Galway


Brendan Cummins (Tipperary)
Noel Hickey (Kilkenny)
Diarmuid O’Sullivan (Cork)
Willie O’Connor (Kilkenny)
John Carroll (Tipperary)
Eamonn Kennedy (Kilkenny)
Peter Barry (Kilkenny)
Johnnny Dooley (Offaly)     Andy Comerford (Kilkenny)
Denis Byrne (Kilkenny)
Joe Rabbitte (Galway)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Charlie Carter (Kilkenny)
DJ Carey (Kilkenny)
Joe Deane (Cork)

Spread:
Kilkenny 9
Cork, Tipperary 2
Offaly, Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 8
League champions

 

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2001

All-Ireland champions: Tipperary
Runners Up: Galway
National League champions: Tipperary


Brendan Cummins (Tipperary)
Darragh Ryan (Wexford)
Philip Maher (Tipperary)
Ollie Canning (Galway)
Eamonn Corcoran (Tipperary)
Liam Hodgins (Galway)
Mark Foley (Limerick)
Tommy Dunne (Tipperary)      Eddie Enright (Tipperary)
Mark O’Leary (Tipperary)
Jamesie O’Connor (Clare)
Kevin Broderick (Galway)
Charlie Charter (Kilkenny)
Eugene Cloonan (Galway)
Eoin Kelly (Tipperary)

Spread:
Tipperary 7
Galway 4
Wexford, Clare, Kilkenny, Limerick 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 7

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2002

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Clare
Leinster Champions: Kilkenny
Munster Champions: Waterford
Ulster Champions: Antrim
National League champions: Kilkenny


David Fitzgerald (Clare)
Michael Kavanagh (Kilkenny)
Brian Lohan (Clare)
Philly Larkin (Kilkenny)
Fergal Hartley (Waterford)
Peter Barry (Kilkenny)
Paul Kelly (Tipperary)
Colin Lynch (Clare)      Derek Lyng (Kilkenny)
Eoin Kelly (Waterford)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Ken McGrath (Waterford)
Eoin Kelly (Tipperary)
Martin Comerford (Kilk)
D.J. Carey (Kilkenny)

Spread:
Kilkenny 7
Clare 3
Waterford 3
Tipperary 2

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 7

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2003

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Cork
Leinster Champions: Kilkenny
Munster Champions: Cork
Ulster Champions: Antrim
National League champions: Kilkenny


Brendan Cummins (Tipperary)
Michael Kavanagh (Kilkenny)
Noel Hickey (Kilkenny)
Ollie Canning (Galway)
Sean Og O hAilpin (Cork)
Ronan Curran (Cork)
J.J. Delaney (Kilkenny)
Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)      Derek Lyng (Kilkenny)
John Mullane (Waterford)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Eddie Brennan (Kilkenny)
Setanta O hAilpin (Cork)
Martin Comerford (Kilkenny)
Joe Deane (Cork)

Spread:
Kilkenny 8
Cork 4
Galway, Tipperary, Waterford 1

All-Ireland champions 8
League champions 8

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2004

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Kilkenny
Leinster champions: Wexford
Munster champions: Waterford
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Galway

Damien Fitzhenry (Wexford)
Wayne Sherlock (Cork)
Diarmuid O’Sullivan (Cork)
Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)
JJ Delaney (Kilkenny)
Ronan Curran (Cork)
Sean Og O hAilpin (Cork)
Ken McGrath (Waterford) Jerry O’Connor (Cork)
Dan Shanahan (Waterford)
Niall McCarthy (Cork)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Eoin Kelly (Tipperary)
Brian Corcoran (Cork)
Paul Flynn (Waterford)


Spread:
Cork 7
Kilkenny, Waterford 3
Wexford, Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 7
League champions 0

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2005

All-Ireland champions: Cork
Runners Up: Galway
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Cork
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Kilkenny


Davy Fitzgerald (Clare)
Pat Mulcahy (Cork)
Diarmuid O’Sullivan (Cork)
Ollie Canning (Galway)
Derek Hardiman (Galway)
John Gardiner (Cork)
Sean Og O hAilpin (Cork)
Jerry O’Connor (Cork) Paul Kelly (Tipperary)
Ben O’Connor (Cork)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)
Ger Farragher (Galway)
Eoin Kelly (Tipperary)
Damien Hayes (Galway)


Spread:
Cork 6,
Galway 4,
Tipperary, Kilkenny 2,
Clare 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 2

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2006

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Cork
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Cork
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Kilkenny


Donal Og Cusack (Cork)
Eoin Murphy (Waterford)
JJ Delaney (Kilkenny)
Brian Murphy (Cork)
Tony Browne (Waterford)
Ronan Curran (Cork)
Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)
Jerry O'Connor (Cork) James 'Cha' Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny)
Dan Shanahan (Waterford)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Eddie Brennan (Kilkenny)
Eoin Kelly (Tipperary)
Martin Comerford (Kilkenny)
Tony Griffin (Clare)


Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Cork 4
Waterford 3
Tipperary, Clare 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 6

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2007

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Limerick
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Waterford
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Waterford


Brian Murray (Limerick)
Michael Kavanagh (Kilkenny)
Declan Fanning (Tipperary)
Jackie Tyrrell (Kilkenny)
Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)
Ken McGrath (Waterford)
Tony Browne (Waterford)
Michael Walsh (Waterford) James Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny)
Dan Shanahan (Waterford)
Ollie Moran (Limerick)
Stephen Molumphy (Waterford)
Andrew O'Shaughnessy (Limerick)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
Eddie Brennan (Kilkenny)


Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Waterford 5
Limerick 3
Tipperary 1

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 5

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2008

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Waterford
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Tipperary
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Tipperary


B Cummins (Tipperary)
M Kavanagh (Kilkenny)
N Hickey (Kilkenny)
J Tyrell (Kilkenny)
T Walsh (Kilkenny)
C O'Mahony (Tipperary)
J.J. Delaney (Kilkenny)
J Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny) S McGrath (Tipperary)
B O'Connor (Cork)
H Shefflin (Kilkenny)
E Larkin (Kilkenny)
E Brennan (Kilkenny)
E Kelly (Waterford)
J Canning (Galway)


Spread:
Kilkenny 9
Tipperary 3
Waterford 1
Cork 1
Galway 1

All-Ireland champions 9
League champions 3

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2009

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Tipperary
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Tipperary
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Kilkenny


PJ Ryan (Kilkenny)
O Canning (Galway)
P Maher (Tipperary)
J Tyrell (Kilkenny)
T Walsh (Kilkenny)
M Walsh (Waterford)
C O'Mahony (Tipperary)
M Rice (Kilkenny) A McCrabbe (Dublin)
L Corbett (Tipperary)
H Shefflin (Kilkenny)
E Larkin (Kilkenny)
Noel McGrath (Tipperary)
J Canning (Galway)
J Mullane (Waterford)


Spread:
Kilkenny 6
Tipperary 4
Waterford 2
Galway 2
Dublin 1


All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 6

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2010

All-Ireland champions: Tipperary
Runners Up: Kilkenny
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Waterford
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Galway 


B Cummins (Tipperary)
J Tyrell (Kilkenny)
N Connors (Waterford)
P Curran (Tipperary)
T Walsh (Kilkenny)
JJ Delaney (Kilkenny)
M Walsh (Waterford)
M Fennelly (Kilkenny) B Maher (Tipperary)
N McGrath (Tipperary)
D Hayes (Galway)
L Corbett (Tipperary)
J Mullane (Waterford)
E Kelly (Tipperary)
R Power (Kilkenny)Ê


Spread:
Tipperary 6
Kilkenny 5
Waterford 3
Galway 1 

All-Ireland champions 6
League champions 1

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2011

All-Ireland champions: Kilkenny
Runners Up: Tipperary
Leinster champions: Kilkenny
Munster champions: Tipperary
Ulster champions: Antrim
National League champions: Dublin 


Gary Maguire (Dublin)
Paul Murphy (Kilkenny)
Paul Curran (Tipperary)
Michael Cahill (Tipperary)
Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)
Brian Hogan (Kilkenny)
P‡draic Maher (Tipperary)
Liam Rushe (Dublin) Michael Fennelly (Kilkenny)
Michael Rice (Kilkenny)
Richie Power (Kilkenny)
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny)
John Mullane (Waterford)
Lar Corbett (Tipperary)
Richie Hogan (Kilkenny)


Spread:
Kilkenny 8
Tipperary 4
Dublin 2
Waterford 1

All-Ireland champions 8
League champions 2

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